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Old 10-16-2011, 12:04 PM   #1

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Default Some details from the life of Shaykh Rahamkar kaka saab rh
Shaykh Rahamkar Kaka
An Uwaisi wali of Pukhtoonkhwa
Hadrat Shaykh was born on 30 Sha‟ban/1 Ramadan 981 A.H. It was the twentieth year of King Akbar‟s rise to the throne. He was named 'Kasteer', which is a yellow flower in Pukhtoonkhwa known for its strong fragrance. His father lived in the village Kanra Khel in the hills of Cherat, in the area of the Khattak tribes, and that is where the Shaykh was born.
The Shaykh was born to a Sayyid family. Tasawwuf was in the family for generations. Before going into the biography of Shaykh we will briefly discuss his ancestors. His family tree is as follows: Sayyid Kasteer ibn Sayyid Bahadar ibn Sayyid Nadir ibn Sayyid Ghalib ibn Sayyid Adam ibn Sayyid Yaseen ibn Sayyid Hasan (known as Muhabbat Baba) ibn Sayyid Baqir ibn Sayyid Mahmood Ata ibn Sayyid Ahmad Ata ibn Sayyid Saif ad-Din ibn Sayyid Sa'ad ad-Din ibn Sayyid Ali Akbar ibn Sayyid Muhammad ibn Sayyid Ali ibn Sayyid Husain (known as Sayyid Qaaf Baba) ibn Sayyid ar-Rijal Fatih ibn Sayyid Ali Khatem ibn Imam Ismail ibn Imam Ja‟far as-Sadiq ibn Imam Baqir ibn Imam Zain al-Abideen ibn Imam Husain (radiyallahu „anhu) ibn „Ali al Murtada (radiyallahu „anhu).
Imam Ali Khatim was the second son of Imam Ismail, and was born in al-Madinah al-Munawwarah in 142 AH, and passed away in Qaen in 225 AH.
Sayyid Hasan (known as Sayyid ar-Rijal and Sayyid Fatih) was the first son of Imam Ali Khatim, and was born in 203 AH. His title was Fatih,; historically he is known as Sayyid Abu Ali Hasan ibn Ali al-Atrush. He remained Amir of Tabristan for 2 years , then left Amarah and devoted his time to Tabligh. He also used to teach Fiqh and Hadith.
Sayyid Husain (Sayyid Qaaf) spend most of his life in Tabligh of the Din and spreading of spiritual blessings in Tabristan. He lived from 255 AH to 311AH.
Sayyid Ali ibn Sayyid Qaaf lived in Pasheen. He was said to be amongst the Ahl al-khidmah awliya. He finished memorizing the Qur‟an by the age of 10 and finished his religious education by age 25. He is known to be a khalifa of Khwaja Muhammad ibn Abi Ahmad Abdal Chishti.
Sayyid Luqman ibn Sayyid Ali was known as a well-versed scholar and was gifted exceptional intelligence; he was therefore called Luqman, though his actual name was Muhammad.
Sayyid Akbar ibn Sayyid Luqman received his initial education from Shaykh al-Islam Abdullah Ansari. Though not proven, it is in some handwritten books that he got his spiritual training from Imam Ghazali. His son was Sa‟ad ad-Din. Not much is known about him except that he lived between 551 AH to 627 AH. His son, Sayyid Sayf ad-Dun, was more inclined towards Tariqah. His first shaykh was Shaykh Baha‟ ad-Din Balakhi, and he used to remain with his shaykh most of the time, and even performed Hajj along with his shaykh. On the return journey his shaykh passed away in Qaweena. After the death of his shaykh, he went into service of Shaykh Shihab ad-Din Suharwardi and received khilafah from him. He then returned home, spreading his blessings far and wide. Sayyid Ahmad Ata was the son of Shaykh Saif ad-Din. His silsila of Tariqa is Ata (a word similar in meaning to “baba” in the Turkish language). The founder of this silsila was Shaykh Ahmad Ali Yaswi. Apparently, it was a branch of the Naqshbandi silsila of Shaykh Yusuf Hamdani. The name of the Shaykh of Sayyid Ahma Ata was Shaykh Zangi Ata. Sayyid Mahmud Ata ibn Sayyid Ahmad Ata could not spread the silsila of his father because he was a majzoob (spiritually overwhelmed) saint. He passed away when he was only 53 years of age.
Sayyid Baqir was sent by his father Sayyid Mahmud Ata for spiritual training to Shaykh Safi ad-Din Urdbeli. After his passing away, Sayyid Baqir went to the service of Shaykh Naseer ad-Din Chiragh Dehlawi. His grave is in Ghazni. He was said to be one of the Abdal.
Sayyid Husain (Muhabbat Baba) received his education from Khwaja Amad Faqih and then went for spiritual training in the service of Khwaja Baha‟ ad-Din Naqshbandi. He passed away young at the age of 38.
Sayyid Yasin Baba, as per the tradition of his father, went in service of Khwaja Baha‟ ad-Din Naqshbandi,but while he was staying with Khwaja Baha‟ ad-Din Naqshbandi, he met Shaykh Jahangir Samnani, who had come to meet Khwaja Baha‟ ad-Din Naqshbandi. Such a wondrous chemical reaction took place between Sayyid Yasin and Khwaja Samnani that when Khwaja Samnani was leaving, Sayyid Yasin took permission from his shaykh and joined Shaykh Samnani, and he spent his life with him until Shaykh Samnani passed away. He then returned to Terah to join Sadate Hani living in that area.
Sayyid Adam received his external religious education from Sayyid Qasim Anwar Tabrezi, and after that he received spiritual training from Shaykh Nur ad-Din Bengali. After his murshid passed away, he returned back to Teerah and started preaching. His grave is in Karbogha Sharif.
Sayyid Ghalib, after his initial education, went in the service of Khwaja Ubaidullah Ahrar for spiritual training. When Khwaja Ahrar passed away, Sayyid Ghalib was 47 years old. He departed for India, and for further spiritual training, he became bay’ah to Shaykh Sama‟ ad-Din Dehlawi, who was a shaykh of the Suharwardia silsila. Sayyid Ghalib also married in the family of Haji Abdul Wahhab Bukhari Suhurwardi. During his stay in India, Hani Sadat had shifted from Teerah to Neelab, so Sayyid Ghalib returned to Neelab and stayed there until his death. That is also where his grave is still present.
Sayyid Nadir, the grandfather of Shaykh Rahamkar, was born in Dehli. His father, Sayyid Ghalib, passed away when he was only 6 years old. After his death, Sayyid Nadir‟s mother took him back from Neelab to Dehli, where his guardian was none other than Shaykh Abdul Wahhab Suharwardi (his maternal grandfather). Sayyid Nadir never needed to look elsewhere for spiritual training during the life of Shaykh Abdul Wahhab, but after his death, Sayyid Nadir went to gain more blessings from the well-known Chishti shaykh, Qutb al-„Alam Shaykh „Abd al-Quddus Gangohi. He received khilafa from Shaykh „Abd al-Quddus Gangohi and according to some handwritten books, he became his son-in-law too (and Allah knows best). After the passing away of Shaykh „Abd al-Quddus Gangohi, he returned home. His nisbah was that of Jazb, mast, and fana' which is so typical of the Chishti mashayikh, and that is why he is still known as "Mast baba.”
Sayyid Bahadur, the father of Shaykh Rahamkar Kaka, was born in Dehli in 941AH.He was considered a Qutub of his time. He received his spiritual training from his own father. Some books also mention his relations with Sayyid Ghous Gawaliari, but no details are available.
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