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Hadhrat Abul Khair Syed Rahmatullah Shah Naqshbandi Mujaddidi Qadri (May Allah shower His Mercy on him)

Hadhrat Abul Khair Syed Rahmatullah Shah Naqshbandi Mujaddidi Qadri

(May Allah shower His Mercy on him)

A’arif Billah Faize Darajat Hadhrat Abul Khair Syed Rahmatullah Shah Naqshbandi Mujaddidi Qadri (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) belonged to a scholarly and spiritual family of Hyderabad. He was the son and the caliph of A’arif Billah Abul Hasanaat Hadhrat Syed Abdullah Shah Sahab Naqshbandi Mujaddidi Qadri Muhaddith-e-Deccan (May Allah shower His Mercy on him).

Almighty Allah had granted him both the sciences of the Shariah and the sciences of Islamic spirituality (Tariqah). He was the very embodiment of blessings and not only the people of Deccan, but millions of people from all over the country and all over the world derived benefit and blessings from him.

Hadhrat Abul Khair (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) led a model life. His life and daily schedule was the practical explanation of the Holy Quran and the Sunnah. He was so meticulous about following the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) that whether at home or when in a journey, he would miss no Sunnah. He would always be busy in the remembrance of Allah Most High.

The person who remembers Allah Most High profusely and turns his (or her) heart towards Allah Most High and relies on Him in every affair, then Allah Most High grants that person the success of this world and the hereafter. When the remembrance of Allah Most High is ensconced in the heart, the heart becomes a center of divine inspirations. It is mentioned in Surah Muzzammil:

And continue remembering the Name of your Lord, devoted completely to Him alone (in your heart and soul), broken away from everyone else. He is the Lord of the east and the west. There is no God but He. So take Him alone as (your) Guardian. Surah Muzzammil (73:8, 9)

The life of the Hadhrat Abul Khair (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) was the living image of the aforementioned verses of the Holy Quran. His relationship with Allah Most High was so deep that when he would take the name of the Lord Almighty, his eyes would shed tears and would express humility before the Lord Almighty.

In spite of being accomplished in the normative sciences and being a great saint of Almighty Allah, he was very humble. His forbearance and magnanimity were proverbial. Along with asceticism and contentment, he would speak very less. He would pay special attention to the disciples. If he would see someone doing something against the Shariah, he would advise the person against it in such a beautiful manner that that person would forever stay away from that sin.

Hadhrat Abul Khair (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) would enliven his nights with the worship of Allah Most High. He would contemplate and reflect over the meanings of the Holy Quran at night. During those hours, he would be enraptured. In the day, he would fulfill the responsibility of guiding the creation of Allah Most High. Without any discrimination of religion or community, a great number of people drew benefit from him.

Hadhrat Abul Khair (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) had kept his heart clear of all worldly thoughts. He would never allow his daily engagements to be disturbed. His whole life, he offered the 5 daily Salaat congregationally in the mosque. Even if he had to undertake a journey, he would plan the journey in such a manner that during the journey, every Salaat would be offered congregationally. His whole life was an embodiment of fear and consciousness of Allah Most High. He was the living testament to the accomplishments of his masters and a shining example for those who come after him.

 
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