Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Shah
|Pir Syed Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Shah|
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|Religion||Islam, specifically the Chishti Sufi order|
|Based in||Chakori Sharif|
|Predecessor||Zafar Ali Shah Sahib|
|Present post||Caliph of shrine of Chakori Sharif.|
Pir Syed Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Shah (Urdu: غلام محی الدین شاہ ) is a Sufi scholar. He was born in Chakori Sharif in Gujrat. He is known as a Sufi saint. He is a well known poet and caliph of shrine of Chakori Sharif. He is Named as Mazhray Sayed Ibrar.
Grace of Meher Ali Shah[edit | edit source]
Ghulam Sarwar Shah, uncle of Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Shah, was disciple of Meher Ali Shah. Ghulam Sarwar Shah was blessed by grace of Meher Ali Shah. Ghulam Sarwar transferred his knowledge to his brother Zafar Ali Shah who succeeded Mohi-ud-Din about 40 years ago.
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