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Hazrat Peer Sufi Asrar Ullah Shah Baba

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@Calliopejen1 No, it's not an honorific, it a arabic/urdu short form for blessings on the people who passed away. Wasefayn (talk) 23:13, 27 August 2020 (UTC)

Thanks User:Wasefayn. WP treats that the same way - could you please remove it throughout? Calliopejen1 (talk) 23:15, 27 August 2020 (UTC)

Calliopejen1 Done, i had similar feeling and it was not necessary. Thanks.Wasefayn (talk) 23:20, 27 August 2020 (UTC)

Hazrat Peer Sufi Asrar Ullah Shah Baba
File:Asrar Ullah Shah.jpg
Born6th December 1920, 25th Rabi-ul-awwal, 1339H
Died28 June 2000, 25th Rabi-ul-awwal, 1421H
SchoolHanafi, Maturidi
OrderQadiriyya, Chishti Order, Naqshbandi, Suhrawardiyya, Tabqaatiya
Senior posting
Based inAstana-e-Asrar, Hyderabad, India
PredecessorHazrat Fana Shah Quadri, Hazrat Yousuf Baba, Hazrat Abdul Rasheed Ghousi
SuccessorHazrat Shah Mohammed Ilyas Khan Asrari

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Asrar Ullah Shah Baba Al-Quadri Al-Chisthi (Urdu : حضرت پیر صوفی اسرار اللّٰہ شاہ بابا) (Dec 6, 1920 – June 28, 2000, 25 rabi ul awwal 1339H - 25 rabi ul awwal 1421H) was a renowned Sufi saint, Islamic scholar, Writer and a Poet from Hyderabad Deccan, India. He gained spiritual knowledge from three spiritual masters and is the Khalifa (successor) of Hazrat Moulana Shah Mohammed Abdul Rasheed Ghousi who was in turn the Khalifa (successor) of Hazrat Ghousi Shah Akbari [1][2][3][4]. He was an Aashiq of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Sanjari Chisthi and gained spiritual enlightenment from Hazrat Syed Shahul Hameed Qadir Wali. [1][4]


He was born in 1920 in Tamil Nadu to Hazrat Abdul Wahab Khan and Bibi Zaitoon Bi. At birth, Asrar Ullah Shah Baba was known as Abdul Aziz Khan. Asrar Ullah Shah Baba was the child born posthumously. [1][2]. He had formal education in Tamil Nadu, where he learnt Fiqh, Hadith, Tafseer and various languages. He was a characteristic embodiment of Huzoor-e-aqdas Hazrat Mohammed Mustafaﷺ. His understanding of Tawheed, Wahhadat ul Wajood and Tawakkul were perfect. The combined teaching of these orders Quadria, Chistiya, Naqsbandia, Sohravardi and Tabqaatiya in a summary expression are known as “Asrariya” order. His main teachings are based on the exponential factors of Kalema Thaiba “La Ilaha Illallahu Mohammed-ur-Rasulallah”.[2]


Fana Shah Quadri and Asrar Ullah Shah met at a marketplace. He took oath under Fana Shah Quadri, who initiated him in Tasawwuf [1][2][3]. He later had two more spiritual guides in his journey of Ishq (Threshold of Love). Spiritual teachers include Abdul Majeed Fana Shah Quadri, Noor Allah Shah Quadri Chisti Banawa and Shah Mohammed Abdul Rasheed Ghousi. [1][4]


The title Asrar Ullah Shah Baba was given by Noor Allah Shah Quadri Chisti Banawa. [1][4]


Asrar Ullah Shah authorized 28 disciples in Tasawwuf. [1]

Death and legacy[edit]

Asrar Ullah Shah passed away on 28 June 2000 corresponding 25 Rabi Ul Awwal, 1421H in Hyderabad. He is buried at Astana-e-Asrar, Riyasatnagar, Hyderabad, India. [2][3][4] His annual Urs is organized on 25 Rabi Ul Awwal every year. The Urs celebrations will end with Mehfil-e-sama at Astana-e-Asrar, Hyderabad.[2][4]


See also[edit]


[1] [2] [3] [4]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Hazrat Dr. Syed Shah Mustafa, Asraf Asrari (2016). Haqeeqat-e-Tawheed. Hyderabad: Atyab Publishing House. pp. 5–72. Search this book on
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Hazrat Dr. Aqeel Hashmi (Nov 22, 2019). "Hazrat Sufi Asrar Ullah Shah Baba Al-Quadri Al-Chisthi R.H". The Siasat Daily Newspaper, Hyderabad, India. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Hazrat Syed Shah Kaleem Ahmed Asrari (2015). Nagma-e-Asrar. Hyderabad: Al-Ansar Publishing House. pp. 2–8. Search this book on
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 Anjuman (July 3, 2017). "Taruf Hazrat Sufi Asrar Ullah Shah R.H". Eitemaad Newspaper, Hyderabad, India. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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