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Abu Abdullah Sheikh
Syed Adam Banuri
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Born1503-1506 AD
Banoor Chandigarh, India
Died25 December 1643
Resting placeAl-Baqi
Known forSufi, Mystic, Scholar of Sunni sect, Progenitor of Banoori tribe
Notable workFounded Ahsaniya Naqbandiya Sufi Order, Literature work, Books written by him
ChildrenSyed Ghulam Ahmad (Son)

Syed Muhammad Aoliya (Son) Syed Muhammad Esa (Son)

Syed Muhammad Mohsin (Son) and two daughters
Parent(s)Ismail bin Bahauddin Mashwani

Syed Adam Banuri (Arabic: السيد آدم بنوري, b. 1503 or 1506)[1][2] was a Sufi spiritual adviser to Ahmad Sirhindi.[3][4]

Early life[edit]

His parents were Ismail bin Bahauddin Mashwani[5] He was born at Banur Chandigarh India.[6]


He is known for his research on Sufism. He is the founder of “Ahsaniya” with some modifications in Ahmad Sirhindi‘s Naqshbandi thoughts.[7] Ahsaniya is mostly followed by Arabs in Egypt and Yemen.[8] In 1641Abdul Hakim Sialkoti and Sadduallh (advisor to Shah Jahan) visited him in Lahore. They both advised Shah Jahan to dispatch Adam for Hajj.[9][10][11] He travelled and performed Hajj with hundreds of his students. He died in Medina in 1643. He is buried at Al-Baqi'.[12][13][14]


  1. "نزهة الخواطر وبهجة المسامع والنواظر = الإعلام بمن في تاريخ الهند من الأعلام • الموقع الرسمي للمكتبة الشاملة". shamela.ws (in العربية). Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  2. "الموسوعة الشاملة - هدية العارفين". islamport.com (in العربية). Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  3. Buehler, Arthur F. (1998). Sufi Heirs of the Prophet: The Indian Naqshbandiyya and the Rise of the Mediating Sufi Shaykh. Univ of South Carolina Press. ISBN 9781570032011.
  4. Baaghaa, Ajeet Singh; (Guru), Gobind Singh (1969). Banur Had Orders: A Critical Study, of an Hitherto Unknown Hukamnamah of Guru Gobind Singh. Ranjit Printers & Publishers.
  5. "نزهه الخواطر وبهجه المسامع والنواظر الاعلام بمن في تاريخ الهند من الاعلام - الحسني، عبد الحي - مکتبة مدرسة الفقاهة". ar.lib.eshia.ir (in فارسی). Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  6. Hanif, N. (2000). Biographical Encyclopaedia of Sufis: South Asia. Sarup & Sons. ISBN 9788176250870.
  7. Burton, Sir Richard Francis (1851). Sindh, and the Races that Inhabit the Valley of the Indus. W. H. Allen.
  8. Kemper, Michael; Kügelgen, Anke von (1998). Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia from the 18th to the Early 20th Centuries: Inter-regional and inter-ethnic relations (in Deutsch). Schwarz. ISBN 9783879972692.
  9. محدث دہلوی, شاہ ولی اللہ. انفاس العارفین. pp. 171–172.
  10. Iqbal Review. Iqbal Academy. 1997.
  11. «الحياة», دبي – (2018-06-27). ""المسبار" يقدم: «النقشبندية: النص والتاريخ والأثر". Hayat. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  12. Ahmad, Mughal, Munir. "Abu Anis Sufi Muhammad Barkat 'Ali (Allah's Mercy Be Upon Him)". SSRN Electronic Journal. ISSN 1556-5068.
  13. "موقع مكتبة أهل البيت عليهم السلام". ablibrary.net. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  14. "هدية العارفين - إسماعيل باشا البغدادي - ج ١ - الصفحة ١". shiaonlinelibrary.com. Retrieved 2018-10-06.

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