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Syed Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini, commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups.

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  • Syed Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini, commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups.
  • Syed Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini, commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز )(7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups.
  • Syed Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز )(7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups.
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز )(7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups.
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز )(7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions.
  • The brief biography of Hazrat Khaja Bande Nawaz Gesu Daraz Gulberga The political background. During the early 20 years of the 14th century the Khilji Kingdom of Delhi met its downfall, but actually its downfall was started at the time when Sultan Alauddin Khilji was died and he was the greatest king and successfully administer and as well as he was a powerful ruler of the Kingdom and during his period there was peace and security of the people was available in the kingdom. He tried hard for the following reforms and he was most successful in this matter.1. Economic reforms.2. Organization of state.3. Corruption.4. Price control of the essential commodities. Due to the above reforms and facilities and which brought the general public in the best and comfortable situation. As per
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز ) (7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions.
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز ) (7 August 1321, in Delhi − 10 November 1422, in Gulbarga), was a Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions.
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز ) (7 August 1321, in Delhi − 10 November 1422, in Gulbarga), was a Hanafi Maturidi scholar and Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions.
  • Hazrath Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduحضرت سید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز ) (7 August 1321, in Delhi − 10 November 1422, in Gulbarga), was a Hanafi Maturidi scholar and Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions.
  • Hazrath Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini Rh(Urduحضرت سید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz Rh(Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز ) (7 August 1321, in Delhi − 10 November 1422, in Gulbarga), was a Hanafi Maturidi scholar and Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions.
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  • Syed Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini, commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups. Gaisu Daraz was a murid (disciple) of the noted Sufi saint of Delhi, Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. After the death of Chiragh Dehlavi, Gaisu Daraz took on the mantle of the successor (khalifa). When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahamani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • Syed Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini, commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز )(7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups. Gaisu Daraz was a murid (disciple) of the noted Sufi saint of Delhi, Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. After the death of Chiragh Dehlavi, Gaisu Daraz took on the mantle of the successor (khalifa). When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahamani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • Syed Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز )(7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups. Gaisu Daraz was a murid (disciple) of the noted Sufi saint of Delhi, Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. After the death of Chiragh Dehlavi, Gaisu Daraz took on the mantle of the successor (khalifa). When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahmani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز )(7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups. Gaisu Daraz was a murid (disciple) of the noted Sufi saint of Delhi, Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. After the death of Chiragh Dehlavi, Gaisu Daraz took on the mantle of the successor (khalifa). When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahmani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز )(7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions. Gaisu Daraz was a murid (disciple) of the noted Sufi saint of Delhi, Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. After the death of Chiragh Dehlavi, Gaisu Daraz took on the mantle of the successor (khalifa). When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahmani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز )(7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions. Gaisu Daraz was a disciple of Sufi saint Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. After the death of Chiragh Dehlavi, Gaisu Daraz took on the mantle of the successor (khalifa). When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahmani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز )(7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions. Gaisu Daraz was a disciple and then successor of Sufi saint Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahmani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • The brief biography of Hazrat Khaja Bande Nawaz Gesu Daraz Gulberga The political background. During the early 20 years of the 14th century the Khilji Kingdom of Delhi met its downfall, but actually its downfall was started at the time when Sultan Alauddin Khilji was died and he was the greatest king and successfully administer and as well as he was a powerful ruler of the Kingdom and during his period there was peace and security of the people was available in the kingdom. He tried hard for the following reforms and he was most successful in this matter.1. Economic reforms.2. Organization of state.3. Corruption.4. Price control of the essential commodities. Due to the above reforms and facilities and which brought the general public in the best and comfortable situation. As per saying of Hazrat Nasiruddin Chirag Dehlavi that “The general persons of the Kingdom were in a condition of great comfort and happiness.” In the year 1320 A.D. the ruler of Dabilpur Punjab’s governor Ghazi Khan proceeded towards Delhi and occupied it and declared himself as Sultan Ghyasuddin Tughlaq and after him and after five years during the year 1325 A.D. Sultan Mohammed Bin Tughlaq was crowned in the Delhi Kingdom and the great historian Ziauddin wrote about him the following details in the history book of ‘Feroze Shahi Kings’ which are as follows. “ Allah made his personality, wonderful and strange in the mankind due to the following reason.”1. Contrary to nature. For the above reason the historian and learned persons could not able to understand about his above nature and his activities. He was a great learned person as well as genius Sultan, but he was taken many wrong and useless decisions which brought many bad and dangerous results in the Kingdom and for these reasons the general persons have undergone many disastrous problems and difficulties during his ruling period. In the year 1347 A.D. The Alauddin Hasan Bahaman Shah, who was Amir (governor) of the Deccan (South India) and he declared his Bahmani Kingdom in the Deccan (South India) and in this way the rule of Bahmani Kingdom was started and he made the capital of his kingdom as Gulberga. At that time in Delhi Mohammed Bin Tughlaq was died in the year 1351 A.D. and he was succeeded by Feroze Shah Tuglaq and this new Sultan immediately after his crowning started arrangement of the collection of pardon letters from the families and persons who met the injustice and great difficulties by the former Sultan Mohammed Bin Tughlaq and put all those papers in the Sultan Mohammed Bin Tughlaq’s grave in Delhi. This shows the great injustice and problems done by the Sultan Mohammed Bin Tughlaq during his period of rule due to his wrong and controversial decisions and royal orders in the kingdom. The religious background. During the fourteen century there was started the preaching of the following knowledges by the Sufi saints and due to their endeavours and hard tasks there was great progress in this matter. 1. Basic teachings and practical knowledge of Islam. 2. Basic teachings and practical knowledge of Sufism. Due to the above reason the Sufi Saints of the Deccan (South India) were used to present the religion of Islam in such shape and format which is acceptable in the Indian Society and culture and so for this reason there were discussions at that time about Zaheri (outward) aspect of the Islamic religion and for this reason the teachings of this aspect were adopted by Sufi Saints for their propagation work of Islam to the general persons. For the above reason the following things were in progress.1. Reading of books of Sufi Saints.2. Explanation work of the Sufi Books.3. Importance was given to the ethics.4. Teaching of Arabic language.5. The teaching of Hadith (traditions of Allah’s prophet). 6. Exegesis of Quran. During the above century there was great interest in learning and religious study was begun due to reaching of the theory of ‘Unity of Existence ’of Sheikh Abkar Mohiuddin Ibn Arabi in India. There is also another information which is available that Fakher Uddin Iraqi who died in the year 1289 A.D. And who has also spread the above thoughts of Ibn Arabi in India. Till the crowning of Feroze Shah not only the books of Ibin Arabi were reached in India, but there was progress of discussions in this matter and also there was an explanation of his works. There were discussions of the above works in the letters of learned persons in India. Due to slogan (Nara) of ‘Anal Haq’ (‘I am the Truth’) there was Fatwa (a religious proclamation) of Feroze Shah for the death penalty. Due to giving much importance of Islamic law and Islamic Fiqah (Islamic Jurisprudence) and for this reason, Ibn Arabi was becoming famous and well known as Abu Hanifa Thani. Brief biography. During the above period Hazrat Khaja Bande Nawaz Gesu Daraz was born on 4th Rajab 721 Hegira. In Delhi. Syed Muhammad Hussaini, commonly known as Hazrat Khaja Banda Nawaz Gesu Daraz, Shahbaz, Buland Pervaz, Muharram Razwa Niaz (July 13, 1321 -November 1, 1422), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups. As per reference of Syed Ashraf Jahangir Samnani, Khaja Sahib belongs to Sadat (descendant of the prophet’s family) family of Khurasan and those Sadat family members were well known and famous as Gesu Daraz. Khaja Bande Nawaz Gesu Daraz was a Murid (disciple) of the noted Sufi saint of Delhi, Hazrat Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. After the death of Chiragh Dehlavi, Gesu Daraz took on the mantle of the successor (Khalifa). When he moved to Daulatabad around 1398 A.D. Owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahaman Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah. Banda Nawaz was born to Syed Muhammad Hussaini in Delhi in 1321 A.D. At the age of four, his family shifted to Daulatabad in Deccan (now in Maharashtra). In 1397 A.D. He went to Gulbarga, Deccan (presently in Karnataka) at the invitation of Sultan Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah. At the age of fifteen, he returned to Delhi for his education and training by Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. He was also a very enthusiastic student of Hazrat Kethli, Hazrat Tajuddin Bahadur and Qazi Abdul Muqtadir. After teaching at various places such as Delhi, Mewath, Gwalior, Chander, Aircha, Chatra, Chanderi, Miandhar, Baroda, Khambayat and Gulbarga in 1397 A.D. And died in Gulbarga in the year November 1422 A.D. His name as well as patronymic was Abul-Fatah and Gesu Daraz was his title. Among the scholars and theologians he was Sheikh Abul-Fatah Sadruddin Muhammad Dehlavi but people called him Khaja Banda Nawaz Gesu Daraaz. Khaja Sahib had a good nature of taking care and comfort of the other persons instead of himself and whatever presented to him by any person then he will use to distribute the same to other needy and poor persons immediately and for this reason his teacher Nasiruddin Chirag Dehlavi was awarded him the title as ‘Gesu Daraz’. Sultan Muhammad bin Tughlaq once transferred his capital to Daulatabad (Devgiri) and along with Bande Bawaz went many scholars, theologians, and mystics. His parents also migrated to the place. He was four years old at the time and Malik-Ul-Umar Hazrat Syed Ibrahim Mustafa, his maternal uncle, was the governor of Daulatabad. When Sultan Mohammed Bin Tughlaq was ordered for the shifting of his capital from Delhi to Doulatabad then Khaja Saheb came to Doulatabad along with his parents. His father Syed Yousuf Hussaini alias Raju Khattal died in the year 1330 A.D. After five years Khaja Saheb came back to Delhi along with his mother and brother. In the year 1336 A.D. Khaja Saheb and his brother became disciples of Nasiruddin Chirag Dehlavi and Khaja Saheb got caliphate from him in the year 1336 Hegira and during this year Nasiruddin Chirag Dehlavi died on 18th Ramazan. Three days after the death of his great Sufi master Nasirddin Chirag Dehlavi, Khaja Saheb was became special caretaker of the shrine of Nasiruddin Chirag Delhavi. In Delhi. On the death of his father, his mother grew angry with his brother, and he returned to Delhi. He was fifteen years old at that time. He had heard a lot about Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya and Hazrat Nasiruddin Roshan Chiragh Dehlavi from his father and maternal grandfather and so his devotion grow with them. One day he went to prayer in the Jama-Majid of Sultan Qutubuddin, there he saw Hazrat Sheikh Nasiruddin Mahmud Chiragh Dehlavi and pledged obedience to him in 16, Rajab. Under the guidance of Hazrat Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi he engaged himself in prayers and meditation and so much enjoyed them that lie forbade studies and requested his teacher to allow him to do so. Hazrat Nasiruddin denied him permission and instructed him to study with attention Usool-e-Bizoori, Risals Shamsia, Kashaf, Misbah so he restarted the studies under the guidance of renowned teachers. Title Gesu-Daraaz. One day Khaja Sahib with other disciples lifted the palanquin bearing Hazrat Nasiruddin. His long hair stuck into the foot of the palanquin (Palki) and pained him severely, but he did not disentangle them to love and respect to the teacher. When Hazrat Nasiruddin learned of the episode, he was overjoyed and recited the Persian couplet: "Har ki Murid Syed Gesu Daraaz shud Vallah khilaf-e-nest ki Uoo ishq baaz shud." ("Syed Gesu Daraaz has pledged his obedience; there is nothing wrong in it because he has deeply fallen in love.")He thus gained the title "Gesu-Daraaz". For a period of 40 years he was busy in Delhi for the preaching and teaching work of Islam . As per his mother’s instruction he was married at the age of 40 years. The details of his sons and daughters are mentioned as follows.1. Two sons. 2. Three daughters. On 11th November 1398 A.D. he was migrated to Doulatabad from Delhi along with his family members and parents and at that time Khaja Sahib was 80 years old and from Bahdurpur, Gwalior, Bahandir, Chanderi, Baroda, Sultanpur, Khambait, Khaja Sahib and his family members were reached to Doulatabad. During the above long journey of many days, many thousand his devotees welcomed and greeted him on his way in the above old Indian cities. As per records of history, it is clear that Khaja Sahib was advised his disciples for his final resting place in Doulatabad near his father’s grave, but due to the invitation of Sultan Feroze Shah Bahmani to visit Gulberga city so Khaja Sahib left from Doulatabad and reached Gulberga city. In the year 1400 A.D. He arrived in the land of Gulberga. His shrine is located in the western side of the Gulberga fort in which he had spent some time there, but due to some difference with the Sultan he left that place and shifted to the present area where his tomb is situated. Khaja Sahib was busy in Gulberga city for a period of 22 years in the preaching and teaching work as well, writing of Islamic books and he was died on 16th Ziqad in the year 825 Hegira. He advised his disciples to bury him in the city of Khuldabad but due to some un-known reason he was buried in Gulberga city. Works. Khaja Sahib authored many books, so in this matter, it is not confirmed how many books he has authored. As per history records he has written total 105 books. As per reference in book ‘Alkwaraq’ that he has written 125 books. In the book ‘Sair Mohammed’ it is mentioned 36 books and in the book of ‘Tariq Habibi’ 45 books are mentioned. He has written many books and in which he has discussed the following subjects in them.1. Knowledge of exegesis of Quran.2. Traditions of Allah’s last prophet.3. Fiqah (Islamic Jurisprudence).4. Kalam (speech).5. Sufism. 6. Poetry. Band Nawaz authored about 195 books in Arabic, Persian and Urdu. His magnum opus, Tafseer Multaqat, was compiled into one book very recently. He also composed a book on the Prophet of Islam titled ‘Miraj-al Ashiqin’ for the instruction of the masses in Deccani, a South Indian branch of the Urdu language. He was the first Sufi to use this vernacular which was elaborated upon by many other Sufi saints of South India in later centuries. He wrote many treatises on the works on Ibn Arabi and Suhrawardi, which made the works of these scholars accessible to Indian scholars and played a major role in influencing later mystical thought. Other books authored are ‘Qaseeda Amali’ and ‘Adaab-al-Mureedein.’ Books.Tafseer-e-Qu'rane-e-MajeedMultaqitHavashi KashafShairah-e-MashareqShairah Fiqah-e-AkbarShairah Adab-Ul-MurideenShairah Ta-arrufRisala Sirat-Ul-NabiTarjuma MashareqMa-ArifTarjuma AwarifSharah Fasoosul HukmTarjuma Risala QeryaHawa Asahi Quwwat-ul-Qalb In addition to above subjects, he was much interested in the poetry and in which he has explained the subjects and matters of Irfani (intimate knowledge of Allah) and Natiya (encomium on the holy prophet). Teachings. In his teaching there was much importance for the following.1. Peer (religious Teacher.) 2. Murid (disciple).His sayings. “The disciple can observe Nazara (view) of Allah in the heart of his Peer (spiritual master) and the Peer can see him in the heart of his Murid (disciple) and about this relation Khaja Sahib has explained further details that the sun’s reflection is very clear in the water but such direct reflection on the wall is not available. So the Peer (spiritual master) is like water and the wall is like Murid (disciple) and if the wall is kept near the water, then the sun’s reflection will be there on the wall due to the nearness of the water.” Khaja Sahib has given much importance to the following things.1. Tazkia Nafas (purification of mind). 2. Tawajha Nam (attention).He explained Tazkia Nafas (purification of mind) can be had by the decrease of the following four things.1. Less eating.2. Less talking.3. Less sleeping. 4. Less contacts. Tawaja Nam (attention) will be free everything from the heart, which will belong to Ghair Khuda (other than Allah). Khaja Saheb says Maraqaba (meditation.) is the source of the knowledge and it is also source to reach towards the goal. He explained the literal meaning of Maraqaba (meditation.) is like Sawari (riding) on the camel to reach towards his friend. And its Istalahi (secondary) meaning is the presence of one person before his friend and to keep good hope of the meeting with his friend. The theory of love. The theory about the love of Allah is the basis of Khaja Sahib’s teachings. The further explanation on this matter is as follows. “The reason of creation (Takhliq) and its secret is love and knowledge of Allah and If there will be no love then the sky will not revolve. If there will be no love, then there will be no uproar in the rivers. If there will be no love, then there will be no rain fall. If there will be no love, then there will be no growth of verdew (Sabza). If there will be no love ,then there will be no large number of animals. If there will be no love, then there will be no status of eloquence. If there will be no love, then nobody will worship Allah. If there will be no love, then nobody will watch the grace of Allah.”The Urs (death anniversary). The basis of the ceremony of Urs is taken from the Quran. There is one chapter number 19 in the name of Mariam in the holy Quran and its verse 15 is about prophet Yahiya (A.S.) and its translation is as follows. “15. So Peace on him the day he was born, the day that he dies, and the day that he will be raised up to life (again) ” In the light of the above verse there is an importance of following three days.1.Birth.2.Death.3.Day of judgement. The Allah’s last prophet has arranged a charity (Sadqa) upon the death of his uncle Syedna Hamza on the following days. 1.3rd day.2.7th day.3.40th day.4.6th month.5.One year. Allah’s last prophet used to visit the graves of martyrs of Uhud mountain in Madina city every year and there he used to recite Fateha (Al-Fatiha the Opening verse of the holy Quran) and pray for them. As per above mentioned verse and as per the above tradition of Allah’s last prophet it is proved that the following days are very important. So the ceremony of Urs (death anniversary) is also important for the above reason only. 1.Death. 2.Day of judgement. Quotes.If a Salik prays or meditates for fame, he is an atheist.If one prays or meditates out of fear, he is a cheater and a hypocrite.So long as a man disengages himself from all the worldly things, so he should not step into the road of misconduct.Divide the night into three parts: in the first part say Darud (blessing on the last prophet of Allah) and recitation; in the second part to have sleep and in the third part recitation the names of Allah and to be busy in meditation.The Salik should be careful about the food and so it should be legitimate. The Salik should be abstain from the company of the worldly people. In Gulbarga City. Having lived for over forty years in Delhi, he moved to Gulbarga in the age of around 76. Firoz Shah Bahmani ruled over the Deccan during this period. He gave him much respect. For a long time he was engaged in religious discourses, sermons, and spiritual training of the people.Death. Band Nawaz attained an age of 101 years, died on 16 Ziqa'ad 825 Hegira in Gulbarga city and was buried there. His tomb is a place of Ziyaarat (visit). Mausoleum. As per history records it is well known and famous that the construction of Khaja Sahib’s mausoleum was started by Sultan Ahmed Shah Wali Bahmani and when the construction was completed, his grandson Syed Khubullah Hussaini has arranged Jhela (flower bouquet) on the Kalas (spire pinnacle) of the mausoleum due to his joy and happiness on the occasion. By chance the Urs (death anniversary) was due after one month from the above occasion, so it became a tradition in the shrine for the arrangement of the Jhela ceremony (flower bouquet) which will organize one month before the Urs (death anniversary). Khaja Sahib’s mausoleum in Gulberga city which is famous even today for the fulfillment of desires and wishes of the persons who visit his mausoleum there.The Urs (death anniversary). People from various walks of life, irrespective of caste and creed, assemble to celebrate the Urs (death anniversary) which takes place on the 15, 16 and 17 days of Zul-Qa`dah of Muslim calendar at the famous Band Nawaz shrine (Dargah) in Gulbarga every year. Several hundred thousand devotees from near and far, irrespective of religion and beliefs, gather there to seek blessings. Conclusion. To write about this great Sufi saint and great author is not only it is difficult and but it is very hard task as he was not only a great pious personality of his time in the area of the Deccan (South India) but he was also a great author of so many great books so in brief he was Qu’tub (highest cadre in spiritual pivot at axis) of his time in the Deccan region. For a long time he was engaged in religious discourses, sermons, and spiritual training of the people and he did also many great endeavours for the preaching and propagation work of Islam in Deccan (South India) and around this region and there was no such personality during his time. Life and Teachings of Hazrat Syed Mohammed Hussaini Gesu Daraz Bande Nawaz in Urdu By Dr. Syed Shah Gesu Daraz Qusru Hussaini published in ‘Siasat Urdu daily’ Hyderabad dated 2nd October 2012. Translated byMohammed Abdul Hafeez, B.Com.Translator ‘ Muslim Saints and Mystics’(Tadhikaratal Awliya)========================
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز ) (7 August 1321, Delhi −10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions. Gaisu Daraz was a disciple and then successor of Sufi saint Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahmani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز ) (7 August 1321, in Delhi − 10 November 1422, in Gulbarga), was a Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions. Gaisu Daraz was a disciple and then successor of Sufi saint Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahmani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduسید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز ) (7 August 1321, in Delhi − 10 November 1422, in Gulbarga), was a Hanafi Maturidi scholar and Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions. Gaisu Daraz was a disciple and then successor of Sufi saint Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahmani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • Hazrath Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini (Urduحضرت سید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز ) (7 August 1321, in Delhi − 10 November 1422, in Gulbarga), was a Hanafi Maturidi scholar and Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions. Hazrath Gaisu Daraz was a disciple and then successor of Sufi saint Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahmani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
  • Hazrath Muhammad bin Yousuf Al Hussaini Rh(Urduحضرت سید محمد بن یوسف الحسینی ), commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz Rh(Urdu حضرت خواجہ بندہ نواز گیسو دراز ) (7 August 1321, in Delhi − 10 November 1422, in Gulbarga), was a Hanafi Maturidi scholar and Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among religions. Hazrath Gaisu Daraz Rh was a disciple and then successor of Sufi saint Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi. When he moved to Daulatabad around 1400, owing to the attack of Timur on Delhi, he took the Chishti Order to South India. He finally settled down in Gulbarga, at the invitation of Bahmani Sultan, Taj ud-Din Firuz Shah.
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