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Hazrat Khwaja Sayyid Mir Jan Shah Saheb ibn Hasan Kabuli-Naqshbandi(Arabic: سيد مير جان شاه صاحب ابن حسن كابلى-نقشبندى‎) (born in Kabul, Afghanistan in year 1800, died in year 1901 in Lahore) is a Sufi saint from Kabul.

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  • Hazrat Sayyid Mir Jan Shah Saheb
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  • Hazrat Khwaja Sayyid Mir Jan Shah Saheb ibn Hasan Kabuli-Naqshbandi(Arabic: سيد مير جان شاه صاحب ابن حسن كابلى-نقشبندى‎) (born in Kabul, Afghanistan in year 1800, died in year 1901 in Lahore) is a Sufi saint from Kabul.
  • Sayyid Mir Jan Shah Saheb ibn Hasan Kabuli-Naqshbandi(Arabic: سيد مير جان شاه صاحب ابن حسن كابلى-نقشبندى‎) (born in Kabul, Afghanistan in year 1800, died in year 1901 in Lahore) is a Sufi saint from Kabul.
  • Khwaja Sayyid Mir Jan Shah Saheb ibn Hasan Kabuli-Naqshbandi(Arabic: سيد مير جان شاه صاحب ابن حسن كابلى-نقشبندى‎) (born in Kabul, Afghanistan in year 1800, died in year 1901 in Lahore) is a Sufi saint from Kabul.
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  • Sayyid Mir Jan
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  • Hazrat Khwaja Sayyid Mir Jan Shah Saheb ibn Hasan Kabuli-Naqshbandi(Arabic: سيد مير جان شاه صاحب ابن حسن كابلى-نقشبندى‎) (born in Kabul, Afghanistan in year 1800, died in year 1901 in Lahore) is a Sufi saint from Kabul.
  • Sayyid Mir Jan Shah Saheb ibn Hasan Kabuli-Naqshbandi(Arabic: سيد مير جان شاه صاحب ابن حسن كابلى-نقشبندى‎) (born in Kabul, Afghanistan in year 1800, died in year 1901 in Lahore) is a Sufi saint from Kabul.
  • Khwaja Sayyid Mir Jan Shah Saheb ibn Hasan Kabuli-Naqshbandi(Arabic: سيد مير جان شاه صاحب ابن حسن كابلى-نقشبندى‎) (born in Kabul, Afghanistan in year 1800, died in year 1901 in Lahore) is a Sufi saint from Kabul.
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  • Khwaja-e-Khwajagane Jahan (Master of the Masters of the World)
  • Nur ChashmeKhwajagan(Light of the eyes of theKhwajagan)
  • Sayyid ul-Sadaat (leader of theSayyids)
  • Imamzadeh(Son of theImams)
  • Sayyid ul-Siddiqun(Leader of the truthful)
  • Sayyid ul-Salikeen(Leader and guide of the seekers)
  • Sayyid al-Islam (leader of the submission to Allah)
  • Al-Hadi (the guide)
  • Murshid ul-Awliya (The teacher of saints)
  • Wali-Ullah (Friend of Allah)
  • Al Mutawakal ala Allah (the one who puts his trust in God)
  • Al-Ridha (the one, pleased with God's will)
  • Sayyid ul-Waseleen(Leader of the nearest ones toAllahand theProphet)
  • Mahboob Rasul Allah (Beloved of theProphet)
  • Malik ul-Awliya(King of Saints)
  • Jan Janan Arifan (Beloved essence the Savants)
  • Haj wa Yusuf Al-Haramain wa Al-Sharifain(Haji and Yusuf (beloved Prince) of Makkah and Medinah)
  • Qutb/Ghawth (highest saint of his time)
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