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বাংলায় পড়তে এখানে ক্লিক করুন। Nizamuddin Aulia Dargah: Mahbubey Elahi Hazrat Khwaja Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah was born in 636 AH and left Ih-Dham in 625 AH. According to Christian accounts, he was born in 1215 AD and died in 1304 AD. Calculations show that he lived in the dust of this world for 69 years. In these 69 years, he brought a new wave of life into the spiritual world and worked for the preservation of religious activities and faith, paving the way for a new passion not only in the Indian subcontinent but throughout the Muslim world. He was so attached to the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) that he was absorbed in the meditation of the Prophet (peace be upon him) day and night and did not neglect to devote his life to the cause of religion and Islam.

Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah was not only a chosen life seeker, but he was also able to gain nearness to Allah Almighty through worship. Not only that, he had a prominent position in the world at that time in the field of public service and divine love. He was always engaged in the service of innumerable people irrespective of race, religion, and tribe. So his name is written in gold letters in the history of Indians.

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Education: – He began to be nurtured with the affection of his parents and relatives. As a child, Kisha’s Nizam Uddin seemed to be a little different from the other boys. From his childhood, his parents realized from his mind that this boy would one day be considered a revered person in the world. He showed sharp intellect from a young age. Nizamuddin Aulia was five years old when his father Hazrat Sayyid Ahmad Rahmatullah passed away. He began to live as a fatherless boy. Mother Jolaykha Bibi fell into a problem. He was busy with household chores and reading his favorite letter. In any case, he will teach religion in his son’s Elm. He admitted his son to the primary maktab. Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah was the first to finish the Holy Quran and studied the basic books of jurisprudence with Hazrat Maulana Alauddin Umali. At the same time, according to the syllabus of the maktab, he acquired knowledge of other subjects.

After completing his studies in Maktab, he was sent on the orders of his mother to become a disciple of the eminent Kamil and educationist Hazrat Maulana Shamsuddin Damagani Rahmatullah. At the first sight, Maulana Shamsuddin Rahmatullah Sahib seemed to be unique and attracted to him. He realized at first sight that there was great talent hidden in that boy. He gladly made Nizam Uddin a man by teaching him. Then there was antiquity. At that time Sultan Ghiyasuddin Balban was the overlord of Delhi. He was very respectful of Maulana Shamsuddin Damgani’s erudition, Kamaliyat, and Bujurgi. He awarded him the title of ‘Shamsul Mulak’ as a fair value of his erudition. After acquiring knowledge of religious scriptures like fiqh, ummul aqeedah, literature, etc., Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah became interested in higher education in Hadith Sharif and became the servant of Hazrat Maulana Kamaluddin Rahmatullah, the greatest elder and hadith scholar of Delhi at that time. Become a novice in studies and acquire knowledge with a reputation. At that time the place of Maulana Ahmad Tabariji, a scholar of Hadith, was also very high. He was better known as a sage than he was.

His teachings were not limited to Hadith. As well as being a scholar and scribe at the same time, he also acquired great knowledge about astronomy, mathematics, tafsir, balagat, umul, fiqh, aqeedah, history, and literature from various mashayekhs. At the same time, his keen meditative power brought him to the goal of resilience, extraordinary patience, and endurance. There was no pomp in him. He always lived a simple life. His erudition fascinated everyone. Gain special wisdom in Tariq? Hazrat Nizam Uddin Auliya Rahmatullah, the beloved servant of the great Khaeda, was attracted to Elme Jaher as well as Elme Baten. He thought that the biblical knowledge remained incomplete. Religion is not fully gained in public. Therefore, through only Baten, he devotes himself to some spiritual pursuits with deep concentration.

He thought about how to attain the perfection of Elme Baten, so he used to stay in the hujrakhana of the famous Tashtdar Mosque in Delhi under the tutelage of Shaykh Nazimuddin Mutawakil Rahmatullah. He was the sixth brother of the great saint Kamel Hazrat Baba Farid Uddi Ganjeshkar Rahmatullah. In the case of Tariqat, he followed the path of Ganjeshkar Rahmatullah. | Departing for Ayodhya, he arrived at Shaykh Farid Uddin Ganjeshkar Rahmatullah Khaneka on the 10th Rajab of 655 AH. His khanka sharif was in Ayodhya. Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah stepped on Hazrat Shaykh Farid Ganjeshkar Rahmatullah with the utmost respect. In the first episode, it was as if the army met Sahagar. All that Ganjeshkar Rahmatullah had to give was given to Mahbub Elahi Rahmatullah. He put on his four-piece hat. He gave her a pair of clogs and a gift.

After all the hats and clogs he had, which seemed to him to be invaluable gems, he said, “I was thinking of giving someone the blessings of Allah that I had.” Immediately he was wondering who could be given the Belayet of Hindustan. At such a time, he was told in a loud voice to be patient, Nizamuddin Aulia is coming, donate to him in the case of Hindustan. In this way, Hazrat Nizamuddin got the knowledge of Belayat from his masters and devoted himself to the work of propagating Islam. | He went to the court of the Murshids and learned spirituality বারে in the court of the Murshids he had the special opportunity to attain the Kamiliyat of Marefat. The court he attended was the famous Darbar Sharif of yesteryear. Which I have already described. The court of Hazrat Shaykh Farid Uddin Ganjeshkar Rahmatullah was always adorned with the footsteps of famous saints and auliyas and all of them were engaged in the work of the holy court as much as possible, and they considered the work of the court as the main source of their spiritual progress. There they would take a little food and drink in the guise of a very poor man, and they would receive the training and education of knowledge in Elm without hesitation, and they would move step by step towards gaining the holy love of Allah and His Messenger (peace be upon him), in order to acquire knowledge.

It is said that Mahbub Elahi Rahmatullah was more sensitive among the followers of Hazrat Ganjeshkar Rahmatullah. One-day event. Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia thought that he could not eat without a little salt or salt. That is why he borrowed some money from another Pir Bhai, bought salt and cooked curry, and served it in front of Hazrat Gangeshkar Rahmatullah.

The incident took place without the knowledge of Mr. Pir. When it was time to serve the food, as soon as he was serving the food in front of Pir Kebla Hazrat Ganjeshkar, he said, “I saw the food and saw that it smelled of wastage.” Where is the salt used in this vegetable collected?

Mahbube Khaeda Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah fell into a trance, he politely said that there was no salt in Huzur Langar police station. Even I have no money. There was no cow, I bought a little salt to cook the curry and you can eat the curry thinking that you can eat the curry, sir, the Lord said, the borrowed curry can not be eaten at all. It is better to die than to die. He said, “Donate all these vegetables to the poor and needy.”

Mahbubey Khaeda Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah immediately distributed the vegetables among the poor fakirs. He vowed never to do that again. And he repented and prayed to Allah. Hearing this repentance, Pir and Kabla were happy and gave the blanket of their seat to Hazrat Mahbub Ilahi Rahmatullah.

From the 10th Rajab of 655 AH to the 2nd Rabiul Awwal of the following year, he received training, tarbiyat and tawazjwat. Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah spent a year from 10th Rajab to 2nd Rabiul Awal of the following year in the court of Hazrat Shaikh Farid Uddin Ganjeshkar Rahmatullah in his Pir and Marshad Kamel. At that time he was elevated to a higher level through Riyazat and Majehada.

In keeping his promises, he was the embodiment of ideas and was always wary of the promises made by the ulema of the great Rabb Alamin. Because they ignore this world and do not accept this world as the only way of salvation. They consider this world to be the abode of the soul in ordinary life, but they believe that the life of a devotee will begin after death. So, first of all, person-centered responsibilities and duties. Here it is said to divide life into two parts. The first part is the duty of person-centered responsibility. And secondly collective or overall responsibility. Promises are equally applicable to both the responsible individual and the collective. Promises are broken, there are many difficulties in life. Similarly, the detrimental effect of the collective society and national life is no less. Therefore, in this context, the Qur’an and the Sahih Hadith have strongly urged to keep the promise. Even the evils of breaking promises have been highlighted. He would choose the path of keeping promises first, otherwise, he would concentrate on other activities out of necessity.

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Many of the emperors of Delhi were followers of Mahbub Elahi Hazrat Khwaja Nizamuddin. Prince Khezerkhao, the son of the emperor, also took a pledge from Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah. Mahbub Ilahi Rahmatullah used to treat all these Amir Shahzad’s in the same way as he used to treat a poor miserable person. There was no difference between rich and poor in his court. Nizamuddin Aulia, the world-famous emperor, fixed fifty thousand silver coins for the khanqah of Auliya and sent them to this great Auliya through Amir Kashef Hajar. Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah came with the coin of Amir Kashef Haj. But Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah did not even look at the silver coin given by the Amir because of the previous promise. Instead, he took all the initiative to fulfill the previous promise.

Hazrat Mahbub Elahi Rahmatullah said, ‘I am very busy with the previous promise and it is not possible for me to look at anything else at this time.’ Promises are worth more to me than fifty thousand silver coins. I think keeping promises is better than eight heavens. The king’s emir returned with the money given to him and praised Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah for his disrespect for money and money. The emperor of Delhi did not even bother. Instead, he carefully placed the silver coin sent with laughter and joy.

Mahbubey Khaeda Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah’s advice:

(A) The root of the destruction of arrogance: There are destructive elements in this world, of which arrogance and pride are the most harmful. The reason for this is that the great Rabb Alameen has repeatedly urged in the Holy Qur’an to get rid of arrogance. The Qur’an declares, “Allah does not love the arrogant.” In the hadith, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, “Pride leads people to destruction. Therefore, if one cannot protect oneself from this arrogance and pride, just as one cannot improve in spiritual pursuits, his downfall is inevitable. The punishment of Allah and the yardstick must fall on the arrogant. The story of Pharaoh is the story of Nimrod and Saddah and the reason for their destruction is arrogance. | Pride and arrogance can manifest in many ways for human beings. Wealth, manpower, arm strength, and sharpness of intellect often make people arrogant. However, it is very difficult to survive the touch of arrogance. | (B) It is very difficult to find Allah, but again it is absolutely right. Now the literal meaning of the word banda is das or galam. The slave should show full trust and loyalty to his master and through the exchange, the stream of infinite blessings and mercy of Allah be showered on the servant. As a result, the humble servant is blessed with the mercy and blessings of his great man Allah Pak. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: Be humble and humble. For, humility and perfect success exist in between. Humility and modesty are the most beneficial elements that can help us in all the goals we set out to achieve in this life. The humble Lake has no enemies. Because his innate humility blocks the path of Sakrata forever. Therefore, in order to achieve success in all worldly and otherworldly activities, it is necessary to have a firm hold on humility and humility.

(C) The main causes of evil are lust, anger, lust, greed, and greediness. Power (2) Hearing power in the ear (3) Olfactory power of the nose (4) Taste power of the tongue (5) Touch power of the skin and (6) Biological urge power of the body.

From the above six forces, all the Ku-ripu that manifests themselves in human beings are lust, anger, greed, lust, fish. In these ripugulas, when a human being is transformed into branches and petals, his natural human qualities are acquired and he gradually becomes an animal. Therefore, even if he is born as a human being, he can no longer establish himself as a human being. For this, lust, anger, lave, meh, wine and Matsya can be suppressed by means of hard pursuit. Otherwise, the possibility of loss is not strange. | In the midst of this modern grip, people cannot survive without the contact of the king and the king. Every human being needs a homeland and it is essential to have a competent king and administrator to maintain peace, order, and security of the land. Otherwise, it is normal to see chaos and unrest in the state.

In the language of spirituality, the kingdom here means the body and the mind is its king or ruler. All the organs of the body are governed according to the function of the mind. So in order to control the body state, the mind has to be subdued through hard pursuit or restraint. Therefore, the hard work and pursuit that is required to guide the human mind in the way of Allah is considered as Akbar in Jihad.

Death: – According to the historian, on the 11th Rabiul Awal of the year 755 AH, a cloudburst of black clouds was seen in the sky of Delhi. After spending 69 long years in the service of religion and Islam, Khwaja Mahbub Elahi Sultan ul Auliya Hazrat Najamuddin Rahmatullah appeared in the final presentation of the great Lord. After his death, a catastrophe befell Delhi and the Muslim world. | After the death of Mahbubey Elahi Khwaja Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah, innumerable lakes descended on the original Giaspur. It’s like a shadow of a shake in the middle of everyone, a melody of pain. It was as if the sky of Delhi became heavy with a shaky wail. The same cry is heard all over Delhi. Innalillahi wa inna illahi rajiun. * As long as Hazrat Khwaja Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah was alive in this world, no one was fully aware of his dignity, virtue, and condition of the spiritual world. However, in the midst of those who were truly aware of his dignity and virtue, the tone of his anguish was evident. Whichever way you look at it, there is the only lamentation of the pain of wailing. The poet really said, what a melody that was in Tayma’s heart. She is crying because she is crying. If the current flowing through the stone hurts her forever, she will die.

In the verse of the above poem, there is a hint of sad melody. The grief of that shake came down all over Delhi, there is no peace, no joy, no comfort in the minds of the people today, it cannot be compared.

According to some narrations, Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah died at the age of 69 on the 18th day of the month of Rabiul Akh in 625 AH. Analyzing the descriptions of the date of death, it is clear that there is a difference between the 11th and the 16th of Arikh, but whatever the date of his great departure, regardless of race or creed, He did not have time to say that he was caught. After the death or suffering of Mahbub Ilahi Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah was revealed, Sultan Tughlaq Shah of Delhi and many admirers became eager for his treatment. But Hazrat Sultan ul Aulia Rahmatullah Arthib was not interested in any medicine. He was always immersed in the remembrance and praise of Allah. He was active in all aspects of life, worshiping Allah and obeying His commands. He had no interest in any object on earth. When Raj Hakim, sent by the emperor for this purpose, came to him for treatment, he said that the only medicine for a person suffering from the pain of love is to get Ashek’s Didar. Nothing else can comfort him. After saying this, Raj Hekim left. Shortly after this, Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah’s soul, air, and body left the cage and left for Amar Dham.* The news of this death spread around in a moment. Emperor Muhammad Tughlaq and Hazrat Rukunuddin Sehrawardy rushed to Giaspur. During the lifetime of Hazrat Mahbub Elahi Rahmatullah, Emperor Muhammad Tughlaq was never allowed to appear before his court. As a result, after the death of this great man, he felt blessed to have the opportunity to participate in his last act. And Maibarak was absolutely relieved to see his face at a glance. According to his will, he was buried in the middle of a huge pond in front of the khanka. As a result, under the direction of the emperor, innumerable lakes contributed to the filling of the pond. In a short time, the pond was filled to the brim and Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Rahmatullah’s last janaza was attended by all classes of citizens of Delhi and its environs, including Marat himself, and he was buried in goodbye.

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