Qutbul Aulia Syed Ahmad Shah Chirikoti (Rah.)

Today is the 72nd anniversary of the birth of Hazrat Allama Alhaj Hafez Syed Ahmad Shah Sirikoti (Rah.), A world-renowned scholar, possessor of the highest position in the spiritual world. Orash will be celebrated in Anjuman under the initiative and management of Rahmania Ahmadiyya Sunni Trust in accordance with the rules of hygiene.
Allama Syed Ahmad Shah Chirikoti (r.h.) was born in 1857 in an aristocratic family of the Nabi dynasty of Chirikot, Haripur (Setalu Sharif) in Hazara district of Pakistan. He is directly related to Hazrat Syed Imam Hussain (RA) ‘s fifth subordinate male Hazrat Syed Jalal and Rizal (RA).
He was educated in many educational institutions in British India. In the month of Shaban of 1296 AH (sometime in 180) he was given the certificate of ‘Mamtazul Muhaddesin’ and was conferred the virtue of Zinc. At the end of his education, he got married to Syeda Khatun, a wise woman of his Maswani Syed dynasty. Following in the footsteps of his predecessors, he soon traveled to South Africa for the noble cause of propagating Islam. He started doing business in Cape Town, Zanzibar, Mombasa and other places and started preaching Islam. Many black people, victims of extreme racism, converted to Islam at the hands of the Holy Qibla. According to historians, an Indian businessman was the initiator of the propagation of Islam and the construction of mosques in the last half of the nineteenth century.
He returned to the country (English in 1911-12) and started a cloth shop in Haripur Bazar. A few days later he left for Chauhar Sharif. When he met a Noorani-looking man near the hujra of Chaudhry (Rah.) Sirikoti (Rah.) When asked about the position of Khwaja Abdur Rahman (Rah.) To that person, the gentleman said in reverse: To you There is no doubt that this man of unseen knowledge, like Sirikoti (Rah.), Who possesses deep knowledge, is a perfect man. Without thinking about it, the old man said without delay, ‘He is Khwaja Abdur Rahman Chowdhury’. In a short brief conversation, a deep connection was formed between them, on the one hand, the spring of Elme Ludunni, “the treasure of unseen knowledge given by Allah” and on the other hand, the treasure of knowledge of public knowledge.
Sirikoti (r.h.) took the oath of allegiance in the hands of Hazrat Khwaja Abdur Rahman Chowdhury (r.h.) and surrendered to the service of the Murshids. Shortly after leaving, Murshid Murid ordered Maulana to collect firewood from the forest for the langarkhana and bring it. Maulana Sahib was impassive and determined to follow the instructions. Because the mystery contained in this work is limited to the one who commands and obeys. The inner soul begins to quarrel over its unconnected connection. Since wood is not available in the rocky mountains, Sirikoti (Rah.) Has been collecting wood from far and wide for many years. One day suddenly Mr. Pir ordered to stop collecting Kabla wood. Sirikoti (Rah.) Stunned, perplexed. Murshid has given this instruction in a cheerful manner in the service of the disciples. This has been revealed in the next instruction. After giving the caliphate as usual, he went to Rangoon (Yangon), the capital of Burma, and ordered to serve the religion of Islam. Dear disciple Sirikoti (Rah.) Without any hesitation, obeying the instructions of the Pir, the family who migrated to Rangoon, an unknown destination four thousand miles away, surprised everyone.
Arriving in Rangoon, Deen Islam took charge of the Imam and Khatib at the Bengali mosque and started preaching based on Madhhab, Millat, Shariat and Tariqat. Scholarly and logical analytical statements arouse the minds of the worshipers. Worshipers from far and wide gathered in the presence of the Lord to offer prayers and listen to Islamic recitations. Many miracles of Syed Ahmad Shah (Rah.), The son of the Prophet, who received the Tawajjuh of the Pir, were revealed at that time. Sirikoti (Rah.) Wrote a letter to Pir (Chowdhury) not to ignore the repeated requests of the worshipers to take the oath of allegiance. Hazrat Khwaja Abdur Rahman Chowdhury (Rah.) Wrote a letter to Syed Ahmad Shah with a handkerchief. Holding one end of the handkerchief in his hand and the other end in the hands of the worshipers, Mashayekh instructed them to take the oath of allegiance on behalf of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him).
Hundreds of simple-minded Muslims were blessed to take the oath of allegiance in the hands of the Lord. In the meantime, Hazrat Khwaja Abdur Rahman Chowdhury (Rah.) Sent an invaluable and unique book entitled Rasul (R) to Sirikoti (Rah.) In Majmooye Salawat with the letter Trishpara Darud along with the letter and instructed Sirikoti (Rah. Darul Uloom Islamia Rahmania Madrasa raised a stringent condition for raising and sending funds for the construction of a two-storey building, warning that Sirikoti (Rah.) Would not be able to leave Rangoon until these two works were completed. Syed Ahmad Shah (r.h.) did not leave Rangoon for a long period of 18 years till the completion of these works due to the instructions of the Pir.
Due to the fact that many people of Chittagong were staying in Rangoon at that time in search of livelihood, there is an abundance of disciples in Chittagong. Huzur’s Khalifa Master Abdul Jalil (B, A) Engineer Muhammad Abdul Khaleq, Sufi Abdul Gafur, Maulana Ezaharul Haque and many other professionals were blessed to be his disciples. Huzur Qibla used to stay in Chittagong for a short time from 1936 on the way from Peshawar to Rangoon at the request of the aforesaid dignitaries.
After serving Shariat-e-Tariqat in Rangoon for a long period of 21 years in 1941, Huzur returned to his homeland. He has been visiting Chittagong every year since then. The Khanka Sharif of Huzur Kebal was placed on top of the Kohinoor Electric Press of Engineer Muhammad Abdul Khaleq (Huzur’s Caliph). From here, Huzur Kabla started the activities of propagating Shariat and Tariqat. In December 1949, Huzur Kebla went to a Waz in Shekharkhil of Banshkhali Upazila and started the Waz. He returned to Chittagong the next day and instructed the Pir brothers to set up a madrasa. Huzur said work, save Islam, save the day, make a good scholar. ‘ Regarding the land, he said that the city is not there, the village is not there, but the city is far away. Masjid V Hu, Sath Talab V Hu ” After seeing a lot of land, Huzur Kebala liked this land in the present Jamia position. Huzur said that the fragrance of knowledge is coming from this land. In 1954, Huzur Kebla Jamia Ahmadiyya laid the foundation of Sunni Ali on this land. At the establishment of the madrasa, Huzur Kebla gave some sermons. Yeh Jameya Kishtie Nuh (Alayhis Salam) Hi. Those who will serve this madrasa will be released like the riders of that installment. ‘Mujhe dekhna hayato, madrasako dekho’, ‘Mujhche mahabbat hayato madrasako mahabbat karo’. ‘Take a vow to the madrasa. The vow has been fulfilled, fulfill the vow ‘. This madrasa is based on the Aqeedah of Hazrat Ala. The students here are still fighting for Ahl-e-Sunnat wal Jamaar. In 1925, Anjuman Shuraye Rahmania was also established in Rangoon. In 1955, the name of the organization was changed to Rahmania Ahmadiyya Sunnia in Anjuman.
In 1956, Huzur Kebla came to Chittagong with Prince Syed Muhammad Tayyab Shah (Rah.) And his grandson Huzur Syed Muhammad Taher Shah (M.G.A.). This was the last visit of Huzur Kebala. After staying for about 6 months, Huzur Kebla traveled to Mecca by steamer with a caravan of 15-20 people. Hazrat Tayyab Shah (Rah.) Returned to Pakistan. At the end of Hajj, Huzur returned home with his grandson Hazrat Taher Shah (M.J.A.). The people of Chittagong returned to Chittagong. In 1970, Engineer Muhammad Abdul Khaleq, Alhaj Nur Muhammad Al-Qaderi, Alhaj Dr. T. Hossain, Haji Abul Bashar, Alhaj Aminur Rahman Saudagar, Alhaj Akram Ali Khan, Alhaj Nurul Islam Saudagar and Fazlur Rahman Huzurf. Before them, Ali Saudagar Al-Qaderi of Alhaj Waz also went to Peshawar. Huzur told the brothers, Hazrat Keramche Hukum Milneche Jarur Jaunga, ‘Leken Jaane Ko Hukum Nehi Hai’ The brothers returned to Chittagong crying a lot. This was the last statement of Huzur Kebala. On 2 May 1971, the then Secretary of the Anjuman Trust, Alhaj Abu Muhammad Tabibul Alam, visited Sirikot Sharif. The lord was very ill then. At that time Huzur Kebla gave the caliphate to Tabibul Alam Sahib. Which was signed by Syed Muhammad Tayyab Shah (Rah.). On 21 May, Huzur Kebla forcibly sent him to Chittagong. According to the 22nd of May, 11 zilqads floated in the sea of ​​mourning of lakhs of pir brothers and went to the presence of Allah Almighty.

Author: Publicity and Publication Secretary, Anjuman-e Rahmania Ahmadiyya Sunnia Trust.


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