یہ تحریر اردو (Urdu) میں بھی دستیاب ہے۔


مکمل کتاب : His Divine Grace Qalandar Baba Auliya R.A.

Author :Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi

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Before his demise Qalander Baba Auliya live just one cup of milk in 24 hours for eight months and too was stopped in his last three days. Whenever he was requested to have at least some water, he would forbid by moving his finger. Before one week he declared that he would not survive for more than a week. The day when he passed away, in the morning, he told his son-in law; Mohammad Jamil to stay at home and then at noon again said, you please stay with me, my feet have become lifeless. Three hour before his expiry he asked to see Khwaja Sahib. When he came asked him to shake hand with him. This he never said to anyone before that. Siraj Sahib asked for permission to leave one hour before he breath his last. Qalander Baba Auliya said, “Ok, go now, but, do come in the morning.”

No doubt Siraj Sahib served his mentor with great devotion and dedication. Once, when paradise was being discussed Qalander Baba Auliya said, I have seen the seal of Paradise upon the forehead of a laundryman, and he is Siraj Sahib.”

News of Qalander Baba Auliya’s sad demise was published in the dailies Jung, Jasarat and Millat of Sunday 28th Jan 1979. January Issue of the Roohani Digest had been sent to the press for printing. Printing of the title was stopped and the news of Qalander Baba Auliya’s sad demise was published in these words:

The world has lost that man, about people like him, God says, “I befriend my servants and become their ears, eyes and tongue and they hear, see and say and touch things through me.”

When this issue of Roohani Digest got prepared, Qalander Baba Auliya Pattern-in- chief of the monthly Roohani Digest set on his journey to hereafter.

Our hears bleeds, water is not stopping from the eyes, we are feeling stunned because such a dear friend of God Almighty has left us whose funeral was attended by millions of angels beside men. Holy Prophet (PBUH), Owais Qarni and Ghus-ul-Azam Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani were there to welcome their beloved son. There was a multitude of the souls of Auliya Allah.

We have no other option but to be patient and have to have the courage to sustain this loss because God has stated that everyone has to have the taste of Death.

On 27th January 1979 at 1.00 am, when the God • loving people stand before their Lord, Qalander Baba Auliya passed away to remain in the presence of his Lord forever. (Inalillahe wa inna elahe rajeoon), Verily we belong to Allah and unto Him we would return.

According to his will, Qalander Baba Auliya was put to rest in the piece of land owned by Azeemia Trust Foundation. When he was laid to rest, Caller was calling the faithful for the evening Prayer. ‘

یہ تحریر اردو (Urdu) میں بھی دستیاب ہے۔

His Divine Grace Qalandar Baba Auliya R.A. chapters :

Dedication – to that young generation 1 - Foreword 2 - Life Of Qalander Baba Auliya 3 - Qalander 4 - Qalanderi Order 5 - Introduction 6 - Birth Place 7 - Education 8 - Spiritual Training 9 - Family 10 - Livelihood 11 - Induction 12 - Spiritual Position 13 - Mannerism 14 - Childhood and youth 15 - Precious Qualities 16 - Greatness 17 - His Children 18 - Books Authored 19 - Wonder-Workings 20 - Pigeon resurrected 21 - Deaf and dumb girl 22 - Incessant raining 23 - I lifted the basket 24 - Amount of Alimony 25 - Angels 26 - Musk Odor 27 - Love and sacrifice 28 - Cholistan Jungle 29 - Seeing God in everything around 30 - Down on the ground 31 - Jinns 32 - Prediction 33 - Trees also talk 34 - Lal Shahbaz Qalander 35 - Man at Service 36 - Angels protect 37 - Lottery Number 38 - Looking after the family 39 - Sapphire Ring 40 - Prayer of a Qalander 41 - وراثتِ علم لدنّی 42 - Revealing the Future 43 - 25 Bodies of Auliya 44 - Freud and Libido 45 - جسم مثالی یا AURA 46 - Saving from operation 47 - Distant Treatment 48 - Hundred thousand Rupees 49 - Polio Cured 50 - Cap disappears, Jinns appear 51 - The Scar 52 - Rain-water turning into pearls 53 - Degree of Japan 54 - After eighteen years 55 - Mouthful of Blood 56 - Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz & Bu Ali Shah Qalander 57 - Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai 58 - Water turned bitter 59 - Spiritual treatment of tumor 60 - Metaphysical or Paranormal 61 - An article 62 - Man’s Conscious Experience 63 - Time is the Past 64 - Past and Future 65 - What the senses are? 66 - Self Realization 67 - Knower of the Mysteries of Nature 68 - Attendance in Court of Muhammad PBUH 67 - Be! And it was 68 - A Letter 69 - Thousands year before 70 - The sun is center, not the Earth 71 - Freud’s Theory 72 - Parapsychology 73 - Parapsychology & psychology 74 - Publications 75 - رباعیات limitations don’t allow me to say and share Just a word that became a story No idea as to where from I come In dust is buried the man of dust Abandoned the flowing springs of wine, Every breath is a sip of wine for me When the body would be without life Hostile world, just a moment World is an artwork of magic What’s the outcome of a sip? Church, temple or the mosques Arch of light upon the forehead No one knows of their heads and crowns Life went by on earth in gloom, Every particle follows a typical growing Adam is confined in lines Scarcity of wine in the wine-shop All will contemplate one day Wine cup knows not Time favors you or not, bewail not ساقی ! ترا مخمور پئے گا سوبار کل روز ازل یہی تھی میری تقدیر ساقی ترے قدموں میں گزرنی ہے عمر 75.24 - آدم کا کوئی نقش نہیں ہے بے کار حق یہ ہے کہ بیخودی خودی سے بہتر جبتک کہ ہے چاندنی میں ٹھنڈک کی لکیر پتھر کا زمانہ بھی ہے پتھر میں اسیر مٹی سے نکلتے ہیں پرندے اڑ کر معلوم ہے تجھ کو زند گانی کا راز ؟ مٹی کی لکیریں ہیں جو لیتی ہیں سانس ہر چیز خیالات کی ہے پیمائش ساقی کا کرم ہے میں کہاں کامئے نوش 76 - Demise 77 - خانقاہ عظیمیہ 78 - Death Anniversary (Urs) 79 - Introduction of Silsila Azeemia & Rules & Regulations 80 - The color of Azeemi Spiritual Order 81 - سنگ بنیاد 82 - Khanwada-e-Salasil 83 - Tone 84 - Aims and Objectives 85 - Rules and Regulations
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