Muḥammad Bādshāh Siddīqī Qādrī

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Muḥammad Bādshāh Siddīqī Qādrī
Hazrat Abul-Qāsim ʿAbd-ul-Baṣeer Muḥammad Bādshāh Siddīqī Qādrī (Muslim)
Muhammad Badshah
Hazrat Abul-Qāsim ʿAbd-ul-Baṣeer Muḥammad Bādshāh Siddīqī Qādrī (Muslim)
Order Qādrī
Madh'hab Hanafi
Born 1908 (15 Shaban 1326) Hijri
Phattargatti, Hyderabad, India
Passed away 1990 (10 Shawwal 1409) Hijri (82 years)
Siddiq Gulshan, Bahaddurpura, Hyderabad, India
Resting place Siddiq Gulshan, Bahaddurpura, Hyderabad, India
Title(s)

Muḥammad Bādshāh, Aashiq-e-Rasūl, Ghulām-un-Nabi,

Sāhib-ul-Fadhl, Sāhib-ul-Aathār, Sāhib-us-Sayf, Sāhib-ul-Aurād


Muḥammad Bādshāh Siddīqī Qādrī (1908-1990) was a Sufi and a poet from Hydrabad, India.


Contents

Biography

Early Life

Education & Training

Death

Students

Spiritual Successors

Works

Aurād, Adhkār, Du'ās and Durood

Shaykh Muhammad compiled many Du'ās in Arabic for success in many different purposes and goals of life and hereafter. he also compiled some books of Wird, Dhikr and Durood in Arabic. they are as follows:

  • Dhikrullāh - a compilation of Dhikr and Du'ās excerpted from the verses of the Quran, the Prophetic narrations and the names of Allah (Subhanahu wa ta'ala).
  • Maghzan-ur-Raḥmah - a collection of daily Aurād and some du'ās he wrote.
  • Ad'iyatul Akhyār - a compilation of Tasbihāt, Tamjidāt and Tayyibāt, and their Fadhā`il.
  • Tuḥfatul 'Ushshāq - a collection of 11 Salawāt (Durood) he wrote, it has been published by his second son and Ja-i-Nasheen Muḥammad Siddīq Siddīqī Qādrī.
  • Aurād-un-Nabī -
  • Al-Adhkār -

Poetry

He was an accomplished poet and wrote in Urdu and Arabic, Although he wrote many Hamd and Manqabat, most of his poetry consists of Na'at due to his love for The Prophet (Sallallahu alayhi wa sallam), Some of his poetry was published by the title of Guldasta-e-Muhammadi.

Shajrat-us-Salāsil

Shaykh Muhammad made a comprehensive Spiritual and Genealogical tree of his father and murshid Muhammad Abdul Qadeer Siddiqi Qadri and his Shuyukh, his spiritual chains reach the Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) through 10 Sahaba (Radhiyallāhu anhum) and many great Auliyā-ullāh (Rahmatullāhi 'alaihim), having Bayat and khilāfah in 21 Salāsil. Shaykh Muhammad completed the Shajrah after 25 years of extensive research and hard work, and inaugurated it on the hundredth birth anniversary of his father (27/Rajab/1388).

Martial arts

He also wrote a book on the stances and katas of Latt (Staff) and Binnot (A near extinct Indian Martial art) which were taught to him by his father

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