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It is also the older form of Nizari Ismaili practice originating from the Kutch community of Gujarat. Pir Sadardin gave the first converts to Ismailism the name 'Satpanth' because they were the followers of the 'True Path.
Here Khoja is totally distinguished from those of other castes. It is important to note that Satpanth can be described as a synthesis of Hindu and Ismailism as most followers claim they are Hindus and retain their Hindu names, mainly under the fear of being ex-communicated make out caste by their majority Hindu brethren from the same community. Satpanth is riddled with Hindu symbolism and use of Sanskrit words and also stories of various Avatars, outwardly.
While the central message of Satpanth has always been of Islam. It is a vehicle of converting Hindus to Islam, designed intelligently in such a way that a convert slowly adopts Islamic values as he sheds Hindu religious symbols. Critics claim this is used to hide their true "Islamic" agenda of converting Hindus into Islam by using the doctrine of Taqiyaa, to confuse, divide, conceal and to fool people to make them believe that Satpanth is a Hindu sect.
Nobody has right to question the use of this money. Recently, in order to remove confusion caused by some of the preachers of Satpanth, who started propagating Satpanth to be part of Hindu religion, the highest authority in Hindu religion the main and true all 4 four Shankaracharya Maths established by his holi highness Adi Shankaracharya, have certified in writing that Satpanth is not a Hindu religion.
The people of the Satpanth consist mostly of high-caste converts of Lohana origin. Others are from Rajputmerchant, and farming castes of Kadva Patel community belonging to Kutch Gujarat. Some are migrants from neighbouring Indian states—including Madhya Pradeshthe Punjab and Rajasthan —who now reside in Gujarat mainly the Kutch and commercial areas and Mumbai.
Some communities are known to adhere strictly to the practice of taqiyyahiding any and all Islamic content of their faith. Many from the northern Rabari community are also of this faith.
Followers of Satpanth are also present in significant numbers in Jalgaon, Nandurbar and Dhule districts of Northern Maharashtra, which are part of Leva Patidar and Gujar communities. Notably, most of the followers of Satpanth are Hindus, making it a unique place where Islamism and Hinduism come together. The current head of the mainstream Satpanth is Sri Nanakdasji Maharaj, disciple of his precedent Late Sri Karshandasji Maharaj, who transformed Satpanth and converted it into one of Gujarat's Muslim sect.
The Dargah of Pir Babar Sheikh Auliya: Hatis, Ratnagiri
Satpanth followers, called Mureedsbelieve that the physical form of the Imam is merely a vessel for the spiritual Imam which is Noor or eternal light. They also believe that his farmans proclamationshis shabd word and his formless being are the real Imam.It is said that he lived about years. It is also the birth place of Guru Nanak Sahib. Talwandi is currently in Pakistan. Moreover, he writes that Budhan Ali was a man of high character. This dargah is not only quite globally famous but also associated with two of the most prominent Sikh Gurus.
Pir Baba was very religious and pious since his childhood. He was also a sufi saint. His resting place is in Jammu, a city in an Indian state of Kashmir. However, this Dargah is mostly visited by the people of all religions but Muslims and Sikhs keep visiting throughout the year.
Evil spirits are the spirits which are considered unsatisfied and these spirits usually target humans to get the satisfaction, if someone is occupied by evil spirits it is very difficult to get away from it. This shrine is also very famous for protecting the people of the Jammu city from mishaps and any other evil spirits. The founder and the first of the ten Gurus of Sikhism was Guru Nanak.
His birth place is Punjab which is now part of Pakistan.
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Guru Nanak and Pir Budhan Ali Shah were very close to each other because they both had a common birth place. This brotherhood is very famous among all the devotees, however Guru Nanak and Baba Shamsuddin met on different occasions several times but once Guru Nanak invited Baba Shamsuddin to Anandpur Sahib Pakistan and suggested him to stay there but Pir Budhan Ali Shah declined saying that two swords cannot be kept in one scabbard.
Then, in a miracle no less, the lion itself paid respect to Guru Nanak. Peer baba then ordered the lion to milk the goats and offered the milk to Guru Nanak, but he refused to drink the milk and told that he will drink this on sixth Padshahi padshahi is the reign of guru. Pir baba was concerned that he may not live that long as he was quite old at that time.
So Guru Nanak blessed him a longer life and told him to keep trust. After this peer baba offered him fresh and warm milk. The authenticity of above story is, of course, unverified. Guru Hargobind Ji has paid a visit to the tomb of Peer Baba Shah and hence the origin of the said tradition. This is referred to as Khanqah-e-Budhan Ali Shah. State records have the registration of this shrine under this title. His original grave is said to be in Kiratpur. He was buried there according to his wish.
In the courtyard are the graves of the goats and the lions. Few of the devotees brought handful of mud from the tomb at Kiratpur and raised this shrine in Jammu and built a tomb on it. These were the two great saints who migrated to Jammu before Satwari wale Peer Baba, in 15th century who was the one of the Muslim holy men who reached here before the Muslims invaders.
The small portion of the shrine was pulled down due to the construction of the Jammu airport runway.Hatis is a small village in Ratnagiri on the western coast of Maharashtra Konkan and is well known among Konkani Muslims for hosting a prominent Sufi shrine Dargah. After arriving in Hatis, I encountered a small booklet that was sold at the Dargah prepared by the largely Hindu village administrative committee describing the Sufi saint and his importance.
The selective use of Sufi pop mysticism is therefore utilized to create a spectacle of Hindu secularism at Hatis that showcases its toleration of Muslims. The committee, all its official membership positions, and its entire board of trustees is completely dominated by members of the Nagvekar clan.
There is no mosque or Muslim there today and the booklet requires us to believe that Sufi practices at a large Dargah takes place in isolation of Islam or Muslims. Muslims from other villages are markedly absent from the village committee that administratively controls the Dargah. I asked a few people about the absence of Muslims, while conducting interviews in shops around the Dargah. The shopkeepers repeatedly side-stepped my question by answering that Ibrahimpattan was only 7 km away and a 10 minute bus-ride.
I gradually began understanding that they were obliquely telling me that the Muslims of Ibrahimpattan were associated with Hatis. Although I could not verify this loaded question too directly, I asked what interest the Muslims of Ibrahimpattan could have in Hatis. It was possible for example that the original Muslims of Hatis were the current Ibrahimpattan-kars. The Bollywood plot feels complete.
My criticism is leveled against the utilization of Dargahs and Sufi practices as Hindu nationalist adjuncts that display Hindu syncretism or secularism but in the process overwrite and obliterate Sufi Islam by alienating Muslim believers. Shankh- Bhairiyour musical instruments ring out! Ring out! O Babar Sheikh! Salutations to you! From the whole village! From this music group! Hatis is a small village situated on the banks of the Kajali River, only at a distance of 18 km from Ratnagiri.
There are forested groves of mango, jackfruit and cashew growing on its slopes as tiled village houses can be seen interspersing these trees. The whole village settled over an area of 14 acres must be considered the smallest village in the whole world.
The picturesque setting near the banks of the Kajali River is replete with plantations of coconut, betel nut and rice.
It is as if Bhairi Jugai at the eastern side and Pir Babar Sheikh Maharaj presiding on the western side of the village hold the entire area of the village under a protective umbrella of joy and peace. The Kajali River flows from the east to the west of the village, which is flanked on its neighboring side by Tonde.The people of the Indian subcontinent had a first glimpse of the eternal spiritual love in the form of the widely revered Sufi Saint, Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishti R.
This website is dedicated to him. His shrine is a congregation of all faiths. People from all walks of life, all religions, every caste and creed find equal solace and fulfilment of their inner desires at this Holy Shrine.
And when true love is evident, the prayers get answered even before they are made. Such is the power of love and devotion. Tumhari Zaat Say Hamara bada tallukh hai Kay hum gharib badey tum badey gharib nawaz.Peer Baba live !! सच्चे पीर की सच्ची कहानी !! #PEERBABA
His closeness to Khwaja was such that even his shrine is on the right-hand side of the holy shrine of Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz. This privileged legacy is evident in Peer Baba's love for Khwaja and devotion to his principles. Peer Baba's selfless love and ageless wisdom have the power to take you on a unique spiritual path that very few in today's world believe even exists. And all that he asks for in return is your love for Khawaja without whom this journey would never be possible.
Syed SamIr Chisti Shah. He has always endeavoured to bring together people with the message of love and devotion in the eternal pursuit of truth. This website is a gesture of the gratefulness of some very blessed and fortunate followers of Sufi Peer Baba who thank Allah, his Prophet and Holy Khwaja Gareeb Nawaz to have given them this destiny. So, brothers and sisters, we invite you to come and witness this ultimate experience of human existence that will redefine your relationship with Allah, his prophet and his saints.
In the process, you will not only witness an end to all your sufferings or enjoy the fulfilment of your desires but above all end-up with a heart that is content with peace and filled with the love for Allah, his Prophet and Holy Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz.
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An exquisite example of Indo-Islamic Architectureassociated with legends about doomed lovers, the dargah contains the tomb of Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. Hailing from Bukharain present-day UzbekistanBukhari travelled around the world in the early to mid 15th century, and eventually settled in present-day Mumbai. According to legends  surrounding his life, once the saint saw a poor woman crying on the road, holding an empty vessel.
He asked her what the problem was, she sobbed that her husband would thrash her as she stumbled and accidentally spilled the oil she was carrying. He asked her to take him to the spot where she spilt the oil. There, he jabbed a finger into the soil and the oil gushed out. The overjoyed woman filled up the vessel and went home. Full of remorse and grief from that day he became very serious and was not keeping well. Then with the permission of his mother he traveled to India with his brother and finally reached the shore of Mumbai — near Worli or at some place opposite the present tomb.
His brother went back to their native place. Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari sent a letter with him to their mother informing her that he was keeping good health and that he had decided to reside at that place permanently for the spread of Islam and that she should forgive him. Until his death he kept spreading knowledge about Islam to the people and his devotees would regularly visit him.
Before his death he advised his followers that they should not bury him at any proper place or graveyard and should drop his shroud 'kafan' in the ocean such that it should be buried by the people where it is found. His wish was obeyed by his followers.
The Dargah of Pir Babar Sheikh Auliya: Hatis, Ratnagiri
That is why the Dargah Sharief is built at the very site where his shroud came to rest in the middle of the sea where it perched on a small mound of rocks rising above the sea. The Tomb and Dargah Sharief were built in the years to come. On Thursdays and Fridays, the shrine is visited by an enormous number of pilgrims. Irrespective of faith and religion, people visit the dargah to get the blessings of the legendary saint.
Sometimes, especially on Fridays, various Sufi musicians perform a form of devotional music called Qawwali at the dargah. The Dargah is built on a tiny islet located meters from the coast, in the middle of Worli Bay,  in the vicinity of Worli. The edifice is a brilliant specimen of the Indo-Islamic style of architecture. The islet is linked to the city precinct of Mahalakshmi by a narrow causeway, which is nearly a kilometre 0.