Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Hussaini Suharwardi

Hazrath Syed Shah Baba Hyder Auliya Hussaini Suharwardi (R.A)  

Hazrath Syed Shah Baba Hyder Auliya Hussaini Suharwardi (Rahmatullah Alayh) is a 12th century Sufi saint of Suharwardi order. He was the disciple of Hazrath Tabr-e-Aalam Baadshah Nathar Vali (Rahmatullah Alayh), of Tirchy. His mausoleum is located in Mulbagal, Kolar District, Karnataka.  Hazrath Baba Hyder-e-Safdar vali (Rahmatullah Alayh), was original name was Syed Ismail who was a king of Sabhunat, Iran. After renouncing the world , he was inducted into Surwardy Sufi order by his spiritual master, Hazrth Baba Nathar Wali of Tirchy.  When Baba Hyder-e-Safdar came to India during the regime of Gayasuddin Balaban in Delhi and Halebeedu Hoysala in Southern India. He settled in Mulbagal along with 300 qalandars and his companions, Hazrath Haji Makki and Hazrath Baba Syed Fatehullah Shaheed, and began to spread the word of the Suharwardy Order.  Baba died in 1269 (11th of Rajab, 668 Hijri). Baba Hyder-e-Safdar (R.A)’s first Urs sandal was anointed by Syedual Aaarifien Sultanul Masakin Qutubul Aqtaab Hazrath Syedna Khwaja Baba Fakruddin (Rahmatullah Alayh) of Penukonda who was also a desciple of Hazrath Baba Nathar Vali (Rahmatullah Alayh). Dargah of Baba Hyder Wali is revered as Saani chowk for Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh regions by fakirs and the abode of Hazarath Baba Fakhruddin (R.A) is Sadar Chowk for these regions. His mausoleum is visited by people of all faith and religion.  Ursof Hazrath Baba Hyder-e-Safdar (Rahmatullah Alayh) is celebrated every year on 11th of Rajab (according to Lunar calendar) which is witnessed by thousands and lakhs of people from various parts of India.