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Salekur Rahman Rahe Bhanderi

Salekur Rahman Rahe Bhanderi during the last stage of his life

Salekur Rahman Rahe Bhanderi (1848–1968), was a Sufi saint and founder of the Rahe Bhander Sufi Order.[1][2] He appointed 18 Khalifa in Bangladesh, Myanmar, India and Belgium.

Contents

  • Life 1
  • Death 2
  • Legacy 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Life

Salekur Rahman Rahe Bhanderi born in 1848 AD (Ogrohayon 20, 1253 in Moulovi Bari, Rajanagar, Rangunia Thana (Rangunia Upazila), Chittagong District, Bangladesh. Genealogically he is a descendant of Mohammed.[3]

Death

He died in Moulovi Bari on December 22, 1968 AD (Poush 7, 1373) at the age of 120.[4]

Legacy

Thanks in part to Bhander's efforts, the Rahe Bhander Sufi Order is spread across Bangladesh, Myanmar, India and other parts of the world. Bhander's childhood home of Moulovi Bari is known better to his followers as Rahe Bhander Dorbar Sharif/ Rahe Bhander Raja Nagar Dorbar Sharif.[5]

See also

  • Universal Sufi Festival


References

  1. ^ "Bengali News Media: Chittagong Daily, Published on: December 18, 2013 Headline: ORS Sharif of the founder of Rahe Bhander Dorbar (রাহে ভান্ডার দরবারের প্রতিষ্ঠাতার ওরছ শরীফ)". 
  2. ^ "Bengali News Media: The Daily Suprobhat Bangladesh (দৈনিক সুপ্রভাত বাংলাদেশ), Headline: Sayed Salekur Rahman’s death anniversary has observed at Rahe Bhander Dorbar (রাহে ভাণ্ডার দরবারে সৈয়দ ছালেকুর রহমানের ওফাতবার্ষিকী পালিত). Published on: December 24, 2013". 
  3. ^ Monthly Magazine: Mashik Alok Dhara (মাসিক আলোক ধারা), Registration no.: 272, Edition: 5th issue of 7th Year, Page: 34, Author: Shamiron Acarjo, Title: Moulana Salekur Rahman Shah Rahe Bhanderi (K:) / মাওলালা ছালেকুর রহমান শাহ্ রাজনগরী (কঃ), Published on: May 2, 2002
  4. ^ "Bengali News Media: Daily Purbakon, Page 6th: Edication, Column: Release students from the political turmoil situation (রাজনৈতিক অস্থিতিশীলতা থেকে শিক্ষার্থীদের মুক্তি দিন). Published on: December 24, 2013". 
  5. ^ "Bengali News Media: Chittagong Daily (চিটাগং ডেইলি), Column: Role of a Sufi Saint at the initiation of Humanity and human rights organization’s appreciation (মানবতার দীক্ষা প্রচারে সাধকের ভূমিকা এবং মানবাধিকার সংস্থার মূল্যায়ন), Published on: December 21, 2013". 

External links

  • Official Website of Rahe Bhander Sufi Order Rahe Bhander Kadhurkhil Dorbar Sharif- The School of Mono-Theology


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