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Shareef Zandani

Shareef Zandani aka Nooruddin, was an early day Sufi Saint, a successor to Maudood Chishti, thirteenth link in the Sufi Silsilah of Chishti Order, and the peer of Usman Harooni.

He was born around 492 Hijri in a city Zandanah, Iraq.

He died around 3-10 Rajab 612 Hijri. He is buried in Qunooh, Syria.

Spiritual Lineage

The traditional silsila (spiritual lineage) of the Chishti order is as follows

  1. 'Alī ibn Abī Ṭālib (Ali, the cousin of Muhammad)
  2. Al-Ḥasan al-Baṣrī (d. 728, an early Persian Muslim theologian)
  3. 'Abdul Wāḥid Bin Zaid Abul Faḍl (d. 793, an early Sufi saint)
  4. Fuḍayll ibn 'Iyāḍ Bin Mas'ūd Bin Bishr al-Tamīmī
  5. Ibrāhīm bin Adham (a legendarly early Sufi ascetic)
  6. Ḥudhayfah al-Mar'ashī
  7. Amīnuddīn Abū Ḥubayrah al-Baṣrī
  8. Mumshād Dīnwarī Al Alawi
  9. Abu Ishaq Shamī chishti (d. 940, founder of the Chishti order proper)
  10. Abu Abdaal Chishtī
  11. Naseruddin Abu Muhammad Chishtī
  12. Abu Yusuf Nasar-ud-Din Chishtī (d. 1067)
  13. Qutab-ud-Din Maudood Chishtī (Abu Yusuf's son, d. 1139)
  14. Haji Sharif Zindani (d. 1215CE, 612H)

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