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Hadrat Ahmed Ziyaudheen Gumush Khanawi Naqshbandi-k.s.pdf

Hadrat Ahmed Ziyaudheen Gumush Khanawi Naqshbandi-k.s.pdf

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An internationally renowned, rare and famous Scholar of Islam, a true devotee and God-conscious man, an exemplary mujahid, Ahmed Ziyâuddîn Gumush-khanewi was a shaikh of shaikhs in the great path of Naqshibandiyya. He was so advanced that he was regarded as having developed a sub-branch in the Khalidiyya lineage of the Naqshbandiyya Sufi tariqa (order). He wrote a book to explain how love was the ultimate stage in Tasawwuf (Sufism), yet he refused fame, luxury and grandiosity. He summoned both learned-knowledge and inspired-knowledge; he kept Tasawwuf, Tariqa and Sharia together. He was very serious, dignified, and perfectly wise. He raised over one hundred perfect spiritual guides and educators. He was an expert on the hadith, kalam, jurispuridence and tasawwuf and wrote many books on these fields.

Ahmed Ziyauddin al-Gumush-khanewi lived in the 19th century when the Ottomans experienced major crises and turmoil. With his interpretation of the tariqa, with his tekke, and with his way of guidance, he drew a following of over one million disciples. Ottoman sultans revered him. He sent one hundred and sixteen deputies throughout the world. With all of these contributions, his reputation and influence still flourish in the circles of the Naqshbandiyya order.
An internationally renowned, rare and famous Scholar of Islam, a true devotee and God-conscious man, an exemplary mujahid, Ahmed Ziyâuddîn Gumush-khanewi was a shaikh of shaikhs in the great path of Naqshibandiyya. He was so advanced that he was regarded as having developed a sub-branch in the Khalidiyya lineage of the Naqshbandiyya Sufi tariqa (order). He wrote a book to explain how love was the ultimate stage in Tasawwuf (Sufism), yet he refused fame, luxury and grandiosity. He summoned both learned-knowledge and inspired-knowledge; he kept Tasawwuf, Tariqa and Sharia together. He was very serious, dignified, and perfectly wise. He raised over one hundred perfect spiritual guides and educators. He was an expert on the hadith, kalam, jurispuridence and tasawwuf and wrote many books on these fields.

Ahmed Ziyauddin al-Gumush-khanewi lived in the 19th century when the Ottomans experienced major crises and turmoil. With his interpretation of the tariqa, with his tekke, and with his way of guidance, he drew a following of over one million disciples. Ottoman sultans revered him. He sent one hundred and sixteen deputies throughout the world. With all of these contributions, his reputation and influence still flourish in the circles of the Naqshbandiyya order.

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