These are the photographs of Hazrat Shahedallah Qadri
Rehmatullah Alai in Tekmal , this village is 112 kms distance from Hyderabad city & it’s near Medak district.
Hazrat came from baghdad sharif on the direction of Hazrat Ghausul Azam Raziallahutaala,
Mausoleum of his Sufi master Hazrat Shah
Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Qadiri at Tekmal.
Hazrat Sayyid Sahib Hussaini is the disciple of Hazrat Shaheedullah Hussaini and on his insistence he moved to Tekmal and is buried there.
Sayyid Sahib Husayni
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Sufi and Muslim Scholar
Name: Sayyid Sahib Husayni
Title: Qadiri ,
Birth: 1805 CE (1219 AH) in Tekmal
Death: January 9, 1880 CE (26 Muharram 1297 AH) in Tekmal
Maddhab: Sunni Sufi
School tradition: Qadiriyyah
Main interests: Sufism
Influences: Disciple of Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Qadiri
Hazrat Sayyid Sahib Husayni born 1805 – Parda January 9, 1880), was a famous Sufi saint from Hyderabad State and had a great influence over spiritual developments in the Deccan area. He belonged to Qadiri Order, and was a great proponent of the concept of Wahdat al-Shuhood.
Sahib Husayni was a murid (disciple) of the noted Sufi saint of Hyderabad, Hazrat Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Qadiri, who also belonged to the Qadiri Order.
As per the family tree preserved in the family records, Sayyid Sahib Husayni was a direct descendent of Prophet Muhammad through his daughter Fatimah and Ali ibn Abi Talib. The thirteenth in line from their descent was the famous sufi Shaikh Abdul Qadir Gilani, who founded the Qadiri Order and Sayyid Sahib Husayni is his direct descendent. Sayyid Sahib Husayni belongs to the forty-first generation after Fatimah.
He was born Sayyid Sahib Husayni in Tekmal in 1805. His father was Sayyid Abdur Razzaq who was also initiated into the Qadiri Order. This was during the period of the Nizam Mir Akbar Ali Khan Sikander Jah, Asaf Jah III of Hyderabad State.
Sahib Husayni moved to Hyderabad city at the age of 14 to pursue his higher education and remained there for five years despite financial pressures. He was determined to acquire the knowledge of religious and worldly sciences. In 1824, he was forced to return to Tekmal due to illness and death of his father. That is when he realized that he had not been able to acquire the knowledge of spiritual awareness from his father who was very advanced in these matters.
Sayyid Sahib Husayni lamented this for a long time. Eventually he claims to have had dreams in 1825 which his father appeared and advised him to become the disciple of Hazrat Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Qadiri, who was a famous Sufi of his times in Hyderabad. Therefore, he sought out this great sufi, and became his disciple the following year in 1826. The same year, Hazrat Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Qadiri appointed Sayyid Sahib Husayni as his “khalifa” (successor). Having acquired this status, Sahib Hussaini returned home to Tekmal.
During the upcoming years, Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Qadiri visited his khalifah Sayyid Sahib Husayni a number of times in Tekmal. During one such visit in 1831, he also granted the title of “sajjadah” to Sayyid Sahib Husayni.
In 1833, Shah Muhammad Maroof Shahidullah Qadiri visited Tekmal again, and proclaimed that he would die in that town, and be buried there. A place for his grave was determined. He came again the following year in 1834 and expired and is buried in Tekmal according to his will. His death occurred on 2 Sha’aban 1249 Hijri. Twenty one years later in 1854, Sayyid Sahib Husayni had a mausoleum constructed over the tomb of his master.
Sayyid Sahib Husayni died in Tekmal in the year 1880 and his buried there. He left behind 5 sons and one daughter as follows:
Sayyid Ahmad Badshah Qadiri (who became his successor), 1833-1907
Sayyid Maroof Badshah Qadiri, d.1910
Sayyid Yasin Badshah Qadiri, d. 1914
Sayyid Muhyi-uddin Badshah Qadiri
Sayyid Abdul Qadir Badshah Qadiri
Sahibni Bi (daughter) who was married to Khwaja Qiyamuddin
Sayyid Sahib Husayni is remembered for the number of development works he initiated in and around Tekmal. Among the projects he undertook, the following ones are of key importance:
Establishment of Madrasah-e-Husayniya in 1827. This complex was funded out of his own money, and has continued to be the most important institution to impart education in Tekmal. This institution was considered to be one of the prime educational institutions in the State of Hyderabad, and its graduates were in great demand.
Establishment of the Tekmal Mosque in 1827. It is one of the largest mosques in the district.
Digging of sweet water wells in different parts of Tekmal region for the benefit of the common people.
Sayyid Sahib Husayni wrote a number of books on aspects of Sufism.
His other famous works are the following books in Persian and Urdu languages:
Masnawi Shahid-ul-Askar – This book is a commentary on book Khatimah written by Khwaja Bande Nawaz
Shawahid-i Husayni – This book covers a number of subjects. It has chapters on the Islamic creed, Islamic jurisprudence, issues of Sufism, guidance on the Sufi path, worship, day to day affairs, and methods of entering into the remembrance of Allah.
Shahid-ul-Wujud – This book was originally written in Persian and translated into Urdu by Prof. Syed Ataullah Hussaini, Karachi, 1986. It covers aspects of Sufi thought.
Nukat-i Shahid – This book covers answers to questions raised by his disciples among other subjects.
Maktub-i Husayni – This is a compilation of his letters.
Farhang-i Husayni – This is a primer on Persian grammar and language, and it has been used for decades in many parts of Hyderabad State for the teaching of Persian language. This was the first book he wrote. It was written during the years 1827 and 1831.
Sayyid Sahib Husayni is a direct descendent of the Prophet Muhammad. His family lineage is as follows, which also indicates how his ancestors moved to India and eventually to Tekmal:
Fatima, daughter of Prophet Muhammad, d. 632
Hasan ibn Ali, d. 670
Abu Saleh Musa
Abdul Qadir Gilani, 1077-1166
Sayyid Tajuddin Abdur Razzaq Qadiri, 1135-1207, moved to Syria
Sayyid Abu Saleh Imaduddin Nasar Qadiri, d. 1236
Sayyid Abu Nasar Shamsuddin Qadiri, d. 1259
Sayyid Abdullah Qadiri
Sayyid Ibrahim Qadiri Ilahabadi, moved to Ilahabad, India in mid-14th cent. during reign of Firuz Shah Tughlaq
Sayyid Jafar Qadiri
Sayyid Muhammad Qadiri
Sayyid Abdul Ghaffar Qadiri
Sayyid Muhammad Qadiri
Sayyid Abdur Ra’uf Qadiri
Sayyid Abdul Wahhab Qadiri
Sayyid Quresh Qadiri
Sayyid Abul Fatah Hidayatullah Qadiri
Sayyid Sultan ul Muwahhidin Qadiri
Sayyid Hameed Qadiri
Sayyid Abdul Malik Qadiri
Sayyid Umar Qadiri
Sayyid Ahmad Qadiri
Sayyid Ali Mas`ud Qadiri
Sayyid Awliya Qadiri
Sayyid Abul Hasan Qadiri
Sayyid Ahmad Qadiri
Sayyid Jamalullah Qadiri Ilahabadi
Sayyid Abdul Wahid Qadiri, d.1715 at Jogipet (migrated to Hyderabad Deccan in 1702).
Sayyid Shukrullah Qadiri, d. 1745 at Tekmal
Sayyid Abdul Wahid Sani Qadiri, d. 1800 at Tekmal
Sayyid Abdur Razzaq Qadiri, d. 1823 at Tekmal
Sayyid Sahib Husayni Qadiri, 1805-1880 at Tekmal
^ See History of Takemal Dargah by Syed Ahmed Quadri, Hyderabad, 1978, pp 4-5 for the complete list of ancestors of Sayyid Sahib Husayni.
^ Shajar Ghawsiya tekmal mein, by Syed Ahmed Quadri, Hyderabad, 1977, page 59.