Download PDF: Did You Know – Hazrat Khwaja Nizaamuddeen Awliya Mahboobe Ilaahi & Hazrat Khwaja Ameer Khusroo – may Allah be pleased with them

Q:        Which Wali of Allah Almighty is known as Mahboobe Ilaahi?

A:        Hazrat Khwaja Nizaamuddeen Awliya – may Allah be pleased with Him.

 

Q:        Who said the famous Persian quote “Hunooz Dilli Door Ast” i.e. (Delhi is still far)

A:        Hazrat Mahboobe Ilaahi’s.

 

Q:        Where were his forefathers from?

A:        They were from Bukhara and at the time when there was Fitnah of Changez they settled in Lahore.

 

Q:        What was his father’s name?

A:        Hazrat Khwaja Sayyed Ahmed – may Allah be pleased with Him.

 

Q:        What was his mother’s name?

A:        Hazrat Bibi Zulaikha – may Allah be pleased with Her.

 

Q:        Where did his family settle in India?

A:        In the famous city of Badayoon, Utter Pradesh.

 

Q:        At what age did he arrive Delhi?

A:        When he was 16 years old.

 

Q:        What was his wife’s name?

A:        Hazrat Bibi Jannat – may Allah be pleased with Her.

 

Q:        What is the name of Hazrat Mahbeebe Ilaahi’s Peer and Murshid?

A:        Hazrat Khwaja Shaikh Fareeduddeen Ganj Shakar – may Allah be pleased with Them.

 

Q:        When did Hazrat Mahboobe Ilaahi pass away?

A:        In Rabee’ul Aakhir, year 725 A.H.

 

Q:        Where was he born?

A:        In Badayoon, U.P. The house where he was born is still there and it is now owned by a Hindu.

 

Q:        Whose Mazaar should one visit prior to visiting his Mazaar?

A:        The Mazaar of Hazrat Khwaja Ameer Khusroo – may Allah be pleased with Him.

 

Q:        When was Hazrat Khwaja Ameer Khusroo – may Allah be pleased with Him –

born?

A;        In 651 A.H.

 

Q:        What was His actual name?

A:        Abul Hasan.

 

Q:        What was His father’s name?

A:        Ameer Saifuddeen.

 

Q;        What was the name of his Peer and Murshid?

A:        Hazrat Khwaja Nizaamuddeen Awliya Mahbeebe Ilaahi – may Allah be pleased

With Them.

 

(Islami Ma’loomaat Ka Encyclopaedia p. 356-358)