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3. Hazrat Salman al-Farsi t


[to be translated in English]

خاکِ طیبہ میں ملوں خکِ وطن کو چھوڑ کر

[to be translated in English]

حضرتِ سلماں محبّ مسطفےٰ کے واسطے

- Extracts from Sijra-ay-Tayyiba - Shiekh Syed Mahmood Hassan Rizvi (Rehmat'ullah Alaiyh)
حضرت سیدمیاں محمّد حسن محمود رضوی نقشبدی مجددی عزیزی رحمتاالله علیه

Translation to English by Anwar-un-Nabi [please forgive any mistakes]

Hazrat Salmān Fārsī, may Allah be pleased with him, was one of the companions of the Final Prophet Muhammad sall-Allahu alaihi wa-sallam. He passed away on 10th Rajab 33 AH (4/5 February 654 CE). His shrine is located in Mada’in, Iraq, which is visited by millions of people every year.

The next in the Naqshbandī Mujaddidī Tāhirī spiritual golden chain is Imām Qāsim ibn Muhammad ibn Abū-Bakr.

Related Books

Seerat Salman Farsi (Urdu) by Allama Fazl Ahmed Arif, 2011 (265 pages)

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Salman al-Farisi
May Allah Be Well Pleased With Him

"My heart has become able to wear all forms:
A pasture for gazelles, a monastery for monks,
A temple for idols, the Ka`ba of the pilgrims,
The tablets of Torah, the Book of Qur'an.
I profess the religion of Love.
Whatever direction its mount may take,
Love is my Religion and my Belief."
Ibn `Arabi, Tarjuman al-ashwaq.

Salman al-Farisi is known as the Imam, the Flag of Flags, the Inheritor of Islam, the Wise Judge, the Knowledgeable Scholar, and One of the House of the Prophet . These were all titles the Prophet gave him. He stood fast in the face of extreme difficulties and hardships to carry the Light of Lights and to spread the secrets of hearts to lift people from darkness to light. He was a noble companion of the Prophet . He reported sixty of his sayings.

 "Truly, Allah does not remove Sacred Knowledge by taking it out of servants, but rather by taking back the souls of Islamic scholars [in death], until, when He has not left a single scholar, the people take the ignorant as leaders, who are asked for and who give Islamic legal opinion without knowledge, misguided and misguiding"

(Sahih Bukhari - Fath al-Bari, 1.194, hadith 100) [src: suhba.org]