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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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"It is narrated by Mu‘ādh bin Jabal that he heard the Messenger of Allāh (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) saying:

   Allāh the Exalted and Almighty said: ‘My love has been made obligatory for those two persons who love each other on My count and spend time together for My sake, and see each other for My sake and give money to each other generously for My sake.’"

This sahīh (sound) hadīth narrated by Mālik bin Anas in al-Muwattā, b. of sha‘ar (hair) ch.5 (2:954#16), and Ibn ‘Abd-ul-Barr said its chain is good. Ahmad bin Hambal also transmitted it in his Musnad (5:233); Hākim in al-Mustadrak (4:169), who graded it sahīh, and also confirmed by Dhahabī; Baghawī in Sharh-us-sunnah, (13:49-50#3463); Khatīb Tabrīzī in Mishkāt-ul-masābīh, b. of ādāb (good manners) ch.16 (3:75#5011). [src: Ch3 of Beseeching for Help, Tahir-ul-Qadri]