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Pirs of Pail-Piran are the decendents of Baha Ud Din Zakkariyya

aha-ud-din Zakariya’s Mausoleum in Multan

Hazrat Baha-ud-din Zakariya (Persian: بہاؤ الدین زکریا) was a Sufi of Suhrawardiyya order. His full name was Al-Sheikh Al-Kabir Sheikh-ul-Islam Baha-ud-Din Abu Muhammad Zakaria Al-Qureshi Al-Asadi Al Hashmi.Sheikh Baha-ud-Din Zakariya known as Bahawal Haq was born atKot Kehror, a town of Layyah District near Multan, Punjab,Pakistan around 1170.

His grand father Shah Kamaluddin Ali Shah Qureshi al Hashmiarrived Multan from Makkah en route to Khwarizm where he stayed for a short while. He was from the descendents of Asad Ibn Hashim the maternal grandfather of Hadhrat Ali ibn Abi Talib RA.Arrival of Habbarids(the descendents of Habbar bin Asad in Sindh): In Tariqat he was the disciple of Renowned Sufi Master ShaikhShahab al-Din Suhrawardi who awarded him Khilafat only after 17 days of stay at his Khanqaah in Baghdaad.

For fifteen years he went from place to place to preach Islam and after his wanderings Bahawal Haq settled in Multan in 1222.

  • His Shrine
  • Memorandum

His Shrine

Hazrat Baha-ud-din Zakariya died in 1267 and his mausoleum is located at Multan. The of mausoleum is a square of 51 feet 9 inches, measured internally. Above this is an octagon, about half the height of the square, which is surmounted by a hemispherical dome. The Mausoleum was almost completely ruined during the siege of 1848 by the British, but was soon afterwards restored by the Muslims.

Memorandum

A train is named after him, which runs between Karachi and Multan.

  • Largest university of South Punjab is also called Bahauddin Zakariya University.

Descendents of Hazrat Baha ud Din Zakkariyya are spread across Pakistan,and among them are Pirs of Pail-Piran(district Khushab),where descendents of one of his grandsons(Pir Ali Qatal) are settled,Bhera Sharif(district Sargodha),Pir da Khara & Karuli Piran(district Jhelum). Bahauddin Zakariya Multani was a Asadi Hashmi ( Descendent of Asad ibn Hashim) and he is truly called as Quraishi Asadi Hashmi.

Pir families of Pail-Piran

There are 3 main families of Hashmite Sadaat of Pail-Piran, all are descendents of Pir Khawja Noori- namely Fateh Shah-aal(Fatehshhaal), Daim Shah-aal(Daimshahhaal) and Kalay Shah-aal(Kalayal) with two sub families namely Sharaf Shah-aal(Sharafshhaal) and Sonay Shah-aal(Sonayshahhaal) who are closely related to the last two main families.Some of Pir families of Pail-Piran have moved to places like Karuli-Piran,Thoha Bahadur,Pir Khanwaal etc in Chakwal district.While Pirs of Bhera Sharif (district Sargodha) and Pir Da Khara(district Chakwal) are closely related to these families.

Silsala- E -Tarikat

Since the Piran E Pail are descendents of Hazrat Ba Ud din Zakkariyya- a disciple of Hazrat Shahab Ud Din Soharwardi,Baghdadi*, they follow Soharwardia,and fromFiqah school view point they are followers of Imam Abu Hanifah.

One of the able son of this family Late Pir Karam Shah El Azhari,of Bhera Sharif,had been instrumental in promoting the Hanafi Fiqah through his teachings and writings.He authored volumes of Tafseer E Quran(Zia ul Quran) and Seerah Paak (way of Prohhet Mohammad PBUH)-Zia Un Nabi.
*Sheikh Shahab-ud-din Muhammad Suhrawardi son of Abu Najib, was born in Suhraward and died in Baghdad.

Arrival and Rule (856-1026 CE) of Of Habbari Arab in Sindh

Arrival and Rule (856-1026 CE) of Habbari Arab in Sindh
Habbari dynasty ruled Sindh from 841 to 1024 C.E. Sindh was a province of Abbasid Caliphate. During the stuggle of dominance of Islamic world betwen Abassid and Fatimid Caliphate, Sindh became semi-independent under Arab ruler Aziz al-Habbari in 841 CE, though nominally remaining part of Abbasid Caliphate [1] [2] [3] The Hubbari ruled Sindh, Makran, Turan, Khuzdar and Multan from their capital city of Mansura. In 854 CE Abbasid caliph Al-Mutawakkil appointed Aziz al-Habbari governor of Sindh. Aziz al-Habbari was followed by his son Umar al-Habbari I. His son Abdullah al-Habbari succeded him and his grandson,Umar al-Habbari II was ruling when famous Arab historian Al-Masudi visited Sindh. Habbari dynasty ruled Sindh until 1024 (Khafif al-Habbari, last ruler of the Habbari dynasty).

Habbarid Dynasty introduced Coins with Arabic Script

Habbarid Dynasty(Amirs of Sind)

Ruler:
Abd al Rahman
Reigned:
c.950 AD
Denomination(Coin):
AR Damma
Obverse:
Arabic script
Reverse:
Arabic script
Reference:
Album 1494
Weight:
0.8 gms
Diameter:
10.4 mm
Habbarid (Amirs of Sind)

The Habbarids ruled in Sind from the 9th century to the 11th. Sind is in the north-west of the Indian sub-continent and today is part of Pakistan. It represents the greatest extent of the initial Arab expansion into the Indian sub-continent.

http://www.forumancientcoins.com/historia/coins/j1/j315.htm
http://in.geocities.com/ancientcoinsofindia/Sind/9.JPG

Family Tree of Pir Walayat Shah(Dr.Wali Pir) of Pail-Piran

  • Pir Walayat Hussain Shah
  • Pir Fateh Shah
  • Pir Farman Shah( sub Family Farman Shahall gets its name after him)
  • Pir Laal Shah
  • Pir Hassan Shah
  • Pir Ghulam Shah
  • Pir Mehboob Shah
  • Pir Fateh Shah( Family Fateh Shahaal gets its name after him)
  • Pir Ibn Shah
  • Pir Khawja Noori
  • Pir Ali Qattal Shah
  • Sheikh Sadar Ud Din
  • Sheikh Mohammad Yousaf(Pir Rukkan Ud Din)
  • Sheikh Imad Ud Din Mohammad
  • Sheikh Ruklkan Ud Din Ismail Samar Qandi
  • Sheikh Sadar Ud Din Mohammad Haji
  • Sheikh Imad Ud Din Ismail Shaheed
  • Sheikh Ul Islam Sadar Ud Din Arif Billah
  • Sheikh Ul Islam Hazrat Ghous Baha Ud Din Zakkariyya(Pir Baha Wul Haq)Multani
  • Sheikh Wajih Ud Din Shah Mohammad Ghous
  • Sheikh Kamal Ud Din Aba Bakar
  • Sultan Sheikh Jalal Ud Din
  • Sheikh Ali Qazi
  • Sheikh—Ud Din Shaeed
  • Sultan Hussain-Sultan Matrif
  • Sultan Hazeema
  • Sultan Abd Allah
  • Sultan Hazim
  • Amir Taj Ud Din El Matrif
  • Abd Ur rahman
  • Hazrat HabbarHabbaira Tul Assadi-The Habbari (the Habbarid Dynasty) get their name after him
  • Hazrat Asad
  • Hazrat Hashim(Hashmite Dynasty gets their name after him).

His elder brother Pir Ghulam Haider Shah left three sons Pir Asghar Hussain Shah,Pir Tanvir Hussain Shah and Syed Munir Hussain Shah. While Pir Walayat Shah left four sons Syed Sajid Hussain Shah,Dr.Syed Wajid Pirzada,Syed Majid Hussain Shah and Syed Zahid Hussain Shah.Yet other sources claim that Hazrat Habbar was son of Aswad>Matlib>Asad>Abd Ul Azza>Qussay>Kallab(Qureish-the Qureshi dynasty get their name after him) and not of Asad Bin Hazrat Hashim.They maintain that hazrat Asadf bin Hashim had no son.This was incorrect as an arabic account in book “Ansab ul Arab” shows Hanain as son of Asad.

وفاطمة بنت أسد بن هاشم بن عبد مناف، وهي من المهاجرات المبايعات؛ أم جميع ولد أبي طالب: علي، وجعفر وعقيل، وأم هانيء، وطالب، بني أبي طالب، وابن أخيها عبد الله بن
حنين بن أسد بن هاشم، لا عقب له.

Pir sahib Acha(Pir Haccha)

Pir sahib Acha(Pir Haccha) was one of the reverened decendents of Pir Sahib Khawja Noori of Pail-Piran.He was Wali-E-Kamil and Sahib-E- Karamat. He is buried in Pail-Piran in the family graveyard of Pir family on the main Chakwal-Khushab Road.A water well known as ‘Pir Haccha daa Choha’ is located close to Pail-Piran near village Kutcher, and many visitors use the water of the well as cure for skin diseases

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The sons and grandsons of Pir Walayat Shah(Dr.Wali Pir)

Late Pir Walayat Shah was younger to his brother late Pir Ghulam Haider Shah.The former has four sons:

  • Syed Sajid Hussain Shah and one grandson- Pirzada Zakariyya Walayat Shah
  • Dr. Syed Wajid Pirzada and four grandsons-Late Pirzada Zulkifle Walayat Shah(Awwal),Pirzada Sheharyar Walayat Shah,Pirzada Aitizaz Walayat Shah and Pirzada Daniyal Walayat Shah.
  • Pirzada Majid Hussain Shah and one grandson Pirzada Zulkifle Walayat Shah(Sani)
  • Pirzada Zahid Hussain Shah and one grandson Pirzada Fahad Walayat Shah

Late Pir Walayat Shah has three daughters married to:

  • Syed Abid Hussain Shah(Thoha Bahadur)- with three grandson: Syed Abbass Haider Shah,Syed qamar Abbass and Sbed Zain Ul Abidin.
  • Pir Feroze Shah,with grandsons Pirzada Muddassar Feroze Shah,Pirzada Qasim Feroze Shah,Pirzada Asim Feroze Shah and Pirzada Jaffar tayyar Shah.
  • Pir Munir Shah– with grandsons: Pirzada Mubbasshar Munir Shah and Pirzada Bassam Munir Shah.

Maternal grandfather of Syed Sajid Hussain Shah and his brothers & sisters is late Pir Muhammad Shah (Doolah Badshah) father of Pir Mohammad Zafar Iqbal Shah. Pir Mohammad Shah belonged to Aazam Shahal (sub familly of Pir FatehShahall) and was son of Pir Nadir Shah.

Pail-Piran on Soon Valley,District Khushab,Punjab,Pakistan’sCanvas

The ‘Soon Valley’ (Urdu: [‎[‎وادئ سون)]] or Soon Sakesar is located in the northwest of Khushab District, Punjab, Pakistan. Eeastern border of Soon Valley starts from Poodhrar village and western border land mark is Sakesar. The Sakesar is the highest mountain peak in the region, 5010 feet highest peak of the Salt Range. The valley is 35 mile long and 9 mile wide.Important towns in the valley are Pail-Piran,Naushahra, Chitta, Sabhral, Khoora, Nowshera, Kufri, Anga, UGALISHARIF, Mardwal, Dhadhar, Uchali and Bagh Shams-ud-Din. Kanhatti Garden, Sodhi Garden, Da’ep and Sakesar are resorts located in the valley. The Awan tribe is settled in Soon Valley. Pail-Piran village is home to Hashmite Sadaats-descendents of Baha ud Din Zakkariyya Multani. Rajpoot Janjua resides in the villages of Katha Saghraal and Katha Misraal, on the foothill of Salt Range, outside the Soon valley.

Information
Total villages = 31
Main villages = Padhrar, Pail-Piran, Naushahra,Ugalisharif,Mukrumi,Dhadhar, Mardwal, Kufri, Uchali, Khoora,Anga,Khabakki, kuradhi etc
Distance from Islamabad = 290 km
Distance from Sargodha = 110 km
Lakes = Ugalisharif& Uchali, Khabbaki, Jahlar, Khura Shrine=Baba Shikh Akbar din Of UgaliSharif = Roiza Mubarik Pir Khawaja Noori in Pail-Piran