Hazrat Pir Khwaja Allah Bakhsh
The true spiritual guide of his times
Ghulam Murtaza Abbasi
The urdu poets says the flowers Narciguss weeps for thousand years,
over it's unrecognized merits until, rarely a minutely observing person takes
Hazrat Sohn Sain held unique personalty having no parallel in his times.
Hazrat Sahib's noble father died when he was only nine months old. Hazrat sahib
was looked after and brought up by the noble and pious mother. No doubt the
beauty is always with the mothers. I saw Hazrat Sahib with a bundle of dry
sticks on the head for the mother to cook food. He was always very humble to the
mother. She used to give lot of blessings every now and then. Hazrat Sahib
received the elementary education at th native place, Khanwahan.
He acquired the religious knowledge at Bhirira city of Naushahro, district and
at Warah in district Larkana. Hazrat Sahib was very much different from his
companies. He would not undress him self while taking bath is near by canal.
He was the true followers of his spiritual guide Hazrat Pir Ghafari, who
originally belonged to Seraiki region, Bahawalpur and after wards settled in
Sindh blessing be upon him. On the death of Hazrat Pir Ghaffari there was
canfusion created about the adorning though there was clear verdict about Hazrat
Sohna Sain to be the true heir of the mystic crowning. It was the occasion when
loftiness of Hazrat Sohna Sain attended the highest top when he agreed to the
advise of some gracious people to migrate from the place of discontent.
The fore most work of Hazrat Sohna Sain was to send his high rank followers to
preach among university and college students. They visited Liaqat Medical
college, Sindh university JamShoro and Agriculture university Tandojam.
Gradually the student became so followers of teachings of Hazrat Sohna Sain.
They would offer five times prayers regularly, observe fasts, keep noble
character, respect teachers and parents ad very hard working in the stuides and
taking positions in the examination. Even today we have Roohani Tulba Jamaat the
symbol and examplematory organization of students. Per Ghaffari Sahib was not so
in favours of Madarsahs fearing that students may indulge in bad habits. But our
Hazrat Sohna Sain established more than one main Madarsahs with many branches in
Sindh and Punjab. Now people can say that Tahiri Jamaat has so many learned Ulma
and Huffaz who preach, lead prayers and teach in madarsahs.
Hazrat Sohna Sain's message was message of Islam and message of Islam is message
of love, peace and safety. Hazrat Sahib tried to bring all Islamic sects to come
and work on one platform to for ward the soul of Islamic teachings to the whole
world. Hazrat Sahib met late Mufti Mahmood who became after wards the chief
minister of N.W.F.P. Even the present leader of opposition in N.A was at that
time young and attended. Hazrat Saohna Sain. Hzrat sahib used to say that Muslim
do not liar life according to Islam way of life, keep them selves busy in
material aims. About the world here after they say that Allah The Almighty is
the most forgiving. He would say, of cause, it is so but He is also the
sustainer. Then why to be worried about subsistence.
Hazrat Sahib's message for all is to lead simple life with noble ideas and
deeds. He established Jamaat Islahulmuslimeen for welfare of both the worlds.
This Jamaat works in whole of Pakistan at village, town, talka, district and
provincial levels with the center @ Dargah Allah Abad Shareef, Kandiaro.
If we want to see the work of noble mission of Hazrat Sohna Sain then your are
cordially invited to come, meet and hear Hazrat Sajan Sain who is his true heir.
The chip of the old block. He resides at Dargah Allah Abad Shareef Kandiari.
Hazrat Sohna Sain arranged to establish at least two villages in Sindh, Faqir
pur Shareef and Allah Abad Shareef, where every thing was carried on according
to Islamic teachings and principles of Naqashbandi dynasty. In each village
there are about 40 houses. All the residents are supposed to be true followers
of the prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon Him).