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    پیر ایرانی


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    Syed Mustafa Sibghatullah ShahIrani Religion Other names Personal Born Died Senior posting Based in Title Period in office Predecessor Successor
    Tomb of Pir Irani
    Islam, Mystic Mustafai Sufi order
    Pir Irani
    23 March 1900 Iran
    27 December 1986 Hyderabad, Pakistan
    Hyderabad
    Pir Irani
    20th century
    Baba Ji Khawaja Muhammad Qasim Sadiq (Mohra Sharif)
    Hazrat Haji Pir Bux Bhutto Mustafai, Hazrat Hassan Ali Hamirani Mustafai, Hazrat Ghulam Mustafa Bhutto Mustafai.

    Hazrat Pir Syed Mustafa Sibghatullah Shah Irani (1900–1986), popularly known as Pir Irani, was a Sufi saint who was the Khalifa of Hazrat Baba Ji Khawaja Muhammad Qasim of Mohra Sharif. He gained spiritual light from Hazrat Baba Ji Khawaja Muhammad Qasim Sadiq of Mohra Sharif. His father named him as Sibghatullah, and mother liked the name Mustafa. He got the Title "Pir Irani" from his Murshid Hazrat Baba Ji Khawaja Muhammad Qasim Sadiq of Mohra Sharif. He was born in Iran and belonged to a noble and influential Syed family. His ancestors were associated with Shahanshah Iran dynasty from centuries. After getting basic education, he graduated from military academy. Reza Shah Pahlavi called him and assigned the job of Assistant to General Auditor. After the war of Ispahan, he become close aide of Reza Shah Pahlavi . His interest in Sufism or taṣawwuf (Arabic: تصوّف) compelled him to look for a guide Mushid or Pir. He got his initial training Sulook from Hazrat Aaka Shams-ul-urfa at Tehran, Iran. After one year of his spiritual education Sulook, his master Murshid directed him "Pir Irani" to seek further spiritual education from Hindustan "India". He started his journey towards Hindustan, while traveling, he met with Hazrat Khizer Al-Khidr A.S who guided him towards Baba Ji Khawaja Muhammad Qasim Sadiq. He got his spiritual Education from 1930 till 1938 at Mohra Sharif . He got khilafat or Ijaza in sufi orders especially named four Sufi orders i.e. Naqshbandi, Suhrawardiyya, Chishti Order, Qadiriyyah. He was then sent to Sindh, Pakistan to preach and guide others.

    Pir Irani remained at Hyderabad and guided thousands of Murids. He died on 27 December 1986 at Hyderabad and rested at mustafaiya shareef, Shadi Shaheed Khairpur Mirs.

    Silsila-e-Mustafaiya"Detailed Shijra-e-Mustafaiya shareef."Roza-e-Pir IraniExternal links Sufism and Tariqa
    Ideas
    • Abdal
    • Baqaa
    • Dervish
    • Dhawq
    • Fakir
    • Fanaa
    • Haal
    • Keramat
    • Haqiqa
    • Ihsan
    • Irfan
    • Kashf
    • Lataif
    • Manzil
    • Marifa
    • Nafs
    • Noor
    • Qalandar
    • Qutb
    • Silsila
    • Sufi cosmology
    • Sufi metaphysics
    • Sufi philosophy
    • Sufi poetry
    • Sufi psychology
    • Sulook
    • Tazkiah
    • Wali
    • Yaqeen
    Practices
    • Anasheed
    • Dhikr
    • Haḍra
    • Muraqaba
    • Qawwali
    • Sama
    • Whirling
    • Ziyarat
    Sufi orders
    • Akbarī
    • Alevī
    • Alians
    • Ashrafia
    • Azeemia
    • Ba ''Alawī
    • Bayramī
    • Bektashī
    • Burhāniyya
    • Chishtī
    • Galibī
    • Gulshanī
    • Ḥurūfī
    • Idrīsī
    • Jelvetī
    • Jerrahī
    • Khalidī
    • Khalwatī
    • Kubrāwī
    • Madarī
    • Malāmatī
    • Mawlāwī
    • Mourīdī
    • Noorbakshia
    • Naqshbandī
    • Naqshbandi Uwaisī
    • Nasuhī
    • Ni''matullāhī
    • Nuqtawī
    • Qadirī
    • Qalāndārī
    • Rifa''ī
    • Safāvī
    • Shadhilī
    • Shattārī
    • Suhrawardī
    • Sunbulī
    • Tijanī
    • Ussakī
    • Uwaisī
    • Zahedī
    Notable early Sufis
    • Abdūl-Khāliq Ghujdawanī
    • Abdullah Ansari
    • Abdūl-Qādir Gilanī
    • Abūl-Khāyr
    • ad-Dağhestānī
    • Abu Bakr al-Aydarus al-Adeni
    • Afaq Khoja
    • Ahmad Ghazālī
    • Ahmed Yasavī
    • al-Ajami
    • al-Badawi
    • Al-Basri
    • Al-Fozail
    • Al-Ghazālī
    • Al-Hallaj
    • Ali-Shir Nava''i
    • al-Khārāqānī
    • Al-Qāsim
    • al-Qayṣarī
    • al-Qunawī
    • Amīr Kulal
    • Ardabilī
    • Ata Allah
    • Attar
    • Balım Sultan
    • Baba Fakruddin
    • Baha ūd-Dīn Naqshband
    • Bande Nawāz
    • Baqī Billah
    • Bayazid Bastamī
    • Bhita''ī
    • Bulleh Shah
    • Dehlāvī
    • El-Desoukî
    • Arbili
    • Erzurumī
    • Farīd ūd-Dīn
    • Fuzûlî
    • Gharīb Nawāz
    • Ghulam Farīd
    • Gül Baba
    • Hajji Bayram
    • Hajji Bektash
    • Hāfez-e Shīrāzī
    • Halidī Bağdādī
    • Haddad
    • Hamadānī
    • Hansvī
    • Harabatī Baba
    • Harooni
    • Hujwirī
    • ibn Adham
    • ibn ʿArabī
    • Iraqi
    • Jābir ibn Hayyān
    • Ja''far al-Sadiq
    • Jahangasht
    • Jamī
    • Jan-e-Jānāān
    • Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani
    • Mir Sham ud-Din Iraqi
    • Karkhī
    • Magtymguly Pyragy
    • Jazoulī
    • Muhammad al-Faqih Muqaddam
    • Jilī
    • Junayd Baġdādī
    • Kākī
    • Kaliyarī
    • Omar Khayyam
    • Khusrow
    • Kubrā
    • Mahmud Hüdayī
    • Nāimī
    • Najib al-Suhrawardī
    • Nasir Khusraw
    • Nasīmī
    • Nasreddin Hoca
    • Nathar Vali
    • Ni''matullāh Wali
    • Nizām ūd-Dīn
    • Noorbaksh Qahistani
    • Nurī
    • Otman Baba
    • Pir Sultan
    • Qutb ūd-Dīn Haydār
    • Qutb ūd-Dīn Shīrāzī
    • Rabbānī
    • Rabia Basri
    • Razī
    • Rifa''ī
    • Rukn-e-Alam
    • Rūmī
    • Saadī
    • Sabakhī
    • Salman al-Farisī
    • Sanai
    • Sarı Saltuk
    • Sheik Edebali
    • Semnanī
    • Silistrevī
    • Shadhilī
    • Shah Waliullah
    • Shahāb al-Dīn Suhrawardī
    • Shams Tabrizī
    • Shaykh Gālib
    • Shiblī
    • Sultan Walad
    • Surkh Bukharī
    • Taj al-Dīn Gilanī
    • Umar al-Suhrawardī
    • Sahl al-Tustari
    • Yunus Emre
    • Zakariya
    • Zarruq
    • Zū''l-Nūn al-Misrī
    Notable modern Sufis
    • Abdūl-Khāqeem Arvāsī
    • Abdal Hakīm Murad
    • Abdalqadir as-Sufi
    • Ahmet Kayhan Dede
    • Ahmad al-Alawi
    • al-Shaghouri
    • Qalandar Baba Auliya
    • Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
    • Baba Rexheb
    • Bawa Muhaiyaddeen
    • Feisal Abdul Rauf
    • Fethullah Gülen
    • Gohar Shahi
    • Kuşçuoğlu
    • Ghulam Mustafa
    • Hisham Kabbani
    • Hüseyin Hilmi Işık
    • Mai Safoora
    • Meher Ali
    • Muhammad Malikī
    • Nazīm Al-Haqqānī
    • Syed Muhammad Shah Noorani
    • Syed Waheed Ashraf
    • Nuh Keller
    • Nooruddeen Durkee
    • Omar Shah
    • Osman Nuri Topbaş
    • Qadeer Piya
    • Reshad Feild
    • Saheb Qibla Fultali
    • Said al-Chirkawi
    • Said Nursī
    • Shahab
    • Sufi Barkat Ali
    • Syed Shujaat
    • Kabir Helminski
    • Tahir Allauddin
    • Tajuddin Babaī
    • Waris Ali Shah
    • Zaheen
    • Abdullah al-Harari
    Topics in Sufism
    • Tawhid
    • Shariah
    • Haqiqah
    • Art
    • History
    • Music
    • Poetry
    • Shrines
    • Texts
    Portal
    • v
    • t
    • e
    Persondata
    Name Pir Irani
    Alternative names Mustafa Sibghatullah Shah
    Short description Sufi saint
    Date of birth 23 March 1900
    Place of birth Iran
    Date of death 27 December 1986
    Place of death Hyderabad, Pakistan

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