Bu Ali Shah Qalandar

Six Sufi masters: [[Moinuddin Chishti|Khvaja Mu'in al-Din]], [[Abdul-Qadir Gilani|Ghaus al-A'zam]], [[Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki|Khvaja Qutb al-Din]], Shaikh Mihr, '''Shah Sharafuddeen Bu 'Ali Qalandar'''<nowiki> and Sultan Musa Shaikh.</nowiki> Sharafuddeen Bu Ali Shah Qalandar Panipati, renowned as Bu Ali Qalandar (1209–1324 CE), born in Panipat, Haryana, India, was a Qalandar and Sufi saint of the Chishtī Order who lived and taught in India. His shrine or dargah (mausoleum) is at Bu Ali Shah Qalandar Dargah, Panipat, which is a place of pilgrimage.

His real name was Sharfuddin but he is well known by his title Bu Ali Shah Qalandar. His father Syed Muhammad Abu al Hassan (Fakhar Uddin) also known as Fakhar e Alam was a great scholar and saint of his time. His father was buried in Village Kirman Parachinar, Pakistan. He is from the ancestry of Imam Musa Kazim. His large descendants reside in Pakistan and are known as Nomani. He completed his studies at an early age and subsequently taught near the Qutub Minar in Delhi for 20 years. He published a collection of Persian poetry by the name of "Diwan Hazrat Sharafuddeen Bu Ali Qalandar" which was later translated by Khawaja Shahudin in Punjabi. It was a great Sufi work in Persian language. Some other famous Qalandars include Lal Shahbaz Qalandar and Shams Ali Qalandar. Provided by Wikipedia
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