Young son of Imam Aga Abul Hassanali. Was nominated Pir in 1780, was a Hujjat for 3 Imams. Gave his daughter's hand Bibi Maryam Khatun in marriage to Imam Shah Khalillullah (who was also his nephew)
(14/15th Century). Son of Pir HK, buried in Multan.
7th Century. Famous for his piety, one of the first companions of Imam Ali.
Encyclopedia of Ikhwan as safa* has 52 Volumes, the last volume "Risalat al Jamia" was written by Imam Taqi Mohammed.
756-876AH, nominated as Pir in 871 A.H by Imam Mustansirbillah II. Converted the Mumnas* of Sidhpur in Gujrat. Passed away due to a misunderstanding with the Jamat. Also called Shah Turail
Also known as Imam Mohammed bin Ismail. 128AH/746-197/810, was born in Madina. Also knows as al-Reza.(not to be confused Pir Satgour Nour)). He had 6 sons:Ahmad Wafi, Ismail Thani, Jaffar, Issa, Zaid and Ali.
(14 Century?) One of the 6 brothers of Pir Sadardin.
Daughter of King Fateh Ali Qachar of Iran. Was married to Imam Aga Hassanali Shah.
One of the 6 brothers of Pir Sadardin.
(387AH - 448 ou 438AH) Son of Pir Mustansirbillah. Born in Yemen. Named by Imam Az-Zahir. Fathered 6 sons.
(1002 AD.)The grand mosque whose construction had started during the time of Imam al-Muizz and finished during the time of Imam al-Hakim in393AH/1002.
A village in India which was visited by Pir Shams. This village is mentioned in Garbi 1/2 and g. 618.
Attributed to H. Ali. The Sermon of the Great Declaration. 70 affirmations of H. Ali on the subject of his divinity. See"Khutbat al Tatanjiya".
Bengalis' country. Mentioned in Jodilo 13 of Pir Shams.
(1086AH/1675 - 1143AH/1730.) Imam Qasim Ali*, nominated by his father,and succeeded by his son Abul Hassan Ali*.
(604-632). Daughter of Prophet Mohamed, and wife of Hazrat Ali. Also known as Om Abiha (Mother of her father) and Fatima Fatir (Creator). Her rank was that of Hujjat.
Descendant of Pir Hassan Kabirdin by his son Sayyed Remtullah Shah. HE was also known as Pir Doola (m. 1792). Last Vakil*.
Ommayad governor who rebelled against the Fatimid Caliphe al-Hakim in 1004. See Husseyn b. Jawhar.
Was engaged to Hyder Shah* and both are buried close to each other. Has composed approximately 20 ginans of which only half are known.