Tariqat i-Khwajagan: Order of the Masters of Wisdom

Known to intervene in human affairs from time to time through the introduction of ideas and techniques, and to transmit to segments of society the spiritual force of 'Barakah', the Khwajagan Saints work consistently to rectify deviations in the course of human history.  It is believed that they were the spiritual force behind Saladin's triumph in Jerusalem, Mehmet II's conquest of Constantinople, Babur's victory in India and the last of them will serve the Mahdi while he excavates the Ark of the Covenant prior to the Second Coming of Christ, to usher in world peace. As such, whenever the Khwajagan reappear throughout history, the winds of major spiritual change begin to blow.  The ranks of the Khwajagan include Sultan ul-Arifin Bayazid al-Bistami, Khwaja Yusuf Hamadani,Ghawth al Adham Shaykh 'Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani, Sayyid Amir Kulal, the Imam of the Naqshbandiyya; Khwaja Baha'uddin Shah Naqshband Muhammad al-Uwaisi al-Bukhari, and Imam Rabbani Mujadid Alf Thani Ahmad Sirhindi. Each Grand Master of the Tariqat i-Khwajagan attained the rank of Ghawth, meaning spiritual protector of mankind.  While each of these Masters had hundreds of deputies, they passed the mantle of complete succession in the Tariqat i-Khwajgan to only one major deputy. Historically, the last absolute successor to the Masters of Wisdom prior to the major decline in the Golden Age of Islam in Mughal India and Ottoman Turkey was the Ghawth, Mawlana Khalid Baghdadi, who took the Great Secret of the Order out of India, to the Middle East, where he then transferred it to the Shaykh Isma'il Kurdi.  Under Shaykh Isma'il Kurdi the Secret of the Tariqat i-Khwajagan was transferred to Dagestan, from where it made its way to Sultan al-Awliya Mawlana Shaykh 'Abd Allah al-Faiz ad-Dagestani, who passed it to Burhan l-Kurama Ghawthu l-Anam, Sultan ul-Awliya Khwaja Muhammad Nazim, who is also known as "Shaykh Nazim Adil al-Haqqani" To Continue, Click Here