Hazrat Shah Jalal (R.A.) shrine is located in Sylhet, buy levitra online viagra Bangladesh. Some people said Shah Jalal birthplacewas Konya, Turkey, and some people said Yemen. His maternal uncle, Syed Ahmed Kabir teach him in Macca and he was also Hafiz (memorize the full Quran).
Hazrat Shah Jalal (R.A.) full name is Shaykh-ul Mashaek Mokhdum Shaykh Shah Jalal Mozorrodh Bin Muhammed.
Shah Jalal journeyed eastward and reached India in 699 AH. In Ajmir, generic cialis mexico he met the great Sufi mystic (Dervish/Pir), Kwaja Gharibnawaz Moinuddin Hasan Chisty. He also met with Nizam Uddin Awlia , a prominent Dervish, in Delhi. Nizam Uddin requested him to go to Sylhet to rescue Sheikh Burhan Uddin. The Sheikh was only a handful of Muslims living in the india and viagra men kingdom of a Hindu King, Gaur Gavindha. He secretly slaughtered a cow to perform his son’s Akika (christening of child in Muslim culture). It is said that a crow carried a piece of cialis pills gwen travis meat and dropped it in the king’s yard. The enraged king ordered killing of the Sheikh’s son and the Sheikh himself was imprisoned. Sheikh Burhan Uddin’s mazaar (shrine) is located in the banks of buying viagra in canada river Surma in Sylhet town.
Shah Jalal reached Sylhet with 360 Awlias (disciples). Some of the awlias originally followed him from Delhi, and some joined on the way to Sylhet. Knowing that Shah Jalal was advancing toward Sylhet, cialis professional dosage the king removed all ferry boats from the river Surma. Legend has it that Shah Jalal crossed the river Surma by sitting in a Zainamaaz (prayer rug). Muslim force was defeated by the king twice previously. However, this time the king ran away after being defeated by the force led by Shah Jalal after a viagra find online pages edinburgh free fierce battle. Shah Jalal also found a match of the earth his uncle once gave him. He settled down in a placed called Drag Mahallah, near Choukidhiki. He preached Islam from there.
Hazrat Shah Jalal (R.A.) death is unknown, viagra online overnight delivery according to Ibn Battuta he died at 746 AH (Hizri).
His annual Urs (program) is 17,18 and 19th of Dhul Quid month of Islamic calender. He had sanad’s (chains of transmission) in all three fields of Islamic Knowledge namely: 1. Sanad of Riwaya in the Transmission of Hadith and cialis order express Knowledge all the way back to the Prophet of Allah (peace be upon him). 2. Sand in the meanings and understandings of Hadith and Knowledge going all back to the Prophet of Allah (peace be upon him). 3. Sanad in Tasawwuf and Ihsan (purification) going all back to discount online viagra the Prophet of Allah (peace be upon him). Hazrat Shah Jalal’s (R) followers and disciples were scattered in different parts of the country and helped to spread Islam and disseminate the philosophy of Sufism. His disciples Haji Daria, Shaikh Ali Yemeni, and Shah Paran settled in Sylhet, Shah Malek Yemeni in Dhaka, Syed Ahmad Kolla Shahid in Comilla and Syed Nasiruddin in the region of Pargana Taraf.