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Introduction

As time is passing, the Spiritual Blessings (Faizan) of our beloved Master, Hazoor Syedna Rasoollullah(saw) is vastly increasing. In the last 14 centuries, the role of Members of the Ahl-e-Baith(as) deserves a special mention. Their sacrifices and efforts have played a great role. Syedna Maula Ali al-Murtaza, and from Imaam Hassan and Imaam Hussain till Mahboobi e Subhani, Qutb-e-Rabbani Meeran Mohyuddin Shaykh Syedna Abdul Qadir Jillani deserves a special mention. The Children, Khulafaa (Spiritual Deputies), Students and Mureeds of Hazoor Syedna Ghous e Azzam(ra) brought a great spiritual revolution, which is rapidly increasing day by day. The Spiritual Blessings of Hazoor Syedna Ghous e Azzam(ra) had first arrived in the subcontinent during the life of the Hazoor Syedna Ghous e Azzam(ra). Their eldest Son Shaykh Syedna Abdul Razzaq Gillani first visited Hindustan during the lifetime of his great father and after staying a short while, proceeded back to his native city of Baghdad Shareef. From then till the present day, members of the household of Hazoor Syedna Ghous  e Azzam(ra) have been going back and forth from Baghdad Shareef to the subcontinent in order to the spread the spiritual blessings of Hazoor Syedna Ghous e Azzam(ra). The Devotees of Hazoor Syedna Ghous e Azzam(ra) have always kept the children of Hazoor Syedna Ghous e Azzam(ra) in very high esteem and presented their hearts as offerings to them.

A living example of this is the grand personality of Naqeeb ul Ashraaf, Shaykh ul Mashaikh, Qudwatul Awliya, Qutb-ul-Alam, Syed us Sadaat, Shehzadah e Ghous-e-Azzam(ra), His Holliness, Hazoor Pir Syedna Tahir Allauddin Al-Qadri Al-Gillani Al-Baghdadi. . For the propagation of Silsilah e Qadiriah in the sub-continent, not only did they leave their native country but left the spiritual centre of their ancestor (Hazoor Syedna Ghous e Azzam ra) and the ancestry home of their forefathers. They arrived in Pakistan in 1956 and decided to settle in Quetta permanently.