Burhaniya

The Tariqa Burhaniya is an order within sufism. It was founded by Sayyidi Abul Hasan ash-Shadhuli and Sayyidi Ibrahim al Disuqi in the 13th century. The order's full name is Tariqa Burhaniya Disuqiya Shadhuliya, referring to its founders. Burhan-u-din is a surname of Sayyidi Ibrahim al Disuqi and means "evidence of religion". The order has a registered charity in the UK, Tariqa Burhaniya D'suqiyya Shazuliyya (tbds); Registered Charity Number: 1041647.[1]

The order was renewed by the Sudanese Sheikh Mawlana Mohamed Osman Abdu al Burhani (1902–1983), and its leadership passed first to his son Sheikh Ibrahim, and since 2003 to his grandson Sheikh Mohamed.

The Tariqa Burhaniya Disuqiya Shadhuliya

Burhaniya is the sufi order of Sayyidi Ibrahim al Qurashi al Disuqi (13th Century A.D.), the fourth of the great sufi sheikhs and founders of sufi orders (aqtab)أقطاب. The spiritual line of the Burhaniya sheikhs traces back to the Islamic Prophet Mohammed. The most important chain links are:

Sayyidi al Shaikh Mohamed Ibrahim Mohamed Osman
Sayyidi al Shaikh Ibrahim Mohamed Osman
Sayyidi al Shaikh Mohamed Osman Abdu al Burhani
Sayyidi Ahmad Arabi al Sharnubi
Sayyidi Musa Abu al Imran
Sayyidi Ibrahim al Qurashi al Disuqi
Sayyidi Abul Hasan al Shaduli
Sayyidi Abdu al Salam ibn Bashish
Sayyiduna wa Maulana al Imam al Husain
Sayyiduna wa Maulana al Imam al Ali
Ziyadatan fi Scharaf al Mustafa

See also

Sufism portal

References

External links

  • Tariqa Burhaniya Disuqiya Shadhuliya website
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