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Sayyid ul-Sadaat Sayyid Moinuddin Hadi Naqshband al-Hasani wal-Husseini (died 5 May 1674), known as "Hazrat Naqshband Saheb" was a Sufi Saint from Bukhara and direct descendant of Prophet Muhammad, through his father Hazrat Ishaan. His father was a descendant and heir in the 7th Generation of Khwaja Bahauddin Naqshband. Moinuddin Naqshband succeeded his father in leading the Silsile Aliyya Naqshbandiyya.

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  • Moinuddin Hadi Naqshband
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  • Sayyid ul-Sadaat Sayyid Moinuddin Hadi Naqshband al-Hasani wal-Husseini (died 5 May 1674), known as "Hazrat Naqshband Saheb" was a Sufi Saint from Bukhara and direct descendant of Prophet Muhammad, through his father Hazrat Ishaan. His father was a descendant and heir in the 7th Generation of Khwaja Bahauddin Naqshband. Moinuddin Naqshband succeeded his father in leading the Silsile Aliyya Naqshbandiyya.
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  • Hazrat Moinuddin Hadi Naqshband
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  • Hazrat Moinuddin Hadi Naqshband
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  • Bukhara, now Uzbekistan
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  • Sayyid ul-Sadaat Sayyid Moinuddin Hadi Naqshband al-Hasani wal-Husseini (died 5 May 1674), known as "Hazrat Naqshband Saheb" was a Sufi Saint from Bukhara and direct descendant of Prophet Muhammad, through his father Hazrat Ishaan. His father was a descendant and heir in the 7th Generation of Khwaja Bahauddin Naqshband. Moinuddin Naqshband succeeded his father in leading the Silsile Aliyya Naqshbandiyya.
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  • Khwāja Bazar , Srinagar, Kashmir, India
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  • Sayyid Mir Jan
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  • *Imam ul- Awliyah Allah *Padshahe Awliya *Sayyid ul Sadaat *Wali-Ullah *Mahboob Rasul Allah *Farzande delband Shahe Naqshband *Al-Hadi *Al-Ridha *Al Mutawakal ala Allah *Qutb/Ghawth *Imamzadeh *Sayyid ul-Siddiqun *Naqshband Saheb
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  • Ziyarat Naqshband Sahab
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  • *Farzande delband Shahe Naqshband(Beloved son ofShahe Naqshband)
  • *Imam ul- Awliyah Allah (the Imam of the Awliyah of Allah)
  • *Al-Hadi (the guide)
  • *Al-Ridha (the one, pleased with God's will)
  • *Imamzadeh(Son of the Imams)
  • *Mahboob Rasul Allah (Beloved of the Prophet)
  • *Naqshband Saheb (Lord Naqshband)
  • *Padshahe Awliya(Emperor of the Awliyah)
  • *Qutb/Ghawth (highest saint of his time)
  • *Sayyid ul Sadaat (leader of the Sadaat)
  • *Sayyid ul-Siddiqun(Leader of the truthful)
  • *Wali-Ullah (Friend of Allah)
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