About Great Sufi Zinda Shah Madar : Badiuddin Zinda Shah Madar or Qutbul Madar was born in 242 Hijri as per Islamic calendar at Halab, Syria. He was the decendent of Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) & great sufi saint His Pir or Sheikh was 'Sayed Bayzid Bustami' (Sultan Arafeen). Hazrat Sayed Badiuddin Zinda Shah Madar was pledged with the Tayfooriya order and was being said as Silsila-e-Tayfooriya.
Birth Place of Hazrat Sayed Badiuddin Zinda Shah Madar Hazrat Sayed Badiuddin Kutubul Madar was born in the Halab city of Shaam (now known as Syria). The Halab city is famous and holy in Syria. It is said that once there was a hill where now exists a fort. It is on this hill that Hazrat Ibrahim (peace be upon him) had milked his goats and this process of milking in arabic is known as Halab.
Majanu Shah madaria Sufi saint from Mewat and leader of the Fakir-sannyasi Revolt in Bengal. The real name of Majanu Shah was Muhammed Abu Talib. He is known only by his popular name Majanu Shah, sometimes called Majanu Shah Burhana and to often Majanu Fakir.
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