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Khawaja Shah Muhammad Suleman Taunsvi
File:Khawaja shah suleman taunsvi.jpg
Religion Islam
Other name(s) Peer Pathan
Personal
Born 1770 CE
Darug Town, Baluchistan, Pakistan
Died 1850 CE
Taunsa Shareef, Punjab, Pakistan
Senior posting
Based in Taunsa Shareef, Punjab, Pakistan
Period in office

Late 18th century and early 19th century

Muhammad Suleman Taunsvi (Peer Pathan)[clarification needed] (1184A.H/1770CE - 1267A.H/1850CE) was a Sufi saint born to the Jafar Pakhtun tribe of Darug, Loralai District, Balochistan province, in what is now Pakistan. His dargah (shrine or tomb) lies in Tehsil Taunsa of district Dera Ghazi Khan of Punjab province in Pakistan. Taunsa Sharif is located on the Karachi-Peshawar Indus High way near and the headworks on the Indus River called Taunsa Barrage. His urs (annual death anniversary) is celebrated at his shrine every year from (5-7) Safar al-Muzaffar, second month of Islamic Calendar.

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Silsila

  1. Muhammad
  2. Ali ibn Abu Talib
  3. Hasan Basri
  4. Abdul Wahid bin Zaid
  5. Fuzeel Ibn-e-Ayaaz
  6. Sultan Ibrahim Adham
  7. Sadeed-ud-din
  8. Ameen-ud-din
  9. Mumshaad
  10. Abi Ishaq Shami Chishti
  11. Syed Abi Ahmad Abdal Chishti
  12. Syed Abi Muhammad Chishti
  13. Syed Nasir-ud-din Chishti
  14. Syed Qutb-ud-din Maudud Chishti
  15. Makhdum Haji Sharif
  16. Usman Harooni
  17. Syed Moin-ud-din Chishti of Ajmer Sharif
  18. Syed Qutb-ud-din Bakhtiar Kaki
  19. Baba Fareed-ud-din Masud Ganjshakar
  20. Syed Nizaam-ud-din Awlia
  21. Naseer-ud-din Charagh-e-Delhi
  22. Kamaal-ud-din
  23. Siraaj-ud-din
  24. I’lm-ud-din
    File:Hazrat Shah Suleman.jpg
  25. Mehmood Rajan
  26. Jamaal-ud-din Juman
  27. Jamaal-ud-din Hasan Muhammad Nuri
  28. Qutb Shams-ud-din Muhammad
  29. Muhammad
  30. Kaleem Ullah Jahanabadi
  31. Nizaam-ud-din Aurongabadi
  32. Fakhr-ud-din
  33. Nur Muhammad Mahaarvi
  34. Shah Suleman Taunsvi
  35. Khwaja Allah Bux Taunsvi
  36. Khwaja Hafiz Musa Taunsvi
  37. Khwaja Hamid Taunsvi (died in 1932)
  38. Khwaja Hafiz Sadid ud Din Taunsvi (died 1959-60)
  39. Khwaja Khan Muhammad Taunsvi(died in May 1979)
  40. Khwaja ATTA ULLAH KHAN Taunsvi
Islamic Sufism

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