Huzrat baba natho shah chishti

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Huzrat Natho shah chisti sabri

Shrine of Huzrat Baba Natho Shah
Born ہندوستانہندوستان
Died 23 february 1984
Chak 42\A Liaqatpur pakistan
Resting place tale wala village Chak 138/DB Pakistan and Pakistan, Layalpur
Residence Chak 42\A Liaqatpur pakistan
Ethnicity Punjabi and hindi
Education Marifat
Known for Sufism, poetry, chisti sabri
Religion Islam
Parents Son of Huzrat jan Muhammad

Huzrat Baba Natho Shah Chisti Sabri(حضرت باوا نتهو شاه ‌‌‍‌‍‌چشتى صابرى)

Huzrar Baba Natho Shah (also spelled Din Muhammad; ( 1842–1984) was a Sufi mystic, saint, poet and scholar active mostly in the present-day Punjab province of Pakistan. He belonged to the Sufi order known as chisti, and the mystic tradition he started has been known as chisti sabri


Natho Shah's early religion,s education began with , peer madhe shah(پىر مادݺ شاه) hisself a pious man who was a great scholor of that time.After some time you will went to Pakistan, Layalpur.Here you meet Huzrat Baba Mustan Ali shah and You will live in reflection of Huzrart Baba Mustan.Baba mustan gave you education of haqeeqat treqat and marfat. After this NATHO SHAH would went to chak 42/A Liaqatpur Punjab where he spent the rest of his life.

Spiritual lineage of Huzrat \Baba Natho Shah[1]

  • Alī ibn Abī Ṭālib[2]
  • Al-Ḥasan al-Baṣrī
  • Abdul Wāḥid Bin Zaid Abul Faḍl
  • Fuḍayl ibn 'Iyāḍ
  • Ibrāhīm bin Adham
  • Ḥudhayfah al-Mar'ashī
  • Amīnuddīn Abū Ḥubayrah al-Baṣrī
  • Mumshād Dīnwarī
  • Abu Ishaq Shamī(d. 940, founder of the Chishti order proper)
  • Abu Ahmad Chishtī
  • Abu Muhammad Chishtī
  • Abu Yusuf Nasar-ud-Din Chishtī (d. 1067)
  • Qutab-ud-Din Maudood Chishtī (Abu Yusuf's son, d. 1139)
  • Haji Sharif Zindani (d. 1215)
  • Usman Harooni (d. 1220) |
  • Mu'īnuddīn Chishtī (1141-1230)
  • Qutab-ud-Din Bakhtyar Kaki (1173-1228)
  • Farīduddīn Mas'ūd ("Baba Farid", 1173 or 1175 - 1266)
  • huzrat Ula-o-din ali ahmed
  • huzrat shmmus-ul-din
  • huzrat shah bashrif bshr kamal
  • huzrat shah jalal ul din
  • huzrat abdul haq
  • huzrat abdul qadir
  • huzrat fatha muhammad araf alla
  • huzrat abdullah-mali
  • huzrat mera pekha
  • huzrat karm allahi
  • huzrat bahadar shah
  • huzrat ahmad ali shah
  • huzrat baba shah nehal
  • huzrat peer jhote ali shah
  • huzrat shaar shah
  • huzrat baba mustan ali shah
  • Huzrat Baba Natho Shah sarkar

Literary works

Huzrat Baba Ntho Shah wrote poetry about Marfa people.. Mostly you used punjabi and hindi language in his poetry. Many schlors imprerssed by natho shah,s kalam and made a follower of you.

You wrote a one book. The name of book is Israr-e-haqeeqat.[3] By your book your Peer Baba Mustan Ali shah would so impressed to you, and give You name of Natho Shah Your orignal name is Din Muhammad.


  1. Jump up ^ Haeri, Muneera (2000) The Chishtis: a living light Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, ISBN 0-19-579327-7 Further
  2. Mehru Jaffer (2006). The Book of Muinuddin Chishti. Penguin. p. 170. ISBN 978-0143065180.
  3. Israr-e-Haqeeqat by natho shah

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