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In Bagh­dad, Hazrat stud­ied sev­eral sub­jects, under many famous Savants of Islam. He stud­ied Fiqah under Qazi Abu Saeed Mubarak bin Mokar­rimi, Abu Ofa Ali Bin Aqil and very many other learned teach­ers. He learned Hadith and his teach­ers included the famous Abu Ghalib Ahmed and Abu Qasim Ali. He acquired pro­fi­ciency in Ara­bic lit­er­a­ture under the learned Abu Zakaria Yahya Tabrizi, who was at that time the prin­ci­pal of Madrasa Nizami.

Dur­ing his stay in Bagh­dad, he estab­lished, by his con­duct, that he was truth­ful and extremely char­i­ta­ble. Dur­ing his stay, although he had to endure great hard­ships, by dint of the nat­ural tal­ents and devo­tion, he very soon became the Mas­ter of Quran, Fiqh, Hadith and Ara­bic lit­er­a­ture, with all its con­nected branches.

He was once teach­ing Quran and a verse was erad. Sev­eral inter­pre­ta­tions of the verse cit­ing pre­vi­ous inter­pre­ta­tions were quoted. In addi­tion to these inter­pre­ta­tions, so many other aspects and mean­ings of the verse were explained in detail, that Sheikh Jamal-​din bin Jowzi, who was amongst the audi­ence and was him­self a renowned author of his time, admit­ted to a com­pan­ion of his, that he knew of only eleven out of the forty dif­fer­ent expla­na­tions of the verse given by Hazrat Gho­sul Azam.

In 521 Hijri, Hazrat Abu Saeed Mubarik Bin Mokar­rimi made over his Madrasa to Saiy­d­ina Abdul Qadir, In the begin­ning, there were only very few stu­dents; but soon his fame for learn­ing, piety, inner illu­mi­na­tion, verac­ity, and strict adher­ence to Shariat spread far and wide and peo­ple from all over the world began to flock round him to reap the ben­e­fits of his lec­tures and ser­mons. Grad­u­ally the exist­ing build­ing proved too small for the ever-​increasing stu­dents, and in 528 AH, adja­cent houses had to be acquired. For thirty-​three years between 528 and 561, he devoted him­self to the cause of Edu­ca­tion. He him­self taught Mus­lim Law, com­men­taries on the Quran, Hadith, Syn­tax (gram­mar) and other Islamic sub­jects. Stu­dents from every part of Iraq and all over the Mus­lim world came to his Madrasa, where they received free edu­ca­tion with board­ing and lodg­ing provided.

After com­plet­ing their course of stud­ies, these stu­dents either returned to their own coun­tries or went to some other lands in order to spread the knowl­edge and virtues acquired from the Hazrat. Edu­ca­tion thus spread through­out Iraq and other Mus­lim Coun­tries to achieve Saiyidina?s sole object of the revival of Islam. Most of his stu­dents later became famous Saints and Savants of Islam. Among them were Sheikh Ali bin Hiti-​a– Qutub of his time ? Sheikh Baqir bin Batu, the head of the Autad, Sheikh Sha­habud­din Umar Suhar­wardy the author of the well known book on Sufism, ?Awarif-​ul-​Maarif? and Head of the Suhar­wardy Order, Sheikh Abdul Has­san the famous preacher of Egypt and very many others.

As a stu­dent, when he was engaged in his stud­ies he did not neglect his efforts to attain spir­i­tual per­fec­tion. He there­fore, often resorted to fast­ing and would not ask for food from any one, even if he had to go with­out any meal for days together.

Tazkara mashaikh e Sarhad

(Mem­oir of the Shuyūkh and Islamic Schol­ars of the Fron­tier, Vol­ume I ) Pages 291

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Salat e Ghousia

(The Ghawthiya Prayer) 72 pages .Pub­lished by Mak­taba e Al Has­san, 1992.

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Life( of the Prophet) Trans­la­tion of Ara­bic Jour­nal ‘Tuhfat-​ul– Fahul Fi Istaghasa Bir Rasul’

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