Pir of Bhera

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Pir Muhammad Shah

The Ghazi of Islam, Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah Sahib, was born in the home of Hazrat Ameer-us-Saalikeen in the District of Bhera Sharif called Sarghoda in 1890. Allah Almighty bestowed upon him a handsome appearance and beautiful life. In 1946, he performed Hajj for a second time in Makkah Mukarramah where he would frequently go and visit Shaykh Abdul Ghani At-Tirmidhi. The Shaykh would say that they have seen thousands of people, but they have never seen someone as handsome and dignified as the face of Pir Muhammad Shah Sahib Bherwi.
They spent all their energy in worshipping and working hard for the sake of Allah Almighty and were engrossed in fasting throughout their life. Other than the obligatory prayers, they would regularly perform the Tahajjud prayer and other supererogatory prayers even when they were unwell.”The Ghazi of Islam, Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah Sahib, was born in the home of Hazrat Ameer-us-Saalikeen in the District of Bhera Sharif called Sarghoda in 1890. Allah Almighty bestowed upon him a handsome appearance and beautiful life. In 1946.

Pir Karam Shah

“Zia Ul-Ummat Justice Pir Muhammad Karam Shah Al-Azhari is that illustrious figure who dedicated his entire life to the service of the religion and brought about new dimensions of preaching and propagation of Islam due to his effective philosophy and visionary way of thinking. He was born on the 1st  of July 1918 in Bhera Sharif wherein he completed his Dars Nizami course, alongside the completion of his B.A diploma. He went on to study Dawrah Hadith under the supervision of Hazrat Sadr-ul-Afaadil Mawlana Naeem Ud-Din Muradabadi. Following that, in order to further his education, he enrolled at the world renowned university of Egypt known as Al-Azhar University in 1954. The root of the wisdom demonstrated by Pir Karam Shah to study both the classical Islamic sciences, as well as the modern sciences, stems from the nurturing of his noble and honourable father.

History Gulistan Bhairah
Sharif

In 1957, Zia-ul-Ummah revived this university in the form of “Darul Uloom Muhammadiyah Ghousia, Bhairah Sharif”.In 2018, Al-Kurram International Institute is telling the story of the everlasting successes of the Al-Kurram Friends, and the Al-Kurram Educational City will bring the greatness of these scholarly endeavors to new heights.

Pir Muhammad Ameen Hasnat Shah

“Pir Muhammad Amin-ul-Hasnat Shah Sahib was born on the 25th Rajab 1369, which is equivalent to the 9th May 1950, in Bhera Sharif. At the age of 4 and half years old, they began their Qur’anic Qa’idah studies. They went on to do their memorization of the Qur’an under the tutelage of Hafiz Karam Ali Sahib and Hafiz Yasin Sahib. Afterwards, they completed primary school within one year, and later on they passed their middle school exams in about 3 months. In 1968, they enrolled at the Government Model High School Bhera and gained first division for their metric examinations.They spent all their energy in worshipping and working hard for the sake of Allah Almighty and were engrossed in fasting throughout their life. Other than the obligatory prayers, they would regularly perform the Tahajjud prayer and other supererogatory prayers even when they were unwell.

Muhammad Naeemuddin Shah

The Ghazi of Islam, Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah Sahib, was born in the home of Hazrat Ameer-us-Saalikeen in the District of Bhera Sharif called Sarghoda in 1890. Allah Almighty bestowed upon him a handsome appearance and beautiful life. In 1946, he performed Hajj for a second time in Makkah Mukarramah where he would frequently go and visit Shaykh Abdul Ghani At-Tirmidhi. The Shaykh would say that they have seen thousands of people, but they have never seen someone as handsome and dignified as the face of Pir Muhammad Shah Sahib Bherwi.
They spent all their energy in worshipping and working hard for the sake of Allah Almighty and were engrossed in fasting throughout their life. Other than the obligatory prayers, they would regularly perform the Tahajjud prayer and other supererogatory prayers even when they were unwell.