Hazrat Baba Farid-ud-Din Masood Ganj Shukar Rah

An incident of Hazrat Baba Farid-ud-Din Masood Ganj Shukar Rah

One day Maulana Jamaluddin Hansvi brought wood from the forest and Maulana Badruddin Ishaq brought firewood.

 Hazrat Sultan Al-Mashaekh Khawaja Nizamuddin Auliya put them on the stove to boil them. Coincidentally, there was no salt in the anchorage that day. Sultan al-Mashaikh went to the bazaar and borrowed salt from the groceries and put it in deals.

When the table was laid and all the poor were gathered, after reciting the dua, Hazrat Baba Sahib took a bite but immediately put it back and said

“The bite is heavy, there seems to be something suspicious.”

Hearing this, Hazrat Khawaja Nizamuddin Auliya stood up and said:

 Presence! The firewood was brought by Maulana Syed Badruddin Ishaq and the dela was brought by Maulana Jamaluddin. The water was filled by Maulana Hussamuddin and I gave it to him with enthusiasm. I don’t understand why a morsel is so expensive!

Hazrat Baba Sahib Rah said after a moment of Tamil that

“Where did the salt come from?”

There was so much to hear that Hazrat Khawaja Nizamuddin Auliya was astonished and folded his hands and said:

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is the revealer of the situation. This mistake has been committed by me. These delicacies are bitter and astringent. Is.

On hearing this, Hazrat said, “Okay, now distribute this food among the other poor. And then he said:

“Nizamuddin! Dervishes, if you do not borrow for the sake of self-satisfaction.” This means that those who are dervishes can go on a hunger strike but cannot borrow for the sake of self-pleasure.

 Hazrat Sultan Al-Mashaikh Rah at that time vowed in his heart that he would not take a loan for the rest of his life.

Baba Sahib Rah looked at him and said:

 Inshallah you will not even need to take a loan in the future.

Hazrat Murshid Pak Wasif Ali Wasif Rah used to say that the anchor of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya Rah was so wide that many camels were kept to lift its shells which used to be thrown away.

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