The Spiritual Guides of Sarwari Qadri Order/Sultan-ul-Ashiqeen Khadim Sultan-ul-Faqr Hazrat Sakhi Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman

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Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman belongs to an Arain family. Arains trace back their ancestry to Hazrat Saleem Al-Raee whose genealogy meets Prophet Mohammad’sgenealogy six steps backward at 'Loee'. The birth of Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman took place on Wednesday, 19th August 1959 284(14th Safar, 1379 Hijri)at 4:30 a.m. in Bakhshan Khan, Tehsil Chishtian, Bahawalnagar District, Pakistan. He was four years old when his religious and worldly education started. He also used to read books related to Islam and the history of Islam without the help of any teacher. His intelligence can be judged by the fact that he used to write moral based essays and articles in the children’s section of Daily newspapers Mashriq, Masawat, Imroz, etc. when he was only twelve years old. Since childhood, Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman was anxious about knowing the reality of Islam. He spent most of his time pondering over the Signs of Allah and the message of Prophet Mohammad, as well as reading religious books.


In April 1985, Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman began his career with a government job in Lahore due to which he had to shift to Lahore. He continued this job with devotion and hard work for twenty eight years and then got retirement in December, 2013. After shifting to Lahore, he got married and started a happy and well-settled life. Then his life took a sudden turn, whereby his financial conditions gradually became better. Despite all the luxuries of life, his heart was not content and he was unable to find peace in any worldly pleasure. So, to find satisfaction of heart and soul he started to meditate and pray excessively. Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman was only thirty seven when he devoted himself completely to develop his relationship with Allah. In search of Murshid Kamil, Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman visited different places within and outside Lahore and met a lot of Pirs (guides)but his heart was not inclined towards any single one of them.

On the 12th of April 1998, he found his Murshid, who lived in Jhang near the shrine of Hazrat Sakhi Sultan Bahoo. When Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman saw the face of his dreams in front of him, he felt as if he had found the Treasures of both the worlds. He heard his Murshid saying, “So, you have come my son.” This esteemed entity was none other than Sultan Mohammad Asghar Ali. The same day, after Maghrib (evening prayer), Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman took bayat on his sacred hand. From that day onwards, he spent each moment of his life rendering all his physical, spiritual and mental abilities, as well as his wealth in serving his Murshid and supporting him in his mission of spreading Faqr. He annihilated himself in his Murshid to such an extent that he became his exact reflection. Sultan Mohammad Asghar Ali transferred The Divine Trust of Faqr inwardly and secretly to Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman Madzillah-ul-Aqdus and left this material world.

Following the way of his Murshid, he trained me for two years as The Heir of The Divine Trust to hold The Exalted Throne of Divine Guidance and persuasion. Pir Bahadur Ali Shah also trained his heir Sultan Mohammad Abdul Aziz and then he too trained Sultan Mohammad Asghar Ali for two years. After my two year spiritual training (2001 to 2003), my Murshid Sultan Mohammad Asghar Ali passed away on 26th December, 2003. He granted them Ism-e-Allah Zaat for Zikr (invocation of the remembrance of Allah) and Tasawur (contemplation of Allah) but officially he started accepting bayat from the Seekers of Allah on 14th August, 2005 i.e. the birth date of his Murshid. Since then, he has been making great efforts and taking revolutionary steps to shower the beneficence of the Treasure of Faqr upon the entire Muslim Ummah.

He set the foundation of Sultan-ul-Faqr Publications (Registered) in August 2006 to carry on the mission of his Murshid and started spreading the teachings of Faqr through books, pamphlets and magazine.