Biswa Shanti Manzil
(World Peace Centre)
Enayetpur Darbar Sharif
Gate of the Mazar Sharif

“Behold! verily on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve.”
 (Al-Quran, 10:62)

[Ala inna awliyaa Allahi la khawfun AAalayhim wala hum yahzanoona]
Al-Quran, Surah Yunus:Ayat 62

Ya Allahu                              Ya Rahmanu                 Ya Rahim

Crying and Supplicating

“Behold! verily on the friends of Allah there is no fear, nor shall they grieve. (Al-Quran, 10:62)

[Ala inna awliyaa Allahi la khawfun AAalayhim wala hum yahzanoon] - Al-Quran, Surah Yunus:Ayat 62

Follow a Kamel-e-Awli, Murshid-e-mokammel to learn the right path of salvation, liberation and enlightenment by eschewing amoral practices attached to the sensual desire and pleasure of the worldly things, while embracing a rigorous ascetic way of living found in Sufi principles.

----Khwaja Enayetpuri
Biswa Shanti Manzil (World Peace Centre)
Enayetpur Darbar Sharif

Events and Activities:
The Holy Monastery (Darbar Sharif) is the sanctuary where 24 hours the Imam assisted by Mawlanas perform the following rituals which are actively participated in by the Zakers (devotees- both men and women) gathered from different parts of the country. The present Head of the Monastery (Sajjada-nishin), Peerjada Hazrat Khwaja Kamal Uddin (Nuh Miah) performs and leads all these daily and annual activities with the special supplication (munajat).

Hazrat Khwaja Enayetpuri repeatedly directed his disciples (Murids) to offer not only five times regular prayers as prescribed by Shariyat, but also to perform wazîfa (Sufi practice) for the compassion and grace of Allah in this world and in the afterlife by invocation of Allah (zikr), recitation of the Quran (telawat), and meditation (moraqaba) through the attention of the Spiritual Guide (Pir) in the state of the Qalb (spiritual heart) absorbed in love (ishq) and affection (mohabbat) towards  the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

 thus following the Sufi Path of  fana-fi-Shaikh, fana-fi-Rasul, fana-fi-Allah. The tripartite stage for communion with Allah is the essence of Sufism corroborated and acknowledge in the holy Quran. As Allah says in the Quran, ‘yaa ay-yuhal-ladhiyna aamanut-taqul-laaha wabtaguu ilayhil wasiylata wa jaahiduu fiy sabiylihii la'Al-lakum tufliHuun,’ meaning ‘O ye who believe! Do your duty to Allah, seek the means of approach unto Him, and strive with might and main in His cause: that ye may prosper.’ (Quran, 5:35). This ‘waseela’ or ‘means’ is what referred to in the Quran as Awli Allah (friends of Allah), commonly known as Pir (Persian term). As to the necessity of Waseela or Pir,  Mawlana Rumi says:

Chuto Jat-e Pir-e Rakar di Kabul
Ham Khoda dar Jataas amaad ham Rasul


(Until you are absorbed in the nature of and accepted by the Spiritual Sheikh (Pir), Rasullah (messenger of Allah) will not accept you as his ummat (community), nor will Allah accept you as his banda (man)). This saying reflects the Quranic verse ‘wa may yatawal-lal-laaha wa rasuulahuu wal-ladhiyna aamanuu fain-na Hizbal-laahi humul gaalibuun ’, which means ‘And whoso taketh Allah and His messenger and those who believe for guardian (will know that), lo! the party of Allah, they are the victorious.’ (5:56).

The Sufis direct their disciples to perform different practices or rituals (wazifa) in that they remain constantly in the spirit of fear of Allah to gain love from Him, as the Prophet used to say that those who believe in Allah will fear Him and remember Him and those who remember Him in hearts and souls will never commit sins. Enayetpur Darbar Sharif is blessed with the Kamel-e-Awli, who did what he used to ask his disciples to do. ‘Tariqat is meaningless without Shariyat, Marefat and Haqiqat,’ is one of his ambrosial messages. Thus, apart from five times regular prayer, he used to perform ‘waziaf’ (Sufi practices) regularly. These activities are still going on at the Khanqa Sharif with the efficient leadership of its present Spiritual Guide, Khwaja Kamal Uddin, the 3rd son of Enayetpuri. The Wazaif  performed on occasions and without any occasion are divided here into two parts – Annual and Daily events.


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