Huzoor Ghaus Pak Sarkar, Syedina Ghaul ul Azam, Bari Ghiyarven Wali Sarkar, Ghaus ul Saqlain, Mehboob e Subhani, Qutb e Rabani are all the surnames of one personality whose name is Sayyadina Shaykh Muhiyuddin, Abd’al-Qadir al-Jilani, al-Hassani w’al-Hussaini, Bhagdadi (Radi Allahu ta’ala Anhu). His era was 470–561 AH (1077–1166 BC). He was born on a Wednesday 1077, (Islamic date was the 10th Rabi al-Thani 470 Hijri) in Iran.
Huzoor Ghaus Pak was a great preacher, a great educationist, a great moralist and a great doctor of Muslim law. He was the glory of the learned and the light of Islam; the Spokesman of theologians, the Interpreter of spiritual knowledge, the unique Leader of Leaders; the Chief of the chiefs; the Succourer of all creatures, the king of Baghdad, Chief of the contented souls, the incomparable, the Reviver of Religion and the head of Silsillah e Qadria.
In Rabi al-Thani, the anniversary of Huzoor Ghaus Pak is celebrated with the traditional zeal and zest. Muslims throughout the world in this month zealously make arrangements to offer Niyaaz and Fateha of Huzoor Ghaus Pak. Charity is also given as a means of “Essal e Sawaab”, which means conveying the reward of. In the regard of Essal e Sawaab, there is a Hadith reported by Hadrat Anas bin Malik (Radi Allahu ta’ala Anhu) that he asked the Most Beloved Prophet (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam): “Oh Messenger of Allah, when we give charity on behalf of our dead and perform Hajj on their behalf, do they receive the reward of these actions?” The Beloved Holy Prophet (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam) replied: “Definitely they receive. Not only that, but they become very happy, just as any one of you would become happy on receiving gifts.”
For Essale Swaab to Huzoor Ghaus Pak, every year, the special program is held at the hermitage of Sarkar Haji Sahib (Baghbanpura Lahore Pakistan). Sarkar Haji Sahib is also a true beloved follower and disciple of Huzoor Ghaus Pak.
In this year too, on 5th March 2012 Monday (11th Rabi ul Thani 1433 Hijri) at 10 PM PST, the Annual Bari Ghiyarven Shareef was arranged under the kind supervision and the guidance of Sarkar Haji Sahib. During the event, the grace of Sarkar Haji Sahib is indescribable. Sarkar Haji Sahib was wearing the white suit, black waistcoat and a beautiful cap which was used to wear by Huzoor Syedna Tahir Alla u Din and the other religious Saints. The dressing was alluring and highly attractive to the followers.
The event started with the recitation of the Holy Quran by the follower of Sarkar Haji Sahib Muhammad Irfan Qadri and then followed by Naat-e-Rasool (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam) and Manqabat Shareef by esteemed Naat Khawans which include Muhammad Adnan Qadri, Muhammad Irfan Qadri, Amaad ul Din Qadri, Zaheer Abbas Qadri (Minhaj Naat Council) and Qari Amjad Ali Bilali Brothers aka Amjad Ali Mujahid.
Qari Amjad Ali Bilali Brothers presented a special kalaam in the honor of Sarkar Haji Sahib which was too much liked and enjoyed by the audience; the first two verses are mentioned below:
Rehmat ka Hai Silsilah Maikhana e Haideri
Allah Nabi Ki Hai Ata Maikhana e Haideri
Muhammad Saqib Gohar Qadri prudently paid his duty of compering through the whole program.
At the end, Sarkar Haji Sahib made a holy speech in the eminence of the Chief of Baghdad Huzoor Ghaus Pak (Radi Allahu ta’ala Anhu). Sarkar Haji Sahib stated that Huzoor Ghaus Pak had the same status among the Saints as Beloved Holy Prophet (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wasallam) had among the Prophets. Sarkar Haji Sahib further added a magnificent quotation of Huzoor Ghaus Pak, “I’m a naked sword and arrow; and always protect my followers in any difficulty.” In addition, Sarkar Haji Sahib stated another quote of Huzoor Ghaus Pak, the person who saw me or loved me is lucky and a person who sees my followers and loves them is also the luckiest one.” Lastly, Sarkar Haji Sahib advised the people to love Huzoor Ghaus Pak.
The program got ended with the special prayer by Sarkar Haji Sahib and the food was served to the audience at 2 AM PST.