Shajara-e-nasab lineages
of descendants of Imam Hasan al-Askari r.a.

The history of the descendants of Imam Hasan al-Askari r.a. is shrouded in great mystery and accordingly, has of recent been either outright denied due to ignorance  or simply intentionally concealed. Unrelated official historic family tree documents kept in renowned Sayyid families and even in the offices of the “Naqib Saadat al-Ashraf”, from Hejaz, to Iran, Bukhara, Samarqand, Farghana, Afghanistan, the Mughal Empire, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and Luxor, Egypt, Sabzevar (Iran) have traced the descent  of thousands of Sayyids over multiple generations back to Imam Hasan al-Askari r.a.

The Shiite hadith book «Usul al-Kafi» by Muhammad Ya’qub Kulayni, in Bab «Mawlid Abi Muhammad al-Hasan bin ‘Ali» does confirm the classical narrative that Imam Hasan al-Askari had multiple handmaidens with whom he had relations. In his Usul, al-Kafi writes:

“When the caliph got news of Imam Hasan ‘Askari’s illness, he instructed his agents to keep a constant watch over the house of the Imam…he sent some of these midwives to examine the handmaidens of the Imam to determine if they were pregnant. If a handmaid was found pregnant she was detained and imprisoned…” (al-Kafi, by Muhammad Ya’qub Kulayni. Translated by Muhammad Sarwar. Chap. 124, Birth of Abi Muhammad al-Hasan ibn ‘Ali, page 705)

Additionally, according to Al-Shaykh al-Saduq in his “Kamal al-Din wa tamam al-ni’ma”,  after his death, al-Imam Hasan al-Askari’s mother entered into a dispute with Ja’far, his brother, over the estate of Imam Hasan al-Askari. The matter was referred to the Abbasid caliph, and to further complicate matters, one of the handmaidens of Imam Hasan al-Askari by the name of Sayqal came forward and claimed to be pregnant. Sayqal was brought to the palace of the Abbasid caliph, Mu’tamid, and was kept under strict guard and under the watchful eyes of the midwives and other women in the palace to determine the fate of her pregnancy. At that very time, political turmoil as a consequence of the insurrection led by Saffar, the death of ‘Abd Allah b. Yahya, and the revolution of the Zanj engulfed the caliphal state. The Abbasids were forced to abandon Samarra. Hence, they became occupied with their own troubles and gave up the surveillance of Sayqal’s pregnancy. (Kamal al-Din wa tamam al-ni’ma”, Vol. 2, page 149)

According to the “Bihar al-Anwar al-Jāmiʿah li-Durar Akhbar al-A’immah al-Aṭhar” by Muhammad-Baqir Majlisi,  al-Imam Hasan al-Askari had several handmaidens with different names. On two occasions Hakima Khatun, his paternal aunt, has mentioned these handmaidens. At one time she came to visit al-Imam Hasan al-Askari and saw him seated in the courtyard of his house, surrounded by his handmaidens. She asked him: “Which one of these girls is going to be the mother of your successor?” The Imam replied: “It is Sawsan.”  (“Bihar al-Anwar al-Jāmiʿah li-Durar Akhbar al-A’immah al-Aṭhar” by Muhammad-Baqir Majlisi, Vol. 51, page 17)

In another report Hakima Khatun relates the event of the birth of the twelfth Imam, cited earlier, in which al-Imam Hasan al-Askari requests her to spend the night of 15th Sha’ban (255 AH/870 CE) in his house because a child was going to be born. At that point Hakima asked him: “Which of your handmaidens is the mother of the child?” The Imam said: “It is Narjis.” Hakima said: “Yes, I too like her the most among your handmaidens.” (“Bihar al-Anwar al-Jāmiʿah li-Durar Akhbar al-A’immah al-Aṭhar” by Muhammad-Baqir Majlisi, Vol. 51, page 25)

According to the earliest reports as cited below from official family tree documents   and records cited by multiple historians like Kashani “Kitab al aqaid al iyman”,   Abul Hasan Ali bin Isa (d.1293 m.) “Kashf ul-Ghumma”, Muhammed bin Yusuf  Al Zarandi (d.720 hijrah) “Marij a’wusul ila ma’rifat fadlal” page 176, Ibn Abi l-Thalj (d.322 hijrah)  “Majmuat nafisa fi tarikh al-a’imma” pages 21-22, Fahr Al-Razi Shafeiy (b.534 hijrah)  “Al shajarat al mubaraka fi ansab” page 79, Al Khasibi (b.890 hijrah)    “Al-Hidaya al-kubra” page 328,  Ali Al Arbali (d.693 hijrah) “Siraj al-Ansab”, H.Hadjazada “Hidaqat ul Awliya” (d.725 hijrah), Salim Bukhari “Two hundred   seventy seven pirs” among others,  Imam Hasan al-Askari fathered seven children and was survived by six. The names of his illustrious biological children were: Imam Muhammad al-Mahdi ‘alaihi salam, Musa, Ja’far, Ibrahim, Fatima, Ayesha, and ‘Ali, sometimes referred to as Akbar (Asghar),  Abdullah or al-Muttaqi.

Sayyid families of Central Asia have many such lineages that date back   to Sayyid Ali bin Imam Hassan al Askari r.a. Our genealogy experts find  such manuscripts shajra nasabs of sayyid families from Bukhara, Samarkand region, Farghana, Termez, Turkistan region (Kazakhstan), Khojand region (Tajikistan) mountainous Badakhshan (territory of Tajikistan and Afghanistan), Chisht (Afghanistan) Osh region (Kyrgyzstan).

Some genealogical trees lineages of these Central Asian notable sayyid families,  who have historical genealogical manuscripts that are confirmed with seals by many Naqibs, Muftis, Imams, Kadi Kuzzats, A’lams, Khans and Emirs of those times and copies of the documents  shall be kept in the “Manuscripts Ansab Archive” of “Association of the descendants of Prophet Muhammad saw Turkistan” Turkey.:

 

Lineage of descendants of Saint Qutb al Aqtab Sayyid Abdullah Khwajagi Farghani (alqabi Khayrana) (Shahi Mardan, Farghana region):

Muhammad s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida r.a.

Imam Muhammad Jawad Taqi r.a.

Imam Ali al Hadi Naqi r.a.

Imam Hasan al Askari r.a.

Sayyid Ali Asghar

Sayyid Siddiq Muhammad

Sayyid Muntahab

Sayyid Hashim

Sayyid Rafi

Sayyid Wahhab

Sayyid Ashrafuddin

Sayyid Kamaluddin

Sayyid Sharafuddin

Sayyid Husain

Sayyid Mahmood

Saint Qutb-al-Aqtab Sayyid Abdullah Khwajagi Farghani

Sayyid Ziyauddin

Sayyid Hisamuddin

Sayyid Nazamuddin

Sayyid Shah Asghar

Sayyid Husain Shah

Sayyid Ikramuddin shah

Sayyid Sharafuddin shah

Sayyid Kamaluddin shah

Sayyid Nizamuddin shah

Sayyid Isamuddin shah

Sayyid Khanhoja Eshan

Sayyid Muhammad Khwaja Eshan

 

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Lineage of descendants of  Pir Sheikh Sayyid Baqi khwaja (Andijan city (Mongol Babur’s city) Uzbekistan):   

 

Muhammad s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida r.a.

Imam Muhammad Jawad Taqi r.a.

Imam Ali al Hadi Naqi r.a.

Imam Hasan al Askari r.a.

Sayyid Ali Akbar

Sayyid Muhammad Mahmud

Sayyid Naqib Muhammad

Sayyid Tajuddin

Sayyid Mahdi

Sayyid Mir Hadi

Sayyid Ja’far

Sayyid Mir Abdulawwal

Sayyid Mir Hurd

Sayyidaki Sayyid

Sayyid Murtaza

Sayyid Aqim

Sheikh Pir Sayyid Baqi  khwaja

Sayyid Dost Muhammad

Sayyid Saqiy

Sayyid Mu’min  khwaja

Sayyid Abdurafi

Sayyid Kuchak Shah

Sayyid Yusuf  khwaja

Sayyid Artiq khwaja

Sayyid Baba khwaja

Sayyid Buzruk khwaja

 

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Lineage of Founder tariqat Naqshbandiya Saint Sheikh Khwaja  Sayyid Bahauddin Naqshband (Kagan city, Bukhara region):

Muhammad s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida r.a.

Imam Muhammad Jawad Taqi r.a.

Imam Ali al Hadi Naqi r.a.

Imam Hasan al Askari r.a.

Sayyid Ali Akbar

Sayyid Muhammad

Sayyid Muhammad Khalwati

Sayyid Ahmad Bulaq

Sayyid Shaaban

Sayyid Mir Qasim

Sayyid Zaynulabidin

Sayyid Abdullah Hussain

Sayyid Burhanuddin Bukhari

Sayyid Jalaluddin Muhammad Bukhari

Sayyid Muhammad Abdullah Bukhari

Sheikh Khwaja Sayyid Bahauddin Naqshband  Bukhari

 

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Lineage of Pir Chishtiya Sayyid Zarif Chishti a descendant of Sheikh tariqat Chishtiya Maududi Saint Pir Sayyid Qutbuddin Maudud Chishti (Chisht, Afganistan):

Muhammad s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida r.a.

Imam Muhammad Jawad Taqi r.a.

Imam Ali al Hadi Naqi r.a.

Imam Hasan al Askari r.a.

Sayyid Abdullah Ali

Sayyid Muhammad Husain

Sayyid Ibrahim

Sayyid Muhammad

Sayyid Nasruddin Abu Yusuf

Saint  Pir  Sayyid  Qutbuddin  Maudud  Chishti

Sayyid Nizamuddin Ahmad Sheikh  Mushtaq

Sayyid Ruknuddin Chishti

Sayyid Qutbuddin Chishti

Sayyid Ahmad Chishti

Sayyid Yahya Chishti

Sayyid Giyasuddin Chishti

Sayyid Abu Yusuf  Muthar Chishti

Sayyid Ali Akbar Chishti

Sayyid Abul Hasan Chishti

Sayyid Mas’ud Chishti

Sayyid Muhammad Chishti

Sayyid Salih Chishti

Sayyid Ismail Chishti

Sayyid Abdullah Chishti

Sayyid Muhammad Chishti

Sayyid Mir Chishti

Sayyid Shukruddin Chishti

Sayyid Mir Ahmad Chishti

Pir tariqati Chishtiya Sayyid Zarif  Chishti

 

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Lineage of descendants of Kadi (judge) of city Ishtikhan  Sayyid Bahadur Samarqandi (Samarqand region):

 

Muhammad s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida r.a.

Imam Muhammad Jawad Taqi r.a.

Imam Ali al Hadi Naqi r.a.

Imam Hasan al Askari r.a.

Sayyid Ali Akbar

Sayyid Muhammad

Sayyid Naqib Muhammad Khalwati

Sayyid Ahmad Bulaq

Sayyid Muhammad Shaaban

Sayyid Abdullah Mir Qasim

Sayyid Imamuddin

Sayyid Burhanuddin Sulaiman al Qadri

Sayyid Amir Hasan

Sayyid Salih Ato

Sayyid Amin khwaja

Sayyid Nasim khwaja

Sayyid Hakim khwaja

Sayyid Alouddin

Sayyid Ahmad

Sayyid Nasir

Sayyid Munawwar

Sayyid Najmuddin

Sayyid Qadirberdi khwaja

Sayyid Muhammad Amin

Sayyid Khwajajan khwaja

Sayyid Awliya khwaja

Sayyid Abdulmannan

Sayyid Qarokhaja Bukhari

Sayyid Ahmad

Sayyid Saidullah

Sayyid Rahmatullah

Sayyid Ibrahim khwaja

Kadi Sayyid Bahadur Samarqandi

 

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Lineage Nasab of Sayyid Fahruddin Sabzwari Saadati Sharif 

(Sabzwar, Iran):

Muhammad s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida r.a.

Imam Muhammad Jawad Taqi r.a.

Imam Ali al Hadi Naqi r.a.

Imam Hasan al Askari r.a.

Sayyid Ali Asghar

Sayyid Alouddin

Sayyid Nasrullah

Sayyid Fahruddin

Sayyid Jalaluddin

Sayyid Abdullah

Sayyid Giyasudddin

Sayyid Alouddin

Sayyid Fazlullah

Sayyid Ali

Sayyid Muhammad

Sayyid Salman

Sayyid Ruhullah

Sayyid Muhammad

Sayyid Ruhallah

Sayyid Fahruddin Sabzwari

 

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Lineage of Shah (ruler) Badahshan Sayyid Hasan Shah Hamush  (his descendants are live in Badahshan, Afghanistan and Farghana region):

Muhammad s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida r.a.

Imam Muhammad Jawad Taqi r.a.

Imam Ali al Hadi Naqi r.a.

Imam Hasan al Askari r.a.

Sayyid Ali Akbar

Sayyid Ali Asghar

Sayyid Nasruddin Shah

Sayyid Muzaffaruddin Shah

Sayyid Kamaluddin

Sayyid Zahruddin Shah

Sayyid Mirza Husain Shah

Sayyid Safi Haydar Shah

Sayyid Nasim Haydar Shah

Sayyid Karim Haydar Shah

Sayyid Naqib Haydar Shah

Sayyid Hasan Hamush – Shah (ruler) of  Badahshan

 

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Lineage of Sheikh tariqat Yassawiya, pir and last saint of Bukhara  Sayyid Muhammad Akhund Eshan Imla Bukhari (Bukhara city):

Muhammad s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida r.a.

Imam Muhammad Jawad Taqi r.a.

Imam Ali al Hadi Naqi r.a.

Imam Hasan al Askari r.a.

Sayyid Ali Akbar

Sayyid Mahmud Rumi

Sayyid Mahdi

Sayyid Ja’far

Sayyid Hidayatullah

Sayyid Murtaza

Sayyid Abdulavval

Sayyid Mir Hurd

Sayyid Abdurahim khwaja

Sayyid Mustafa khwaja

Sayyid Pahlavan khwaja

Sayyid Alouddin Aziz  +  his wife Sayyida Bibi Hanum

Sayyid Muhammad Akhund Eshan Imla Bukhari

 

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Lineage of Emir of Bukhara emirates

Sayyid Amir Alim khan (Kabul, Afganistan):

Muhammad s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida r.a.

Imam Muhammad Taqi r.a.

Imam Ali al Hadi Naqi r.a.

Imam Hasan al Askari r.a.

Sayyid Abu Muhammad Ali

Sayyid  Muhammad Jalaluddin

Sayyid Nuriddin

Sayyid Amir Muhammad Muiyn

Sayyid Amir Abu Salih

Sayyid Amir Muhammad Taqi

Sayyid Amir Muhsin

Sayyid Amir Amin

Sayyid Mirza Abu Talib Badi Zaman

Sayyid Amir Nadir Muhammad

Sayyid Subhanquli khan

Sayyid Amir Abdulfayz khan

Sayyida  Shamsia banu

Sayyid Amir Haydar khan

Sayyid Amir  Nasrullah khan

Sayyid Amir Muzaffar khan

Sayyid Amir Abdulahad khan

Sayyid Amir Alim khan

 

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Lineage of Sheikh sufi tariqat Khatmiyya, Sayyid Muhammad Uthman al-Mirghani al-Khatim bin Muhammad Abu Bakr bin Sheikh Abdullah al-Mahjub Makki Hussaini (Sudan)

 

Hazrat Muhammad s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida r.a.

Imam Muhammad Jawad Taqi r.a.

Imam Ali al Hadi Naqi r.a.

Imam Hasan al Askari r.a.

Sayyid Ali  al-Muttaqi

Sayyid Mir Uthman

Sayyid Mir Ali

Sayyid Mir Umar

Sayyid Mir Khurd Bukhari

Sayyid Ismail

Sayyid Muhammad

Sayyid Ali

Sayyid Abu Bakr Hasan

Sayyid Isa Hasan

Sayyid Yahya

Sayyid Ibrahim

Sayyid Ali

Sayyid Ahmad

Sayyid Hasan

Sayyid Ali

Sayyid Abd Allah

Sayyid Hasan

Sayyid Haydar

Sayyid Mir Khurd

Sayyid Hasan

Sayyid Ali Mirghani

Sayyid Muhammad Amin

Sayyid Hasan

Sayyid Ibrahim

Sheikh Sayyid Abd Allah al-Mahjubi Makki (Mufti of Mecca, Saudi Arabia)

Sayyid Muhammad Abu Bakr

Sheikh Sayyid Muhammad Uthman al-Mirghani al-Khatim (1793-1852)

 

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Lineage of  Pir Baba Buner Sayyid Ali Shah Termizi bin Sayyid Qanbar Ali Shah Ferghani

(Buner, Pakistan):

 

Hazrat Muhammad  s.a.w.

Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.

Imam Hussain  r.a.

Imam Ali Zaynulabidin  r.a.

Imam Muhammad al Baqir  r.a.

Imam Ja’far al Sadiq  r.a.

Imam Musa al Kadim  r.a.

Imam Ali al Rida  r.a.

Imam Muhammad  Taqi  r.a.

Imam Ali Hadi  r.a.

Imam Hasan al-Askari  r.a.

Sayyid Ali Akbar

Sayyid Mahmud

Sayyid  Abdulrahim

Sayyid  Muayyid Amir Ali

Sayyid Jalaluddin Ganj ul Alam

Sayyid Nasir Khusro

Sayyid Husamuddin

Sayyid Muhammad

Sayyid Umar

Sayyid Ja’far

Sayyid Usman

Sayyid Ishaq

Sayyid Mahmud

Sayyid Hamid

Sayyid Ayyub Abu Turab

Sayyid Ahmad Mushtaq

Sayyid Ahmad Ali Barraq

Sayyid Ahmad Begim

Sayyid Muhammad Nur Bakhsh

Sayyid Yusuf  Nur

Sayyid Ahmad Nur

Sayyid Qanbar Ali Shah Ferghani

Sayyid Ali Shah Termizi Pir Baba Buner

 

 

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