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   Syed Muhammad Gesudaraz I  —

a descendant of Syed Isma’il Araj bin Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq r.a.

 

Syed Muhammad Gesudaraz I, was the elder son of Syed Abdulghaffar Muhammad. He was born in 371 A.H. at Oshof Baghdad (Now a days Kyrgyzstan). He is known for Zaid al Shaheed bin Imam Zain al Abideen’s revolution.  He preached Islam and promoted mysticism in Pashtun living Areas of Suleiman Mountains.

He is also known for the ancestor of four Syed nations, who had been adopted Afghan customs and traditions, and been called four of the merged Syed tribes with Afghans. These four tribes are Mashwanis, Storyani, Wardag and Hani.

It is quoted that he came to Valley of Barmal (bordering Afghanistan and Pakistan), Suleiman Mountains in 390 A.H.

His family tree is mentioned below:

  1. Syeda Fatima-tuz-Zahra 605-632 AD w/o Hazrat Ali Ibn-e-Abu Talib r.a.
  1. Imam Hussain al Sibt ibn Ali 625-680
  1. Imam Ali al Ost (Zain-ul-Abidin, Sajjad) 659-713
  1. Imam Muhammad al-Baqir 676–733
  1. Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq 702–765
  1. Syed Isma’il Araj ibn Ja’far. (Fatima bint al-Hussain’l-Athram bin al-Hasan bin Ali) (mother)
  1. Syed Ali ibn Ismail Araj 752-856 (Syed Kadhim). Was a Zaidi revolutionist.
  1. Syed Muhammad al Sherani bin Ali (Syed Rijal).He was a poet.
  1. Syed Abi al Jinn Ali (Syed Qa’en) He was title Abi al Jinn due to the intensity of the prestige.
  1. Syed Hussain Shaheed Safarya (Syed Qaaf). He is titled Qateel al Jinn as he killed the goblin due to this he as well known with the name of Sayyid i Qaaf. He is buried in Georgia.
  1. Syed Abi al Hassan Ali Qab Sani. He is known as Qab al Sani. The second Qaaf. He was the zaidi revolutionist.
  1. Syed Hasan al Fateh. He was the prince of Persia after Sultan Hussain al Qaaf.
  1.  Syed Omar al Oshi. From his brother Syed Badshah Nasruddin Hussain and his son Sayyid Ali Mujtaba, Sayyid Taqiuddin ibn Sheikh Amir Shamsiddin Madini of Samarqand (Uzbekistan), Syed Meera’an Yahya Tirmizi of Gujrat (Pakistan) and Kastir Gul Kaka Sahibof Noshehra (Pakistan) are descanded.
  1.  Syed Abdul Ghafar Muhammad. He is buried in Ghor.
  1. Syed Muhammad ( Gesudaraz I ).

The people were following him because of his purity, performance and knowledge. He married several Pashton women, He married a woman from Kakar Ghurghusht tribe (The daughter of tribal leader her name was Sher Bano) and had a son named Syed Saiffudin Ahmad, He is the proginator of Mashwani tribe.

From his Sherani wife (The daughter of Sherani tribe leader her name is not mentioned) he had Mir Syed Muhammad Sani, His descandants are Storyani.

From Karlani (Laqman’s tribe) wife, He had two sons, Mir Syed Abbas the ancestor of Wardag tribe and Syed Fakhruddin Muhammad, His descendants are known as Hani or Honai.

Syed Saifuddin Ahmad had nine sons named:

  1. Syed Zafaruddin Muhammad (Progenitor of Yousaf Khail, Kapoor Khail and Banuris and their sub branches)
  2. Syed Alauddin Hasan al Akbar (Progenitor of Ludin)
  3. Syed Hassan al Asghar
  4. Syed Hussain al Akbar
  5. Syed Riazuddin
  6. Syed Jafar (Progenitor of Roghanis)
  7. Syed Aleemuddin
  8. Syed Suleiman
  9. Syed Hussain al Asghar.

They have large number of descendants have been divided into further branches some well known sub tribes and branches are Ludin, Banuri, Roghani, Matkani, Kazboti, Sahari, Kherbari, Yaghind, Hussain Khail, Baji Khail, Durakhail, JaniKhail, Amani Khail, Meero Khail, Ali Khail, Muhammad Khail, Aka Khail, Juna Khail, Sulaiman Khail, Chachay Zai, Akhun Khail, Molyaan, Sahib Khail, Rahat Khail and others. Mashwani is a geographical surname adopted due to siting from Mashwan of Iraq.

Syed Nurrudin Abbas Wardag had seven sons named:

  1. Syed Muhammad al Akbar
  2. Syed Noor Muhammad (Proginator of Noor and Mili Khail),
  3. Syed Ali
  4. Syed Mir Ali
  5. Syed Gadai Ali
  6. Syed Abbas Sani Toorzan,
  7. Syed Muhammad al Asghar (Progenitor of Mahyar).

Their descendants are known as Wardags of many sub tribes and sub branches. These are Mamek, Noor, Wati, Meer Khail, Gadai, Turak, Mayar. Sub branches of Mayar are Malakyar, Khuram Khail, Adin Khail, Misri Khail. Sub Branch of Noor khail is Mili khail.  Wardag is a geographical name adopted due to Medan Wardak of Afghanistan.

Syed Muhammad Hani had five sons named:

  1. Syed Dolat
  2. Syed Abu Izzuddin,
  3. Syed Muraduddin,
  4. Syed Mujduddin Majdaun,
  5. Syed Muhammad Zoshti.

Their descendants are known as Hani or Honai. Their tribes and sub tribes, branches are Khudadad Khail, Dolat Khail, Boghri, Zoshti, Khushi Rawadon, Khaweshgi and Hotizai etc.

Syed Muhammad Sani had five sons named:

  1. Syed Jafar (Progenitor of Gandapur)
  2. Syed Hassan
  3. Syed Mureed Ali
  4. Syed Amar Khan
  5. Syed Omar.

Their descendants are Storyani and or Ushtrani commonly known as Ustranas. They are Gandapurs, Sheikhi, Mariri, Amra Khail and Homr.

Khuwaja Yaqoob Charkhi of Doshanba Tajikistan, Sheikh al Ajal Muhammad Sarar Zai of Ghazni, Syed Adam Banuri of India buried in Madinah Saudi Arabia, Syed Ashraf Jahangir Simnani of India, Syed Muhammad Awliya, Syed Muhammad Qutab of Kohat, Syed Muhammad Yar Atish Nafs of Ghazni, Syed Abdul Ahad Shams Baba of Ghazni, Syed Bahuddin Bhaijan of Ghazni, Syed Andullah Hani of Khoast, Syed Suleiman Shah of Sirikot, Syed Muhammad Ahmad Shah Qadri of Sirikot, Syed Ayub Shah Malang of Gudwalian, Syed Ghulam Sarwar Storyani Qadri on Keech, Sheikh Isa Mashwani of Dehli India, Syed Shah Ghos Muhammad of Toli Afghanistan and hundreds of other saints are being descended from Syed Muhammad ( Gesudaraz I ).

Ghazi Muhammad Jan Khan Wardag had played an active role in the independence of Afghanistan from Russian issues and been killed and buried  in Balkh of Afghanistan.

His descendants are living in Morocco, Kirghystan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, India, China, Egypt and Saudi Arabia.

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mishwani

The Meeran mausoleum located in Dera Ismail Khan near Suleiman Mountains built by Sultan Behram bin Muhammad bin Mahmood Ghaznavi, Resting place of Syed Muhammad Gesudaraz I and his sons and other descendants of him, and his servants. Telling the silent history.

 

Yaqub Charkhi

     Grave of Khuwaja Yaqub Charkhi Hani in Halaftu (Tajikistan).

Yakub Charkhi

Shrine of Khuwaja Yaqub Charkhi (Tajikistan)

Ёқуб Чархий

Inside beautiful art work in Shrine of Khuwaja Yaqub Charkhi, Halaftu (Tajikistan)

Mishwani

       Shrine and Masque of Syed Muhammad Ahmad Shah Qadri Mashwani known as Pir-e-Bangladesh in Shitalu Sharif Sirikot (Pakistan).

Syed Shah Muhammad Ghous Lodin Mashwani

Shrine of Syed Shah Muhammad Ghous Lodin Mashwani Toli Shareef (Afghanistan)

sirikot

Grave of Syeda Khapur Jan Shaheed in Boketar Sirikot (Pakistan)

Syed Muhammad Ayub Shah Malang

Grave of Syed Muhammad Ayub Shah Malang, Gudwalian Haripur Hazara (Pakistan)

Syed Rahim dad Mashwani

Grave of Syed Rahim dad Mashwani Gudwalian Haripur Hazara (Pakistan)

sirikot

Shrine of Syed Soleiman Shah Wali-e-Gandghar Sirikot (Pakistan)

Simnani

Shrine of Syed Ashraf Jahangir Simnani, Kichaucha, (Northern India)

Kichaucha

Night view of the shrine of Syed Ashraf Jahangir Simnani, Kichaucha, (Northern India)

Simnani

Grave of Syed Ashraf Jahangir Simnani, Kichaucha, (Northern India)

Mishwani

An memorable group picture of Mashwani leaders on the top of the hill at Sirikot Hazara 1907.

Sirikot

Syed Shaheed Baba Mashwani grave in Botigram, Sirikot (Pakistan)

sirikot

Old graveyard of Sirikot, Grave of Qazi Syed Rehmatullah Shah, Ghazi Pati Sirikot (Pakistan)

Mashwani

Grave of Pir-e-Bangladesh Syed Muhammad Ahmad Shah Qadri Mashwani at Shitalu Sharif Sirikot (Pakistan)

Mashwani

Qazi Syed Rehmatullah Shah grave at Ghazi Pati Sirikot (Pakistan)

Bhaijan Hani

Poem Family Tree of Syed Bahauddin Bhaijan Hani in his book

Mashwani

Old graveyard of Mashwanis in Sirikot (Pakistan)

Mashwani

Grave of Syed Azeemar Mashwani at Serai, Sirikot (Pakistan)

Syed Bahauddin Bhaijan Hani

Shrine of Syed Bahauddin Bhaijan Hani in Ghazni

Sirikot

Shrine of Wali-e-Gandghar Syed Soleiman Shah at Serai, Sirikot (Pakistan)

Sirikot

Grave of Wali-e-Gandghar Syed Soleiman Shah Mashwani at Serai, Sirikot (Pakistan)

Mashwani

From a rare founding book Halat-e-Mashwani (1930) by  Syed Yousaf Shah Mashwani

Sirikot

Syed Abdul Hameed Naqshbandi Khamosh Pir resting place at Chinar Kot Sirikot Hazara, (Pakistan)

Syed Abdul Hameed Naqshbandi

Syed Dhand Baba Ji Basu Mera, Sirikot (Pakistan).

 

Lineage of Khuwaja Yaqub Charkhi 762-851 AH (Tajikistan): 

  1. Hazrat Muhammad s.a.w.
  2. Syeda Fatima-tuz-Zahra w/o Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.
  3. Imam Hussain r.a.
  4. Imam Ali Zayn ul Abidin r.a.
  5. Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.
  6. Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.
  7. Syed Ismail Araj
  8. Syed Ali al-Kathim
  9. Syed Muhammad Sherani
  10. Syed Abi al Jinn Ali (Syed Qa’en)
  11. Syed Hussain Shaheed (Syed Qaaf)
  12. Syed Abi al Hassan Ali Qab Sani
  13. Syed Hasan al Fateh
  14. Syed Omar al Oshi  (from Osh region Kirghystan)
  15. Syed Abdul Ghafar Muhammad
  16. Syed Muhammad ( Gesudaraz I )  371-437 AH
  17. Syed Fakhruddin Muhammad Hani  421-501 AH
  18. Syed Muhammad Zoshti  458-554 AH
  19. Syed Muhammad Sararzai  502-599 AH
  20. Syed Mahmood  547-652 AH
  21. Syed Usman  623-788 AH
  22. Hazrat Syed Khuwaja Yaqub Charkhi  762-851 AH

 

 Mir Syed Saqib Imad Mashwani

Naqib Sadaat al Ashraf Pakistan.

 

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Paternal lineage of  Naqib Mir Syed Saqib Imad Mashwani

(Sirikot, Haripur Hazara, Khyber Pakhtun Khuwa, Pakistan): 

  1. Hazrat Muhammad s.a.w.
  2. Syeda Fatima-tuz-Zahra w/o Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.
  3. Imam Hussain r.a.
  4. Imam Ali Zayn ul Abidin r.a.
  5. Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.
  6. Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.
  7. Syed Ismail Araj
  8. Syed Ali al-Kathim
  9. Syed Muhammad Sherani
  10. Syed Abi al Jinn Ali (Syed Qa’en)
  11. Syed Hussain Shaheed (Syed Qaaf)
  12. Syed Abi al Hassan Ali Qab Sani
  13. Syed Hasan al Fateh
  14. Syed Omar al Oshi  (from Osh region Kirghystan)
  15. Syed AbdulGhafar Muhammad
  16. Syed Muhammad ( Gesudaraz I ) 
  17. Syed Ahmed Saifuddin
  18. Syed Zafaruddin Muhammad
  19. Syed Badruddin Masood
  20. Syed Abdulghafoor Muhammad al Akbar
  21. Syed Abdullah Sahl
  22. Syed Mahmood Abdul Karim
  23. Syed Abdul Jalal
  24. Syed Abdul Rauf
  25. Syed Yousaf Abdul Raheem
  26. Syed Abdulghafoor Uthman known as Kapoor Shah (Resided in Sirikot, Gandghar of Hazara)
  27. Syed Tafazzal Ali known as Tafahs Shah
  28. Syed Muhammad Abi Shah Murad
  29. Syed Yaqub Shah
  30. Syed Baji Shah
  31. Syed Wahdat Shah
  32. Syed Sahib Shah
  33. Syed Akbar Shah
  34. Syed Mansur Shah
  35. Syed Rasul Shah
  36. Syed Dolat Shah
  37. Syed Ozad Shah
  38. Syed Ne’mat Shah
  39. Syed Munawwar Shah
  40. Syed Musharraf Shah
  41. Syed Aalam Khan
  42. Syed Raheem Dad
  43. Syed Zewar Shah
  44. Syed Safdar Shah
  45. Naqib Mir Syed Saqib Imad Mashwani

 

Maternal lineage of Naqib Mir Syed Saqib Imad Mashwani

(Sirikot, Haripur Hazara, Khyber Pakhtun Khuwa, Pakistan): 

  1. Hazrat Muhammad s.a.w.
  2. Syeda Fatima-tuz-Zahra w/o Imam Ali bin Abu Talib r.a.
  3. Imam Hussain r.a.
  4. Imam Ali Zayn ul Abidin r.a.
  5. Imam Muhammad al Baqir r.a.
  6. Imam Ja’far al Sadiq r.a.
  7. Syed Ismail Araj
  8. Syed Ali al-Kathim
  9. Syed Muhammad Sherani
  10. Syed Abi al Jinn Ali (Syed Qa’en)
  11. Syed Hussain Shaheed (Syed Qaaf)
  12. Syed Abi al Hassan Ali Qab Sani
  13. Syed Hasan al Fateh
  14. Syed Omar al Oshi (from Osh region Kirghystan)
  15. Syed Abdul Ghafar Muhammad
  16. Syed Muhammad ( Gesudaraz I )
  17. Syed Ahmed Saifuddin
  18. Syed Zafaruddin Muhammad
  19. Syed Badruddin Masood
  20. Syed Abdulghafoor Muhammad al Akbar
  21. Syed Abdullah Sahl
  22. Syed Mahmood Abdul Karim
  23. Syed Abdul Jalal
  24. Syed Abdul Rauf
  25. Syed Yousaf Abdul Rahim
  26. Syed Abdulghafoor Uthman known as Kapoor Shah (Resided in Sirikot, Gandghar of Hazara)
  27. Syed Tafazzal Ali known as Tafahs Shah
  28. Syed Abi Shah Murad Muhammad
  29. Syed Yaqub Shah
  30. Syed Baji Shah
  31. Syed Wahdat Shah
  32. Syed Sahib Shah
  33. Syed Akbar Shah
  34. Syed Mansur Shah
  35. Syed Rasul Shah
  36. Syed Murad Shah
  37. Syed Taj Shah
  38. Syed Sher Shah
  39. Syed Ameer Khan
  40. Syed Peer Khan
  41. Syed Zain Khan
  42. Syed Sher Zaman
  43. Syed Akbar Khan
  44. Al Haj Syed Hafeezur Rahman
  45. Syeda Shaheen Akhtar
  46. Naqib Mir Syed Saqib Imad Mashwani

 

Sayyid Elkham Bahadur

Authorized representative and

Member of the Association,

Naqib of Bukhara branch (Uzbekistan)

 

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