|Are you seeking or offering?||: I am offering|
|Address||: Gulghast Colony|
The seal relates to a renowned personality who migrated from Baghdad and settled in Shahkot, Multan, in 650 A.H. (1220 A.D).The saint is the father of a famous sufi hazrat syed Ahmad Sultan known as Sakhi Sarwar R.A, Lalan wali sarkar, the Lakhdata of Punjab, a historical personage. |
Hazrat syed sakhi Zain ul Abideen R.A, the earliest sufi saint of eminence, spent many years in Madina Munawara.The holy prophet Hazrat Mohammad (may peace be upon him) appeared in a dream and instructed him to proceed towards the"Asian Subcontinent" to convince the people to the right path, preach or spread the teachings of Islam.Hazrat syed sakhi Zain ul Abideen R.A practiced austerities and prayers in Shahkot to reshape the sacred in society, people in millions were converted to Muslim.
The great sufi saints paternal genealogy is directly related ten generations up with Ameer ul Momeneen (commander of the faithful) hazrat Imam Ali bin Abu Talib (Karam Allah Wajhu), thus he is a direct descendant of the holy prophet Hazrat Mohammad (may peace be upon him).The name Zain ul Abideen was selected by his father hazrat Syed Umar R.A.due to the deep love and devotion with Imam Zain ul Abideen (A.S).
The great Sufi Saint was famous for his generosity, redress the misery of those in distress, fulfill the needs of the helpless by distributing everything to the poor and needy persons.Due to the essence of generosity, hazrat syed sakhi Zain ul Abideen R.A and his descendants later known as sakhi (Bountiful chief).Annual Urs festival is celebrated with great fervour on the month of July every year.
Hazrat Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani R.A."Ghaus-ul-Azam".Hazrat Moin ud din chishti R.A."Khawaja ghareeb nawaz".
Description. Syed Zain ul Abideen Shah"Sultan Sarwar"
Inscription script. Arabic (nasta‘liq variant)
Inscription technique. Engraved
Date Period. AD 1248
Time period. A D 13th century
Geography.South Asian Subcontinent
Dimensions. 3.9 cm (diameter) 18.430 grams (weight)
Medium. brass, incised
Shape.Circular with three bands of inscription
Condition.Extremely fine, extremely rare and historically important
Circular seal with nasta‘liq inscription and floral decoration, front face slightly rounded, circular.Two concentric lines follow the shape of the face.A date in 'Islamic' figures beneath.Three bands of script (nasta`līq), with dots.On the ground there are small flower heads consisting of dots.
Please contact, If you are a serious buyer.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a genuine remarkable piece regarding the sacred relics of the early Islamic saint that you will not even found in a museum.