انشااللہ، پاکستان کی عظمت کا دور آ کر رہے گا
Khawajah Jaan Muhammad Butt
Famous Writer Mumtaz Mufti Sahib mentioned a Saint (Darvesh) 'Bhai Jaan' in his books many times. 'Bhai Jaan' was a Mureed-e-Khas of 'Saeen Allah Bakhs RA' (Buried in Mareer Rawalpindi) and he was a very firm believer of Pakistan's great future.
Please also see Poetic Future Predictions, Mard-e-Qalander Saeen Allah Bakhs
In this post, Bhai Jaan's some spiritual Foretelling about Future of Pakistan are presented. Remember, these spiritual talks are scattered all over the book 'Alakh Nagri' and they were stated in 1955 to 1970 time span (approx). In the end, an extract from Book: Pyaz Ke Chilke with English translation is also posted.
1. Alakh Nagri: Page 435
2. Alakh Nagri: Page 442
3. Alakh Nagri: Page 478
4. Alakh Nagri: Page 500-501
5. Alakh Nagri: Page 554
6. Alakh Nagri: Page 624-625
7. Payaz Ke Chilke: Page 54-55
People will be stunned by Pakistan's blossoming, Insha'Allah!
(English Translation of Extract from Book:Pyaz Ke Chilke)
Pakistan had become an abode of peace for us. Pakistan had security for us, Muslims. Now I could really feel with high intensity that I am a Muslim. Though the light of faith was there in my heart or not, whether my lifestyle was in accordance with Islam or not. Whether there were pro-Islamic sentiments in my heart or not. In any case, I was a Muslim.
Eight years passed by. During this time, I got acquainted with a literary figure who was full of Islamic zeal and fervor. Someone in whose life the Islamic codes were practically visible. One day, I went to meet him and saw Khawaja Sahib seated there. We were introduced to each other. After this, I had the opportunity to come across Khawaja sahib quite many a times, now and then. Khawaja Sahib spoke less. He was used to hearing what others had to say instead of talking himself. He was intelligent and had a keen eye on various affairs. He always felt delight in helping others and the best thing in him was his correctness.
One day, I left for the graveyard. There, inside an ordinary square-walled building, I saw Khawaja Sahib reciting Fatiha over a grave. I stopped. After he got free, he greeted me with great joy as usual.
"So tell me, how are you?" he asked.
I replied "Not well really.."
"And why is that?" he asked.
"Just going through anxiety", I replied.
He asked again "Why? Anxiety for what?"
I said "Khawaja sahib, what will become of Pakistan? This boat is shaking wildly"
I had said this in a bit of amusement. It is true that I could feel Pakistan's boat shaking, but I had no real concern for it in my heart.
Khawaja sahib actually turned serious after listening to what I said:
"Mufti sahib" he said "Why do you worry for Pakistan when there are so many huge entities and personalities worrying for it? Why do you or I have to worry for it?"
He paused for a while, then continued "Do you see that old man over there?" I looked towards the place Khawaja sahib was pointing at, where he was offering Fatiha just a while ago. Khawaja sahib spoke up
"That old man had spent his whole life for the creation of Pakistan. This tree was planted by him"
"Mufti sahib", he said smiling "Great personalities are working for Pakistan. Why do you worry?"
"Then what do I do?" I inquired jokingly.
"What you can do is, before you do something, ponder over whether you are working for Pakistan's benefit? Is your step going against Pakistan? Your own interest lies in it. Pakistan will live free and prosper no matter what. People will be stunned by its blossoming. Insha'Allah!"
Sarkar Qibla Saeen Allah Bakhsh (Bhai Jaan's Mentor - Alakh Nagri Saints)
Mareer Hassan Graveyard- Near Railway Line Rawalpindi
In Mareer Hassan Graveyard, Rawalpindi, the gravestone of “Saaeen Allah Bakhsh RA”. Mumtaz Mufti mentions the saint in his book “Alakh Nagri”. Mufti had a spiritual inspiration with the saint, which started somewhat supernaturally and subsequently developed into Mufti’s unassailable love for Pakistan. I reached the place by following Mufti’s first account of visiting the grave back in 1960s. It was heartening to note that nothing from Mufti's description had changed (no formal shrine or other orthodox attachments).