A Few Words About The Author

A few words from:
Musaddek Osmany
Local Government Officer
London, England.

In the realm of Sufis and saints newcomers are reluctantly welcomed because of traditional jealousy and envy. Sufi Abdur Rahim Choudhury is no exception. His good and pious family background along with his divine power of Saintship or Peerakee contributed to that.

In my short acquaintance of last five years I have seen and found many persons who have benefited from his spiritual guidance, healings and blessings. He is a follower of Cheestia, Qudeeria and Shazli mozob and his knowledge of Islam is deep rooted in the Holy Quran, Sunnah and Hadith.

By nature he is a kind and caring man.

May Allah (SWT) bless his endeavours in this book and excel him through writing.

A few words from:
Toyafel Ahmed Chowdhry
Birmingham, England.

Muhammed Abdur Rahim Choudhury (Khudadad Shazli), father Hazrat Khaza Sufi Abdul Kadim Choudhury Chisty (RA) was a devoted khalifa of one of Delhi's pious Muslim leaders, Hazrat Abdus Samad Faridi Fakri Chisty (RA).

Muhammed Abdur Rahim Choudhury was born in the year 1932 in a village called Akbarpur, Khrimgang in India. His family originates from the very well known and respected dynasty of Hazrat Khaza Shah Chirag Chistiya (RA) in Chistiya Pakistan.

Sheikh Abdul Aziz Shazli Kadiriya (RA) named Muhammed Abdur Rahim Choudhury, Khudadad Shazli. Long before he was born, one night Hazrat Sheikh Mowlana Abdul Aziz Shazli Kadiriya (RA) dreamt of his birth and was told through his dream that his child yet to be born should be named Khudadad Shazli. His hence informed his devoted Khalifa, the grandfather/grandmother of Abdur Rahim's birth.

Muhammed Abdur Rahim Choudhury now lives in Manchester helping fellow Muslim brothers and sisters, with the help of Allah (SWT) both in England, America, and the Indian sub continent. Amongst his many well wishers my family and myself are one of those who have encountered his great gift of spiritual healing. With Allah's (SWT) help and his gift of spiritual healing he was able to heal us from the influences of dark spirits and insanity, restoring humanity and peace within our lives again on two occasions.

We are forever grateful for his help and belief in Allah (SWT), which alone helped us through a very dark period of our lives. His help and belief has made us question our practice as fellow Muslim brothers and sisters and has strengthened our belief in Allah (SWT) to whom belong all that is on earth and the heavens.

A few words from:
Mrs Shaheda Begum
Rugby, Warwickshire, England.

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