Category:Islamic Spiritual Figures

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Abdul-Qadir Gilani

Abdul-Qadir Gilani, also known as Ghous e Azam, is a famous mystic popular in Southeast Asia and is the founding of the Qadirriyya Sufi order.

Abu Bakr

Abu Bakr is one of the Rashidun, or "Rightly Guided Caliphs" and immediate successor to Prophet Muhammad according to Sunni Islami.

Al Ghazali

Al Ghazali is a famous Muslim theologian and mystic who connected the mysticism of Sufism with orthodox Sunni theology.

Ali ibn Abi Talib

Ali ibn Abi Talib is the cousin of the Prophet Muhammad and according to Shia Islam his rightful successor. He was one of the Rashidun and linked as the spiritual originator of many Sufi lineages.

Al Khidr

Al Khidr, also known as "The Green One," is the cosmic spiritual teacher who has guided and taught spiritual figures throughout history. He is often associated with Elijah.

Baha'ud Din Naqshband

Baha'ud Din Naqshband is the founder of the Naqshbanid Order of Sufism and his name is used in apotropaic invocations against the evil eye.


Bishr, also known as "Bishr the Barefoot" is a famous mystic and Islamic saint known for his piety and humble lifestyle. He is popular in Iraq.


Hafez is a famous mystic Persian poet whose poetry is often equated with that of Rumi. His books of poetry are often used in bibliomantic diviations.

Ibn Arabi


Jalaludin Rumi

Moinuddin Chisti



Shah Chan Charagh

Shah e Alam

Pages in category "Islamic Spiritual Figures"

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