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- Makhdoom Syed Mehmood-ul-Hassan Shah Khaki, also known as ‘Mastwaar Qalandar’ was born in Chakwal, Pakistan, and is the son of the Sufi saint Makhdoom Syed Rasool Shah Khaki (Siri Nagar, Kashmir).
- Their bloodline is from Hassani-Hussaini Syed, the line of Hazrat Ali (R.A) and their ancestors include Ghous e Azam – Hazrat Sheikh Abdul Qadir Gilani who was a great Sufi saint. The family name ‘Khaki’ originates from Daud Shah Khaki (Siri Nagar, Kashmir 1521-1585) who was also a famous Sufi Saint and Chief Justice.
- Makhdoom Syed Rasool Shah Khaki came to Lahore in 1940 and sometime after that arrived in the place which is now named after him – Makhdoom Pur Sharif, Chakwal.
- Mastwaar Qalander has written a number of books in Urdu, including poetry, on Tasawwuf and Maarfat (spirituality).
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