#NizamuddinAwliya #Khusro #Sufi #Soofie #Chishti 💫🌹Hazrath Amir Khusrau (1253-1325) the courtier, poet, writer, musician and Chishti Sufi had an irresistible personality. He became the most beloved disciple of Hazrath Nizamuddin Awliya. When the two met the unseen lovers’ hearts became joined. The two strangers came together: ‘Eshq aamad-o shod chu khunam andar rag-o pust
Taa kard maraa tahi-o por kard ze dust
Ajzaa’-ye-wojudam hamagi dust gereft
Naamist maraa bar man baqi hama ust.
Love came and spread like blood in my veins and the skin of me,
It filled me with the Friend and completely emptied me.
The Friend has taken over all parts of my existence,
Only my name remains, as all is He.
He dedicated himself with a sincere devotion to his murshid. One day he placed a poem praising Hazrath Nizamuddin Awliya before his murshid, who then asked: “What do you desire?“ He asked for the sweetness of language. The command came forth: “Bring that bowl of sugar from under the cot and sprinkle it over your head and eat some of it.” Hazrat Amir Khusrau did so and consequently the sweetness of his words captured the world from east to west. 💫🙏🏼