Saturday, December 22, 2018

TUGAS YANG BELUM SELESAI



Diceritakan oleh Tuan Dalam (Sayid Abd Rahman B Muhamad Al-Idrus), Tuan Tengah dan keluarga datang ke Terengganu dari Kota Bharu. Setelah sekian lama, Tuan Tengah beransur-ansur menyembunyi kan diri bila orang kampung mula bertanya siapa sebenar nya gerangan diri Tuan Tengah. Sehingga sekarang tiada yang ketahui dimana pusara Tuan Tengah. Kenapa perlu menyembunyikan diri? Juga soalan yang tiada jawapan sehingga kini.




https://karami-suaraku.blogspot.com/2013/08/tanah-perkuburan-kg-seberang-tuan-chik.html

Pusara datuk iaitu Tuan Hitam B Tuan Chik 'Misai' terletak di Beruas, Penarik satu daerah di Patani.
Kepada sesiapa yang membaca blog ini dari Kelantan khususnya di Kota Bharu yang mengenali atau ada kaitan kekeluargaan, pohon dapat hubungi penulis blog.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

KUCING KU SINBA (13/9/12- 4/10/18)


Pelukan terakhir aku untuk Sinba sebelum dikebumikan. Selamat jalan Sinba.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

SHAIKH YACUB SARFI

Hazrat Shaikh Yaqub Sarfi, cousin of Baba Daud Khaki, was born in 1521 C.E.. His father, Shaikh Mir Hasan Ganai, was a nobleman in the court of the Sultan of Kashmir. He learnt the Qur'an at home, memorising the entire book by the age of six. By eight, he had begun composing poetry, and was then put under the care of a famous scholar, Maulana Muhammad Ani, who taught him Farsi and Arabic. After that, he studied Islamic jurisprudence, Arabic and Sufism from Maulana Mir Raziuddin and Hafiz Basir Khandabhawani. In search of a spiritual master, he set off on a long and arduous journey to Samarqand in Central Asia (modern-day Uzbekistan), where he accepted the noted Sufi Hazrat Shaikh Hussain Khwarizmi as his pir. After training on the Sufi path under him, he returned to Kashmir, settling down at the khanqah of Shaikh Sultan Kashmiri in Srinagar, making this the centre for his missionary work. In 1557, when Shaikh Yaqub Sarfi was thirty-five, the Shah Miri dynasty was overthrown by the Chaks. The Chaks traced their origins to Baltistan. Being from outside Kashmir, they were not particularly concerned, writes Siddiqui, about the welfare of the people of Kashmir. At this time, a noted Shi'a missionary, Mir Shamsuddin 'Iraqi, entered Kashmir and made many disciples, including several members of then Chak royal family. A passionate Shi'a, the Chak king Yaqub Shah is said to have set about persecuting his Sunni subjects. This caused several Sunni scholars to leave Kashmir and seek shelter elsewhere (Siddiqui, 1383 A.H. : 20-22). As an important Sunni leader and scholar, Shaikh Yaqub Sarfi is said to have been a thorn in the Sultan's flesh, and therefore, the Sultan plotted to have him killed. When the Shaikh heard about the conspiracy, he left Kashmir, and went on a long journey that took him to Samarqand, Iran and then finally to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina, where he spent several months in the company of accomplished Islamic scholars, studying various Qur'anic commentaries (tafasir) and the Traditions of the Prophet (hadith). He returned to India later, stopping at Fatehpur Sikri, where he took initiation in the Chishti order from the renowned Sufi, Hazrat Salim Chishti, and then going on to Sirhind, in Punjab, where he instructed the Naqshbandi Sufi, Hazrat Shaikh Ahmad Sirhindi, in the hadith and Sufism and initiated him into the Kubrawi order. When he finally returned to Kashmir, the political situation was grim, with the Sunnis labouring under considerable oppression under Yaqub Shah Chak. The Sultan issued a royal decree ordering that Yaqub Sarfi should be killed for not reading the call to prayer (azan) in the Shi'a manner, and that his body should be tied to the tail of an elephant and dragged through the streets of Srinagar. This provoked the Sunnis of the town, who rose up in protest. In order to put an end to the persecution of the Sunnis, Shaikh Yaqub Sarfi and a group of his companions went to the court of the Mughal Emperor Akbar at Agra, requesting him to send an army to Kashmir and overthrow the Chak ruler. In their audience with Akbar, Shaikh Yaqub Sarfi and his companions insisted that after Akbar took over the administration of Kashmir, he should ensure full freedom of religion to all its people; that there should be no interference with local commerce and trade; that no Kashmiri should be enslaved; that the practise of begar or compulsory labour be abolished; and that those who had been associated with the Chak regime should be divested of their powers. Akbar gave his consent to these conditions, and then despatched an army under Mirza Shah Rukh against Yaqub Shah Chak. The Chaks fought valiantly and defeated the Mughals. Then, in 1586, Akbar sent a larger army to Kashmir, under Mirza Qasim Khan, which inflicted a decisive defeat on the Chaks, and Yaqub Shah was forced to flee to Kishtwar, where he died in 1592. In this way, the last independent Kashmiri dynasty came to an end, and Kashmir was made a part of the Mughal Empire ( Khayal (b), 1998: 139-159. Also, Haideri, 1987: 5-11). With the Mughal take-over of Kashmir, some Sunnis are said to have launched stern reprisals against the Shi'as. Shaikh Yaqub Sarfi is said to have bitterly protested against this, and is credited with having made efforts to restore peace and inter-community harmony. After conditions had settled down somewhat, he left for the Haj, and returned a year later with a large number of books, setting up a magnificent library in Srinagar. It is said that the library contained some fifteen thousand books. Shaikh Yaqub Sarfi is credited with having written several books, both in prose as well as in poetry form, on Sufism, the Traditions of the Prophet, Islamic rituals and on the lives of various saints. He was regarded as one of the leading Islamic scholars of his time, earning the title of Ishan Sahib, or 'guide' or 'master'. His Sufi poetry is considered to be among the gems of Kashmiri mystical writings. A pious Muslim, he saw the light of God as pervading every little particle in the world thus: I see that lonely face manifest In whatever I regard. Though I look at a hundred thousand mirrors, In all that One Face is manifest (A.Q. Rafiqi, 1996: 124). Shaikh Yaqub Sarfi breathed his last in 1594 at the age of seventy-five, and is buried at a shrine at Mohalla Ishan Sahib in Srinagar.



Written by Shaykh Yaqub Sarfi Kashmiri
A rare manuscript of a Persian book Panj Ganj by the great Sufi master of Kubravi order Shaykh Yaqoub Sarfi Kashmiri (d.1594)






www.maktabah.org/fa/item/2095-panj-ganj-farsi





Saturday, July 28, 2018

Beyond the Seas- Circle Band



***Aku harungi dalam rahmat Mu
 Diterangi cahaya untuk terus mencari
 Mencari mu kekasih ku

Ya Nur Ya Nur Ya Nur
Suluh lah aku

Berenang dalam aliran alkautsar
Rindu hati ingin bertemu
Tekad mencari mu
Dicelah jutaan bidadari
Panggil lah aku kasih
Supaya ku dengar suara mu
Supaya tidak ku sesat (bersambung)***

Friday, July 27, 2018

Circle band - My beloved گروه دايره - جان منست او



Oh Beloved, take me. Liberate my soul. Fill me with your love and release me from the two worlds. If I set my heart on anything but you let fire burn me from inside. Oh Beloved, take away what I want. Take away what I do. Take away what I need. Take away everything that takes me from you — Rumi.

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

RE-UNION KERABAT DATO' BALAI TERENGGANU


Dengan penuh syukur, akhir nya perhimpunan kerabat2 Datuk Balai Terengganu akan terlaksana.

Aku bermula dengan tulisan berkenaan Dato Balai hanya untuk mencari jawapan siapakah gerangan Dato Balai Che Umat. Bagi aku mesti ada keistimewaan yang ada pada diri Dato Balai Che Umat sehingga diperjodohkan dengan Wan Kalthum iaitu anak kepada Wan Abd Kadir B Wan Abd Rahim yg lebih dikenali Tok Syeikh Wan Bukit Bayas.

Terima kasih kepada ibu saudara ku Zainun Bt Muhamad B Ibrahim B Dato Balai Che Umat kerana telah menceritakan berkenaan Wan Kalthum juga menceritakan berkenaan dengan gelaran Dato Penghulu Balai ini. Kalau tidak kerana cerita beliau, aku masih terfikir kenapa keluarga2 lain selain keluarga Dato Balai Salim B Dato Balai Che Umat masih juga dikenali sebagai keluarga Dato Balai. Rupa2 nya gelar ini gelaran yang titis menitis generasi ke generasi, Dato Balai Salim adalah Dato Balai Terengganu yg terakhir dan gelaran itu dibiarkan kosong sehingga sekarang.

Keturunan ini adalah keturunan Che Bugis Kembayat. Arwah Tokki, Muhammad B Ibrahim B Dato Balai Che Umat menyebut keturunan ini sebagai 'Che Original'. Dahulu nya kenapa pembesar2 istana Terengganu ramai dari kalangan orang bugis adalah kerana mereka adalah kerabat2 dari istana Riau.

Akhir nya blog karami-suaraku, dapat juga memain peranan kecil nya sehingga dapat menjalin kan ikatan silaturahim keluarga Dato Balai Terengganu.

Selamat ber Re-union.