Hazrat Pir Miran Saiyed Ali-Vali Sarkar (r)

Sufi Saints


The substance and meaning of Sufism

The substance of Sufism is the Truth and the meaning of Sufism is the selfless experiencing and actualization of the Truth.

The practice of Sufism

The practice of Sufism is the intention to go towards the Truth, by means of love and devotion. This is called the tariqat, the spiritual path or way towards God.

The definition of the Sufi

The sufi is one who is a lover of Truth, who by means of love and devotion moves towards the Truth, towards the perfection which all are truly seeking. As necessitated by love's jealousy, the sufi is taken away from all except the Truth.

In Sufism, it is by the Tariqat (Spiritual Path) that the self is gradually purified and transformed into Divine Attributes, until there is nothing left of one’s compulsive self. Then all that remains is the Perfect, Divine Self. In such extensive and precise work, asceticism and abstinence are virtually worthless.

Click on the links below to view the brief life story of great sufi saints of their time:

For further details read these titles in the Literature Section -

  • Khambat through my eyes
  • Faiz-e Miran

  • Shrine
  • Mosque
  • Spiritual Healing
  • School
  • Welfare