Uwaisia sufi order is to share the pain of humanity and help the creation of Allah ﷻ
Muhammadia UwasiaSufi Order
Shaykh Khawaja Muhammad Owais was granted ازن (permission) of Uwaisia silsila directly from Prophet Muhammad ﷺ in his blessed court in Madinah المدينة المنورة back in 1st Shaban 1434 AH (2013 CE) and Prophet Muhammad ﷺ blessed this silsila with the name "Mohammadia, Uwaisia".
Last shaykh of silsla Uwaisa was Nūr ad-Dīn 'Abd ar-Rahmān Jāmī رَضِيَ ٱللَّٰهُ عَنْهُ (Persian: نورالدین عبدالرحمن جامی) (1414-1492 CE)
Uwais Al Qarni رَضِيَ ٱللَّٰهُ عَنْهُ
Hazrat Uwais al-Qarni رَضِيَ ٱللَّٰهُ عَنْهُ (or Owais; Arabic: أُوَيْس ٱبْن عَامِر ٱبْن جَزْء ٱبْن مَالِك ٱلْقَرَنِيّ) (594CE to 656 CE) is Khayr al-Tabi'een خَيْر ٱلتَّابِعِين and Sayyid al-Tabi'een fi Zamanahu سَيِّد ٱلتَّابِعِين فِي زَمَانَه . He is also a martyr who fought on the side of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib عَلَيْهِ ٱلسَّلَامُ in the Battle of Siffeen.
Silsila (Arabic: سِلْسِلَة) is an Arabic word meaning chain, link, connection often used in various senses of lineage. In particular, it may be translated as "(religious) order" or "spiritual genealogy" where one Sufi Master transfers his khilfat to his spiritual descendant. In Urdu, Silsila means saga.
A Sheikh or shaykh (Arabic: شيخ shaykh; ; pl. شيوخ shuyūkh), of Sufism is a Sufi who is authorized to teach, initiate and guide aspiring dervishes in the islamic faith. He distracts himself from worldly riches and women. The sheik is vital to the path of the novice Sufi, for the sheik has himself travelled the path of mysticism. Viewed as the spiritual master, the sheik forms a formal allegiance (bay'a) to the disciple of Sufism and authorizes the disciple's travels and helps the disciple along the mystical path. Islamic tradition focuses on the importance of chains and legitimization. In Sufism, sheiks are connected by a continuous spiritual chain (isnad, sanad, silsila). This chain links every previous Sufi sheik, and eventually can be traced back to the Successors, and in later times to the Prophet himself. As Sufism grew, influential shayks began to acquire spiritual centers and waypoints known as khanqah, ribat, and zaouia. Sheikhs duplicate the Prophetic realities, and are also expected to perform and act as an intermediary between the Creator and the created, since the sheikh has arrived close to God through his meditations and spiritual travels. There are several types of such sheikh. This can, for example, be someone who inherits leadership of a group of Sufis, who although he does not have the spiritual standing of a genuine sheik of Tarbiyah (Instruction) nevertheless has a blessing in that by holding to him his followers have unity and community, as is in the Noble Hadith, "The hand of Allah is with the Arabic جماعة (jama'ah)."
Shaykh Muhammad Awais
Shaykh Khawaja Muhammad Awais is from tareeqa Muhammadia, Uwaisia, Naqeebia, Qadria, Suharwardiya, Abu Al Alaiya, Naqshbandia, Chishtia Sabria, Jahangiria.
hazrat khawaja khwajgan ghous e zaman sayedna sufi muhammad naqeeb ullah shah r.a.
Qadri Suharwardi Naqshbandi (AbuAlAlai) Chishti Sabri Jahangiri (Khanqah Mualla Naqeeb Abaad Shareef Zila Qasoori Punjab Pakistan)
khawaja sufi khaksaar ahmed shah naqeebi
Naqibi Qadri Suharwardi AbuAlAlai Naqshbandi, Chishti Sabri Jahangiri