Syed Nasir Uddin of Sipahsala. Its victory

Syed Nasir Uddin of Sipahsala. Its victory
Syed Nasir Uddin of Sipahsala. Its victory

Syed Nasir Uddin of Sipahsala. In the capital of Achak Narayan, he spent the night at a place called Er Uchail in Habiganj along the way with his soldiers. After spending the night, before starting the journey to the local people, when they asked the people about the capital of Achak Narayan, they showed the road and told them to go east, from there this area is called Taraf. Known to be known. Bishgai on the banks of Khoai river in Habiganj was the capital of Tarap state. However, its name was not Bishga. Syed Nasir Uddin of Sipahsala. Within days of the fall of the capital by its troops, a large number of soldiers died of water-borne diseases, hence the name Bishgao. You can go to Bishga by CNG in 10 minutes from Shaistaganj bus station on Dhaka Sylhet highway.

Achak Narayan was the ruler of Tarap. He is known as a Muslim-hating Hindu king.
Like Gauda Gevinda, he considered himself to be mighty and mighty. He used to boast that no king or power could defeat him. He established a reign of terror. The Muslim subjects of the state were subjected to injustice in various ways and even religious activities were prevented in various ways. In his kingdom a devout Muslim named Nuruddin sacrificed a cow on the occasion of his son’s marriage. Achak Narayan executed Nuruddin for the crime of cow slaughter.
Syed Nasir Uddin of Sipahsala. When Tarap entered the kingdom with his army, this news reached Achak Narayan. Meanwhile Achak Narayan was distraught at the news of Govinda’s defeat. He realized that his uneducated soldiers could not compete with the well-educated Pathan soldiers. It will only destroy life. In this situation, he thought that it was his duty to establish a treaty, and he proposed a treaty, but this also did not bring any benefit. In exchange for Kazi Nuruddin’s blood, he must convert to Islam or fight. After receiving this reply, he left the capital in despair and took refuge in Tripura with his family. The king of Tripura gave shelter to the endangered Achaka Narayana but did not engage in battle with his army due to partiality. History has it that, thinking that it would not be safe to stay in Tripura, he went to Mathura from there. He died there. Tarap kingdom came under Muslim rule. Syed Nasir Uddin Rah. Transferred the capital of Tarap from Bishgaon to Laskarpur. Islam’s victory in Lashkarpur and established Islamic rule in Tharap state.
Morarbandh, the spiritual capital: Syed Nasir Uddin Rah. After establishing peace in his original Tarap kingdom, he handed over the responsibility of the Tarap kingdom to his children, and with the aim of being engaged in the worship of God alone, he used to spend his days alone in a place called Morarband on the banks of the river Khoi, in complete silence, meditating to attain the presence of God. The area is still silent, it is impossible to imagine how the area was seven hundred years ago. It is known that he used to meditate for three days, seven days, forty days in Chilla, and would come out when necessary (for Estenja).
After a few days passed like this, he felt that he might not live much longer, so he went to Sylhet to have a last meeting with his fellow soldier Hazrat Shah Jalal. There they both exchanged views and churned memories of many days. Syed Nasiruddin of Sipahsala. He came to Sylhet with the scepter in his hand to conquer, but he had no sense of pride in his movements, the modest nature of the Prophet’s family was his nature. Shahjalal was his elder, so he respected him very much. Besides, between Delhi to Sylhet, Sylhet to Taraf, Sipahsalar’s Bujurgi or Karamat was alive.
Hazrat Shah Jalal came to his last meeting and requested him to keep his body in Adina Masjid after his death. Then Syed Nasir Uddin Rah. After his death, according to his will, he was kept in Adina Mosque and the door was closed. Meanwhile, Syed Nasir Uddin died at Chowki Dakhi. Graves are dug to bury who. When the door of Adina Mosque was opened to bring the body, his body was not found there. Finally, the post containing his body was buried in the ground. The name of the place comes from that.
On the other hand, his dead body floats in the night sky or floats in the river and comes near the present Murarband shrine. As he had told in advance that this event would happen, there was no fear in people’s minds. When everyone came and prepared to bury after the funeral, many people remembered one of the deceased’s sayings, he said that after my death, my body should be placed with the feet towards the west and the head towards the east. Which is contrary to Sharia law. In the end, he was buried in North-South according to Sharia law. After the burial, while all the worshipers were praying, his grave turned with a loud sound. Even today, Syed Nasir Uddin died in Morarband. Its historical shrines are located vertically in east-west direction. There are no other graves west of his grave at Murarband. Every day many people gather to visit this grave.
We do not know of any other such east-west vertical graves anywhere else in the world. Syed Nasir Uddin of Sipahsala. This unprecedented tomb bears witness to how great an auliya he was. Various miracles and miracles are seen among saints. Only Allah Ta’ala knows the reason for all these deeds. Syed Nasir Uddin of Sipahsala. The history of the conquest of Sylhet is a glorious immortal history of the Mujahideen of the Prophet’s family in this country. Their life-long course of action has revolved around the uncompromising struggle against Batel with the determination to establish justice and rights in the society. For four and a half hundred years, his family ruled this country with a reputation for propagating and spreading Islam and ruling with justice.
From side: Syed Nasiruddin of Sipahsala. Many famous scholars-ulama, Pir-Mashaikh were born in its lineage. Malekul Ulama, Qutubul Auliya Sayedul Auliya etc. were among them. Gradually they spread in various parts of Bengal and Assam. They were famous even in the royal court of Delhi, surpassing the court of Bengal and Arakan, Murshidabad. Even in the near past there were such great men that even tigers and bears of the forest feared them. One such person was Syed Nurul Islam, son of Daudnagar resident Syed Abdul Karim. He arrived at Machihata in the present Brahmanaria district about three and a half hundred years ago. After the arrival of Syed Nurul Islam Bandegi, people came in droves and started repenting and reforming themselves, while Hindus came and became Muslims. People came and got rid of sins and Hindus came and got direction of light. Hence the name of the village became Machihata. Machi means sin and Hatta means to get away. Those who came here and repented considered themselves holy. Hence the name of the place came to be Maachi-Hatta (Place of Penance). At present Machihata.


The article is in Bengali

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