Sufism especially of the Chishti order , Sikhism . His nephew and disciple and successor Alauddin Sabir Kaliyari was amongst the greatest Sufi saints and from him Sabiriya branch under Chisty order started. Moral Conduct and Authority: Various secondary shrines devoted to Baba Farid also began to be established around the 14th century that extended the shrine’s spiritual territory, or wilayat ,  though the shrines were built by commoners, rather than royal patrons. Charity food called Langar is distributed all day to visitors here  and the Auqaf Department, which administers the shrine. Another rare exceptional case was the late Hajjah Kainz Hussain of Jhelum , wife of the late Haji Manzoor Hussain, who was allowed inside the tomb and was given a Chaddar , which resulted in miraculous improvement in her health.
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Slowly, a shrine and pilgrim lodge, the Indian Hospice, formed around the memory of Baba Farid. In keeping with Sufi tradition in Punjabthe shrine maintains influence over smaller shrines throughout the region around Pakpattan that are dedicated to specific events in Baba Farid ‘s life. The shrine is shakad in the town of Pakpattanin the Pakistani province of Punjabnear the right bank of the Sutlej River.
British colonialists in the late 19th century noted that the Chisti were influential, but relied entirely on tenant farmers from local agricultural clans. To this day it is taken out in a procession for the first six days of Muharram [ citation needed ].
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Conflict over succession sometimes occurred – in the s during British colonial rulethose in dispute appealed to the British court system to determine which claimant had inherited revelation from Baba Farid,  though the court based its decision on deference to historic customs in determining the successor.
Maharaja Ranjit Singh of the Sikh Empire captured the shrine in The shrine complex eventually grew to encompass not only the tomb itself, but also a mosque, a langarand several other related buildings. Fareed, do not turn around and strike those who strike you with their fists. Some of his personal belongings were taken by his descendant Sheikh Salim Chishtiand kept in a fort built by his descendants in Sheikhupur, Badaunwhere they are preserved in a conatiner called Pitari [ citation needed ].
Muslim mystics” of the medieval period. A system of elaborate rituals developed around the shrine that integrated local clans into the social and religious structure of the shrine.
Baba Farid established a Jama Khanaor convent, in what was then known as Ajodhan that attracted large masses of gwnj who would gather at the convent daily in hopes of securing ta’widhor written blessings and amulets.
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The chief caretaker and spiritual authority of most shrines is typically referred to as a sajjada nashinthough at Baba Farid’s shrine, the title for the position in taken from the royal courts of medieval Islamic India, and is instead referred to as diwan.
Thousands of people daily visit the shrine for their wishes and unresolvable matters; for this they vow to give to some charity when their wishes or problems are resolved.
Baba Farid’s poetry was incorporated into the Sikh holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib – and so the shrine assumed importance as a place of Sikh devotion in addition to its function as a Muslim shrine. He later visited the shrine, and pledged an annual sum of 9, Rupees towards its upkeep.
The door of the Bahishti Darwaza is made of silver, with floral designs inlaid in gold leaf. In27 people were crushed to death and were injured in a stampede.
The folk legend is that when Baba Farid ji went into the jungle to meditate, he took a piece of wood with him. Local agricultural clans remained loyal to the Chisti descendants of the shrine,  and swore spiritual allegiance to the Chisti descendants of Baba Farid, rather than to Baba Farid himself.
The founder of SikhismGuru Nanakvisited the shrine in the early s to collect compositions of Baba Farid’s poetry from Sheikh Ibrahim, the 12th generation descendant of Baba Farid. British colonial rule over the shrine commenced following the defeat of the Sikh Empire in The space inside the tomb is limited; not more than ten people can be inside at one time.
Local tribes would pledge allegiance to the shrine and its caretakers, and were reportedly able to raise an army of 10, men to defend the shrine and Chisti. The shrine’s reputation continued to grow and had spread beyond the border of medieval Islamic India. Gifts and donations to the shrine are redistributed to other devotees, in a practice that follows Baba Farid’s example.
The number of descendants was so large, that they formed a new class of landowners in the region around Pakpattan who were privileged relative to the agricultural clans that were found in the area.
The diwan and his family were considered the most important, followed by the shrine’s khalifasmembers of the Chisti class, chiefs of local agricultural clans.
University of California Press. Muslim saints in South Asian Islam. Sikh Self-Definition and the Bhagat Bani. The shrine has since been a key factor shaping Pakpattan’s politics. Such traditions included the tying of a turban dastar bandi to signify inheritance of Shxkar Farid’s spiritual authority, the regularization of qawwali music, establishment fsrid the shrine’s free kitchen, and opening of the tomb’s southern door to allow visitors to the urs festival to directly pass the shrine’s most sacred area.