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Sufism and Santmat have been two streams in Islam and Hinduism respectively which have the same basic tenets barring the perfunctory traditions that have descended from their lineage. It was but natural that some enlightened individual would see the futility of this division. A great sufi mystic, Fazal Ahmed Khan Saheb, owing to his enlightened vision decided to demolish the boundary between the two sects by choosing a person belonging to Hindu faith his successor. These pages introduce you to some of the great flowerings that got birth from this great experiment. Now it is a path known by many names with Ramashram as prefix and having branches in India and abroad. This path had its origin in the Nakshbandia tradition of sufism but later branched out to dissolve into the stream of Santmat (or Bhaktimat).

PS: According to Mahatma Fazal Ahmed Khan Saheb, Sufism had its origin in ancient Indian mysticism, so it is coming back home, a  circle complete.

Ramashram, Fatehgarh Ramashram, Jaipur About Me


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