Where is Rabia Basri buried?

Mount of Olives, Jerusalem
Rabia Basri/Place of burial

March 16, 2017 – Entrance to the tomb of Rabi’a al-Adawiyya al-Qaysiyya (or simply Rabia Basri) located in Mount of Olives, Jerusalem. She was a Muslim saint and Sufi mystic.

Who is the father of Rabia Basri?

She was the fourth daughter of her family and therefore named Rābi’a, meaning “fourth”. Her family was very poor. She was very devoted to God. When Rābia’s father died, she became an orphan.

At what age Rabia Basri died?

88 years (713 AD–801 AD)
Rabia Basri/Age at death

When was Rabia Basri born?

713 AD
Rabia Basri/Date of birth

Why Rabia Basri is famous?

She was the one who first set forth the doctrine of Divine Love known as Ishq-e-Haqeeqi and is widely considered to be the most important of the early renunciant, one mode of piety that would eventually become labeled as Sufism.

Who was the first woman Sufi saint?

Hazrat Rabi’a al-Basri
Rabi’a al-Basri, poet and Sufi (mystic), was the first woman Sufi-Saint in Islam and is very respectfully referred to as “Hazrat Rabi’a al-Basri. Her actual date of birth is not known.

Who is the greatest Sufi saint?

Pages in category “Indian Sufi saints”

  • Abdul Rehman Jilani Dehlvi.
  • Abdur-Razzaq Nurul-Ain.
  • Mir Mukhtar Akhyar.
  • Alauddin Sabir Kaliyari.
  • Shah Amanat.
  • Yuz Asaf.
  • Syed Mohammed Mukhtar Ashraf.
  • Syed Waheed Ashraf.

Who is the first Sufi in the world?

According to the late medieval mystic Jami, Abd-Allah ibn Muhammad ibn al-Hanafiyyah (died c. 716) was the first person to be called a “Sufi”.

Who is Hazrat Rabia Basri and what did she do?

Hazrat Rabia Basri (ra) was constantly absorbed in the thought of God and had reached the pinnacle of mystic path i.e Fina-Fillah. Hazrat Fariduddin Attar (ra) praises her unparalleled status as a female Sufi saint emphatically in the Conference of the Birds : And liberated from all superfluous excess.

Where did Rabia Basri live most of her life?

She lived during the 8th Century and was born in Basra, a seaport in southern Iraq where she spent the vast majority of her life. Much of her early life is narrated by Hazrat Fariduddin Attar (ra), a later Sufi saint and poet, who used earlier sources. She did not leave any written works herself.

When did Rabia of Basra become a saint?

Rābiʿa al-ʿAdawiyya al-Qaysiyya ( Arabic: رابعة العدوية القيسية ‎) (714/717/718 — 801 CE) was a Muslim saint and Sufi mystic. She is known in some parts of the world as, Hazrat Bibi Rabia Basri, Rabia Al Basri or simply Rabia Basri. This section relies largely or entirely on a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page.

What kind of song is Rabia of Basra?

Rabia quote become song in Indonesia called “Jika Surga dan Neraka tak pernah ada” by Ahmad Dhani and Chrisye in Senyawa Album 2004. The final episode of the comedy show The Good Place makes reference to 8th century Sufi mystic poet Hazrat Bibi Rabia Basri as one of many worthies who gets into heaven.