Holy Prophet Mohammed (Peace Be Upon Him) used to recite the following prayers whilst on his way to mosque for morning prayers.
0, Allah raise Your Light within my HEART and in my SIGht and in my EARS and on my RIGHT and on my LEFT.
In the Holy Quran Allah Says;
“Indeed Allah delighted from the believers when were implicated in Bayat beneath the tree – 26 Fatah 18
In other versus of Holy Quran, it states;
“Those who execute Bayat on your hand, execute the bayat on the hands of Allah”.
Uwaiys-ibn-Amir Moradi-al-Karani (r.a.) (also spelled Uways and Uwais) was born in Najd, Yemen. The date of his birth is not known. He took the name of Karani for one of two reasons: after Karani, a place or a mountain near Najd, where he was born, or after Karani, his group from the Bani Amir Tribe.
( MAY Allah HAVE MERCY ON HIM)
Birth : 538 A.H, (1143 A.D.)
Death : 650 A.H. (1252 A.D.)
He belonged to syed family. He learned the Holy Qur'an with great dedication and devotion and acquired knowledge of other religious disciplines and, thus, became a profound scholar. All exoteric and esoteric knowledge was gathered in his person.
Khwaja Moin-ud-din Chishti, R.A. was born in Seistan (East Persia) also known as Sajistan, around 533 Hijri (1138-39 A.D.) in a well respected family. His father, Khwaja Ghayasuddin, R.A. and mother, Syeda Bibi Ummalwara (alias Bibi Mahe-Noor), were the descendants of Hazrat Ali, R.A. through his sons Imam Hassan and Imam Hussain. Khwaja Sahib lost both his father and mother at an early age of sixteen years. He inherited an orchard and millstone which were his means of livelihood. One day when
"In Allah's garden you gather roses,
Being drunk with divine mysteries:
Hazrat Mehboob-e-Elahi -- the beloved of Allah,
O, how I long for the attar of your company
Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia (d. 1325 A.D.) represents in many ways the pinnacle of the Chishti Order of the Sufis. Hazrat Baba Farid (r.a.), his spiritual guide, said to him on appointing him as his successor:
"Farid return thou good for evil; In thy heart bear no revenge.
Thus thy body will be free of maladies, And thy life have all blessings
Baba Sheikh Farid had been in the 12th & 13th centuries, a great intellectual, unique renunciat, perfect ascetic and committed devotee of the Timeless Lord who communicated to the common folk the revealed divine message through the medium of sweet, soothing Punjabi language. Farid lived a householder's life marked with contentment and perseverance. One of the greatest virtues of his life was his love and sympathy for entire mankind.