Makhdoom


Makhdoom

Makhdoom (Sindhi: مخدوم), (Urdu: مخدوم ) is a meaning of in Urdu (Urdu: آقا، مالک قابل تعظیم ) Muslim Sufi title in South Asia and Central Asia.

This title is now used by the descendents of the Sufi masters who are mostly Pirs, politicians and landlords in southern Punjab and Sindh in Pakistan. Hazrat Abbas, respectable maternal uncle of Prophet Muhammad, usually visited Mecca and Medina. Prophet Muhammad received him and always addressed him with the title of Makhdoom where they served . From that time Arab people descended from that family are especially called "Makhdoom" which means one who is served. Quraishis in Punjab and Sindh provinces of Pakistan use this title as sacerdotal dignity no references in this regard. A Makhdoom is a respectable person who dedicated his whole life to Islam, the Quran and the Sunnah.


People with the title Makhdoom

((() Mian Ahmed Fraz Makhdoom,)Abbasi Kalhora Dynasty education Quran and Sunnah in the school (maktab) Relgious of Islam Hatri Hyderabad Sindh.

  • Makhdoom Muhammad Ameen Faheem, Pakistani politician, and central leader of PPP.
  • Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat, Pakistani politician affiliated with PML-Q, and former Interior Minister of Pakistan.
  • Hamza Makhdum Sufi saint from Kashmir (d. 1563 AD)
  • Makhdoom Muhammad Javed Hashmi, Pakistani politician, and central leader of PML-N.
  • Junaydollo Makhdoom Hodeq, Uzbekistan, Tajik poet
  • Makhdoom Abdul Baqa bin Khawaja Baha Al Din bin Khawaja Ahmed, Naqsbandi saint, author of Jame al Maqamat
  • Makhdoom Abhari, Darya Khan Sind, preacher of rational sciences
  • Makhdoom Abul Fateh Hosayni Jorjani, Shia Jurist
  • Makhdoom Ahmed Danes, Sufi, Engineer, Historian and progressive Tajik Writer in Bukhara
  • Makhdoom Ahmed Nawaz, Landlord of Mianwali and Bhakkar Punjab.
  • Sardar Makhdoom Areeb Thattvi, Spiritual leader, landlord
  • Makhdoom Ali Hijvari Almaroof Datta Gunj Bhaksh, is a famous Sufi of Punjab Pakistan.
  • Makhdoom Ali Khan Former Attorney General of Pakistan.
  • Makhdoom Ali Mahimi was a Sufi saint from the Konkan in India.
  • Makhdoom Bahuddin Zakria, Sufi saint from the Multan in pakistan
  • Hazrat Makhdoom Burhanuddin, Sufi Saint and Great Preacher of Islam from Village Langar Makhdoom Jhang.
  • Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar was Minister of State for Foreign Affairs within Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 2004 to 2007.
  • Makhdoom Mohammad Rafique, Grammarian, Dramatist, Communist Mazdoor Kissan Party
  • Makhdoom Mohiuddin, Urdu poet and Marxist politician from India.
  • Makhdoom Muhammad Aslam, Landlord of Mianwali and Bhakkar Punjab.
  • Makhdoom Muhammad Sadiq, Landlord of Mianwali and Bhakkar Punjab.
  • Makhdoom Shaikh Jala al Din Bokari, Almaroof Makhdoom-e-Jahanian and Jahangast, Sufi
  • Makhdoom Syed Akhtar Husain Shah, Pakistani politician in affiliation with PPP, former MPA Sindh.
  • Makhdoom Syed Bashir Ahmed Shah Political leader affiliated with PPP, and former Minister for Food, Agriculture and Forests during the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto government.
  • Makhdoom-e-Azam Ahmed Khajagi bin Jalal Al din Kasani, Sufi, and author of about 30 treatises.
  • Makhdoom-ul-mulk Hazrat Shaikh Sharafuddin Ahmad bin Yahya Maneri of Biharsharif 1263 - 1379 AD
  • Makhdoom Mian Mir, Sufi from Lahore At the request of Sikh High priests laid first foundation of Golden Temple.
  • Sayed Makhdoom Raheen, Afghanistan Ambassador in India And former Information Minister of Afghanistan.
  • Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Pakistani politician, former Foreign Minister of Pakistan and president of PPP Punjab.
  • Makhdoom Muhammad Zaman Talib-ul-Mola, Founding member of Pakistan Peoples Party, famous Sindhi poet, Ex. Sajjadah Nasheen of Dargah Sarwar Nooh, Hala Sindh.
  • Makhdoom Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani, the current Prime Minister of Pakistan and Vice-Chairman of PPP
  • Makhdoom Noor Muhammad Bhatti, Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai's got his early education in the school (maktab)Scholar of Relgious of Islam Old Hala Sindh.