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Sheikh Saleem Chishti Fathepur



(71) Story of Sheikh Saleem Chishti Fathepur Sikiri and Nankana Sahib ka Visit
Salim Chishti (1478 – 1572) ( سلیم چشتی ‎) was a Sufi saint of the Chishti Order during the Mughal Empire in India.
The Mughal Emperor Akbar came to Chishti’s home in Sikri to ask him to pray for a male heir to the throne. Chishti blessed Akbar, and soon the first of three sons was born to him. He named his first son Salim (later emperor Jahangir) in honor of Chishti.[1] A daughter of Sheikh Salim Chishti was the foster mother of Emperor Jahangir. The emperor was deeply attached to his foster mother, as reflected in the Jahangirnama[2] and he was extremely close to her son Qutb-ud-din Khan Koka who was made the governor of Bengal and his descendants are still to be found in Sheikhupur, Badaun

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