The King of Iran had come to meet Hazrat Sultan Mahmood Ghaznavi
The King of Iran had come to meet Hazrat Sultan Mahmood Ghaznavi (may God bless him and grant him peace) with his ambassador.
The whole day was spent in discussing the affairs of the kingdom. After dinner, the Iranian king and the ambassador were sent to the guest house to rest. Sultan Mahmud Ghaznavi, may God bless him and grant him peace, himself stayed in a separate tent-like room in the guest house so that there would be no shortage of hospitality. After about midnight, the Sultan called out to the slave standing outside his tent:
He took the water bottle and khurmchi and entered the tent.
The Iranian king was watching this scene from the curtain of his tent with great surprise and at the same time, he was waiting for Sultan Mahmud Ghaznavi’s Ghulam Hasan to come out. As if any question was bothering him. As soon as Hasan came out of the Sultan’s tent, the Iranian king called him and asked when the Sultan called Hassan.
So you were right to ask first, what is the order, sir?
You might have gone to the Sultan’s tent with a bag of water and khuramchi. Hasan smiled and answered the Iranian king. My full name is Muhammad Hasan. And my sultan always performs ablution and even when he does not perform ablution, he calls me Hasan.
Allah is great!
These were the “heroes” of our Islamic history, in whose hearts was the beating sea of Ishq Mustafa. And the infidel polytheists used to tremble hearing his name. As long as the “Qur’an and Hadith” were in the hands of the Muslim kings and the Sufis were in control, then they were also dominant.