(Created page with "Category:Definitions Inverted ''chilla'', hanging upside down. This is a difficult ''mujaheda'' (striving) in which the body is suspended upside down by means of a rope, o...")
Newer edit →
Revision as of 16:28, 28 August 2012
Inverted chilla, hanging upside down. This is a difficult mujaheda (striving) in which the body is suspended upside down by means of a rope, often in a well, the dervish remaining in this position all night. Hazrat Fariduddin Ganjshakar is reported to have been the first saint to have performed Chilla-e-Makoos. Hazrat Naushah Ganj Bakhsh, founder of the Naushahi branch of the Qadri order, is also reported to have often performed this arduous exercise.