|Consider the following statements regarding Sufi Movement.|
|1. Chishti and Subarawardi Silsilahs were Sufi orders of 'Be-shara' division.|
|2. Ba-shara division were those who followed the Islamic Law (Sharia).|
|3. Farid-ud-Din was of Be-shara division, whose some of the verses were quoted in the Adi-Granth of the Sikhs.|
|4. Activities of Suharawardi were mainly limited to Punjab and Multan.|
|Which of the statements given above are incorrect?|
A) 2 and 4
B) 1, 2 and 4
C) 1, 3 and 4
D) 1 and 3
Correct Answer: D
Solution :[d] Sufi order were broadly divided into Ba-shara and Be-shara Ba-shara followed the Islamic law which Be-shara was not bound to it. Chishti and Suharawardi Silsilahs were Sufi orders of 'Ba-shara' division. Khwaja Muinuddin Chishti and his disciples Bhakhtiyar Kaki and Farid-ud-Din Ganj-i-Shakar were of Chishti order. Farid-ud-Din Gan i-Shakar's outlook was so humane that some of his verses were included in Adi-Granth of the Sikhs, Suharawardi order entered India at the same time as Chishtis and confined their activities mainly into Punjab and Multan.
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