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Although Hazrat Babajan (d. 1931) can be described as a Sufi, she was not in the conventional category of that religious identity. She did not belong to any of the Sufi orders, and did not apply any of the standard procedures or exercises favoured by those organisations. Moreover, insofar as is known, she did not describe herself as a Sufi. Babajan was definitely not a Sufi shaykh (instructor). She was not interested in converting anyone to a doctrine. A recent investigator has informed that "her shrine was appropriated by representatives of the Chishtiyya order soon after her death, or perhaps even as her death was seen to be imminent." (3)


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