He was a famous scholar of his time and travelled extensively for preaching. He took great interest in teaching and made it his way of life to reform and instruction of the Muslim Ummah. He loved all creatures created by God. He had great reverence for the Ghaus-ul-A’zam. The elites of the age felt-pride in being in his presence. He had a large group of disciples and students. He died in Hamah and was buried in an ancient graveyard of the family.