Umar Alisha

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Dr Umar Alisha
Born (1966-01-31)January 31, 1966
Pithapuram
Residence Umar Alisha Nilayam
Nationality Indian
Education Secondary Education R.R.Bh.R High School, Pithapuram, Intermediate: Government Junior College, Rajahmundry, BHMS from Dr Gururaju Government Homeopathic College, Gudivada,
Known for Social Service, Philanthropist
Title Brahmarishi
Predecessor Brahmarishi Mohiddin Badsha II
Spouse(s) Farzana Begum
Children Hussain Pasha, Azeeza Tabassum
Parents Brahmarishi Mohiddin Badsha II, Fatima Jahrunnisa Begum

Umar Alisha (born January 31, 1966) is the 9th peetadhipathi of Sri Viswa Viznana Vidya Adhyatmika Peetham.[1] He became head of this 541-year old institution on 9 September 1989, succeeding his father, Mohiddin Badusha II.

Alisha is the chairman of the Umar Alisha Rural Development Trust and the Umar Alisha Sahithi Samithi. Alisha is also a poet, writing in the Telugu language, and the editor-in-chief of spiritual magazine Tatva Znanamu.

He is a homeopath and has received the Visesha Puraskaram Award in 2006 from the Ramineni Foundation.[2][3] He also received the Son Of India Award by Mother India International in 2007. He received "Visistha Ugadi Puraskaram - 2013 " from Government of Andhra Pradesh for his literary works.

Selected writings[edit]

  • Cosmic Wisdom Part I (English)
  • Telugu: Viznana Jyothi
  • Nivedika (Appraisal)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Express News Service (2000-02-07). "International Spiritual Meet From Feb 9". The New Indian Express. 
  2. ^ News Reporter ,Kakinada (2006-10-12). "Ramineni Foundation award". Chennai, India: The Hindu. Retrieved 2007-11-08. 
  3. ^ "Dr. Umar Alisha, chairman of Umar Alisha Rural Development Trust is selected for 2006 visesha puraskaram announced by Dr. Ramineni Foundation". Dr Umar Alisha. Archived from the original on 2006-11-01. 

Received Great Philanthropist Award from Visakha Samacharam Telugu Daily at Ugadi Puraskar Festival and felicitated by Eminent Scholar Dr.Madugula Naga Phani Sharma at Visakhapatnam Gurajada Kala Kshetram in 2010.

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