Khola At Khanqah Sirajia

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Khanqah Sirajia خانٛقاه سِراجيہ
Town and union council
Country Pakistan
Region Punjab
District Mianwali District
Tehsil Piplan Tehsil
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Khanqah Sirajia (Urdu: خانٛقاه سِراجيہ‎), is a Union Council of Mianwali District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Ding Khola is a village in this union council, inhabited mostly by Talokar Jatts.[1] It is an administrative subdivision of Piplan Tehsil.[1]

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Coordinates: 32°00′N 7°30′E / 32.000°N 7.500°E / 32.000; 7.500 Khanqah was established in 1920~1922 by Maulana Abu Saad Ahmed Khan Sahib. Name of Khanqah Sirajia was named after the name of Khawaja Haji Muhammad Siraj ud Din Sahib. Hadrat Khawaja Khan Muhammad Sahib is the In-charge of Khanqah Sirajia since 1956. Khanqah Sirjia is one of the oldest khanqah of Sufi Order (Silsila) Naqashbandia Mujadadia in Pakistan. A beautiful Masjid, Madrassah, Khanqah and Libray are present in this village of Kundian Mianwali. This village played a key role in the Khatam e Nabuwwat Movement. Village Khanqah Sirajia is also called as the Markaz e Sirajia