Mirza Hadi Baig

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Mirza Hadi Baig
Qazi of Islamic State of Qadian
Reign 1530
Mirza Faiz Muhammad
Born Greater Khorasan
Died Qadian, India
Religion Islam

Mirza Hadi Beig was an Indian Punjabi nobleman of Persian origin. He was given the title of Mirza. He was a great ancestor of Mirza Ghulam Murtaza and his son Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is his descendant.[1][2][page needed]

Life and Reign[edit]

He came to India from Samarkand. During the reign of the Mughal king Babur. He settled in Punjab near Beas and established a state of 80 villages one of which he named as Islampur which was the ancient name of Qadian. He lived and died there. His family had held important posts in the Mughal Empire. He was a Mughal and had family relations with Babur.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A Book of Religious Knowledge". Al Islam. Retrieved 30 April 2012. 
  2. ^ Shahid, Dost Mohammad (2007) [2000]. Taareekhe–Ahmadiyyat (Tareekh E Ahmadiyyat) [History of Ahmadiyyat] (PDF) (in Urdu) 1. India: Nazarat Nashro Ishaat Qadian. ISBN 81-7912-121-6. ISBN incorrectly printed in the book as 181-7912-121-6. Complete PDF: 19 Volumes (11,600 pages) (541.0 M). (Volume 14 meta-data appeared to closely match the original reference, but is unverified as the correct volume).