Shah Abdul Aziz
|Born||1745 CE |
|Died||1823 CE  or 1823 CE |
Shah Abdul Aziz was the eldest son of Shah Waliullah was only 17 years old when Shah Waliullah died. He took over as the teacher of Hadith in place of his father, and later became famous as the Muhaddith of Delhi (just like his father) and one of India's greatest Irs.
He was taught by his father, Shah Waliullah Dehlvi (R'A), as well as by his father's two students, Khwaja Aminullah and Shah Muhammad Ashiq. He also received permission in the Qadiriya, Chistiyya, Suhrawardiyya and Naqshbandiya orders of Sufism from his father, Shah Waliullah Muhaddith Dehlvi.
- Taufa Ithna Ashari (Gift to the Twelvers) 
- Sirush Shahadhathayn
- Fatawa Aziz, another famous book, is the collection of Fatawa (questions and answers on religious issue) 
- Tafsir Fath al-Aziz or Tafsir-i-Aziz (in Persian) 
- Hamid Naseem Rafiabadi (2005), Saints and Saviours of Islam, Sarup & Sons, p. 160
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