|Motto||"I Must Strive To Reform Myself And People Of The Entire World; As Allah Wills." (Hindi: मुझे अपनी और सारे दुनिया के लोगों के इस्लाह की कोशिश करनी है)|
|Type||Non-governmental, non-profit, non-political, religiously based|
|Location||SDI-Markaz Ismail Habib Masjid, 126 Kambekar Street, 400 003|
|Website||Sunni Dawat e Islami|
Sunni Dawate Islami (or SDI) سنی دعوت اسلامی is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political Muslim religious organization. Founded in 1991 in India, it is ideologically aligned with the Barelvi movement within Sunni Islam. According to the organization, it is a non political and aims to eradicate society's ills via Islamic teachings.
Ameen Mian Qaudri, India
Sunni Dawat-e-Islami was founded by leaders of the Barelvi movement, specifically Arshadul Qaudri, also the first president of the organization, with others in India. British Muslim scholar Qamaruzzaman Azmi is the chief mentor and spiritual guide of the organization internationally.
In 2003, SDI held a large gathering in Hyderabad to discuss possible solutions to present-day socioeconomic and political problems in the context of Islam, and clarifying the importance of prayer and social obligations.
- Two day congretion of Sunni Dawat E Islami at news.OneIndia.In Retrieved 8 August 2010
- 'Only they can bring peace harmony' DNA (newspaper) Retrieved 8 August 2010
- About Sunni Dawat-e-Islami. Retrieved 21 June 2010[dead link]
- Sunni convention from Jan 11, Times of India Jan 7, 2003. Retrieved 23 July 2010