Syed Qazi Muzainul Haq

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Syed Qazi Muzainul Haq
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Syed Qazi Muzainul Haq
Born 1937(1356 A.H.)
Died 2013 (1434 A.H.)
Region Indian Muslim scholar
School Shi'a Twelver
Influences
Influenced

Allamah Syed Qazi Muzainul Haq was a retired Police Officer and Islamic Scholar. He was living in Wasa Dargah[1]. He is mainly famous for his book Zarbe Yadullahi. He also used to give lectures on Islam.

He was very popular in Wasa Dargah and Hallaur as Zakir e Ahlul Bayt[3].

Family background[edit]

He traces his lineage from Makhdoom Syed Hisamuddin who is believed to have been migrated from the area of Tous Persian city Mashhad to propagate real Islam in this part of world.[2]He was born in 1937 in Kolkata (then Calcutta). He died on 25th June 2013(15th Shaban 1434) in Wasa Dargah.

Shiite Mission of Wasa Dargah[edit]

Allamah Syed Qazi Muzainul Haq was central figure of the Shiite mission in Wasa Dargah. His book is proven to be a landmark in this mission. He was reciting Majlis in Bargah e Aal e Rasool Wasa Dargah during Moharram and on other occasions.

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References[edit]

1- Zarb E yadullahi

2-Kanz Ul Ansab page 73 by Sufi Syed Shahzada Taskeen

3- http://www.jagran.com/uttar-pradesh/sidharth-nagar-9818909.html