T. K. Abdullah

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T. K. Abdulla
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Born 1929 July
Ayencheri, Kozhikode District, Kerala
Education Darul Uloom Arabic College, Vazhkkal, Dist-Kozhikode. Madrasa Aaliya, Kasargode. Madinatul Uloom Arabic College, Pulikkal, Dist- Kozhikode
Occupation Scholar and Orator
Spouse(s) Kunhamina
Children 3 children

T.K. Abdullah is an Islamic scholar and orator from Kerala, South India.


He was Amir of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Kerala halqa during the period of 1972-1979 and 1982–1984. He was also a founder member of All India Muslim personal Law Board.[1] He is the Chief editor of Islamic Encyclopedia published by Islamic Publishing House.


The responsibilities held were:

  • Editor, Weekly Parbohanam, Jamaat’s organ in Kerala
  • Zonal President, JIH (1973–81)
  • Member, Central Advisory Council, JIH (since 1970)
  • Present Responsibility
  • Visiting Professor, Al Jamia Islamiah, santapuran
  • Member, Board of Academic Journal Bodhanam
  • Member, Board of Directors of Madyamam Daily
  • Advisor, Islamic Publication House, Kozhikode

Published/Research work[edit]

His punblished work includes:

  • Tahriki Afkar (A collection of articles on problems of Islamic movement)– being compiled.
  • A collection of speeches.
  • About 30 articles on important topics.
  • Translation of Tafheemul Quran in Malayalam (First 2 parts).


  1. ^ "T. K. Abdullah". Jamaat e Islami Hind. Retrieved 20 March 2013.