Arshadul Qadri

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Arshadul Qadri (5 March 1925 – 29 April 2002) was a Sunni Islamic scholar in India associated with Barelvi movement. He founded a several institutions and organizations inside India and prominent among them are Darul Uloom Amjadia in Mau, Uttar Pradesh, and Jamia Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia in Delhi.

He is known for two of his works, Zalzala and Zer-o-Zabar against the Deobandi movement and its founders.[citation needed] On the international level he organized a number of religious movements, such as World Islamic Mission, which is an umbrella organisation for Barelvi in the United Kingdom and in Europe.[1]

Allama Zia'ul Mustafa Quadri has written a biography of Arshadul Quadri entitled Hayat-o-Khidmat (Life and works" of Huzoor Sadrush Shariah).[2]

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  1. ^ Ballard, Roger; Banks, Marcus (1994-01-01). Desh Pardesh: The South Asian Presence in Britain. Hurst. ISBN 9781850650911. 
  2. ^ Life and works" of Huzoor Sadrush Shariah Rehmatullahi Alay (Pages 462-464)

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