Shams al-Din

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Shams al-Din (IPA: /ʃamsaddiːn/) (Arabic: شمس الدين‎, lit. "sun of the faith"[1]) is an Arabic personal name or title.

In Northern India, the title Shamsuddin was held by many Muslim Nobles of Persian-Mughal descent. Many of the recent generations of this bloodline migrated to the Sindh area of Pakistan. The Shamsuddin line were Urdu-Speakers descended from Persians themselves, they contributed to the development of the Urdu language.

Notable persons with this name are:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Shamsaddin - Islamic Name Meaning - Baby Names for Muslims". quranicnames.com. Retrieved 2017-08-07.