Haji Mohi-ud-din Miskin

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Haji Mohi-ud-Din Miskin (d. Srinagar, 1921) also Ghulam Mohiuddin was a Kashmiri poet who also wrote a history of Kashmir, Tarikh-i-Kabir (completed 1892, published 1900).[1][2][3][4] He is the first, after Mirza Ghulam Ahmad himself (1899), to record identification of the Roza Bal tomb with Jesus: "Others believe that it is [the] tomb of a great Prophet who is no other than Hazrat Isa [Jesus], the Spirit of God.” (1902).

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  1. ^ Sisir Kumar Das A History of Indian Literature: 1800-1910 1991 - Page 535 "Haji Mohiuddin Miskin (d. 1921), a noted poet."
  2. ^ G. M. D. Sufi - Islamic culture in Kashmir 1979 - Page 34 "Different people have attributed different motives6 to Renchan Shah, for adopting Islam into the details of which 5 Haji Mohi-ud-Din Miskin in Tarikh-i-Kabir, p. 289. 6 For instance, it is alleged by some (Kirpa Ram and Narain Koul) that ..."
  3. ^ Mohammad Ishaq Khan History of Srinagar, 1846-1947: a study in socio-cultural change 1978 - Page 193 "Among them Ghulam Nabi Shah Khanyari and Haji Mohi-ud-din Miskin deserve special mention. Khanyari wrote Wajeez-ut-Tawarikh.7 It contains useful matter pertaining to the social, economic and political history of the Sikh and earlier part of the Dogra rule in Kashmir."
  4. ^ Mohammad Ishaq Khan History of Srinagar, 1846-1947: a study in socio-cultural change 1978- Page 193 "Miskin lived at Sara-i-bala in Srinagar. He wrote his Tarikh-i-Kabir-i-Kashmir* in 1892. Miskin's work is a running summary in one handy volume of the political, religious and literary history of Kashmir."