Haqqani Anjuman

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Haqqani Anjuman
Founded 1876
Founder Maulana Sufi Mufti Azangachhi Shaheb
Type Non-Government Organisation, Religious, Sufism
Focus To serve mankind and give them advice.
Location
  • Bagmari, Kolkata
Coordinates 22°35′02″N 88°23′02″E / 22.583878°N 88.383777°E / 22.583878; 88.383777
Website

haqqanianjuman.com,

www.haqqanianjuman.net

Haqqani Anjuman (Hindi: हक़्क़ानी अंजुमन; Bengali:হাক্কানী আঞ্জুমান ; Urdu:حقانی انجمن ; Tamil : ஹக்கானி அஞ்சுமான் ; Telugu : హక్కాని అంజుమన్ ; Gujrati : હક્કાની અંજુમન ; Russian : Хаккани Анджуман ; Chinese : 哈卡尼安朱曼 Kannada : ಹಕ್ಕಾನಿ ಅಂಜುಮನ್ ; Malayalam: ഹഖാനി അൻജുമൻ) established in 1876 by Maulana Sufi Mufti Azangachhi Shaheb, is an Islamic non-governmental organisation in Bangladesh[1][2] with head office in Bagmari, Kolkata, West Bengal, in India. The organisation is influenced by Sufism and is associated with social work.[3][4]

The literal meaning of Haqqani Anjuman is the organization of truth.[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sumon Corraya (2 December 2011). "Religious leaders pray for world peace". UCA News. Retrieved 17 February 2015.
  2. ^ Abu Jafar. Muslim festivals in Bangladesh. Islamic Foundation, Bangladesh, 1980 -original from the University of California. p. 110.
  3. ^ a b "এক নজরে হাক্কানী আঞ্জুমান হাক্কানী আঞ্জুমানের পরিচয়". www.nganj24.com. 5 June 2013. Retrieved 17 February 2015.
  4. ^ "Violence in the name of religion criticised". The Daily Star. 2 December 2004. Retrieved 17 February 2015.

External links[edit]

  1. Greeting Messages by President of Bangladesh Zillur Rahman on the occasion of Program organised by Haqqani Anjuman in Dhaka as on 1 Dec, 2012.