Ibrahim Wajiuddin

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Mausoleum of Dais of Ujjain, era 1738–1780 AD

Syedna Ibrahim Wajiuddin (Arabic: ابراهيم وجيه الدين‎‎) Bin Abdul Qadir was 39 th Dai of Dawoodi Bohra (Death: 17 Moharram 1168 A.H./1756 A.D. Ujjain, India). He succeeded the 38th Dai Ismail Badruddin II to the religious post.

Ibrahim Wajiuddin became Da'i al-Mutlaq in 1150AH/1738AD.[1] His period of Dawat was from 1150-1168 AH/ 1738-1756 AD.

His associates were:

Mawazeen: Sheikh Adam bin Syedna Nooruddin, Hebatullah al-Moayyed fid-Deen

Mukasir: Ali bin Phirji

Ibrahim Vajihuddin, the son of Abdul Qadir Hakimuddin procured his initial education from his father. At the young age of twenty-one, Vajihuddin was sent by his father for the 'Khidmat' (service) of the Dai. Vajihuddin served Kalimuddin and Nooruddin in the most adverse of times.

In 1143H, Ujjain was affected by a severe drought. Followers of different religions prayed for rain but in vain. Vajihuddin along with Mumineen (faithful) proceeded to the banks of river Sipra and prayed to Allah for rain. On conclusion of his prayers, the people of Ujjain were indeed relieved as it soon started raining heavily.[citation needed]

He was succeeded by his son 40th Dai Hebatullah-il-Moayed Fiddeen.

The Hebtiahs Bohra are a branch of Mustaali Ismaili Shi'a Islam that broke off from the mainstream Dawoodi Bohra after the death of the 39th Da'i al-Mutlaq in 1754. See Hebtiahs Bohra

Roja of Ujjain duat[edit]

References and external links[edit]

  • The Ismaili, their history and doctrine by Farhad Daftary(Chapter -Mustalian Ismailism-p. 300-310)
  • The Uyun al-akhbar is the most complete text written by an Ismaili/Tayyibi/Dawoodi 19th Dai Sayyedna Idris bin Hasan on the history of the Ismaili community from its origins up to the 12th century CE period of the Fatimid caliphs al-Mustansir (d. 487/1094), the time of Musta‘lian rulers including al-Musta‘li (d. 495/1101) and al-Amir (d. 524/1130), and then the Tayyibi Ismaili community in Yemen.
  • (A Chronological List of Duatil Mutlaqin)

See also[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-21. Retrieved 2014-03-27. 
Preceded by
Ismail Badruddin II
39th Dā'ī al-Mutlaq
1150–1168 AH/ 1738–1756 AD
Succeeded by
Hebatullah-il-Moayed Fiddeen