Kalambadi Muhammad Musliyar

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Kalambadi Muhammed Musliyar
Born 1934
Kalambadi, Malappuram Kerala state, India.
Died October 02, 2012[1]
Residence Kalambadi in Malappuram Municipality.
Nationality Indian
Religion Islam
Website www.samastha.net

Kalambadi Muhammad Musliyar (1934 – 2 October 2012) was a Sunni Muslim religious scholar from Kerala state, South India and the former president of Samastha Kerala Jamiyyathul Ulama.[2] He was the President of the Samastha Kerala Jamiyyathul Ulama, the largest muslim organization of Kerala, from September 2004 until his death on 2 October 2012.[1]

Early life[edit]

Kalambadi Usthad was born in an orthodox Muslim family in Kalambadi, a village in Malappuram city, Kerala. After the primary studies in native land, he went to Baqiyathu Swalihath, Vellore, Tamil Nadu. After being graduated from the religious institution of Baqiyath, he returned to the native land and carried on the educational field for years. He was 2nd rank holder in Baqavi graduation.[3]

In Samastha Kerala Jamiyyathul Ulama[edit]

He was selected to the Mushavara during the early period of 1978 and was elected as president in 2004 replacing Sayyid Abdurrehman Imbichikoya thangal-al-azhari (1995–2004)


The leader of the largest Muslim outfit in Kerala, respected Kalambadi Muhammad Musliyar died on Tuesday, 2 October 2012 in a private hospital in Perinthalmanna following a heart attack. [2][4][5][6]