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Malaaz-ul-Ulama Maulana Syed Hasan Naqvi (مولانا سيد حسن نقوى) was a noted Shia cleric from Lucknow, India who preached Twelver Shi'a Islam and came from a family of scholars known as "Khandaan-e-Ijtehad".
He was born in India in the year 1935. His father was Maulana Syed Muhammad Naqvi, popularly known as Meeran Sahab, a noted Cleric himself. He studied initially in the famous Madrasa-e-Nazmia of Lucknow. Later on he was admitted in the world famous Sultanul-Madaris in Lucknow. Completing his studies in Lucknow he went to Najaf-e-Ashraf in Iraq for higher studies. There he had the privilege to attend the lectures of scholars like Ayatollah Aqae Khoee and Ayatollah Taba Tabai.
He preached in several countries including Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, UK, USA, Canada and UAE.
He died on 18 October 1996 due to a renal failure and was buried at Imambara Jannat Ma'ab.
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