Mirza Bashir Ahmad

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Mirza Bashir Ahmad

Mirza Bashir Ahmad (20 April 1893–2 September 1963) was an Ahmadiyya scholar and writer, and a son of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the founder of the Ahmadiyya movement who had claimed to be the promised Messiah and Mahdi awaited by Qadyani. He was born in 1893 in Qadian, British India. He obtained an MA (Arabic) in 1916. He was author of many Ahmadiyya books. He had been called the Qamar-ul-Anbiya (Moon of the Prophets) in the Revelations of Ghulam Ahmad. Mirza Bashir Ahmad died in 1963 in Lahore and buried in Rabwah now Chenab Nagar Pakistan in Bahishti Maqburah.


  • Seerat Khatamun Nabiyeen (The Life of The Seal of Prophets)
  • Seeratul Mahdi, volumes 1 and 2 (The Life of the Mahdi)
  • Silsila Ahmadiyya (The History of The Ahmadiyya Community)
  • Alhujjatul Baligha (The Perfect Proof)
  • Tabligh-e-Hadayat (The Preaching of Guidance)
  • Hamara Khuda (Our God)
  • Kalima-tul-Fasal (The Decisive Word)
  • Khatm-e-Nabuwwat-Ki-Haqeeqat (Truth of the Finality of Prophethood)
  • Chalees Jawahir Pare (Forty Gems)[1]


  1. ^ "Hazrat Mirza Bashir Ahmad, M.A. (ra)". Al Islam. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Retrieved 19 August 2019.