Muhammad Muslehuddin Siddiqui

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Muhammad Muslehuddin Siddiqui Qadri Razavi
Mazar Qari Muslehuddin Siddiqui.jpg
Shrine of Mazar Qari Muslehuddin Siddiqui
Title Qari, Sheikh, Hafiz
Born 1336 AH / December 27, 1918 CE
Died 1403 AH / March 23, 1983 CE
Karachi
Era Modern
Religion Islam

Muhammad Muslehuddin Siddiqui (December 27, 1918 – March 23, 1983) (Urdu محمد مصلح الدین صدیقى), was a preacher born in Nanded on India's Deccan Plateau.[1]

Education[edit]

Under the supervision of his father Ghulam Jilani, he memorised the Quran.[2] On the suggestion of Muhammad Abdul Aziz Muhaddis Mubarakpuri, in 1935 at the age of 17 years he went to Darul-uloom Ashrafiya in Mubarakpur Azamgarh Uttar Pradesh, where he studied fiqh, hadith and other Islamic subjects. After 8 years at this university, he travelled with Abdul Azeez Mubarakpuri in 1943 to Nagpur.[3]

adrush Sharia and entered Qari Muslehuddin in his Bay'ah during 1358 AH.[4] At the age of 29, in 1946, Muhammad Amjad Ali Azami conferred khilafah upon him thus giving him permission to speak on behalf of the Qadri Order.[5]

Pakistan Movement[edit]

During the Pakistan Movement, Siddiqui was among the scholars who sided with Muhammad Ali Jinnah and the Muslim League, on the platform of “All India Sunni Conference″ held at Banaras in 1946.[6]

Migration to Pakistan[edit]

Siddiqui later went back to Karachi and joined his previously left position of Khatib in Akhond Masjid situated in Kharadar, soon after this he was requested to join Khori Garden Masjid situated at Jodia Bazar.[7] He also corresponded with “Madarsa Qadriya" located in Baghdadto send many Pakistani students for higher studies.[7]

Death[edit]

On the 7th day of Jumada al-Thani 1403 AH, corresponding to March 23, 1983, at noon, he felt ill, and died in the ambulance en route to the hospital due to a heart attack at the age of 67 years.

Mazar Qari Muslehuddin Siddiqui

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Tazkira-e-Qari Muslehuddin - Professor Jalaluddin Ahmad Noori (Karachi University)
  2. ^ Tazkira-e-Qari Muslehuddin - Page 2 - Professor Jalaluddin Ahmad Noori (Karachi University)
  3. ^ Tazkira-e-Qari Muslehuddin - Page 4 - Professor Jalaluddin Ahmad Noori (Karachi University)
  4. ^ Tazkira-e-Qari Muslehuddin - Page 4 - Professor Jalaluddin Ahmad Noori (Karachi University)
  5. ^ Irfan-e-Manzil - Darul Kutub Hanfia Kharadar Karachi - 1984
  6. ^ Allama Syed Shah Turabul Haq Qadri - Khalifa of Qari Muslehuddin
  7. ^ a b An interview with Qari Muslehuddin - Irfan-e-Manzil - Darul Kutub Hanfia Kharadar Karachi - 1984

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