S. V. Mir Ahmed Ali
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|S. V. Mir Ahmed Ali|
S. V. Mir Ahmed Ali
15 July 1902|
Madras, British India
|Died||17 September 1976
|English Translation of the Quran, Life & Teachings of Mohammed and Aale Mohammed and Founder of The Hussainy Trust (Formerly known as Madarasa-e-Hussainy and Yateemkhana, Madras)|
Mir Ahmed Ali was born into a family whose paternal ancestors were descendents from the Fourth Holy Imam Ali ibn al-Husayn Zayn al-'Abidin, called themselves Sajjadis. Originally from Hejaz, they migrated to India through Iran and settled down at Bijapur. His great-grandfather Mir Abdul Ali Sajjadi served as a commander in the Moghul Army and earned the distinction with the title Vafakhani for his loyalty to the crown. Thereafter, the members of his family became popular as Sajjadi Vafakhani.
Early years, education and public life
Mir Ahmed Ali received preliminary education from his maternal uncle Mr. Mir Jaffer Hussain Peer and later matriculation at Harris High School, Madras. After that he joined the Govt. Mohamadan College in clerical services. During his service he obtained title of Munshi Fazil, B.O.L Degree and qualified himself with M.A in Arabic and Persian. He was then absorbed in the same college as Asst. Professor and later Later on he got B.T and M.Ed. degree from Madras University. The interest in Arabic and Persian made him purse a Diploma in higher proficiency in those languages. It was this time when he founded The Hussainy Trust (Formerly known as Madarasa-e-Hussainy and Yateemkhana) in 1943.
Mir Ahmed Ali traveled extensively after getting voluntary retirement from Govt. Mohamadan College. In the mid-fifties in his travels through India and abroad, he devoted his entire life for the upliftment of the orphans and destitute children.The trust expanded and grew bringing in much required funds to serve many and still following-up on the work initiated by him. It continued the hard-work and love towards orphans and the destitute. He served the president of The Hussainy Trust until his death.
He was a teacher, a writer, a theologian and educationist. He has written number of booklets on religion. His famous books are 'Hussain the Savior of Mankind', 'King of Martyres', 'Life of Prophet Mohamed'. His most outstanding work an English translation of The Holy Qur'an as explained by Ahlulbait(A.S). He also published journals like 'Peace Maker' and 'Imam'.
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