Shah Abdur Rahim
Shah Abdur Rahim(Ur شاہ عبدرھیم Hn शाह अब्दुर्रहीम) (1644-1719) was a sufi Syed and a scholar who assisted in the compilation of Fatawa-e-Alamgiri, the voluminous code of Islamic law. He was the father of the Muslim philosopher Shah Waliullah Dehlawi. He was descendant of Abdul Azeez and became a disciple of Khwaja Khurd son of Khawaja Baqi billah a revered Sufi of Delhi. He got the training under learned Chishti Sufis. He established Madrasa Rahimiyya in Delhi, a theological college which later played a part in the religious emancipation of Muslim India and became the breeding ground of religious reformers and mujahideen like Shah Waliullah and Shah Abdul Aziz.
Shah Abdur Rahim, was a Sufi and an hanafi scholar who has written work of Islamic law. He taught at the Madrasa Rahimiyya, a theological college, or seminary, that he helped establish. The institution would become an important part of the religious emancipation of Muslim India, as it provided a starting point for later religious reformers.
- 1) Fatawa-e-Alamgiri
- 2) Irshad-e-Rahimiya, a book on the Naqshbandi Sufi path,
- 3) Anfas-e-Rahimiya,
- 4) some letters
- Imam Ahmed Raza Khan
- Mustafa Raza Khan Qadri
- Hamid Raza Khan
- Abdul Aleem Siddiqi
- Syed Shujaat Ali Qadri
- Muhammad Muslehuddin Siddiqui
- Sadia Dehlvi (26 December 2012). THE SUFI COURTYARD: DARGAHS OF DELHI. HarperCollins Publishers. pp. 234–. ISBN 978-93-5029-473-4.
- The Pakistan Review. Ferozsons. 1966.
- Yoginder Sikand (24 August 2005). Bastions of The Believers: Madrasas and Islamic Education in India. Penguin Books Limited. pp. 65–. ISBN 978-93-5214-106-7.
M. A. A. Thanvi. M.A.A.THANVI S STORIES OF SAINT. Adam Publishers & Distributors. pp. 13–. ISBN 978-81-7435-115-9
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