T. K. Abdullah

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T. K. Abdulla
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Born 1929 July
Ayencheri, Kozhikode District, Kerala
Education Darul Uloom Arabic College, Vazhkkal, Dist-Kozhikode. Madrasa Aaliya, Kasargode. Madinatul Uloom Arabic College, Pulikkal, Dist- Kozhikode
Occupation Scholar and Orator
Spouse(s) Kunhamina
Children T.K Iqbal, T.K Farook, T.K Sajida

T.K. Abdullah is an Islamic scholar and orator from Kerala, South India.


He was Amir of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Kerala halqa during the period of 1972-1979 and 1982–1984. He was also a founder member of All India Muslim personal Law Board.[1] He is the Chief editor of Islamic Encyclopedia published by Islamic Publishing House.


The responsibilities held were:

  • Editor, Weekly Parbohanam, Jamaat’s organ in Kerala
  • Zonal President, JIH (1973–81)
  • Member, Central Advisory Council, JIH (since 1970)
  • Present Responsibility
  • Visiting Professor, Al Jamia Islamiah, santapuran
  • Member, Board of Academic Journal Bodhanam
  • Member, Board of Directors of Madyamam Daily
  • Advisor, Islamic Publication House, Kozhikode

Published/Research work[edit]

His punblished work includes:

  • Tahriki Afkar (A collection of articles on problems of Islamic movement)– being compiled.
  • A collection of speeches.
  • About 30 articles on important topics.
  • Translation of Tafheemul Quran in Malayalam (First 2 parts).


  1. ^ "T. K. Abdullah". Jamaat e Islami Hind. Retrieved 20 March 2013.