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Great Lives, Great Places - Hazrat Karamat Ali Jaunpuri
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VognoDuut747
2005-11-19 21:18:00 UTC
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Great Lives, Great Places

Hazrat Karamat Ali Jaunpuri
(D. 1873 A.D.)

In the early part of the 19th century the religious movement started
by Syed Ahmed Shahid Barailvi (1831) A. D.) has its dynamic effect on the
Muslims of Eastern Bengal specially Faridpur, Bogra, Sylhet, Noakhali and
Chittagong, when he declared jihad (holy war) against the Britishers, many
Bengali Muslims, responded to his call. The most prominent among them were
Maulana Imamud-Din, Maulana Waris Ali, Maulana Sufi Noor Muhammad, Hazrat
Syed Ahmed Barailvi, who carries the movement successfully in the eastern
and southern parts of Bengal in the same way as Syed Ahmed Barailvis Khalifa
Hazrat Karamat Ali Jaunpuri (d. 1873 A. D.) did in the northern part of
Bengal.
Hazrat Maulana Karamat Ali was born at Mullatola, Jaunpur, (Oudh) on
June 12, 1800 A. D. He read Fiqh from Shah Abdul Aziz Muhaddith Dehlavi and
Ismail Shahid and was initiated by Hazrat Syed Ahmed Shahid. He was a master
calligraphist, well-versed in various forms of writing. He was a
sharp-minded, crudite scholar and a great saint, who could recite the Holy
Qur'an in seven different intonations. He propagated Islam and strengthened
faith of the Muslims of Bengal for 51 years. It is said that more than 10
millions of people embraced Islam due to his efforts. The devastations,
tortures, imprisonments and the suppression of civil and political rights
that came in the wake of the first war of independence (termed as the Sepoy
Mutiny by the British Government) effected the minds of the intelligent to
such an extent that a section of the Muslim declared India as Darul Harb.
Maulana Karamat Ali Jaunpuri is compared with Shah Abdul Aziz
Muhaddith Dehlavi for his wise leadership, prudence and meaningful guidance.
He tries to remove even unlawful practices that had crept into Muslim
society. He elevated the moral and spiritual standard for the attainment of
prosperity in this world and the world to come. According to Maulana Syed
Suleman Nadvi "no one did so much for Muslims of Bengal as was done by
Maulana Karamat Ali." Syed Abdul Hasem Ali Nadvi also appreciated his
missionary activities.
His publications consist of Dafi-ul-Was, Tarjuma-e-Shimail Tirmizi,
Tarjuma Mishkat Sharif part one and Miftah-ul-Jannath, etc., besides many
others. He died in 1873 A. D. at Rangpur and was buried in Mohalla
Munshipara, where his annual is held with due solemnity. A Madarsa Quraniya
established in the grand mosque built by Hussain Shah Sharqi at Jaunpur, has
been still running for more than one hundred fifty years.
Torpedo
2005-11-20 06:50:23 UTC
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Ajan for Beggerdeshi Paki bastards:

"Allah is a bloody pigfucker and Mohamed is his cocksucker."
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Great Lives, Great Places
Hazrat Karamat Ali Jaunpuri
(D. 1873 A.D.)
In the early part of the 19th century the religious movement started
by Syed Ahmed Shahid Barailvi (1831) A. D.) has its dynamic effect on the
Muslims of Eastern Bengal specially Faridpur, Bogra, Sylhet, Noakhali and
Chittagong, when he declared jihad (holy war) against the Britishers, many
Bengali Muslims, responded to his call. The most prominent among them were
Maulana Imamud-Din, Maulana Waris Ali, Maulana Sufi Noor Muhammad, Hazrat
Syed Ahmed Barailvi, who carries the movement successfully in the eastern
and southern parts of Bengal in the same way as Syed Ahmed Barailvis Khalifa
Hazrat Karamat Ali Jaunpuri (d. 1873 A. D.) did in the northern part of
Bengal.
Hazrat Maulana Karamat Ali was born at Mullatola, Jaunpur, (Oudh) on
June 12, 1800 A. D. He read Fiqh from Shah Abdul Aziz Muhaddith Dehlavi and
Ismail Shahid and was initiated by Hazrat Syed Ahmed Shahid. He was a master
calligraphist, well-versed in various forms of writing. He was a
sharp-minded, crudite scholar and a great saint, who could recite the Holy
Qur'an in seven different intonations. He propagated Islam and
strengthened
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faith of the Muslims of Bengal for 51 years. It is said that more than 10
millions of people embraced Islam due to his efforts. The devastations,
tortures, imprisonments and the suppression of civil and political rights
that came in the wake of the first war of independence (termed as the Sepoy
Mutiny by the British Government) effected the minds of the intelligent to
such an extent that a section of the Muslim declared India as Darul Harb.
Maulana Karamat Ali Jaunpuri is compared with Shah Abdul Aziz
Muhaddith Dehlavi for his wise leadership, prudence and meaningful guidance.
He tries to remove even unlawful practices that had crept into Muslim
society. He elevated the moral and spiritual standard for the attainment of
prosperity in this world and the world to come. According to Maulana Syed
Suleman Nadvi "no one did so much for Muslims of Bengal as was done by
Maulana Karamat Ali." Syed Abdul Hasem Ali Nadvi also appreciated his
missionary activities.
His publications consist of Dafi-ul-Was, Tarjuma-e-Shimail Tirmizi,
Tarjuma Mishkat Sharif part one and Miftah-ul-Jannath, etc., besides many
others. He died in 1873 A. D. at Rangpur and was buried in Mohalla
Munshipara, where his annual is held with due solemnity. A Madarsa Quraniya
established in the grand mosque built by Hussain Shah Sharqi at Jaunpur, has
been still running for more than one hundred fifty years.
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2015-01-25 18:28:30 UTC
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Bhai
i need this book.how i can get it.i must pay expenditure.

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