|Biographical detail : ||On his return from Makkah he devoted himself to the spread of his father's movement which asserted the equality of mankind and gave due importance to observe the duties, Faraiz, of a Muslim. It was among the peasants that he made the larger number of converts.
In 1838 Dudu Miyan was falsely involved in some cases by the landlords but was acquitted for lack of evidence. Dudu Miyan name became a household word throughout Bengal and he became an object of terror to the Hindu and English landlords.
Born Muhammad Mohsin and known as Dudu Miyan was the son of Haji Shariat Allah who was the founder of Faraiziya movement in Bengal.