Prominent scholar and theologian Pakistan's prominent religious scholar, Islamic theologian, Islamic democracy advocate Qazi Hussain Ahmad was former Emir of Jamaat-e-Islami, populist political party in Pakistan. He became a member of the Jammat-e-Islami party in 1970, rising to head of the party in 1987, in which capacity he served until 2008. He transformed ...
A leader of the 'Razakars of Hyderabad'. A leader of the 'Razakars of Hyderabad', Qasim Rizvi blocked the state's accession into India after the partition (1947) against the wishes of the local population. He fought against the Indian forces during Operation Polo. In his speeches and publications in Hyderabad, once a ...
Author Zouzani was the author of the Sharah Qasaed-ul-Saba-al-Muallaqat, an explanation of the seven celebrated poems, which were written in letters of gold and suspended to the door of the Ka'bah before the advent of Islam. Their authors were Amri al Kais, Tarafa, Zuhiar, Labid, Antar, Amru and Haris. Sir ...
Though he was known as the founder of the Ismailia sect, it was his son Abdullah Qaddah ( -874) who perfected the relgio-political system of the Ismailites.
India's religious leader and scholar. His fresh study of fiqh and the founding of such an academy enhanced his stature to become later on the chief Qazi of Imarat-e-Sharia of Bihar & Orissa, and as head of India's Muslim Personal Law Board. He also served in the International Islamic Academy (KSA), ...
Author of Tabqat Ul-Umam first world history of Science.
A writer and Qazi of Lahore. Shustari wrote Majlis al Mu Minin, in Lahore in 1604 and Ihqaq al Haq. Shustari was whipped to death by the order of Jahangir the Moghul King.
Married to Ummer Shah Mirza, she was the mother of Babur, the king of Delhi.
His original name was Shaikh Khuban and he was the son of Shaikh Salim Chisti's sister and foster brother of Jahangir, who raised him to the rank of commander of 5,000 soldiers. Sher Afghan Khan, the former husband of Nurjahan, killed him at Burdwan in 1607.
A celebrated Sufi saint of Delhi. Khawaja Qutbuddin was one of the most famous Sufi saints of India and was a disciple of Khawaja Moinuddin Chisti (1141 - 1236), one of the most outstanding figures in the annals of Islamic mysticism and founder of the Chistiyya order in Ajmer, India and whose ...