Naqi Ali Khan

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Naqi Ali Khan
نقی علی خان
TitleMufti
Personal
Born1830
Died1880[1]
Resting placeBareilly Sharif Dargah, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh
ReligionIslam
Nationality British Indian
EraModern era
RegionSouth Asia
DenominationSunni
JurisprudenceHanafi[2]
CreedMaturidi
Main interest(s)Islamic theology, Hanafi jurisprudence, Tasawwuf
TariqaQadri, Chishti, Soharwardi, Naqshbandi
Muslim leader
SuccessorAhmed Raza Khan
Influenced by

Naqi Ali Khan (1830-1880[1]) (urdu: نقی علی خان) was an Indian Sunni Hanafi Islamic Scholar, Mufti and father of Ahmed Raza Khan.[3] Naqi Ali wrote 26 books on Seerah and Aqedah and he issued thousand Fatwas.

Family tree[edit]

Raza Ali Khan
first marriagesecond marriage
(daughter) i khanNaqi Ali KhanMustajab beghumbibie jan
Ahmed Raza KhanHassan Raza Khan
Hamid Raza KhanMustafa Raza Khan
Ibraheem Raza Khan
Akhtar Raza Khan
Asjad Raza Khan

Publications[edit]

  • Asool Ul Rishaad (اصول الرشاد لقمع مباني الفساد)[4]
  • Fazayle E Dua (فضائل دعا)
  • Tafsir e Surah Alamnashrah Explaination of Ayat (تفسیر سورہ الم نشرخ).[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Malik, Jamal (2007-11-27). Madrasas in South Asia: Teaching Terror?. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-134-10763-6.
  2. ^ Rahman, Tariq. "Munāẓarah Literature in Urdu: An Extra-Curricular Educational Input in Pakistan's Religious Education." Islamic Studies (2008): 197–220.
  3. ^ Hassankhan, Maurits S.; Vahed, Goolam; Roopnarine, Lomarsh (2016-11-10). Indentured Muslims in the Diaspora: Identity and Belonging of Minority Groups in Plural Societies. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 978-1-351-98687-8.
  4. ^ "Naqi Ali Khan Barelvi". Books Library. Retrieved 2020-08-25.
  5. ^ "Tafsir e Surah Alamnashrah Explaination of Ayat". Retrieved 2020-08-25.

Further reading[edit]