Haji Imdadullah Muhaajir Makki

Haji Imdadullah Muhaajir Makki

Haji Imdadullah Muhaajir Makki

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Haji Imdadullah Muhajir Makki (December 31, 1817 - October 18, 1899) was an eminent South Asian Muslim 'Alim, and Chishti Sufi saint.

Haji Imdadullah Muhaajir Makki was born in Nanauta, a town in the district of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh, India on December 31, 1817. His name, "Imdadullah", means "Assistance of Allah". Through his ancestry, he was a Faruqi or a descendant of 'Umar Faruq. he had three brothers. Zulfiqar and Fida Husain were older than he was, while Bahadur Ali Shah was younger. He also had a younger sister, Bi Wazirun Nisa. When he was born, he was named "Imdad Husain". However, when the renowned muhaddith, Shah Muhammad Ishaq, heard this name, he disliked it and advised that it be changed to "Imdadullah". he also attributed the names "Khuda Baksh" and "'Abdul Karim" to himself. At the age of three, he was sent to Sayyid Ahmad Shahid, who bestowed upon him the symbolical bay'at of tabarruk. When he was seven years old, his mother, Bibi Haseeni, died. She left behind a wasiyyat which stated: "Honour this wasiyyat of mine. No one should touch my child". Because the strict observance of this wasiyyat, his education did not receive much attention. However, he yearned to memorize the Qur’an. Thus, despite the absence of encouragement from others, he commenced memorization of the Qur’an. Despite a number of obstacles, he completed it at the age of twenty-three. At the age of nine, he...
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