Who was disciple of Shah Abdul Aziz?
Maulana Syed Shah Ale Rasul Qadri
The prominent disciples of Shah Abdul Aziz were Maulana Syed Shah Ale Rasul Qadri, Syed Ahmad Brelvi, and Maulana Fazle-e-Haq Khairabadi.
Which one of the following was the father of Shah Abdul Aziz?
Delhi was capital of the Mughal Empire. Shah Abdul Aziz was the eldest son of Shah Waliullah was only 17 years old when Shah Waliullah died. He took over as the teacher of Hadith in place of his father. He belonged to hanafi school of thought.
What was real name of Shah Waliullah?
Syed Quṭb ad-Dīn Aḥmad Walī Allāh ibn ‘Abd ar-Raḥīm al-‘Umarī ad-DihlawīShah Waliullah Dehlawi / Full name
Who is Shah rafiuddin?
Moulvi Sir Rafiuddin Ahmed (1865–1954) was an Indian Muslim barrister, journalist and politician. He was generally known as the Moulvi. He was educated at Deccan College, Pune, and King’s College London. In 1892, he became a barrister-at-law in the Middle Temple.
Who first translated Quran in Persian?
Salman the Persian
The first translation of the Qurʻan was performed by Salman the Persian, who translated surah al-Fatiha into the Middle Persian in the early seventh century.
Why did Shah Waliullah translate the Holy Quran into Persian?
Shah Waliullah recognized that the tenets of Islam could not be followed properly unless the Holy Quran itself was understood. In order to spread the teachings of Islam he translated the Holy Quran into Persian the main language of educated Muslims at that time in the Sub- Continent.
What were the teachings of Shah Wali Ullah and how he helped the Muslims of sub continent in the social and political disorder of that time?
He also interpreted Quran and Hadith according to the context of the times. Shah Wali Ullah directed his teachings towards reorienting the Muslim society with the concepts of basic social justice, removing social inequalities, and balancing the iniquitous distribution of wealth.
Why were the writing of Shah Wali Ullah important?
Shah Waliullah Dehlavi Today people consider his writings to represent his most important achievement, especially his translation of the Holy Quran into a popular language, which made that religious text more accessible to a greater number of people.
Why were the writing of Shah Waliullah important?