Draft:Urs/Milad Dawoodi Bohra Saints

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Important Urs / Milad [1] of many commons saints in ismaili/Mustaali/Taiyabi/Dawoodi Bohra are as below.

Urs (Death anniversary)[edit]

  • Moulai Abdullah[2][3][4][5][6]- Khambhat : 1.Moharram ul-Haraam – محرم الحرام
  • Syedi Khanji Pheer[7], Udaipur: 2.Moharram ul-Haraam – محرم الحرام
  • Maulaana Husain[8], Karbala : Yaum-e-Aashuraa – یوم عاشوراء: 10.Moharram ul-Haraam – محرم الحرام(61AH)
  • Syedna Zoeb bin Moosa, Haws,Yemen: 10.Moharram ul-Haraam – محرم الحرام(546 AH/1151 AD)
  • Syedna Haatim Mohiyuddin- – Hutayb – Yemen: 16.Moharram ul-Haraam – محرم الحرام(d. 596 AH/1199 AD)
  • Maulaana Ali Zayn ul-Aabedeen[9], Medina: 18.Moharram ul-Haraam – محرم الحرام(d. 94 AH/712 AD)
  • Syedi Hasan Feer Shaheed, HasanFeer, Denmaal, Gujarat : 23.Moharram ul-Haraam – محرم الحرام(d. 795 AH/1392 AD)
  • Moulai Fakhruddin[10] – Galiyakot, Rajasthan: 27.Moharram ul-Haraam – محرم الحرام(d. 795 AH/1392 AD)
  • Syedna Ali Shamsuddin bin Saiyedna Abdullaah, Shaareqah, Yemen: 2. Safar ul-Muzaffar – صفر المظفر (d. 832 AH/1428 AD)
  • Syedna Husain bin Saiyedna Ali , San'aa (Yemen): 2. Safar ul-Muzaffar – صفر المظفر– d. 667 AH/1268 AD –
  • Syedna Husain bin Saiyedna Ali – d. 667 AH/1268 AD – San'aa (Yemen): 22. Safar ul-Muzaffar – صفر المظفر
  • 23rd Da'i al-Mutlaq Syedna Mohammad Ezzuddin bin Saiyedna Hasan – d. 946 AH/1539 – Zabeed (Yemen): 27. Safar ul-Muzaffar – صفر المظفر
  • Imam Hasan ibn Ali)[11], d. 49 AH/669 AD – Jannat ul-Baqee' – Madinat ul Munawwarah: 28. Safar ul-Muzaffar – صفر المظفر
  • 52nd Dai Syedna Mohammad Burhanuddin, Mumbai: 16. Rabi' ul-Awwal – ربیع الأول
  • Syedna Jalal Shamshuddin bin Hasan – d. 975 AH/1567 AD – Ahmedabad: 16. Rabi' ul-Aakhar – ربیع الآخر
  • 26th Da'i al-Mutlaq Syedna Dawood Bin Ajabshah- d. 997 AH/1589 AD – Ahmedabad: 27. Rabi' ul-Aakhar – ربیع الآخر
  • Da'i al-Mutlaq Syedna Ahmed ibn Ali- d. 627 AH/1230 AD – Hamdaan (Yemen:): 1, Jumaadi ul-Ulaa – جمادي الأولی
  • Maulaatona Faatimah az-Zahraa[12] bint Mohammad ul-Mustafaa – d. 11 AH/632 AD – Madinat ul Munawwarah: 10, Jumaadi ul-Ulaa – جمادي الأولی
  • Syedi Nuruddin[13] Dongaam (Aurangabad): 11, Jumaadi ul-Ulaa – جمادي الأولی
  • Syedna Lamak bin Maalik saheb – d. 510 AH/1116 AD – Hamadaan, Yemen: 27, Jumaadi ul-Ulaa – جمادي الأولی
  • Syedna Yahyaa bin Lamak – d. 520 AH/1126 – Hamadaan, Yemen: 28, Jumaadi ul-Ulaa – جمادي الأولی
  • 7th Da'i al-Mutlaq Syedna Ahmed ibn Mubarak- d. 627 AH/1230 AD – Hamadaan, Yemen: 28, Jumaadi ul-Ulaa – جمادي الأولی
  • 27th Da'i al-Mutlaq Syedna Dawood Bin Qutubshah- d. 1021 AH/1612 AD – Ahmedabad: 15, Jumaadi ul-Ukhraa –
  • Syedna Kutbuddin Shahid, Ahmedabad: 27, Jumaadi ul-AAkhir
  • 28th Da'i al-Mutlaq Saiyedna Sheikh Aadam Safiuddin – d. 1030 AH/1621 AD – Saraspur, Ahmedabad: 7, Rajab-ul-Murajjab – رجب المرجب
  • 14th Da'i al-Mutlaq Saiyedna Abdul Muttalib- d. 755 AH/1354 AD – Hisn-e-Zimarmar, Yemen: 14, Rajab-ul-Murajjab – رجب المرجب
  • 13th Da'i al-Mutlaq Syedna Ali Shamshuddin- d. 746 AH/1345 AD – Hisn-e-Zimarmar, Yemen: 18, Rajab-ul-Murajjab – رجب المرجب

Milad (Birth anniversary)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Archived 2012-07-16 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Enthoven, R. E. (1922). The Tribes and Castes of Bombay. 1. Asian Educational Services. p. 199. ISBN 81-206-0630-2.
  3. ^ The Bohras, By: Asgharali Engineer, Vikas Pub. House, p.109,101
  4. ^ [1]; www.geni.com/people/Maulai-Abdullah.
  5. ^ [2]; p.33; ‘act of al Mustansir was sending missionaries to Gujarat’
  6. ^ Survival Amidst Fatimid Collapse; The Ismaili da'wa Outside the Fatimid dawla, by Daftary, F. "The Ismaili da'wa Outside the Fatimid dawla," in L'Egypte Fatimide: Son Art et Son Histoire, Marianne Barrucand (ed.) pp. 29 - 43. Paris: Presses de l'Universite de Paris-Sorbonne; ‘around 460AH/1067AD, Yamani da`is were dispatched to Gujarat under the close supervision of the Sulayhids’
  7. ^ Abbas, Zaheer (7 December 2010). "Khanji Pheer Saheb: The Great Bohra Saint". Udaipur Times. Retrieved 8 March 2018.
  8. ^ Madelung, Wilferd. "HOSAYN B. ALI". Iranica. Retrieved 12 January 2008.
  9. ^ "Imam Ali Ibn al Husayn (as)". Al-Islam.org. Retrieved 4 July 2015.
  10. ^ Mullahs on the Mainframe: Islam and Modernity Among the Daudi Bohras, by: Jonah Blank – 2001, p.139
  11. ^ Hasan b. 'Ali b. Abi Taleb Archived 1 January 2014 at the Wayback Machine, Encyclopedia Iranica.
  12. ^ "Fatima (sa), the Daughter of Muhammad (S), a Brief Biography". Al-Islam.org. Retrieved 2018-09-14.
  13. ^ [3], A Comprehensive History of India: pt.2 No special title,
  14. ^ Buhl, F.; Welch, A.T. (1993). "Muḥammad". Encyclopaedia of Islam. 7 (2nd ed.). Brill. pp. 360–376. ISBN 978-90-04-09419-2.
  15. ^ The Succession to the Fatimid Imam Amir, by S M Stern, DRILL, p.196,97

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