Sunni Islam & South Asia

Sunni Islam (or ) is the largest branch of Islam and are referred to in Arabic as ʾAhlu-s-Sunnati wa-l-Jamāʿah , people of the tradition of Muhammad and the consensus of the Ummah or ʾAhlu-s-Sunnah . South Asia, also known as Southern Asia, is the southern region of the Asian continent, which comprises the sub-Himalayan countries and, for some authorities (see below), also includes the adjoining countries to the west and the east. 1.3/5

Sunni Islam South Asia Abu Huraira Uttar Pradesh Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi India Today

[bəreːlʋi] ) is a term used for a movement of Sunni Islam originating in South Asia with over 200 million followers. [ 1 ] The name derives from the north Indian town of Bareilly , the hometown of its founder and main leader Ahmed Raza Khan (1856–1921). [ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ] [ 5 ] [ 6 ] Although Barelvi is the commonly used term in the media and academia, the followers of the movement often prefer to be known by the title of Ahle Sunnat wal Jama'at , a reference to their perception as forming an international majority movement. [ 7 ] The movement is much influenced by Sufism and the traditional folk Islam practices of South Asia , having formed as a reaction to the reformist attempts of the Deobandi movement . [ 8 ] [ 9 ] Etymology Edit To its followers, the movement is known as Ahle Sunnat wal Jama'at ("People of the traditions [of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad ] and the community"). This terminology is used to lay exclusive claim to be the only legitimate form of Sunni Islam, in opposition to the Deoban ...
Mustafa Raza Khan, commonly known among the Muslims of South Asiaas. Mufti e Azam e Hind, was born in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh,India in 1892. His father,Ahmed Raza Khan (1856–1921) was the founder of the Barelvi school of Sunni Islam in South Asia. His grandfather, Moulana Naqi Ali Khan (1880) was also a recognised scholar.
Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was born in 17 October 1817 at Delhi during the Modern era of the British colonial rule. He was a philosopher and social activist in British India. He is regarded widely as the mentor of 19th and 20th century Muslim entrepreneurs and politicians. He remained the most influential Muslim politician in India, with his opinions guiding the convictions of a large majority of Muslims. Battling illnesses and old age, Sir Syed died on March 27, 1898. He was buried besides Sir Syed Masjid inside the campus of the Aligarh University. His funeral was attended by thousands of students, Muslim leaders and British officials. Sir Syed is widely commemorated across South Asia as a great Muslim reformer and visionary Sir Syed Ahmed Khan established the Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College. Later, this institution came to be known as the Aligarh Muslim University. He opposed ignorance, superstitions and evil customs prevalent in the Muslim society. He firmly believed that the Muslim society would not progr ...
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