Indian Muslim Leading Newspaper, New from India, Islam, World
32 pages, Twice a month. Subscribe Now.  (RNI DELENG/2000/930; ISSN 0972-3366)


 
Since Jan 2000

Cartoons .  Special Reports . National  . Issues . Community News Letters to the Editor  . Matrimonials . Latest Indian Muslim Statements . Book Store ++

Home 
Search
Subscribe Online
Archives

About Us
Cartoons

Online Book Store  
E-Greetings

Jobs @ MG

Advertise on MG
Our Team
Contact Us

Muslim Matrimonials
Our Advertisers

Add to your RSS reader - Indian Muslim Islamic News online media web site

»  Lastest Indian Muslim 
Statements & 
Press Release
s
Google
Web (WWW) OR  
only MG

  q
» Tell me when the next issue comes online:

Unsubscribe

 

 

  q

__________________

If you haven't seen the print edition,
you've 

missed it ALL

send me the print edition
__________________

  q

Obituaries: 16-31 December 2001

Muhammad Fayyaz Khan died on 25 November in Rampur. He was in his early seventies. People like him are not born every day. A man in a class of his own, he was a great philanthropist and tried to use all at his disposal to serve the less endowed people. In a poor city like Rampur where healthcare facilities are still the privilege of the economically better off classes as healthcare infrastructure is almost non-existent and the poor unlike people with lots of money can not imagine going to Delhi or Moradabad for treatment, he established an eye hospital and a maternity centre. It was the best thing one could even imagine in those days of early seventies and even in eighties. A man of even ordinary income could well afford the fee being charged there. It was always minimal. And the same continues even today. Children of a large number of people employed in his bidi factories were provided free education. Even those working there were sometimes provided an opportunity to learn reading and writing through Taleem-e balighan centres. He was also associated with all the social and charitable organizations in the city and was a member of almost all the leading educational societies. Late Maulana Uzair Saibul Mazahiri, a renowned alim who taught Qur’an at Jamiatus Salihat and former senior functionary of Jamaat-e-Islami always stayed at his mansion whenever he was there. The poor in the city who benefited from his philanthropy will never be able to forget Fayyaz Khan Saheb (SU Rahman).

Prolific writer and eminent Islamic scholar of the Sub-continent Maulana Ashiq Ilahi Bulandshahri died in Madina. He was 80. He was born in 1343 AH in Buland Shahar of Uttar Pradesh. After primary education at Madrasa Imdadia, Moradabad and Jama Masjid of Aligarh he went to Mazahir Uloom Saharanpur for further studies. He taught important subjects at Hayatul Uloom, Moradabad, Darul Uloom Karachi and Ferozpur Jhirka for several years. The late Maulana had been staying at Madina for the last 25 years. He was a disciple of Shaikhul Hadith Maulana Muhammad Zakaria Kandhalwi. Dozens of his books are well-received in religious circles. Tohfa-e-Khwateen (Gift for women), Marne Ke Baad Kya Hoga? (What is going to happen after death ?), Islami Adaab, Huqooqul Walidain (Rights of parents) and Anwarul Bayan, a voluminous commentary of the Qur’an in 9 volumes, are a few famous books written by him. 

q

Subscribe Now

Get Books from India at cheap attractive ratesArabic English High Quality translation

Help Relief, Welfare, development work in India - Zakat

Read books on Indian Muslim Islamic topics only on MG bookstore !


Subscribe 2 MG print edition | Muslim Educational Loan AidContact Us | Muslim Baby Names | OutreachIndia | Suggestions | Muslim  Islamic greeting cards

Bookmark The Milli Gazette

Privacy PolicyDisclaimer  © Copyright 2000-Present  Publishers: Pharos Media & Publishing Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, India