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Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia

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Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia

Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia at Bhera Sharif

Gazi ul Islam, Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah (RA)
(1890 to 1957)

Gazi ul Islam, Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah (RA) is a beam of this saintly line. His father Hazrat Ameer-us-Salekeen Pir Muhammad Ameer Shah (RA) died on December 6, 1927. After the death of his father, Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah (RA) accessed to the throne of his father. Pir Muhammad Shah (RA) accommodated this responsibility up to 1957.
During this whole period, Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah (RA) worked extremely hard for the glory and prosperity of Islam. Let’s have a look on his memorable work.

Justice Pir Muhammad Karam Shah Al-Azhari (RA)

Founder of  Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia at Bhera Sharif

Hazrat Zial-ul-Ummah, Pir Muhammad Karam Shah (RA) had a multi- dimensional personality.As a Quranic exegetist, biography writer, educationist, teacher, great thinker, writer and a spiritual leader, every aspect of his life has success, welfare, prosperity and safety for the Muslim Ummah.
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Hazrat Pir Karam Shah (RA) was a noble-minded, sagacious and a thoughtful scholar. He illuminated the destinations of the straight path for the new generation which was involved in the depth of the ignorance and darkness.He was born in 1918 in a spiritual family of the Subcontinent. He got his early education from Bhera. After achievement of the intellectual and traditional fields of knowledge, he went to Murabad (India) for the review of the Hadith. Afterwards he went to the Al-Azhar University Egypt.
After accomplishment of the education from the University of Al-Azhar, he came back to home land and started the revival work of Daral-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia established by his father. Hazrat Pir Karam Shah (RA) laid the foundation of this Daral-Uloom on the basis of such an education system and syllabus which is a very attractive combination of the contemporary and the Islamic fields of knowledge.

Pir Muhammad Amin-ul-Hasnat Shah

    In charge of  Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia at Bhera Sharif

Hazrat Pir Muhammad Amin-ul-Hasanat Shah is the spiritual successor and the eldest son of Hazrat Pir Muhammad Karam Shah (RA). He was born in 1952 in Bhera. As usual he started his early education from the Holy Quran. Along with getting benefit from the grand cradle of training, he achieved the religious education from Daral-Uloom Bhera. He completed the review in the Hadith from the Jamia Qamar-ul-Islam Karachiand achieved the Islamic Law and Specialization in the Justice from the great educational institution of the Muslim World “Jamia Umm-ul-Qura” Makkah.
In 1980, he took the charge of the Chief Editor of Mahnama “Zia-e-Haram and started performing the journalism responsibilities.
In 1986, he joined Daral-Uloom Bhera in the administrative and teaching work..
After the death of Hazrat Pir Muhammad Karam Shah (RA) in 1998, Pir Amin-ul-Hasanat Shah is fulfilling all the responsibilities which his father, Zia-ul-Ummah determined for him. On the same track of Hazrat Zia-ul-Ummah, Hazrat Pir Hasanat shah is introducing the new educational directions in Daral-Uloom Bhera. Hazrat Pir Hasanat Shah is a Successor of the Shrine Hazrat Ameer-us Salekken and the Principal of Daral-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia Bhera, besides this work, he is also performing the following supplementary responsibilities;
1- Chairman, Zia-ul-Quran Publications
2- Chief Editor, Mahnama “Zia-e-Haram”
3- Chairman, Anjuman Taleem-ul-Muslimeen
4- Chairman, Zia-ul-Ummah Foundation
5- Chairman, Al-Karam Welfare Fund
6- Member, Dahwa Academy, International Islamic University, Islamabad.
7- Head of the different International Welfare Organizations
8- Principal, Ghousia Girls College Bhera.

 

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  1. QAISAR SAIF ULLAH says:

    MA SHAA ALLAH

  2. IRFAN says:

    I LOVE PEER KARAM SHAH

  3. sadaf qadri says:

    Ma shaa Allah
    Barakallah

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