Syed Ali Miran Al Naqvi
Syed Ali Miran Al Naqvi (السید علی میران النقوی البھاکری) (Born 1550 AD, Died 1640 AD) === Sayyid Ali was a notable descendant of the Messenger of Islam Prophet Muhammad through the tenth shia Imam Ali Hadi al Naqi. It is believed that Sayyid Ali's birth town was Multan Punjab Pakistan, and later he migrated with his family to Lahore. He was buried in village Mona Syeddan.
Sayyid Ali’s ancestral decent is through the following key notable ancestors who first settled in Sindh Pakistan, Sayyid Saddurdin Khatib son of Sayyid Mahmud Al Makki. Sources from early Arab and Sindh history state that Sayyid Ali's ancestors: Sayyid Mahmud/Muhammad Al Makki migrated into the Sindh region from Arabia through Khorasan (Iran Mashad). Sayyid Muhammad Al-Makki KhorasnI السيد محمد الحسيني المكي شیر سوار خراساني نقوى (Born 1145, died 1246) whom arrived in Bukkar at the fort of Arak around the year 1200 AD.
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