Syed Shah Abdul Haq Gillani
|Shah Abdul Haq|
|File:Syed Shah Abdul Haq Gillani, Lala jee Golra Sharif .jpg|
|Born||16 April 1926|
(3 Shawal 1345 A.H.)
Golra Sharif, British India (Present Day Pakistan)
|Based in||Golra Sharif|
|Predecessor||Syed Ghulam Mohiyyuddin Gilani|
Hazrat Peer Syed Shah Abdul Haq Gilani (commonly known as Lalajee) was born on Friday, the 16th of April 1926 (Shawal 3, 1345 A.H.) at Golra Sharif, the then district Rawalpindi (now it is in District Islamabad, Pakistan). He was named as “Shah Abdul Haq” by his grandfather Peer Meher Ali Shah. He is the son of Syed Ghulam Mohyuddin alias Babuji and is the current Sajjada Nasheen of Shrine Golra Sharif in Islamabad Pakistan.
Education[edit | edit source]
He with his elder brother Syed Ghulam Moin ud din (commonly known as Elder Lala jee) got their education from Qari Ghulam Muhammad Peshawari, the jurist and orator of “Dargah-e-Ghausia Mehria Golra Sharif”. Lalajees completed recitation of the Quran on Monday, 17 August 1936. Both the brothers initiated reading of Arabic books of Dars-e-Nizami from ocean of Islamic knowledge of the time, Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Ghazi, in the same institution.
References[edit | edit source]
2. "Mehr Muneer" a Biography of Meher Ali shah by Maulana Faiz Ahmed
Sources[edit | edit source]
- Brief life sketch of Shah Abdul Haq and his elder brother
This article "Syed Shah Abdul Haq Gillani" is from Wikipedia. The list of its authors can be seen in its historical and/or its subpage Syed Shah Abdul Haq Gillani/edithistory. Articles copied from Draft Namespace on Wikipedia could be seen on the Draft Namespace of Wikipedia and not main one.