Shaykh Dr. Tanwir Ahmad Khan


Hadhrat r.a. Heralds from a Saintly and Noble family. His Person was full of immense Piety and God Fear, truly a Fountain of Islamic and Spiritual knowledge, Hadhrat r.a. was a living glimpse of the dying Golden age of Scholars and Mashaikh a.r. from the last century of the Indian Sub continent. Allah Almighty bestowed Hadhrat r.a. the Great privilege and Honour of being a Student/Mureed of the renowned Moulana Muhammad Ashraf Ali Thanwi Sahib and Khaleefah e Khaas of Moulana Shah Maseehullah Khan Sahib Jalalabadi a.r.

Hadhrat r.a. was in many ways was an Embodiment of Qur’an and Sunnah, not solely amongst the kabaair/major observances but in reality the finer details of Sunnah were found in Hazrat r.a. In abundance, Hazrat was known amongst the Elders as “Hafez Sahib” He was a Scholar, a Kaamil and Accomplished Shiekh of Tariqat/Sulook in the four predominant indian subcontinent orders (Chisti, Qadri, Naqshbandi, Soharwardi). Hadhrat r.a. worldly profession was of a Homeopathic Doctor which He had been Practising for some 50+ years and benefitted many through His practice by the Grace of Allah Ta’ala, most often giving free treatment to the poor and the less fortunate of society. Throughout Hadhrat r.a. Life he supported many among the poor and needy and seldom did people know the extent of the Kindness He afforded to others.

Amongst His Students many are well learned and respected Ulema and Sullaha as well as from being amongst the general Muslims.

Alhamdulillah up to the age of 95 approximately Hadhrat r.a. was still travelling parts of the world parting much Islamic and Spiritual benefit by the Grace of Allah Ta’ala.


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