List of chancellors and principals of Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama

Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama is an Islamic seminary in Lucknow, India. Established on 26 September 1898 by the Nadwatul Ulama, it is one of the major Islamic institutions in India.

The manager (nāzim) of the Nadwatul Ulama is the chancellor (sarparast/patron) of the Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama and the Principal is the executive head of the seminary.

List of chancellorsEdit

No. Name Term of office Reference
1 Muhammad Ali Mungeri 26 September 1898 19 July 1903 [1]
2 Masihuzzaman Khan 20 July 1903 21 April 1905 [2]
3 Khalilur Rahman Saharanpuri 1905 July 1915 [3]
4 Abdul Hai Hasani July 1915 [3]
5 Ali Hasan Khan 8 June 1931 [4]
6 Hakeem Abdul Ali 9 June 1931 1961 [5]
7 Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi 1961 31 December 1999 [6]
8 Rabey Hasani Nadwi 2000 "in office" [7]

List of principalsEdit

No. Name Term of office Reference
1 Hafeezullah Azamgarhi 1931 [8][9]
2 Abdullah Tonki [10]
3 Ameer Ali Maleehabadi [11]
4 Sher Ali Hyderabadi [12]
5 Hyder Hasan Khan July 1932 (Rabiʽ al-Awwal 1351 AH) December 1939 (Dhu al-Hijjah 1358 AH) [13]
6 Imran Khan Nadwi 1 January 1940 3 August 1958 [14][15]
7 Muḥammad Ishaq Sandelwi October 1956 1969 (Rajab 1389 AH) [15]
8 Muhibbullah Lari Nadwi 1970 (1389 AH) 29 November 1993 [16]
9 Rabey Hasani Nadwi 1993 2000 [7]
10 Saeed-ur-Rahman Azmi Nadvi 2000 "in office" [17]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sayyid Muḥammad al-Hasani (May 2016). Sīrat Hadhrat Mawlāna Muḥammad Ali Mungeri: Bāni Nadwatul Ulama (in Urdu) (4 ed.). Lucknow: Majlis Sahāfat-o-Nashriyāt, Nadwatul Ulama. p. 238.
  2. ^ Shams Tabrez Khan. Tārīkh Nadwatul Ulama. 2. p. 31.
  3. ^ a b Shams Tabrez Khan. Tārīkh Nadwatul Ulama. 2. p. 42.
  4. ^ Shams Tabrez Khan. Tārīkh Nadwatul Ulama. 2. p. 242.
  5. ^ Shams Tabrez Khan. Tārīkh Nadwatul Ulama. 2. p. 402.
  6. ^ "Nadwi on Maududi: a traditionalist maulvi's critique of Islamism". Two Circles. 18 May 2008. Retrieved 6 July 2021.
  7. ^ a b AFM Sulaiman (2011). Indian contributions to Arabic literature - a study on Mohd Rabe Hasani Nadwi. p. 82. Retrieved 6 July 2021.
  8. ^ Asir Adrawi, Tazkirah Mashāhīr-e-Hind: Karwān-e-Rafta, p. 82
  9. ^ Ishāq Jalees Nadwi. Tārīkh Nadwatul Ulama. 1. p. 220.
  10. ^ Asir Adrawi, Tazkirah Mashāhīr-e-Hind: Karwān-e-Rafta, p. 179
  11. ^ Asir Adrawi, Tazkirah Mashāhīr-e-Hind: Karwān-e-Rafta, p. 48
  12. ^ Asir Adrawi, Tazkirah Mashāhīr-e-Hind: Karwān-e-Rafta, p. 126
  13. ^ Aamir Siddīqi Tonki (1999). Hayāt al-Allāma al-Muḥaddith Haider Hasan Khān Tonki (in Arabic). Tonk: Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Arabic Persian Research Institute. p. 136.
  14. ^ Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi. Purāne Chirāgh. 3 (3 ed.). p. 253.
  15. ^ a b Shams Tabrez Khan. Tārīkh Nadwatul Ulama. 2. p. 444.
  16. ^ Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi. Purāne Chirāgh. 3 (3 ed.). pp. 265–267.
  17. ^ "Principal of Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama". nadwa.in. Retrieved 7 July 2021.

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