Muḥammad In‘āmul-Ḥasan ibn Ikrāmul-Ḥasan Kāndhlawī (Urdu: محمد انعام الحسن بن اکرام الحسن کاندھلوی; c. 20 February 1918 – 10 June 1995) was an Indian Islamic scholar who served as the third leader of the Tablighi Jamaat.
Early life and career
Inamul Hasan was born on 20 February 1918 at Kandhla town, near Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. He received his basic religious education at a nearby institution Mazahir Uloom Saharanpur and then spent the rest of his life working for Tablighi Jamat.
He married Tablighi Jamaat leader Muhammad Zakariya Kandhlawi's second daughter. He was selected and appointed the third Ameer (leader) of Tablighi Jamaat by the Shura (a consultative body of religious leaders) after the death of Muhammad Yusuf Kandhlawi in 1965 and served over 30 years as the leader of Tablighi Jamaat until his death in 1995.
Death and legacy
Inamul Hasan Kandhlawi died on 10 June 1995. He was well-versed in the ilm-e-Hadith (knowledge of the traditions of prophet Muhammad SW). He discharged his responsibility as the Amir of Tablighi Jamaat with foresight and courage.