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Muhammad Ilyas Kandhlawi

Muhammad Ilyas Kandhlawi Muslim scholar

Muslim scholar
Muhammad Ilyas Kandhlawi
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Intro Muslim scholar
A.K.A. Muhammad Ilyas Kandhlawi
Is Preacher
From India
Type Religion
Gender male
Birth Kandhla
Death 13 July 1944
Muhammad Ilyas Kandhlawi
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Biography

Muḥammad Ilyās ibn Muḥammad Ismā‘īl Kāndhlawī Dihlawī (Urdu: محمد الیاس بن محمد اسماعیل کاندھلوی دہلوی‎) was an Indian Islamic scholar and Sufi who founded the Tablighi Jamaat Islamic revivalist movement.

Name and lineage

He was Muhammad Ilyas ibn Muhammad Ismail, Kandhlawi (of Kandhla) by birth and origin, then Dihlawi (of Delhi).

Early life and education

Muhammad Ilyas was born in 1303 AH (1885/1886) in the village of Kandhla, Muzaffarnagar district, North-West Provinces, British India (in present-day Shamli district, Uttar Pradesh, India). His year of birth can be computed by the tarikhi (chronogrammatic) name "Akhtar Ilyas" (اختر الیاس) using abjad numerals.

He was the son of Muhammad Ismail and his second wife, Safiyah.

In a local maktab he memorized one and a quarter ajza' of the Qur'an, and he completed memorizing the Qur'an under his father in Nizamuddin area, Delhi. Thereafter, he studied the elementary books of Arabic and Persian language mostly under his father.

Later on helived with and studied under Rashid Ahmad Gangohi. In 1905, the death of Rashid Ahmad Gangohi occurred, when Ilyas was 20. In 1908, Ilyas enrolled in Darul Uloom Deoband.

Foundation of Tablighi Jamaat

In the early 1920s, he prepared a team of young madrasah graduates from Deoband and Saharanpur and sent them to Mewat to establish a network of mosques and Islamic schools movement but once said that if he had to attribute a name to his movement, it would have been Tehreek-e-Imaan (Imaan/Faith movement'). The people of South Asia started calling the devotees Tableeghi and this name became popularised eventually.

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