The arrival of Muslim Sufis in the subcontinent and the promotion of scholarly activities: a research study

بر صغیر میں مسلم صوفیاء کی آمد اور علمی سرگرمیوں کا فروغ:تحقیقی مطالعہ

Authors

  • Azhar Ali Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies, Gujrat University, Gujrat.
  • Dr. Shoiab Arif Lecturer, Department of Islamic Studies, Gujrat University, Gujrat.

Keywords:

Asma 'ul-Rijal, Islam, Muhammad ibn Qasim, Sufi.

Abstract

In the subcontinent, the Companions, the followers, the followers of the followers and the narrators came at different times and continued to perform the duties of spreading Islam here. The books of Asma 'ul-Rijal and the turning of the pages of history show that according to a conservative estimate, about five Companions visited India, including' Uthman ibn Abi al-'As Saqafi and his brothers, 'Abdullah ibn' Umayr, and Sahl ibn 'Adi ibn Malik, Syedna Asim bin Amr and Syedna Majasha bin Thaalba and others. In the same way, many great men entered the subcontinent for the purpose of jihad and then for the propagation of Islam. Akhans al-Thaqafi and so on. Similarly, the followers of Tabein include Mr. Israel bin Musa Al-Basri, Mr. Abu Muhammad Raja bin Al-Sindi, Mr. Muhammad bin Abdul Rahman Belmani, Mr. Rabi 'bin Sabih Al-Saadi and others. Most of the followers and followers of the followers had come to India with the army of Amir Muhammad ibn Qasim. Although the word Sufi was not used for all these holy people because the term Sufi was not in use at that time That is, these people were the real Sufis. Even after him, various Sufis continued to visit and preach Islam.

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Published

2022-06-27

How to Cite

Azhar Ali, & Dr. Shoiab Arif. (2022). The arrival of Muslim Sufis in the subcontinent and the promotion of scholarly activities: a research study: بر صغیر میں مسلم صوفیاء کی آمد اور علمی سرگرمیوں کا فروغ:تحقیقی مطالعہ . Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities , 6(2), 40-52. Retrieved from https://arjish.com/index.php/arjish/article/view/516