Son of Pir Mehrab Beg*. Named by Imam Hassanali. Died after a few years of Piratan.His brother Sayyed Ali Ashgar Beg became PIR after Ali Akbar Bed died. See ginans 298, 513.
550AH/1155-697AH/1210. A special emissary who, like a Dai, preached Ismailism in Syria. In reality he was Imam Ala Mohammed incognito according to Mustafa Ghaleb in "Ismailis of Syria" and the text ofA.Tamir "Sinan Rashidal-Din". Sinan proclaimed the Great Resurrection in Syria.He had friendly relations with Christians and Jews. He had to fight against Saladin. For detailed English text on RASHID AL-DIN SINAN click here
(47AH-61AH.) Hazarat Hassan's son. Was born in Medina and and was sacrified as a martyr at Kerbala at the age of 14. See. Pir Jaffar.
Arabian peninsula. In sufic terms, also called Bhamar Gufa. (forehead)
On of the 19 children of Pir Hassan Kabirdin. He is buried in Multan.
City in Iran (Kahek nagri, vircha sher) Residence of Imams Mohammed bin Ismail, Sayyed Ali, Qasim Shah and Aga Hassanali Shah.
Night of Power/Destiny. 23rd day of the month of Ramdhan. Night when the Prophet received the first revelation of the Quran. XCVII/1-5. Also symbolizes the night of humanity in this period of occultation.
g. 172, 281:2, 125:13, 304:3
(9th Century) Nephew of Ibn. Hawshab* who sent him as a missionary to Sind in 270/884.
RUHANI ADAM. 3rd Intellect fallen at the 10th position and dividedinto the individual souls to regain his 3rd spiritual place.
sv. Sat Panth Mission Society. Was renamed ITREB in 1986 with the new constitution. Has full powers for research and publications.
(Died. 1025). Paternal aunt of Imam az-Zahirwho controled the Fatimide empire for 5 years during the Imam's young age. She crushed the revolt of Abdur Rahim.
Son of Sayyed Didarali. d. around 1967 at the age of 98 years. Propogated Ismaili dawa in India.
1. Term used for "Great Commander" 2.Qutub Taro = The Northern Star(?)
554AH-664AH nominated as Pir in 584AH by Imam Ala Mohammad. Was born in Sabzwar. Accompanied his father, Pir Solehdin in his voyages. His disciple was Kwaja Chisti of Ajmer. He had 3 sons:Seyyeds Shamsuddin, Abdul Husain, Abdul Hadi. Considered Qutub* by is sufis. Prolific writer. Author of "Fiqah Ahoot"