40 Km from Hyderabad (Pakistan) Village Bhill* converted to Ismailis in the 1960. In 1982, Khyber Village was the meeting point of 1500 ismailis from Bhill origin.
(172AH-242AH). Born atMohamedabad, son of Pir Imamuddin. Was nominated to Pir by Imam Wafi Ahmad.Travelled to Iran and Iraq. Had 5 sons. Died at 71 years of age.
Dynasty named after Bibi Fatima, reigned in Egypt from 910 to 1171. (After 1094 = Mustealiens*). Founded by Imam Mehdi. The most powerful navy in the Mediterranean.
3A.H/625 - 507 A.H/671. Son of Hazart Ali and Bibi Fatima. 2nd Pir, member of Ahl-e-Bayt*. Acceded to Caliphate in 40A.H. Had 15 children. Was imprisoned by Muawiya. sv.Baqiya.
Name of the country where Pir Shams sang and composed the Garbis. Garbi 24 explains the miracles that occured and the subsequent conversion of the King and his Ministers (g.641)
Pir Shams coming as a parrot tospeak /guide Surjaa Raani. ginaan. 151.
Surja=sun rani=Queen. Queen of the Sun. Was married to Daint Kalinga* in China. Met and learned the teachings of Pir Shams. She will try very hard to convert her husband, but without success. She will killed her husband at the time of apocalypse. Had 2 daughters: Ajia and Wajia and 2 sons Kamla and Damla. see ginan:"Firat néja, tambal waj shé".
Son of Tara Rani and Raja Haristchandra Kunvar* Rohidas was sold after the dethronment of his father, King Harichandra.
Imam Shah *. Was not a Pir. Not to be confused with Pir Salamuddin or Pir Imamuddin.(all 3 of them are also known as Imamuddin)
Persian Dai, served as Deputy for Emir Radhwan of Alep whose son Alp Arslan overtook his power and attempted to destroy the Ismailis. Ibrahim escaped and sought refuge in Sheizar*.
Island, climate, region. Adam was born on one of these 12 islands (in Ceylon).
Son of Pandu, the father of the 5 Pandavs. Married Chitraganda and Ulipi. Father of Babhruwana*, brother to Sohodew, Bhim.
See KILLIS, YAQUB IBN
Fatimid Dai who left his master on a voyage to Maghreb in 902 after learning of the change of plans by the Imam. He was executed in Yemen.
Imam Hassanali took back the Piratan after the death of Pir Ali Asgar Beg*. Later appointed Pir Mirza Qasim Ali. As per his wish, he was buried in Najaf.