Muhammad Madani Miya Ashrafi Al-Jilani - Parents

Parents

Muhammad Madni Ashrafi Jilani is the son of Muhaddith-E-Aazam-Hind. Hazrat paternal grandfather was Maulana Sayyad Shah Nadhar Ashraf who was an Sufi scholar, lecturer of Persian language and a Hakeem. He was also known for his debating skills and poetry. Sayyad Shah Nadhar Ashraf has a reputation of extremely generous and whatever wealth he obtained was generously distributed among poor.

This charitable institutions of giving alms to the poor and needy is deeply embellished in the 'Silsila-E-Ashrafia' tradition and to this day continues especially within the family of Khanwada-E-Muhaddith-E-Aazam-Hindh.

He has a son, Muhaddith-E-Aazam-Hind.

Muhaddith-E-Aazam-Hind was married to Sayyada Fathima Makhdooma in 1915. She was a daughter of his maternal grandfather 'Alim-E-Rabbani' Sultan al-Waizeen Hazrat Maulana Sayyad Shah Abdul Mehmud Ahmad Ashraf Ashrafi al-Jelani also known as "Maulana Ahmad Ashraf".

Sayyada Fathima was with Muhaddith-E-Aazam-Hind away from home on a preaching mission through out the year, Sayyada Fathima raised all the children and gave them a grounding in education and was the first teacher to all her siblings.

Muhaddith-E-Aazam-Hind and Sayyada Fathima had by six childrens.

  • Sayyad Muhamid Ashraf
  • Sayyad Hasan Muthanna Anwar
  • Sayyad Muhammed Madani (Shaikh-Ul-Islam)
  • Sayyad Muhammed Hashmi (Gazi-E-Millat)
  • Sayyada Iqbal Banu
  • Sayyada Sultana Khantoon.

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