Shibli Nomani

Shibli Nomani

Allamah Shibli Nomani (Urdu: علامہ شبلی نعمانی‎) (June 3, 1857 - November 18, 1914, Azamgarh) was a respected scholar of Islam from Indian subcontinent during British Raj. He was born at Bindwal in Azamgarh district of present-day Uttar Pradesh. He is known for the founding the Shibli National College in 1883 and the Darul Mussanifin in Azamgarh. Shibli was a versatile scholar in Arabic, Persian, Hindi, Turkish and Urdu. He was also a poet. He collected much material on the life of Prophet of Islam, Muhammad but could write only first two volumes of the planned work the Sirat-un-Nabi. His disciple, Syed Sulaiman Nadvi, made use of this material and added his own and wrote remaining five volumes of the work, the Sirat-un-Nabi after the death of his mentor.

Read more about Shibli Nomani:  Early Life, In The Middle East, In Hyderabad and Lucknow, Founding of Darul Mussanifin, Shibli's Ideology, Personal Life, Works

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... Abdullah Ansari (Founder Nazim-e-Diniyaat, MAO College) and Maulana Shibli Nomani, who were teachers of Arabic and Persian at MAO College ... Maulana Shibli Nomani proposed Maulana Mufti Lutfullah to chair the opening session ... Maulana Shah Muhammad Hussain presented the organization's objectives and Maulana Shibli Nomani presented the working guidelines (Dasturul-Amal) ...