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13.12.3 Biography: Places: Amrōhah
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In Volume 1-2: Biography, Additions, and Corrections | Section 2, History, Biography, etc.

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§ 1496. It was in 1296/1879 that Saiyid M. Āl i Ḥasan b. S. Nad̲h̲īr Aḥmad b. S. Imām al-Dīn Aḥmad Maudūdī Amrōhawī completed his:—

Nuk̲h̲bat al-tawārīk̲h̲, on the saints and other celebrated men of Amrōhah,1 in a muqaddimah ((a) genealogical information concerning the patriarchs, etc., the Prophet and his family, (b) a sketch of the history of Amrōhah), four bābs ((1) the Saiyids, (2) the S̲h̲aik̲h̲s, (3) the Mug̲h̲uls and Afg̲h̲ans, (4) the Kambōhs and Kalāls) and a k̲h̲ātimah (further saints, etc., manṣabdārs, the author’s teachers and friends).

Edition: Amrōhah 1880°*.

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^ Back to text1. Amrōhah is an old town 19 miles w.n.w. of Murādābād. Several of the celebrities mentioned by Āl i Ḥasan are mentioned also in the official Gazetteer of Moradabad (Allahabad, 1911).

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“13.12.3 Biography: Places: Amrōhah”, in: Storey Online, Charles Ambrose Storey. Consulted online on 06 December 2023 <>
First published online: 2021

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