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Andijān uprising

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Author(s): Babadjanov, Bakhtiyar
The Andijān uprising against the Russian colonial authorities in Turkistan took place on 18 May 1898; it had as its aim the expulsion of the Russians and the establishment of a Muslim state. Andijān (Andizhan) is a city on the Andijān River, in the Fergana (Farghāna) Valley of present-day eastern Uzbekistan, near the border with Kyrgyzstan. A part of the Kokand khānate in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, it was seized by Russian forces in 1876. In the uprising, about two thousand poorly armed insurgents attacked a tsarist army garrison in Andijān and other gover…
Date: 2021-07-19

ʿAbd al-Waḥīd Turkistānī

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Author(s): Babadjanov, Bakhtiyar
Shaykh ʿAbd al-Waḥīd Turkistānī (d. 1940 or 1941), also called Īshān Bābā, was a founder of succession lines of the Naqshbandī-Mujaddidī groups of Central Asia, primarily in Uzbekistan (the Naqshbandī Ṣūfī order was founded in Bukhara by Bahāʾ al-Dīn Naqshband, d. 791/1389, and is now widespread; its Mujaddidī current was initiated in India by Shaykh Aḥmad Sirhindī (d. 1033/1624), posthumously known as the “renovator” (mujaddid) of Islam in the second hijrī millenium). ʿAbd al-Waḥīd Turkistānī came from the village of Qūsh-ātā (or Qūshchī-ātā, in the south of mode…
Date: 2021-07-19

Dahbīdiyya

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Author(s): Babadjanov, Bakhtiyar
Dahbīdiyya is the name (nisba) of a family which, in the historiography and hagiography of Central Asia, was applied to descendants of Jalāl al-Dīn Khvājagī al-Kāsānī, later called al-Dahbīdī, known also as Makhdūm-i Aʿẓam b. Jamāl al-Dīn (d. 949/1542). He was a well-known shaykh of the Naqshbandiyya ṭarīqa (Ar., lit., way, hence Ṣūfī order), a pupil of Muḥammad b. Burhān al-Dīn al-Samarqandī, better known as Muḥammad Qāḍī (d. 922/1516), who was, in his turn, a pupil of Khvāja ʿUbaydallāh Aḥrār (d. 895/1490), the famous shaykh of the Naqshbandiyya (a widespread ṭarīqa whose eponymous…
Date: 2021-07-19