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HADHRAT MAULANA SYED HUSSAIN AHMED MADANI

   Hadhrat Madani's homeland is village Allahdadpur Tanda in Faizabad district. He was born on 19th Shawwal 1296/1879, in village Bangarmau, district Unnao, where "his august father, Syed Habibullah, was a head master. His family had come to India nineteen generations ago; by reason of its learning, and piety this family of Syeds has always possessed a particular glory and had been a large fief-holder during the monarchical period.

   After having acquired early education in the primary school, he at the age of twelve years, on 2nd Jamadius sani, 1309/1891, came to Deoband and took admission in the first standard to read Mizanus Sarf. Here Hadhrat Shaikhul Hind taught and trained him with special affection and favor. After completing the syllabus of Darul Uloom and having passed seven years in its academic milieu; when he went to his native place, his august father, yearning to migrate to the Prophet's City (Madina), had already packed up his kit. So he also started with his parents. Before his departure to Hejaz he had already vowed allegiance to Hadhrat Gangohi. In the holy Mecca, as per his spiritual director's instruction, he derived spiritual graces for some time from Hadhrat Haji Imdadullah Mahajir-e Makki, and thereafter settled down in the illuminated Madina with, his father. Although he had not intended migration (hijrat) from India, he did not approve of coming back, leaving parental affection, as long as his august father was alive.

   During his stay in Madina, for nearly ten years, trusting in Allah, despite penury and straitened circumstances, he rendered the service of teaching Hadith in the Prophet's Mosque. Generally he used to be occupied in teaching daily for 12 hours on an end. Different batches would come one after another and benefit from his academic benefac­tion. His lecturing on Hadith was much more popular and appreciated than that of other professors of Hadith in Madina, and its fame had attracted around him a very large number of students from different Islamic countries. The reason for such powerful attraction toward and general popularity of an Indian religious divine in the holy land of Hejaz especially in the Prophet's Mosque should be attributed to that peculiarity of the method of teaching that he had imbibed and inherited from the teachers of Darul Uloom.

    During the period of his stay in the illuminated Madina he came to India several times and obtained the robe of khilafat from Hadhrat Gangohi. In 1329/1915, for nearly one year, he stayed in Deoband and rendered teaching service. In 1333/1915, when Shaikhul Hind went to Hejaz, he preferred to stay with him only, and through him met Anwar Pasha, the Turkish Minister of War, and Jamal Pasha, and presented before them his revolutionary scheme. When the Arabs revolted against the Turks and Sharif Hussain arrested Shaikhul Hind and made him over to the English, Maulana Madani was also among the Shaikhul Hind's companions. As such, he too had to live as a war prisoner at Malta for three and a quarter years. When, in 1338/1920, they were released from detention at Malta, Maulana Madani also came to India along with the Shaikhul Hind. This time of returning from Malta synchronized with the period of the beginning of the Khilafat Movement. Reaching India, he under the Shaikhul Hind's leadership, joined politics. His crusader like temerarious sacrifices in this period had filled the Muslims hearts with his glory and love. On the Shaikhul Hind's demise he was unanimously acknowledged to be his successor. Due to participation and engrossment in political affairs he had to live several times and for long periods in jail, where he had to bear reason­ ravishing tribulations and agonies for the freedom of the country.

   In 1346/1927, when Maulana Syed Anwar Shah Kashmiri resigned from Darul Uloom, there was no such personality among the group of Darul Uloom, save Maulana Madani, who could fill that momentous vacancy be seemingly. Hence the elders choice fell on him, and during his principal ship the strength of the students increased more than twofold, exceeding even threefold in the Hadith Course. From A. H. 1346 to A. H. 1377, in the course of 32 years of his principal ship, 4,483 students graduated in the Hadith Course, whereas, prior to Hadhrat Maulana Madani's principal ship the number of these noble graduates was only 2,751.

   In respect of comprehensiveness, his teaching of Hadith was considered typically singular in the world of Islam; as such its glory, fame and lure continued to be conducive in increasing the number of students from year to year. The circle of his students in the subject of the Prophetic Hadith is very vast, and there is no corner in the subcontinent where his disciples may not be present. Even as today, in the world of Islam, Darul Uloom bears the mark of distinction in the teaching of the prophetic sciences, his academic benefaction too bears a special distinctness.

   Maulana Madani's daily practices and preoccupations were as under: ­

    Tahajjud prayer, Zikr (remembrance) and daily offices etc. in the last, phase of the night till the Fajr prayer. After the Fajr prayer, reading of the Holy Quran and of other books for nearly an hour; thereafter, tea and breakfast in the male parlor; then the teaching of the Sahih-e Bukhari and Tirmizi Sharif till nearly 12-00 noon. After lunch and Zuhar prayer, he would go through the mails, write replies to letters and talk with the guests. After Asar prayer till Maghrib there would be again lessons on the Sahih-e Bukhri. It was a daily stint to recite at least one para (1/30 part of the Quran) of the Holy Quran in the supererogatory prayers of Maghrib, after which there would be dinner and then, after the Isha prayer also, there would be often resumed the teaching of the Bukhari Sharif which would continue till midnight.

   His dinner cloth was very broad at which at least ten to fifteen guests would always be commonly present.

   During his journey to Madras in Muharram, 1377/1957 he had a heart attack. On his coming back to Deoband the doctors diagnosed it to be dilation of heart. Treatment by local and outside doctors continued for some time but there was no improvement. Then the Unani treatment was started whereby some relief was felt. On 10th and 11th Jamadil Ula (3rd and 4th December) his disposition was quite calm, and on 12th Jamadil Ula (5th December) he became quite cheerful; he took his lunch after several days and lay down for a siesta. At 3-00 when it was wished to waken him up for the Zuhar prayer it was found that Maulana Madani had gone to glory in sleep. The bier was brought to the Darul Hadith at 9-00 p.m. Hadhrat Maulana Muhammad Zakariya, Shaikhul Hadith of Mazahirul Uloom Saharanpur, led the funeral service and between the night of 12th Jamadil Ula, A. H. 1377 (5th 6th December 1957), this treasure of knowledge and gnosis that great savant who had kept the candle of prophetic Hadith lighted in Darul Uloom for 32 years and gleaning from whose harvest of learning and accomplishments the students of prophetic knowledge had always felt pride - was laid to rest in dust.

   For detailed particulars about Hadhrat Maulana Madani one may refer to his own autobiography entitled Naqsh-e Hayat as well as to the Shaikhul lslam Number of AI-Jami'at, and Anfas-e Qudsiya by Mufti Azizur Rahman Bijnori.

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