In 1998/1419 H. Aqa Moula Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin al-Hayy al-Muqaddas visited Dallas, TX for the iftitah of Saifee Masjid. My father, Dr. Sh. Hussamuddin (al-Marhoom), had had the sharaf of Aqa Moula al-Hayy al-Muqaddas’s utara mubarak when Aqa Moula RA had come to Dallas for ta’sees two years earlier in 1996/1417 H. In preparation for […]
The Dawoodi Bohras of Mauritius trace their roots of origin from a small port town of Gujarat in India known as Kutch Mandvi. Almost all of the Dawoodi Bohra families in Maurice, as it was known during the earlier days, have migrated in search of trade and livelihood by the blessings of the then Dai […]
As we begin the NEW YEAR with all the great expectations and enthusiasm, and fresh resolutions with long sought wishes, I would like to say: 🙂 Thanks, to those who loved me, they made my heart bigger. 🙂 Thanks, to those who were worried about me, they let me know that they actually cared. 🙂 […]
Knowledge is like water. The purest gives life and the contaminated brings death. I believe in serving the community being a part of it. My community has a history of cultural legacy. The Dawoodi Bohras are the Shiate Ismaili Fatemi Tayyebi Daudi sect of Islam. Long Live Aqamola 53rd Dai al-Mutlaq Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin (TUS) successor of His Holiness Dr Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin (RA).
Not all posts on this blog are my own words. Nor are all articles written by me. The blog is intended serve as my journal and dairy of interesting reading I have enjoyed and want to share. Some write-ups do not have the name of its author, the reason behind it is that I do not know the original source nor the author. If someone knows it they can add it to the comment box.