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Allamah Sayyid Badiuddin Shah Rashdi

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Sayyid Badiuddin Shah Al-Rashdi
سید بدیع الدین شاہ راشدی
A banner photo captured at the Al Rashidiyah Library in Sindh, Pakistan.
TitleSheikh Al-Arab wa-al-Ajam
Personal
Born(1926-05-16)May 16, 1926
DiedJanuary 8, 1996(1996-01-08) (aged 69)
ReligionIslam
NationalityPakistani, Sindhi
Parents
EthnicityAl-Husayni
JurisprudenceZahiri[1][2]
Relatives(Brothers) Allamah Sayyid Muhibullah Shah Rashdi Pir Sayyid Muhiyuddin aka Aijaz Shah Rashdi)
Senior posting
Influenced
  • Muhammad Nasir al-Din Al-Albani, Abd al-Aziz Ibn Baz, Sheikh Muqbil bin Hadi al-Wadi'i, Sheikh Rabee al-Madkhali, Sheikh Wasi Allah Abbas, Sheikh Omar bin Muhammad Al-Sabil, Sheikh Ali Amer Al-Yamani,Ehsan Elahi Zaheer, Sajid Mir, Sheikh Hamdi Abdul Majidi Al-Salafi,

Sayyid Badiuddin Shah Rashdi (Arabic : السيد بديع الدين شاه الراشدي (Urdu : سید بدیع الدین شاہ راشدی (Sindhi : سيد بديع الدين شاهه راشدي) (Born: May 16, 1926 1344 AH - January 8, 1996 - 1416 AH) also known as Sheikh Al-Arab wa-al-Ajam, was the founder and first Ameer of Jamiat Ahle Hadith Sindh, and also served as the Ameer of Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadith Pakistan in 1987,[3] He taught in the Grand Mosque of Makkah and Madinah, Islamic scholar from Sindh, associated with the Ahl al-Hadith School of thought, authored 108 books in Arabic, Sindhi Urdu, known for his expertise in hadith, jurisprudence, and Quranic interpretation. [4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]

Early life and education[change | change source]

Badi' ud-Din Shah al-Rashidi, born on May 16, 1926 (1344 AH - 1416 AH) in Gowth Fazalullah Shah Pir Jhando, Sindh, Pakistan, was the younger son of Sayyid Ihsanullah Shah Rashdi. He began his religious education at "Darul Rashad" Madirsah, where he memorized the Quran in three months. Guided by his father, he further studied Hadith, Tafsir, and Fiqh[12][13][14]

His notable teachers were Sanaullah Amritsari, his elder brother Sheikh Muhibullah Shah Al-Rashidi, Abu Muhammad Abdul Haq bin Abdul Wahed bin Muhammad bin Hashim Al-Hashimi, Sheikh Muhammad Khalil bin Muhammad Salim Al-Khairbouri, Sheikh Amin Muhammad Al-Kashi, Sheikh Bahaa al-Din Khan Jalalabadi, Sheikh Muhammad Ismail Al-Bint Gharbi, Sheikh Muhammad Shafee Al-Mankio Al-Sakarandi, Sheikh Abdul Karim Al-Nawab Shahi, and Sheikh Abdullah Al-Kahdari.[6]

Students[change | change source]

Shaykh Badiuddin was a respected Islamic scholar who taught students from different countries. Some of his notable students were Sheikh Ali Amer Al-Yamani, Sheikh Omar bin Muhammad Al-Sabil, Sheikh Abdul Qadir bin Habibullah Al-Sindi, Sheikh Abdul Rab Faizullah from Pakistan, Sheikh Hamdi Abdul Majidi Al-Salafi, investigator Bashar Awad, Sheikh Wasi Allah Abbas, Sheikh Rabee al-Madkhali, and Sheikh Muqbil bin Hadi al-Wadi'i.[6][15]

Death[change | change source]

Badi ud-Din Shah Rashdi died on January 8, 1996, in Karachi, and was buried in his ancestral village, Dargah Sharif Pir Jhando (Saeedabad).

References[change | change source]

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  3. "مقالات | مجلد 1 | صفحة 179 | سیدنا و سندنا الشیخ بدیع الدین الشاہ الراشدی رحمہ اللہ | رسائل و جرائ" – via ketabonline.com.
  4. "شیخ العرب والعجم سید ابومحمد بدیع الدین شاہ راشدی رحمہ اللہ – jamiatsindhجمعیت سندھ". jamiatsindh.org.
  5. حامد, الیاس (September 20, 2023). "سید بدیع الدین شاہ راشدی رحمہ اللہ کا تبحر علمی". alulama.org.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 "البوابة الالكترونية الأولى لعلماء مكة المكرمة | صفحة العالم". makkahscholars.org. Archived from the original on 2024-01-06. Retrieved 2023-12-27.
  7. اللہ, الشیخ محمد ارشد کمال حفظہ (September 27, 2021). "مختصر تعارف سید بدیع الدین شاہ الراشدی رحمہ اللہ".
  8. مختصر سیرت شیخ بدیع الدین شاہ راشدی رحمہ اللہ – via www.asliahlesunnet.com.
  9. "برصغیر میں اہل حدیث کی اولیات | مجلد 1 | صفحة 48 | قرآن مجیدکے تراجم وتفاسیر | بنگلہ زبان میں تراج" – via ketabonline.com.
  10. "Badi' ad-Din Sindhi ar-Rashidi". islamiclectures.us.
  11. "علامہ سیّد بدیع الدین شاہ راشدی رحمہ اللہ - مجلہ اسوہ حسنہ". November 4, 2018.
  12. "سید بدیع الدین شاہ راشدی". kitabosunnat.com.
  13. "برصغیر میں اہل حدیث کی اولیات - صفحہ 48". shamilaurdu.com. January 15, 2020.
  14. "ترجمة العلامة السيد بديع الدين الراشدي السندي". محدث فورم [Mohaddis Forum]. October 6, 2012.
  15. "The Late Scholar and Muhaddith- Shaikh Badiuddeen Shah ar-Rashidi as-Sindee (rahimahullaah)". Salaficentre.com. September 11, 2015.