Sir Syed Sani Syed Ali Shah Bukhari (Urdu: سید علی شاہ بُخاری‎) (born 30 November 1914 – 30 March 1979) commonly known as Ali Shah, Molvi Saeeb, Sir Syed Kashmir, Chirag-i-Beerwah, or Musleh-Millat, was a 20th-century Kashmiri Muslim pragmatist, Islamic modernist, philosopher, Islamic jurist, social activist and educator in the Budgam district of India administered by Jammu and Kashmir. He founded Anjuman Mazhar Ul Haq in 1951 and Mazhar Ul Haq High School Beerwah in 1934. He also reconstructed and expanded the Grand Jamia Masjid Beerwah. He was the khateeb (Orator), Imam and Mirwaiz of the Grand Jamia Masjid Beerwah whose foundation stone was laid by his elder brother, Syed Syeed Shah Bukhari, in 1928. Syed Shah Bukhari was the Imam/Mirwaiz of historical Jamia Masjid, Srinagar after Mirwa

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  • Sir Syed Sani Syed Ali Shah Bukhari (Urdu: سید علی شاہ بُخاری‎) (born 30 November 1914 – 30 March 1979) commonly known as Ali Shah, Molvi Saeeb, Sir Syed Kashmir, Chirag-i-Beerwah, or Musleh-Millat, was a 20th-century Kashmiri Muslim pragmatist, Islamic modernist, philosopher, Islamic jurist, social activist and educator in the Budgam district of India administered by Jammu and Kashmir. He founded Anjuman Mazhar Ul Haq in 1951 and Mazhar Ul Haq High School Beerwah in 1934. He also reconstructed and expanded the Grand Jamia Masjid Beerwah. He was the khateeb (Orator), Imam and Mirwaiz of the Grand Jamia Masjid Beerwah whose foundation stone was laid by his elder brother, Syed Syeed Shah Bukhari, in 1928. Syed Shah Bukhari was the Imam/Mirwaiz of historical Jamia Masjid, Srinagar after Mirwaiz Yousef Sahib till he left the Kashmir Valley. He is known as an early pioneer who recognized the critical role of education in the empowerment of the poor and disenfranchised in the Muslim community. In more than one way, Bukhari was one of the greatest social reformers and a great national builder of Jammu and Kashmir, particularly Allaqa Beerwah, which forms a major part of central and north Kashmir. He commanded great respect from both Hindus and Muslims for his progressive views and dedication towards the cause of education. (en)
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  • Sir Syed Sani Syed Ali Shah Bukhari (Urdu: سید علی شاہ بُخاری‎) (born 30 November 1914 – 30 March 1979) commonly known as Ali Shah, Molvi Saeeb, Sir Syed Kashmir, Chirag-i-Beerwah, or Musleh-Millat, was a 20th-century Kashmiri Muslim pragmatist, Islamic modernist, philosopher, Islamic jurist, social activist and educator in the Budgam district of India administered by Jammu and Kashmir. He founded Anjuman Mazhar Ul Haq in 1951 and Mazhar Ul Haq High School Beerwah in 1934. He also reconstructed and expanded the Grand Jamia Masjid Beerwah. He was the khateeb (Orator), Imam and Mirwaiz of the Grand Jamia Masjid Beerwah whose foundation stone was laid by his elder brother, Syed Syeed Shah Bukhari, in 1928. Syed Shah Bukhari was the Imam/Mirwaiz of historical Jamia Masjid, Srinagar after Mirwa (en)
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