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Syed Mir Abdullah Shirazi (Bengali: সৈয়দ মীর আব্দুল্লাহ শিরাজী, Persian: سید میر عبد الله شیرازی‎), was a Faujdar of Mughal Bengal's Sylhet Sarkar during the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb and governorship of Subahdar Azim-ush-Shan. He was the successor of Ahmad Majid. The name Shirazi suggests that he is a Persian and originates from the Iranian city of Shiraz. He may also have been a relative of Lutfullah Shirazi, who was the Faujdar of Sylhet in 1663. In 1699 (1110 Hijri), Abdullah built a large domed mosque in Shah Jalal's dargah complex towards the south. The ruins of this mosque can be seen, located just east of the dargah pond. A Persian inscription was found near the ruins detailing the mosque's construction and mentions Shirazi's background. An inscription next to a mosque situated n

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  • Syed Mir Abdullah Shirazi (Bengali: সৈয়দ মীর আব্দুল্লাহ শিরাজী, Persian: سید میر عبد الله شیرازی‎), was a Faujdar of Mughal Bengal's Sylhet Sarkar during the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb and governorship of Subahdar Azim-ush-Shan. He was the successor of Ahmad Majid. The name Shirazi suggests that he is a Persian and originates from the Iranian city of Shiraz. He may also have been a relative of Lutfullah Shirazi, who was the Faujdar of Sylhet in 1663. In 1699 (1110 Hijri), Abdullah built a large domed mosque in Shah Jalal's dargah complex towards the south. The ruins of this mosque can be seen, located just east of the dargah pond. A Persian inscription was found near the ruins detailing the mosque's construction and mentions Shirazi's background. An inscription next to a mosque situated next to the dargah of Shah Paran states that it was built by a certain Abdullah and Syed Murtaza Ali states that it is possible that they are both the same person. He was succeeded by Karguzar Khan. * The pond in the dargah complex of Shah Jalal in Sylhet. * A mosque rebuilt more recently next to the dargah of Shah Paran. (en)
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  • Syed Mir Abdullah Shirazi (Bengali: সৈয়দ মীর আব্দুল্লাহ শিরাজী, Persian: سید میر عبد الله شیرازی‎), was a Faujdar of Mughal Bengal's Sylhet Sarkar during the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb and governorship of Subahdar Azim-ush-Shan. He was the successor of Ahmad Majid. The name Shirazi suggests that he is a Persian and originates from the Iranian city of Shiraz. He may also have been a relative of Lutfullah Shirazi, who was the Faujdar of Sylhet in 1663. In 1699 (1110 Hijri), Abdullah built a large domed mosque in Shah Jalal's dargah complex towards the south. The ruins of this mosque can be seen, located just east of the dargah pond. A Persian inscription was found near the ruins detailing the mosque's construction and mentions Shirazi's background. An inscription next to a mosque situated n (en)
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