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Ayub Ali Master (Bengali: আইয়ুব আলী মাস্টার; died 1980), was an early British Bangladeshi social reformer, politician and entrepreneur. He is notable for pioneering social welfare work for many early British Asians. He established a boardinghouse known as "Number 13" in his home which provided many facilities for British Asians. He is one of the earliest of Sylhetis to arrive in the United Kingdom, now hosting one of the largest Bangladeshi diaspora communities outside of Bangladesh and due to this, he was amongst the famous household names in the Sylhet region during his time referred to as the brave jahazis (sailors). His family is also notable as entrepreneurs and businessmen.

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  • Ayub Ali Master (Bengali: আইয়ুব আলী মাস্টার; died 1980), was an early British Bangladeshi social reformer, politician and entrepreneur. He is notable for pioneering social welfare work for many early British Asians. He established a boardinghouse known as "Number 13" in his home which provided many facilities for British Asians. He is one of the earliest of Sylhetis to arrive in the United Kingdom, now hosting one of the largest Bangladeshi diaspora communities outside of Bangladesh and due to this, he was amongst the famous household names in the Sylhet region during his time referred to as the brave jahazis (sailors). His family is also notable as entrepreneurs and businessmen. (en)
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  • Achol, Jagannathpur, Sylhet District, North-East Frontier, British Raj (en)
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  • India League (en)
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  • Asiful Haque , Ahbab Husain & Rezia Husain (en)
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  • United Kingdom (en)
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  • 1980-04-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Hason-Fatehpur, Jagannathpur Upazila, Sunamganj District, Bangladesh (en)
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  • Husain family (en)
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  • Abu Ayub Ali (en)
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  • Master (en)
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  • One of the early founders of the British Bangladeshi community (en)
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  • Umm Ayub Ali (en)
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  • Ayub Ali (en)
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  • আইয়ুব আলী মাস্টার (en)
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  • Businessman, social worker, treasurer, politician (en)
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  • Indian Seamen's Welfare League (en)
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  • Syeda Sameena Naaz , Zaki Syed kaiser Husein , Saadi Al-Sayed Hussain , MD Nazmul Husain , Jebu Nessa , Badrun Nessa & MD Makbul Husain , Ashok Ali (en)
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  • Ayub Ali Master (Bengali: আইয়ুব আলী মাস্টার; died 1980), was an early British Bangladeshi social reformer, politician and entrepreneur. He is notable for pioneering social welfare work for many early British Asians. He established a boardinghouse known as "Number 13" in his home which provided many facilities for British Asians. He is one of the earliest of Sylhetis to arrive in the United Kingdom, now hosting one of the largest Bangladeshi diaspora communities outside of Bangladesh and due to this, he was amongst the famous household names in the Sylhet region during his time referred to as the brave jahazis (sailors). His family is also notable as entrepreneurs and businessmen. (en)
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