Gulamur Rahman (1865–1937), known with his honorifics as Gausul Azam Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari, and affectionately as Baba Bhandari (বাবা ভান্ডারী), was a Sufi saint from Bangladesh who succeeded his uncle Syed Ahmad Ullah as head of the Maizbhandari Sufi Order, the first such Sufi order in Bangladesh.

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  • Gulamur Rahman (1865–1937), known with his honorifics as Gausul Azam Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari, and affectionately as Baba Bhandari (বাবা ভান্ডারী), was a Sufi saint from Bangladesh who succeeded his uncle Syed Ahmad Ullah as head of the Maizbhandari Sufi Order, the first such Sufi order in Bangladesh. (en)
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  • Gulamur Rahman (en)
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  • 1865-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Gulamur Rahman (en)
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  • Maizbhandar, Fatickchari, Chittagong, Bangladesh (en)
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  • Maizbhandar, Fatickchari, Chittagong, Bangladesh (en)
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  • Abdul Karim (en)
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  • Leadership of the Maizbhandari Sufi Order (en)
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  • Musharaf Jaan (en)
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  • Ghasul Azam Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari (en)
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  • Shrine of Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari, Chittagong, Bangladesh (en)
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  • Gulamur Rahman (1865–1937), known with his honorifics as Gausul Azam Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari, and affectionately as Baba Bhandari (বাবা ভান্ডারী), was a Sufi saint from Bangladesh who succeeded his uncle Syed Ahmad Ullah as head of the Maizbhandari Sufi Order, the first such Sufi order in Bangladesh. (en)
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  • Gulamur Rahman (en)
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  • Ghasul Azam Syed Gulamur Rahman Maizbhandari (en)
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