Shah Syed Mohammed Asrarullah Hussaini Al Maroof Syed Mohammed Imam Ali Shah Naqshbandi, Quadri, Chisthi, Hanafi Al Baghdadi, popularly known as Imam Ali Shah (1856 - 1920) was a sufi saint of his time, who migrated from Damascus, Syria to Berar Province now in Maharashtra, India, and then to Hyderabad Deccan at the age of 18. He was a descendant of the Islamic prophet Mohammed. He laid the foundation and constructed Masjid-e-Baghdadi also known as Tek-ki-Masjid which stands still in Nampally, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. His dargah or shrine is attached to the same Masjid.

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  • Shah Syed Mohammed Asrarullah Hussaini Al Maroof Syed Mohammed Imam Ali Shah Naqshbandi, Quadri, Chisthi, Hanafi Al Baghdadi, popularly known as Imam Ali Shah (1856 - 1920) was a sufi saint of his time, who migrated from Damascus, Syria to Berar Province now in Maharashtra, India, and then to Hyderabad Deccan at the age of 18. He was a descendant of the Islamic prophet Mohammed. He laid the foundation and constructed Masjid-e-Baghdadi also known as Tek-ki-Masjid which stands still in Nampally, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. His dargah or shrine is attached to the same Masjid. The Annual Urs takes place on 4th Jumada al-thani every year of the Islamic calendar. It is an Andhra Pradesh State Wakf Board Registered Dargah. A saint from his time is Imam Ahmed Raza Khan of Bareilly, India. 2018 Urs E Shareef (en)
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  • Shah Syed Mohammed Asrarullah Hussaini Al Maroof Syed Mohammed Imam Ali Shah Naqshbandi, Quadri, Chisthi, Hanafi Al Baghdadi, popularly known as Imam Ali Shah (1856 - 1920) was a sufi saint of his time, who migrated from Damascus, Syria to Berar Province now in Maharashtra, India, and then to Hyderabad Deccan at the age of 18. He was a descendant of the Islamic prophet Mohammed. He laid the foundation and constructed Masjid-e-Baghdadi also known as Tek-ki-Masjid which stands still in Nampally, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. His dargah or shrine is attached to the same Masjid. (en)
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