Hazrat Allama Arshadul Qadri (May his soul rest at peace!), a prominent Sunni Alim (scholar), was a noted personality not only in India but abroad also for his unforgettable contributions in the field of spreading the true version of Islam, taught by the Holy Prophet . . . .
 
 
 
 
 
Jamia Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia, situated in Delhi, is a unique institute, well reputed for its prominent characteristics. This institute was founded in 1989 by Allama Arshadul Qadri, who was a great scholar, well-known literary figure, and founder of many madrasas both in India and abroad. The academic session of the Jamia started on 22nd April, 1995.

This Jamia has created a new chapter in the history of the Ahl-e-Sunnah and produced a team of the Ulama who are well-equipped with the necessary talents to cope with the challenges of this modern age. They will also be supposed to play a prominent role in the promotion and propagation of Islam and Sunniyat.
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Hazrat Allama Arshadul Qadri was a far-sighted thinker, a conscious leader with a sensitive heart. He always felt the needs of the community. He describes his bitter feelings in the following words:

“This feeling, that we are losing our significance and importance in today’s world, stings my heart like a thorn. The absence of Ulama who have mastery over international languages and are able to lead the modern world is a big problem for all of us. Due to the paucity of resources, we could not establish our contacts with the Arab world despite the fact that the majority in those countries are closer to us in terms of beliefs and cultural traditions. Had we strengthened our relations with the Arab countries, it would have opened up new avenues for exchange of knowledge, thoughts and mutual cooperation. This also would have provided our Ulama with opportunities to employ their talents. But it is lamentable that we did not pay heed to such a basic need. This is no less than a warning that, in the English speaking countries of Europe, the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jam’ah have several religious centres where they need such Ulama (Imams and teachers) as have mastery over English, a good understanding of religious education and teachings and the ability to influence the modernist minds. More...