Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Habbarid Dynasty introduced Coins with Arabic Script

Habbarid Dynasty(Amirs of Sind)
‘Abd al Rahman
c. 950 AD
AR Damma
Arabic script
Arabic script
Album 1494
0.8 gms
10.4 mm
Habbarid (Amirs of Sind)
The Habbarids ruled in Sind from the 9th century to the 11th. Sind is in the north-west of the Indian sub-continent and today is part of Pakistan. It represents the greatest extent of the initial Arab expansion into the Indian sub-continent.http://www.forumancientcoins.com/historia/coins/j1/j315.htm

Arrival and Rule (856-1026 CE) of Of Habbari Arab in Sindh

Habbari dynasty ruled Sindh from 841 to 1024 C.E. Sindh was a province of Abbasid Caliphate. During the stuggle of dominance of Islamic world betwen Abassid and Fatimid Caliphate, Sindh became semi-independent under Arab ruler Aziz al-Habbari in 841 CE, though nominally remaining part of Abbasid Caliphate [1] [2] [3] The Hubbari ruled Sindh, Makran, Turan, Khuzdar and Multan from their capital city of Mansura. In 854 CE Abbasid caliph Al-Mutawakkil appointed Aziz al-Habbari governor of Sindh. Aziz al-Habbari was followed by his son Umar al-Habbari I. His son Abdullah al-Habbari succeded him and his grandson,Umar al-Habbari II was ruling when famous Arab historian Al-Masudi visited Sindh. Habbari dynasty ruled Sindh until 1024 (Khafif al-Habbari, last ruler of the Habbari dynasty).

News and Updates

Wedding of Pirzadas,
*Mazhar, Behram Shah, Mubassar Munir Shah and Muddassar Feroze Shah Insha Allah on 25th & 26th July,2009.

Silsala- E -Tarikat

Since the Piran E Pail are descendents of Hazrat Ba Ud din Zakkariyya- a disciple of Hazrat Shahab Ud Din Soharwardi,Baghdadi*, they follow Soharwardia,and from Fiqah school view point they are followers of Imam Abu Hanifah.
One of the able son of this family Late Pir Karam Shah El Azhari ,of Bhera Sharif,had been instrumental in promoting the Hanafi Fiqah through his teachings and writings.He authored volumes of Tafseer E Quran(Zia ul Quran) and Seerah Paak (way of Prohhet Mohammad PBUH)-Zia Un Nabi.
*Sheikh Shahab-ud-din Muhammad Suhrawardi son of Abu Najib, was born in Suhraward and died in Baghdad.