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His Eminence Maulana Muhammad Abdul Aleem Siqqidi Al-Qadri (R.A) (1892-1954)

al Qadiri


Maulana Shah Muhammad Abdul Aleem Siddique was born in the month of Ramadhan, on 3 April 1892 (15 Ramadhan 1310), in Meerut, India and was raised in a family that was pious and devout. He is a descendant of Sayyidina Abu Bakar As-Siddique, the first caliph of Islam. From youth, his father, Muhammad Abdul Hakim and his mother were a source of guidance and education in the teachings of Islam.

He was an exceptionally intelligent child and possessed an intellectual capacity beyond his years. He committed the Qur'an to his memory when he was only 4 years old. He also had a remarkable oratory skill and at the age of 9, he delivered his first public speech at the Jamma Mosque of Meerut, mesmerising the audience.

He had a love and thirst for knowledge. At the age of 16, he graduated with a Degree and distinctions in Islamic Theology. He then pursued non-theological studies in modern sciences and Law. He also acquired advanced knowledge in Qur'anic science, Hadith, Sufism (Tassawuf) and Islamic jurisprudence of the four main madhhab. His teachers include Shaykh Ahmad al-Shams of Morocco, Shaykh Al-Sennousi of Libya, Maulana Abdul Bari of Farangi Mahal and Maulana Ahmad Mukhtar Siddique (his brother). He achieved great Islamic theological and spiritual development under the guidance of Maulana Ahmed Raza Khan, a revered Islamic scholar.

Maulana Abdul Aleem Siddiqui travelled continuously for 40 years to all parts of the globe seeking to spread his concepts of spiritual reform and enlightenment to a major part of the world. He visited the Hejaz, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, Ceylon, China, Japan, Philippines, Mauritius, Madagascar, South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Belgium, Egypt, Syria, Palestine, Jordan, Iraq, France, England, West Indies, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, Suriname, United States of America and Canada.

He was a great Sufi, writer, poet, orator and scholar of Islam and modern sciences, and was known for his spiritual guidance and promulgation of the message of hope and peace. His contribution to literary and academic discourses was also significant. In 1935, in Mombassa (Kenya), Maulana Abdul Aleem Siddique met with European intellectual, Sir George Bernard Shaw, and they enjoyed a exchange of thoughts in which Shaw called Maulana Abdul Aleem Siddique “a learned sage”. He delivered hundreds of lectures and wrote several Islamic books and poetry in Urdu and English. He spoke Arabic, Urdu, Persian, English, French, Indonesian, Malaysian and Japanese languages fluently.


The Late Maulana
Shah Ahmad Noorani Siddiqi (R.A) al-Qadiri
The son of Shaykh Maulana Shah
Muhammad Abdul Aleem Siddiqi (R.A)

In August 15, 1965 Maulana Shah Ahmad Noorani Siddiqui, celebrated a wedding in Jummah Mosque Port-Louis Mauritius.

Sufi Shaykh Maulana Shah Muhammad Abdul Aleem Siddiqi (R.A) al Qadiri next to his son, Maulana Shah Ahmad Noorani Siddiqi (R.A) al-Qadiri. RehamuAllah.


Awliya Allah from Mauritius


Sayed Peer Jahoor Shah Qadiri (R.A)

( From Mauritius )


Hazrat Peer Jamal Shah (R.A)(Mauritius)


"May Allah peace and blessings be upon them"