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Fazl-e-Haq was born into a family of Indian Muslims. (His birth year is given as 1796 by the Indian History Congress, but as 1797 by different sources.) His father was sadr-ul-sadur, the chief advisor to the Mughals regarding religious matters. He became a teacher by age 13. In 1828, he was appointed to the position of Mufti in the Department of Qaza. He had a phenomenal memory and memorized the Qur'an in a little over 4 months. He has also completed the curriculum in Arabic, Persian and religious studies by the age of thirteen.

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  • Allama Fazl-e-Haq
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  • Fazl-e-Haq was born into a family of Indian Muslims. (His birth year is given as 1796 by the Indian History Congress, but as 1797 by different sources.) His father was sadr-ul-sadur, the chief advisor to the Mughals regarding religious matters. He became a teacher by age 13. In 1828, he was appointed to the position of Mufti in the Department of Qaza. He had a phenomenal memory and memorized the Qur'an in a little over 4 months. He has also completed the curriculum in Arabic, Persian and religious studies by the age of thirteen.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 20 August 1861) was one of the main poets of the Indian Muslim Freedom fighters of 1857. He was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar, but is most remembered for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of Jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 20 August 1861) was a Indian Hanafi-Maturidi scholar, philosopher, an author, and a poet. His lineage reaches back to 'Umar ibn al-Khattab. He was one of the main poets of the Indian Muslim Freedom fighters of 1857. He is known for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of Jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 20 August 1861) was a Indian Hanafi-Maturidi scholar, philosopher, an author, and a poet. He was also a Sufi mystic connected to the Chishti Order. His lineage reaches back to 'Umar ibn al-Khattab. He was one of the main poets of the Indian Muslim Freedom fighters of 1857. He is known for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of Jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq Khairabadi (1796 – 20 August 1861) was a Indian Hanafi-Maturidi scholar, philosopher, an author, and a poet. He was also a Sufi mystic connected to the Chishti Order. His lineage reaches back to 'Umar ibn al-Khattab. He was one of the main poets of the Indian Muslim Freedom fighters of 1857. He is known for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of Jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 20 August 1861) was a poet who supported the Indian revolt of 1857. He was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar, but is most remembered for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 19 August 1861) was a poet who supported the Indian revolt of 1857. He was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar, but is most remembered for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 19 August 1861) was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar and a rationalist thinker. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 19 August 1861) was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar and a rationalist thinker. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire. in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar and a rationalist thinker. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a Maturidi theologian philosopher, an author, a poet, a Hanafi religious scholar and a rationalist thinker. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a a Hanafi jurist, Maturidi theologian philosopher and a poet. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a a Hanafi jurist, rationalist Maturidi theologian philosopher and a poet. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a Hanafi jurist, Maturidi rationalist theologian philosopher and a poet. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a Hanafi jurist, rationalist Maturidi theologian philosopher and a poet. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
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  • Fazl-e-Haq Khairabadi
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  • Fazl-e-Haq was born into a family of Indian Muslims. (His birth year is given as 1796 by the Indian History Congress, but as 1797 by different sources.) His father was sadr-ul-sadur, the chief advisor to the Mughals regarding religious matters. He became a teacher by age 13. In 1828, he was appointed to the position of Mufti in the Department of Qaza. Shortly after the Indian Rebellion of 1857 failed, he was covered by an amnesty and was arrested by the British authorities on 30 January 1859 at Khairabad for inciting violence. He was tried and found guilty of encouraging murder and role in the 'Jihad'. He had chosen to be his own counsel and defended himself. His arguments and the way he defended his case was so convincing that the presiding magistrate was writing a judgement to exonerate him, when he confessed to giving the fatwa, declaring that he could not lie. He was sentenced for life to the prison at Kalapani (Cellular Jail) on Andaman Island , and his property was confiscated by the Judicial Commissioner, Awadh Court. He reached Andaman on 8 October 1859 aboard the Steam Frigate "Fire Queen". He would remain imprisoned there until his death in 1861. Besides being a scholar of Islamic studies and theology, he was also a literary persona, especially of Urdu, Arabic and Persian literature. More than 4,00 couplets in Arabic are attributed to him. He edited the first diwan of Mirza Ghalib on his request. He had a phenomenal memory and memorized the Qur'an in a little over 4 months. He has also completed the curriculum in Arabic, Persian and religious studies by the age of thirteen. On account of his deep knowledge and erudition he was called Allama and later was venerated as a great Sufi. He was also bestowed with the title Imam hikmat and Kalaam (The imam of logic, philosophy and literature). He was considered the final authority on issuing fatwas or religious rulings. He possessed a great presence of mind and was very witty. There are many stories about his repartee with Mirza Ghalib and other contemporary eminent poets, writers and intellectuals. He and his son Abdul al-Haq Khairabadi established Madrasa Khairabad in northern India, where many scholars got educated. He wrote Risala-e-Sauratul Hindia in Arabic language, and wrote an account of the Rebellion called As-Saurat al Hindiya.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 20 August 1861) was one of the main poets of the Indian Muslim Freedom fighters of 1857. He was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar, but is most remembered for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of Jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 20 August 1861) was a Indian Hanafi-Maturidi scholar, philosopher, an author, and a poet. His lineage reaches back to 'Umar ibn al-Khattab. He was one of the main poets of the Indian Muslim Freedom fighters of 1857. He is known for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of Jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 20 August 1861) was a Indian Hanafi-Maturidi scholar, philosopher, an author, and a poet. He was also a Sufi mystic connected to the Chishti Order. His lineage reaches back to 'Umar ibn al-Khattab. He was one of the main poets of the Indian Muslim Freedom fighters of 1857. He is known for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of Jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq Khairabadi (1796 – 20 August 1861) was a Indian Hanafi-Maturidi scholar, philosopher, an author, and a poet. He was also a Sufi mystic connected to the Chishti Order. His lineage reaches back to 'Umar ibn al-Khattab. He was one of the main poets of the Indian Muslim Freedom fighters of 1857. He is known for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of Jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 20 August 1861) was a poet who supported the Indian revolt of 1857. He was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar, but is most remembered for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 19 August 1861) was a poet who supported the Indian revolt of 1857. He was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar, but is most remembered for issuing a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 19 August 1861) was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar and a rationalist thinker. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (1796 – 19 August 1861) was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar and a rationalist thinker. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire. in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a philosopher, an author, a poet, a religious scholar and a rationalist thinker. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a Maturidi theologian philosopher, an author, a poet, a Hanafi religious scholar and a rationalist thinker. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a a Hanafi jurist, Maturidi theologian philosopher and a poet. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a a Hanafi jurist, rationalist Maturidi theologian philosopher and a poet. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a Hanafi jurist, Maturidi rationalist theologian philosopher and a poet. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
  • Fazl-e-Haq (7 April 1796 – 19 August 1861) was a Hanafi jurist, rationalist Maturidi theologian philosopher and a poet. He issued a fatwa of armed fighting in favor of jihad against the British empire in 1857.
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