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Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (Persian: میر سید علی همدانی‎‎; 1314–1384) was a Persian Sūfī of the Kubrawiya order, a poet and a prominent Muslim scholar. He was born in Hamadan, and was buried in Khatlan Tajikistan. He was known as Shāh-e-Hamadān ("King of Hamadān"), Amīr-i Kabīr ("the Great Commander"), and Ali Sani ("second Ali").

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  • Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (Persian: میر سید علی همدانی‎‎; 1314–1384) was a Persian Sūfī of the Kubrawiya order, a poet and a prominent Muslim scholar. He was born in Hamadan, and was buried in Khatlan Tajikistan. He was known as Shāh-e-Hamadān ("King of Hamadān"), Amīr-i Kabīr ("the Great Commander"), and Ali Sani ("second Ali").
  • Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (Persian: میر سید علی همدانی‎‎; 1314–1384) was a Persian Sūfī of the Kubrawiya order, a poet and a Muslim scholar. He was born in Hamadan, and was buried in Khatlan Tajikistan. He was known as Shāh-e-Hamadān ("King of Hamadān"), Amīr-i Kabīr ("the Great Commander"), and Ali Sani ("second Ali").
  • Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (Persian: میر سید علی همدانی‎‎ 1314–1384) was a Persian Sūfī of the Kubrawiya order, a poet and a Muslim scholar. He was born in Hamadan, and was buried in Khatlan Tajikistan. He was known as Shāh-e-Hamadān ("King of Hamadān"), Amīr-i Kabīr ("the Great Commander"), and Ali Sani ("second Ali").
  • Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (Persian: میر سید علی همدانی‎; c. 1314–1384 CE) was an Iranian scholar, poet and a Sufi Muslim saint of the Kubrawiya order. He was born in Hamadan, Iran and preached Islam in Central and South Asia as he travelled to practice Sufism. He died in Khatlan, Tajikistan in 1384 CE, aged 69–70. Hamadani was also addressed honorifically throughout his life as the Shāh-e-Hamadān ("King of Hamadan"), Amīr-i Kabīr ("the Great Commander"), and Ali Sani ("second Ali").
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  • Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (Persian: میر سید علی همدانی‎‎; 1314–1384) was a Persian Sūfī of the Kubrawiya order, a poet and a prominent Muslim scholar. He was born in Hamadan, and was buried in Khatlan Tajikistan. He was known as Shāh-e-Hamadān ("King of Hamadān"), Amīr-i Kabīr ("the Great Commander"), and Ali Sani ("second Ali").
  • Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (Persian: میر سید علی همدانی‎‎; 1314–1384) was a Persian Sūfī of the Kubrawiya order, a poet and a Muslim scholar. He was born in Hamadan, and was buried in Khatlan Tajikistan. He was known as Shāh-e-Hamadān ("King of Hamadān"), Amīr-i Kabīr ("the Great Commander"), and Ali Sani ("second Ali").
  • Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (Persian: میر سید علی همدانی‎‎ 1314–1384) was a Persian Sūfī of the Kubrawiya order, a poet and a Muslim scholar. He was born in Hamadan, and was buried in Khatlan Tajikistan. He was known as Shāh-e-Hamadān ("King of Hamadān"), Amīr-i Kabīr ("the Great Commander"), and Ali Sani ("second Ali").
  • Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (Persian: میر سید علی همدانی‎; c. 1314–1384 CE) was an Iranian scholar, poet and a Sufi Muslim saint of the Kubrawiya order. He was born in Hamadan, Iran and preached Islam in Central and South Asia as he travelled to practice Sufism. He died in Khatlan, Tajikistan in 1384 CE, aged 69–70. Hamadani was also addressed honorifically throughout his life as the Shāh-e-Hamadān ("King of Hamadan"), Amīr-i Kabīr ("the Great Commander"), and Ali Sani ("second Ali").
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  • Second Ali of Kashmir
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