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Siddiq Hasan Khan (14 October 1832 – 26 May 1890) was a both celebrated and controversial leader of the South Asian Muslim community in the 19th-century, when it was under British colonial occupation and is often considered to be the most important Muslim scholar of the Bhopal State. He is largely credited alongside Syed Nazeer Husain with founding the reformist Ahl-i Hadith movement, which became the dominant strain of Sunni Islam throughout the immediate region.

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  • Siddiq Hasan Khan (14 October 1832 – 26 May 1890) was a both celebrated and controversial leader of the South Asian Muslim community in the 19th-century, when it was under British colonial occupation and is often considered to be the most important Muslim scholar of the Bhopal State. He is largely credited alongside Syed Nazeer Husain with founding the reformist Ahl-i Hadith movement, which became the dominant strain of Sunni Islam throughout the immediate region.
  • Siddiq Hasan Khan (14 October 1832 – 26 May 1890) was a both celebrated and controversial leader of India's Muslim community in the 19th century, often considered to be the most important Muslim scholar of the Bhopal State. He is largely credited alongside Syed Nazeer Husain with founding the reformist Ahl-i Hadith movement, which became the dominant strain of Sunni Islam throughout the immediate region.
  • Siddiq Hasan Khan (14 October 1832 – 26 May 1890) was a both celebrated and controversial leader of India's Muslim community in the 19th century, often considered to be the most important Muslim scholar of the Bhopal State. He is largely credited alongside Syed Nazeer Husain with founding the revivalist Ahl-i Hadith movement, which became the dominant strain of Sunni Islam throughout the immediate region.
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  • Siddiq Hasan Khan (14 October 1832 – 26 May 1890) was a both celebrated and controversial leader of the South Asian Muslim community in the 19th-century, when it was under British colonial occupation and is often considered to be the most important Muslim scholar of the Bhopal State. He is largely credited alongside Syed Nazeer Husain with founding the reformist Ahl-i Hadith movement, which became the dominant strain of Sunni Islam throughout the immediate region. Khan's controversial nature has led to contrasting assessments of his personality, having been described by contrasting sources as a radical fundamentalist, an underhanded and scheming politician and one of the first heroes of the Indian independence movement.
  • Siddiq Hasan Khan (14 October 1832 – 26 May 1890) was a both celebrated and controversial leader of India's Muslim community in the 19th century, often considered to be the most important Muslim scholar of the Bhopal State. He is largely credited alongside Syed Nazeer Husain with founding the reformist Ahl-i Hadith movement, which became the dominant strain of Sunni Islam throughout the immediate region. Khan's controversial nature has led to contrasting assessments of his personality, having been described by contrasting sources as a radical fundamentalist, an underhanded and scheming politician and one of the first heroes of the Indian independence movement.
  • Siddiq Hasan Khan (14 October 1832 – 26 May 1890) was a both celebrated and controversial leader of India's Muslim community in the 19th century, often considered to be the most important Muslim scholar of the Bhopal State. He is largely credited alongside Syed Nazeer Husain with founding the revivalist Ahl-i Hadith movement, which became the dominant strain of Sunni Islam throughout the immediate region. Khan's controversial nature has led to contrasting assessments of his personality, having been described by contrasting sources as a radical fundamentalist, an underhanded and scheming politician and one of the first heroes of the Indian independence movement.
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