PIR OF BHERA

Timeline History of Bhera Sharif

The foundation of the Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghausia was laid in 1925 by Ghazi-e-Islam Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah Sahib at a time when Muslims were facing severe circumstances in the subcontinent. This Islamic institute was established with the goal of producing scholars and leaders who are imbued with Islamic teachings to provide practical solutions and fulfil the current social, political, economic, and technological needs of the Muslim

Pir Muhammad Amir Shah

Pir Muhammad Amir Shah, born in 1837, founded Bhera Sharif’s spiritual centre. He embodied piety and devotion, with a remarkable life marked by fasting and worship. Pir Amir Shah had a heart for the destitute, actively caring for travellers and keeping the doors of the public kitchen open.

His love for children, knowledge, piety, hard work, and regular prayers was complemented by his humble and sincere demeanour, embodying the Prophetic virtue of mercy. His journey included spiritual connections and transformative guidance, inspiring devoutness.

After 45 years of spiritual leadership, he passed away in December 1927. His Urs is held annually in Bhera Sharif, honouring his enduring spiritual legacy

Pir Muhammad Shah

Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah Sahib, the Ghazi of Islam, was born in 1890 in Bhera Sharif. His life was marked by deep devotion, including fasting and extensive prayers. He inherited his spiritual leadership role and contributed significantly to education. He also served Pakistan militarily.

He established a madrasah dedicated to teaching the Quran, ensuring that every Muslim completed the Quran at least once. This initiative provided thousands of Muslims the blessed opportunity to become Hafiz of the Quran, benefitting the entire community.

He passed away in 1957, with an annual Urs celebration in his honour held on the night between the 3rd and 4th of Shawwal.

Pir Muhammad Karam Shah Al-Azhar

Justice Pir Muhammad Karam Shah Al-Azhari, born in 1918 in Bhera Sharif, dedicated his life to serving Islam and revolutionised Islamic education. He combined classical and modern knowledge, introducing secular subjects at Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia in 1957.

His prolific writings include a five-volume Qur’an commentary and a seven-volume biography of Prophet Muhammad. As a judge, he documented legal verdicts and founded ‘Zia-e-Haram’ magazine. He delivered speeches on global affairs and provided spiritual guidance. His enduring legacy is celebrated annually during the Urs in Bhera Sharif.

Pir Muhammad Amin- -Ul Hasnat Shah

Pir Muhammad Amin-ul-Hasnat Shah Sahib, a dedicated scholar and leader, began his educational journey at a young age, excelling in both traditional and modern studies. His active participation in movements promoting the finality of the Prophethood showcased his commitment to truth.

Despite his political engagement, he remained deeply connected to education and spirituality, overseeing the expansion of numerous branches associated with Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia, which he transformed into Al-Karam International Institute Bhera.

PIR Muhammad Naeemuddin Shah

Hailing from Bhera Sharif, Pakistan, a prominent figure with a rich family heritage in the Sunni movement and the Chishtiyya Sufi order. His life is characterised by a blend of spiritual devotion, academic excellence, and community service.

From his early years marked by a sacred legacy, he pursued education both in Pakistan and the UK, excelling in Islamic studies and law.

In 2022, he assumed spiritual leadership responsibilities and is dedicated to preserving his lineage’s traditions. He also advises at Al-Karam International University, aiming to bridge Sharia and modern sciences.

His life serves as an inspiration, guiding future generations in their pursuit of devotion, scholarship, and societal betterment.

Pir Muhammad Amir Shah

Pir Muhammad Amir Shah, born in 1837, founded Bhera Sharif’s spiritual centre. He embodied piety and devotion, with a remarkable life marked by fasting and worship. Pir Amir Shah had a heart for the destitute, actively caring for travellers and keeping the doors of the public kitchen open.

His love for children, knowledge, piety, hard work, and regular prayers was complemented by his humble and sincere demeanour, embodying the Prophetic virtue of mercy. His journey included spiritual connections and transformative guidance, inspiring devoutness.

After 45 years of spiritual leadership, he passed away in December 1927. His Urs is held annually in Bhera Sharif, honouring his enduring spiritual legacy

Pir Muhammad Amir Shah

Pir Muhammad Amir Shah, born in 1837, founded Bhera Sharif’s spiritual centre. He embodied piety and devotion, with a remarkable life marked by fasting and worship. Pir Amir Shah had a heart for the destitute, actively caring for travellers and keeping the doors of the public kitchen open.

His love for children, knowledge, piety, hard work, and regular prayers was complemented by his humble and sincere demeanour, embodying the Prophetic virtue of mercy. His journey included spiritual connections and transformative guidance, inspiring devoutness.

After 45 years of spiritual leadership, he passed away in December 1927. His Urs is held annually in Bhera Sharif, honouring his enduring spiritual legacy

Pir Muhammad Shah

Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah Sahib, the Ghazi of Islam, was born in 1890 in Bhera Sharif. His life was marked by deep devotion, including fasting and extensive prayers. He inherited his spiritual leadership role and contributed significantly to education. He also served Pakistan militarily.

He established a madrasah dedicated to teaching the Quran, ensuring that every Muslim completed the Quran at least once. This initiative provided thousands of Muslims the blessed opportunity to become Hafiz of the Quran, benefitting the entire community.

He passed away in 1957, with an annual Urs celebration in his honour held on the night between the 3rd and 4th of Shawwal.

Pir Muhammad Shah

Hazrat Pir Muhammad Shah Sahib, the Ghazi of Islam, was born in 1890 in Bhera Sharif. His life was marked by deep devotion, including fasting and extensive prayers. He inherited his spiritual leadership role and contributed significantly to education. He also served Pakistan militarily.

He established a madrasah dedicated to teaching the Quran, ensuring that every Muslim completed the Quran at least once. This initiative provided thousands of Muslims the blessed opportunity to become Hafiz of the Quran, benefitting the entire community.

He passed away in 1957, with an annual Urs celebration in his honour held on the night between the 3rd and 4th of Shawwal.

Pir Muhammad Karam Shah Al-Azhar

Justice Pir Muhammad Karam Shah Al-Azhari, born in 1918 in Bhera Sharif, dedicated his life to serving Islam and revolutionised Islamic education. He combined classical and modern knowledge, introducing secular subjects at Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia in 1957.

His prolific writings include a five-volume Qur’an commentary and a seven-volume biography of Prophet Muhammad. As a judge, he documented legal verdicts and founded ‘Zia-e-Haram’ magazine. He delivered speeches on global affairs and provided spiritual guidance. His enduring legacy is celebrated annually during the Urs in Bhera Sharif.

Pir Muhammad Karam Shah Al-Azhar

Justice Pir Muhammad Karam Shah Al-Azhari, born in 1918 in Bhera Sharif, dedicated his life to serving Islam and revolutionised Islamic education. He combined classical and modern knowledge, introducing secular subjects at Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia in 1957.

His prolific writings include a five-volume Qur’an commentary and a seven-volume biography of Prophet Muhammad. As a judge, he documented legal verdicts and founded ‘Zia-e-Haram’ magazine. He delivered speeches on global affairs and provided spiritual guidance. His enduring legacy is celebrated annually during the Urs in Bhera Sharif.

Pir Muhammad Amin- -Ul Hasnat Shah

Pir Muhammad Amin-ul-Hasnat Shah Sahib, a dedicated scholar and leader, began his educational journey at a young age, excelling in both traditional and modern studies. His active participation in movements promoting the finality of the Prophethood showcased his commitment to truth.

Despite his political engagement, he remained deeply connected to education and spirituality, overseeing the expansion of numerous branches associated with Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia, which he transformed into Al-Karam International Institute Bhera.

Pir Muhammad Amin- -Ul Hasnat Shah

Pir Muhammad Amin-ul-Hasnat Shah Sahib, a dedicated scholar and leader, began his educational journey at a young age, excelling in both traditional and modern studies. His active participation in movements promoting the finality of the Prophethood showcased his commitment to truth.

Despite his political engagement, he remained deeply connected to education and spirituality, overseeing the expansion of numerous branches associated with Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia, which he transformed into Al-Karam International Institute Bhera.

PIR Muhammad Naeemuddin Shah

Hailing from Bhera Sharif, Pakistan, a prominent figure with a rich family heritage in the Sunni movement and the Chishtiyya Sufi order. His life is characterised by a blend of spiritual devotion, academic excellence, and community service.

From his early years marked by a sacred legacy, he pursued education both in Pakistan and the UK, excelling in Islamic studies and law.

In 2022, he assumed spiritual leadership responsibilities and is dedicated to preserving his lineage’s traditions. He also advises at Al-Karam International University, aiming to bridge Sharia and modern sciences.

His life serves as an inspiration, guiding future generations in their pursuit of devotion, scholarship, and societal betterment.

PIR Muhammad Naeemuddin Shah

Hailing from Bhera Sharif, Pakistan, a prominent figure with a rich family heritage in the Sunni movement and the Chishtiyya Sufi order. His life is characterised by a blend of spiritual devotion, academic excellence, and community service.

From his early years marked by a sacred legacy, he pursued education both in Pakistan and the UK, excelling in Islamic studies and law.

In 2022, he assumed spiritual leadership responsibilities and is dedicated to preserving his lineage’s traditions. He also advises at Al-Karam International University, aiming to bridge Sharia and modern sciences.

His life serves as an inspiration, guiding future generations in their pursuit of devotion, scholarship, and societal betterment.