1952

Pir Muhammad Amin-Ul-Hasnat Shah

Introduction:

Pir Muhammad Amin-ul-Hasnat Shah Sahib, born on May 9, 1950, in Bhera Sharif, displayed early signs of dedication to learning by beginning Quranic studies at a young age. His educational journey led to remarkable achievements, including excelling in primary and middle school and securing top positions in metric and BA examinations.

Spiritual and Educational Pursuits

After formal education, he pursued religious studies at Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadiyah Ghawthiyyah and developed expertise in various Islamic disciplines under the guidance of renowned scholars. He deepened his knowledge during a year in Makkah Mukarramah, focusing on Islamic law.

Leadership and Activism

Pir Muhammad Amin-ul-Hasnat Shah Sahib’s leadership qualities and commitment to truth became evident during the Khatm-e-Nubuwwat and Nizam-e-Mustafa movements. He actively participated and played a key role in these movements, earning recognition for his sincere efforts

Political Engagement

Despite his involvement in political affairs, he maintained a strong connection with educational and spiritual endeavours. In 2013, he was elected as the Minister of State for Religious Affairs and worked diligently to promote interfaith harmony and cohesion.

Educational Contributions

With a focus on education, he oversaw the expansion and organisation of over 200 branches associated with Dar-ul-Uloom Muhammadia Ghousia. His leadership led to the institution’s elevation to a university, named Al-Karam International Institute Bhera.

Fostering Unity and Spiritual Leadership

Pir Muhammad Amin-ul-Hasnat Shah Sahib initiated the “Al Karam Friends” organisation, fostering connections among graduates, mission workers, and Chishti order followers. He also serves as the spiritual successor to Hazrat Zia-ul-Ummat and continues to host various spiritual and educational events, nurturing students and followers.

Vision and Development

He led various construction projects, including academic blocks, the expansion of the Ghawthiyyah Girls College, and the Ghazi-e-Islam Quran Complex, reflecting his vision and dedication to progress.