Seyyed Ahmad Hendi

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Ahmad Khan Hendi (Martyr Seyyed Ahmad), Indian theosophist and clergy, born in 1787 into an educated and devout family, in India. He had a great intelligence. Hendi was educational reformer and founder of Islamic modernism in India. After finishing his education, started fighting against the colonizers and was martyred in 1832.

Works:
1) A treatise on "marriage of widows"
2) A treatise on "prayer" (in Urdu), etc.

Sources

encyclopedia of Islam

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