Not to be confused with Mahmudul Hasan.

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Mahmud al-Hasan
محمود الحسن

Born
1851
Bareilly, British India

Died
30 November 1920
British India

Resting place
Graveyard of Darul Uloom Deoband

Ethnicity
Indian

Religion
Islam

Denomination
Sunni

Jurisprudence
Hanafi

Movement
Deobandi

Notable idea(s)
Fatwa on non-cooperation with British

Alma mater
Darul Uloom Deoband

Sufi order
Chishtiya-Sabiriya-Imdadiya

Disciple of
Rashid Ahmad Gangohi
Haji Imdadullah

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The Deobandi movement

Darul Uloom Deoband, India

Ideology and influences

Dars-i Nizami
Maturidi theology
Hanafi fiqh

Founders and key figures

Haji Imdadullah Muhajir Makki
Muhammad Qasim Nanotvi
Rashid Ahmad Gangohi
Husain A. Madani
Mahmud al-Hasan
Ashraf Ali Thanwi
Anwar Shah Kashmiri
Muhammad Ilyas Kandhlawi
Shabbir Ahmad Usmani
Muhammad Zakariya Kandhlawi

Notable institutions

Darul ulooms and Madrasas

Deoband
Mazahir Uloom
Nadwatul Ulama
Dabhel
Hathazari Madrassah
Ashrafia
Karachi
Jamia Uloom-ul-Islamia
Bury
In’aamiyyah
List of Deobandi universities

Centres (Markaz) of Tabligh

Nizamuddin
Raiwind
Dhaka
Dewsbury

Associated Organizations

Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam
Majlis-e-Ahrar-e-Islam
Tablighi Jamaat

Militant Organisations

Taliban
Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan
Sipah-e-Sahaba
Jaish-e-Mohammed
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi

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Mahmud al-Hasan (Urdu: محمود الحسن‎, Maḥmūdu’l-Ḥasan) also known as Mahmud Hasan (1851 – 30 November 1920) was a Deobandi Sunni Muslim scholar who was active against British rule in India. For his efforts and scholarship he was given the title “Shaykh al-Hind” (“Shaykh of India”) by the Central Khilafat Committee.

Contents

1 Early life
2 Revolutionary activities
3 Legacy
4 related article
5 Tafsir-e-Usmani
6 References
7 External links

Early life[edit]
See also: Darul Uloom Deoband
Mahmud al-Hasan was born in 1851 in the town of Bareilly (in modern Uttar Pradesh, India) to a family with a scholarly background.[1] His father, Maulana Muhammad Zulfiqar Ali, was a scholar of the Arabic language and worked in the education department of the British East India Company’s administr