Ahmad, Mirza Ghulam Hazrat 1835-1908

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AHMAD, Mirza Ghulam Hazrat 1835-1908

PERSONAL: Born February 13, 1835, in Qadian, India (now Pakistan); died May 26, 1908, in Lahore, India (now Pakistan); married, 1852; children: two.

CAREER: Religious leader. Worked for the government of India, 1865-68; Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam, founder. Self-declared Messiah and Mahdi, 1891; self-declared prophet, 1901.


Barahin-i-Amhadiyah, 1880.

The Four Questions Answered, Nigar Press (Lahore, Pakistan), 1947.

Our Teaching, Ahmadiyya Muslim Foreign Missions Office (Rabwah, West Pakistan), 1962.

The Teachings of Islam, Ahmadiyya Muslim Foreign Missions Office (Rabwah, West Pakistan), 1966.

Jesus in India, Ahmadiyya Muslim Foreign Missions Department (London, England), 1978.



Dard, A. R., Life of Ahmad, Tabshire (Lahore, Pakistan), 1948.

Khan, Muhammad Safrulla, Ahmadiyyat: The Renaissance of Islam, Tabshire (London, England), 1978.*