Qadian

Vinod khanna in Jalsa Salana Qadian 2013

Jalsa Salana Qadian 2013 3rd Day 1st Session, Vinod khanna http://www.ahmadiyyamuslimjamaat.in/

Vinod khanna in Jalsa Salana Qadian 2013
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Mirza Ghulam Qadian Ki Haqeeqat (1/3)

Brother Imran exposed the real face of Mirza Ghulam Qadian (May Allah's curse be on him). Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said that there will be 30 liars, and Mirza...

Mirza Ghulam Qadian Ki Haqeeqat 1 3
Rating: 3.76/5 [Total raters: 161]

Jalsa Salana Qadian 2013 Documentary

A documentary about preparations ahead of Jalsa Salana Qadian. © Copyright MTA International.

Jalsa Salana Qadian 2013 Documentary
Rating: 4.80/5 [Total raters: 41]

One dead. Cracker factory Fire at Qadian Gurdaspur.

Viewer discretion advised. Some images might be disturbing. October 3, 2012 One person was killed and five others were injured after a massive fire, triggere...

One dead Cracker factory Fire at Qadian Gurdaspur
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MTA Nazm on Qadian - Har Charsu hai Shohura

MTA Nazm on Qadian - Har Charsu hai Shohura Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Annual Gathering held in December 2011 at Qadian India. Visit: www.alislam.org.

MTA Nazm on Qadian - Har Charsu hai Shohura
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Huzur (aba) Tour of Qadian 2005 - Islam Ahmadiyya

Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) Khalifatul Masih V (Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community) in Qadian, India 2005. For more information please vis...

Huzur aba Tour of Qadian 2005 - Islam Ahmadiyya
Rating: 4.43/5 [Total raters: 14]

Mr. Navjot Singh Sidhu (Cricketer) at Ahmadiyya Muslim Convention in Qadian India

http://www.alislam.org http://www.muslimsforpeace.org The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a dynamic, fast growing international revival movement within Islam. ...

Mr Navjot Singh Sidhu Cricketer at Ahmadiyya Muslim Convention in Qadian India

Emotional Moments - Jalsa Salana Qadian 2013 - Last Day Sunday - Jalsa Mubarak

Emotional Moments - Jalsa Salana Qadian 2013 - Last Day Sunday - Jalsa Mubarak Allah Mohammad muhammad Islam Gott Schöpfer Nazam Nazm Manan Murtaza Musawar A...

Emotional Moments - Jalsa Salana Qadian 2013 - Last Day Sunday - Jalsa Mubarak
Rating: 4.63/5 [Total raters: 43]

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad sahib of Qadian was a Sufi - [said Javed Ghamidi]

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad sahib of Qadian was a Sufi - said Javed Ghamidi
Rating: 3.82/5 [Total raters: 17]

Golden Days of My Life at Qadian

Golden Days of My Life at Qadian.

Golden Days of My Life at Qadian
Rating: 2.33/5 [Total raters: 3]
Wikipedia about: Qadian

History

Qadian was established in 1530 by Mirza Hadi Baig, a religious scholar dedicated to Islam and the first Qazi within the area. Mirza Hadi Baig, was from a royal family of Mirza who formed Mughal Empire had the title of Mirza. He migrated from Samarkand and settled in Punjab. He was descendant of King Timur and had family relations with King Babur and was qiven 80 villages by Babur. Because of his religious beliefs, he named the center of the 80 villages 'Islam Pur Qazi' from where he administered. Over time, the name of the town changed to 'QaziMaji' (the word "Maji" means Bull referring to the animal still found in abundance in Qadian). Later, it was named just 'Qadi' and eventually, it became known as Qadian.

Qadian and the surrounding areas later fell to Sikhs who offered the ruling Qazis two villages which they refused. In 1834, during the rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the region consisting of Qadian and five other adjoining villages were given to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza, father of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad inturn for Military support in Military support in Kashmir, Mahadi, Kulu valley, Peshawar and Hazara.

A remote and unknown village, Qadian emerged as a centre of religious learning in 1889, when Mirza Ghulam Ahmad established the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Qadian remained the administrative headquarters and capital of the Ahmadiyya Caliphate until the partition of India in 1947 when much of the community migrated to Pakistan.

Arya Samaj played a major role in Qadian. Amar…
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