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Sayed Abdull Gaffar Bukhari Family Tree

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Date
October 31, 1923
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Tareekh e Aqwam Kashmir
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Era
Jahangir II 1920-1948
MARC-04112021-005
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Kamal Lone also known as Kamal Khan. Mochhipura leaves belong to the Lone tribe, a respected landowner of Har Doshiva Zangir (adjoining Sopore). Seth Muhammad Ramzan Lone, a respected contractor in Lahore, has passed away from the same tribe.


His son Sheikh Mohammad Latif is a BA LLB Advocate of Punjab High Court and Khan Sahib Sheikh Ghulam Hussain is a retired Magistrate and son-in-law of Lahore. Kamal Lone has spent most of his life as a laborer in Punjab and Sindh. He has great certificates of excellence. Despite being illiterate, he is well acquainted with Ilm-e-Majlis and remembers his Persian poems.


He has a son and a daughter. The son's name is Khaliq Lone. And now he is pursuing his ancestral profession with his son in his village Mochhipura. An elder Syed Abdul Ghaffar Bukhari from the 24th generation of Hazrat Imam Hassan Mujtaba and the 13th generation of Hazrat Sheikh Syed Mohi-ud-Din Abdul Qadir Jilani came to Kashmir with his father Syed Muhammad Bukhari from the famous Qazi Khanqahi Bukhara.


That was the time of Islamic rule. You got the teaching position. Mala Dhahabi who was one of the famous poets of Kashmir. He mentions them in his book. Hazrat Syed Abdul Ghaffar Bukhari was the judge and authority of the people of Kashmir.


His tomb is on the north side of the wall in Mazar-e-Badshah. The descendants of Syed Abdul Ghaffar Bukhari are very prosperous. Apart from Kashmir, their descendants are also present in Gujarat and Amritsar districts of Punjab. In his seventh generation, as will be known from his genealogy, Syed Abdul Rasool Khalaf Syed Rahmatullah Khadar Syeda Buzurg has passed away.


His piety was such that he did not eat hen's egg and hen only because he used to go to people's houses and eat these grains. At the same time, Shah Abdul Rahman, a well-known magician by the name of Rehman Shah, signaled that he had engaged his sons Syed Waliullah and Syed Huzurullah in handicrafts and service.

 

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