17. SYEDNA HASAN IBNE SYEDNA ABDULLAH (a.q.) (809- 821/1406-1418)
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The period of Syedna Hasan was of peace and prosperity. Good relation remained continue between Syedna and Al-Malik Al-Nasir Al-Ghassani. When Syedi Ibrahim, the noble son of Syedna Hasan passed away in the court of the Malik, he expressed sadness and said that if anyone could be ransomed for the life of Ibrahim, he would ransom with one his own son. During this period, Zaidis were preoccupied with with their internal conflits, but their hostility to Syedna and Moomineen remained continue. When they attacked on the fortress of Mahbal, they were repelled due to the valour of Syedna Idrees and other Moomineen.
During the period of Syedna Hasan, numerous Hudood Kiram of Dawat passed away. Syedna Hasan passed away in Zimarmar in 821/1418m. When Al-Malik Al-Nasir heard the news of his sad demise, he expressed his deep sorrow and said, " How great was the helping friend whom we have lost". During the period of Syedna Hasan, Walil Hind was Al-Maula Ali (Q. R). In 813/1413, Ahmed Shah, the Sultan of Gujrat built a new city called Ahmedabad. He requested Al-Maula Ali to settle some Moomineen in the city in order to enhance the significance of the city as a center of commercial and social activities. By that time Moomineen of Al-Hind had become well-known business community. Al-Maula Ali sent Al-Maula Adam ibne Sulaiman (Q. R) with a number of Moomineen from Patan to Ahmedabad. Al-Maula Ali appointed Syedi Hasan Pir as his successor. Syedi Hasan Pir remained in Patan to spread guidance and Al-Ilm. There the Sultan of Patan became confused when he recite an Ayat of Al-Quran.
He asked the scholar of his court the meaning of this Ayat and how a camel can pass through the hole of a needle. No one was able to give a satisfactory answer to him. He was informed about Syedi Hasan Pir as a true and unpeered Aalim. He invited Syedi Hasan pir to his court and he gave him a very satisfactory answer. Afterward, a king of Rome sent three apparantly same head of gold to the the Sultan of Patan and asked that what was the difference among them. No one among the scholars of Court was able to solve the puzzle. Again, Syedi Hasan Pir gave the answer. The Sultan respected him greatly, but the scholars of his court became jealous of him and intrigued to slay him. During the period of Syedna Hasan, Khizr Khan, the governor of Multan at the time of Timur's invasion, occupied Delhi and founded the Sayyid Dynasty (1414-1451). Ottomans under their ruler Sulaiman had begun their attacks on East European territories.
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