39. SYEDNA IBRAHIM WAJIHUDDIN (R.A) (1150-1168/1738-1756)
Syedna Ibrahim Wajihuddin (R. A) ascended onto the throne of Dawat and the centre of Dawat transferred from Nagar and Kachh to Ujjain. Two hudred years had completed since the transfer of Dawat fromm Al-Yemen to Al-Hind.
In 1156 AH, Syedna Wajihuddin leaved Ujjain duee to the hostilites and covetous nature of it's ruler Ganini. He went to Burhanpur for the Ziarat of his pious father, Syedi Abdul Qadir Hakimuddin (A. Q). There, he he was received warmly by Moomineen and Muslims of the city. After some time he returned to Ujjain and built a Masjid in Holipura.5
Syedna Wajihuddin sent his successor, Syedna Al-Moayyad Fid Din to Islampura for the guidance of Moomineen. During his stay there, when Syedna Moayyad visited Raja Daulat Singh to cosole him on the death of his father Raja Jawahar Singh, he received Syedna at the entrance of his palace. Then, Raja Daulat Singh needed a huge amount of money. On the wrong advise of some of his officials, he tyrannized people and Moomineen as well to collect the needed money. Syedna Moayyad paid the money on behalf of Moomineen. Just after this event, Raja went for hunting and fell off his horse for thrice. At that time, the Raja realized his mistake and begged pardon to Syedna Moayyad (R. A). He returned all the money that he took from Syedna and presented him a large piece of land known as Maryam wari. Syedna (R. A) pardoned him, pleased with him, and settled 80 families of Moomineen on that land.
Then, Syedna Wajihuddin (R. A) visited Islampura in 1165 AH. He remained there for four months and established a new Mohallah (locality) for Moomineen with about 70 houses. This Mohallah is known as Ibrahimpura. During the period of Syedna Ibrahim Wajihuddin (R. A), Mohammed Shah was Mughal ruler. In 1739, Nadir Shah sacked Dehli with his Persian army. In 1744, France declared war on England, France defeated England in 1745. In 1746, Nadir Shah was murdered, Ahmed Shah became the king of Afghanistan.who remained upto 1773. In 1754, Anglo-French war erupted in N. America. In 1756, Britain declared war on France. English poet Alexander died in 1744. French philosopher Voltaire belonged to this period.
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