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Imarat Shariah Bihar, Jharkhand & Orissa is a unique and un-parallel socio religious organization of Muslim Ummah belonging to the state of Bihar, Jharkhand & Orissa in particular and other parts of the Indian sub continent in general, situated in the township of Phulwari Sharif, Patna, the Capital of Bihar (India). It came into being in the year 1921 based on the cardinal principles of Islam and its shariat laws. It is universally accepted reality that Islam is a complete code of life, the latest order to be followed by human being as ordained by the Almighty Allah. It does not prescribed only the ways and process of in visual worship and prayer to be adopted by its followers rather the law of shariat which is based on principles of collectivism, cover all of human activities in the religious , social cultural and political fields . There is no place for individual life in Islam. The study of the Holy Quran and the life of our beloved Prophet expressly reveals that the principle of collective life is the living spirit and is an axis around which the entire Islamic order revolves. As a matter of fact this features of Islamic distinguishes it from all other religions and it is also an open secret that the teaching of our beloved Prophet (PBUH) and its adoption of his followers brought about a sea change in the lives and behavior of slaves Arabian tribes. The country old enmity and hatred prevalent among different tribes were transformed into mutual cooperation , brotherly life and oneness on the basis of pious kalima


The very spirit of oneness based on leading a collective life was the main force that enabled Muslims to take the massage of Almighty Allah in the different parts of the World and to effect the establishment of Islamic order over the vast lands of Asia, Africa and Europe. After the revolution of 1957 and with the beginning of the downfall of Mughal empire in India, the Ulama of the day, in view of circumstances prevalent, were compelled to find out a suitable system on the basis of Muslim in India should have a platform through which their social, cultural, religious lives and activities could be managed, controlled and guided in the light of Shariat laws. Collectivism is possible under a central power in an Islamic state, where the central force has been the Khalifa (Caliph). But is non Islamic countries, an organization based on Shariat laws under one Ameer (Chief) who by virtue of his respectable status commands following among the Muslim is essentially required elected by the Muslims, educate, inspire and to guide the Muslim Ummah to enable them to lead a collective life under Islamic order.

Keeping in view the necessity of such an organization Hazrat Maulana Abdul Mahasin Mohammad Sajjad, initiated a very painstaking efforts of course with support of the great Ulama of the day to establish an organization of Muslims for the aforesaid purpose . Ultimately in the year 1921 a conference was organized under the president ship of the great scholar and philanthropist Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad. The important personalities among the participants were Maulana Mohammad Ali Mungeri of Khanqah Rahmani , Munger, the great sufi and scholar Hazrat Maulana Syed Shah Badruddin of Khanqah Mujibia , Phulwari Sharif, Patna and a host Ulamas other dignitaries drawn from Orissa. There Ameer-e-Shariat was unanimously elected and Imarat Shariah came into being initially for the state of Bihar & Orissa. Since then this organization has been rendering valuable services for the preaching of Islam, besides inspiring and guiding the Muslim Ummah for leading a collective life under the Shariat law.


  1. To establish Islamic system of life on the lines as laid down and practiced by the Prophet (SAW) so that the Muslim should lead such a life within the frame work of Islamic law (Shariat).
  2. To seek implementation and application of Islamic laws as far as possible through this medium, chief among them being the mandatory laws relating to marriage, divorce, inheritance, khaula, trust etc. in their original Islamic form and spirit.
  3. To make ceaseless efforts to create such possibilities and potentialities that the divine laws of Islam may be strictly observed and the judicial system of Islam be established and implemented among the Muslims.
  4. To safeguard and to look after all the Islamic rights and the interests of the Muslims.
  5. To preach, propagate Deen-e - Shariat and to educate, inspire and guide the Musllim Ummah to observe holy laws of shariat in all spheres of life.
  6. To unite the Muslims, irrespective of their schools of law, strictly on the basis of the kalima "LA ILAHA ILLALLAH MOHAMMADUR RASOOLULLAH" so that they should follow the commandments of Allah and the traditions of the prophet (SAW)and direct their collective energy and absolute faith in Allah alone.
  7. a) To safeguard and preserve the identity of the Muslim and to promote the idea of religious tolerance and peaceful co -existence with other religious communities in India.

    b) To strengthen the force of peace in the country and to develop the sense of mutual respect of the rights of different religious communities living in India.

    c) To discourage and condemn every such act and practice of movement which aims at exterminating any one of the different sections of the people living in India, imposing by force any particular ideology, creed and belief by one on the other.

    d) To invigorate and co-operate with of every such organizations and movements which have set before themselves the goal to respect the life, property and honour of different religious sects living in India and there by to weed out communal bias, discord and disunity from the minds of every individual.
  8. To make efforts for the creation and establishment of different educational institutions both technical and non technical , hospitals and other services for the well being enlistment and relief to the suffering humanity.
All donations to the "Imarat Shariah Educational & Welfare Trust" are exempted from Income Tax under section 80G of the Income Tax Act and it has also registration under FCRA (Foreign Contribution Regulation Act).

Account Name: "Imarat Shariah Educational & Welfare Trust"

Account for Zakat, Sadqat and Fitrah: "Baitulmal Imarat Shariah"


Bihar, Orrisa & Jharkhand

Phulwari Sharif, Patna - 801505 Bihar, (India)

Phone: 0612 - 2555351, 2555668, 2555212

Fax: 91-612-2555280

Residence: 0612-2555495

Mobile: 09431432702

Imarat Shariah, Patna
Email: nazim_imarat@rediff.com



S. No. Name and Address Designation
1. Hazrat Maulana Syed Nizamuddin Sahib
(Amir-e-Shariat, Imarat Shariah)
Phulwari Sharif, Patna
Ph.: 2251508
2. Maulana Anisur Rahman Quasmi
(Nazim Imarat Shariah)
Phulwari Sharif, Patna
Ph. 2257968 (o), 2257495 (R)
3. Dr. A.R. Kidwai
(Ex. Governor of Bihar & West Bengal)
AB-15, Pandara Road, New Delhi - 110003
Ph.: 011-3073214, 3073400
4. Er. S.M. Mohsin
207, New Patliputra Colony Patna - 800013
Tel: 2278445
Moawin Secretary
5. Maulana Syed Wali Rahmani sb.
Khanqah Rahmani, Munger
Ph.: 0612-2252929, 06344-2222207 / 224499
6. Mr. Ziaul Hoda
(Retd. Chief Engineer)
32, Patliputra Colony, Patna
Ph.: 2263132b
7. Dr. Ahmad Abdul Hai (MBBS, FRCS)
Hai Complex, Exhibition Road, Patna
Ph: 2685352
8. Dr. Mumtaz Ahmad Khan
(Secretary, Al-Ameen Medical College)
3- Beerelie Street, Bangalore - 25 (Karnataka)
Ph: 2236379 (R) 2269385 (O)
9. Dr. M. Manzoor Alam
(Chairman, Institute of Objective Studies)
522, Street No.20, Zakir Nagar, New Delhi - 1100025
Ph.: 26821087 (O), 26910940 (R)
10. Maulana Suhail Ahmad Nadvi
(Asst. Nazim, Imarat Shariah)
Phulwari Sharif, Patna
Ph.: 2251351 (O), 2254279 (R)
11. Mr. Raghib Ahsan
(Advocate, Patna High Court)
Sher Shah Colony, Samanpura, Patna
Ph: 2583315 (R)
12. Mr. Malak Hashim Khizar Hussain
No.2 Hunters Road, Chulai, Chennai - 800060 (T.N.)
Ph: 22474252 (O), 22565735 (R)
13. Mr. Tarique Bin Akhtar
Near Micro Lab., Hira Lal Lane, Lodipur, Patna
Ph: 2224698
14. Mr. Md. Sultan
14/10, Ghautala Street, Kolkata (West Bengal)
15. Mr. Ziaullah Sharif
38, Primrose Road, Bangalore (Karnataka)
Ph: 25273930
16. Mr. Motiur Rahman
(Chartered Accountant)
A-37, Alinagar ColonyAnisabad, Patna
Ph: 2235748
17. Mr. Syed Nazir Alam Gilani
335-B, Patliputra Colony, Patna - 13
Ph: 2263350
18. Dr. Majeed Alam (MBBS, FRCS)
Alam Nursing Home, Bariyatu, Ranchi
Ph: 2541807 (R), 2549207 (O)
19. Mr. Md. Anwar
Anand Bhawan, Rourkela (Orissa)
Ph: 2505428
20. Hakim Md. Irfan Hussaini
8, Colootola Street, Kolkata - 7000073
Ph: 22360473
21. Dr. Abdul Quasim Siddiquee
Siddiquee Nursing Home, Bakerganj, Patna
Ph: 2301978 / 2300841 (R)


  1. Department of Organisation (Tanzeem)
  2. Department of Preaching and Propagation of Islam
  3. Department of Education
  4. Department of Modern and Technical Education
  5. Department of Publications
  6. Department of Judiciary (Darul Qaza
  7. Department of Legal Opinion (Ifta)
  8. Baitulmal (Treasury of Imarat Shariah)

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