Naimuddin, Mohammad

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Naimuddin, Mohammad (1832-1907) editor, writer and religious preacher, was born in the village of Shuruj in tangail district. After passing the middle school examination from the village school, he studied at Dulai Madrasa in pabna. He then studied Islamic theology under a renowned a'lim (religious scholar) of dhaka and received the title of 'Alim-ud-Dahr';. Subsequently, he travelled to Murshidabad, Bihar, Allahabad, Agra, Delhi and other places to discuss theology with Islamic scholars.

Mohammad Naimuddin also taught at a school and worked as a marriage registrar and qazi in Pabna, before finally concentrating on publishing magazines, writing books and spreading the message of Islam. The Panni zamindar family of Karatia were his patrons. 
Mohammad Naimuddin was a follower of the H'a'n'a'fi school of thought. He protested against mir mosharraf hossain';s advocacy of discontinuing sacrifice of cows in his book Go-J'i'ban (1889). 
Mohammad Naimuddin edited akhbare'' ''islamia (1884) for a considerable period of time. He was also the secretary of Anjumane Mainul Islam. Apart from preaching Islam, he wrote books on the history of islam and the Islamic heritage. Among his well-known books are Zubd'a'tul Mas'a'el (2 vols, 1873, 1891), Fatu'a'-e-'A'lamgiri (3 vols, 1884, 1887, 1889), Ba'b'g'a'nub'a'dita Quran Sharif (1887-1909), Gomast'a' Darpa'n (1886), Ins'a'f (1886), Dhok'a'bha'v'jan (1889), Go-K'an'da (1889), A'khirazzohar (1891), Sir'a'tul Mast'a'fiqm (1893), A'dell'a'e H'a'nifi'a' Radde-l'a'-Mazh'a'bi'a (1894), Moulud Shar'i'f (1895), Raf'a'-Id'a'in (1896), Bukh'a'r'i' Sharif (1898) etc. He died on 23 November 1907 at his village. [Wakil Ahmed] [Ahmed, Wakil  former Vice Chancellor, National University]