MGA married his cousin in roughly 1853–1856 (see Dard page 38)(and Dr. Ahmad, page 35).  Her name was Hurmat Bibi, the daughter of his maternal uncle, Mirza Jami‘at Baig. She was the mother of Mirza Sultan Ahmad and Mirza Fazl Ahmad. MGA officially divorced her in 1892, she seems to have moved out at that point. She did not join Ahmadiyyat ever. Her death is unknown.


She is married to MGA, she is MGA’s first cousin on his mothers side. 
______________________________________________________________________________________________1860-MGA neglected his children and his wife

Obviously, MGA’s young wife and children all lived in the same house in Qadian. MGA was a lazy and lethargic man who hated working. He barely spent any time with his 2 sons, Mirza Sultan Ahmad and Mirza Fazl Ahmad, his wife thus hated him, since MGA preferred the lazy life.

MGA’s father called MGA a girlie-man. MGA wasn’t allowed to interact with his eldest sons.

While MGA was roughly 25-26 years old, with 2 sons, he was tasked to go and pickup his daddy’s pension money. Read the below. MGA wasn’t allowed to come back to Qadian in this era.

MGA marries Nusrat Jehan and brings her home to Qadian. She lives in MGA’s house with MGA’s first wife, this lasted for many years.
MGA divorced Hurmat Bibi in-spite in 1892

Hurmat Bibi had sided with her cousins as they opposed MGA marrying a 3rd time, MGA had already married a 2nd wife in 1884, and now he lusted after a niece of his, named Muhammadi Begum. MGA didn’t divorce Hurmat Bibi even though he hadn’t shared a bed with her for over 20 years, nonetheless, he finally divorced her in-spite in 1892 and forced his son, Mirza Fazl Ahmad to divorce his wife, since she had also opposed him, i.e. MGA.

She goes totally missing from the records of Ahmadiyya.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and Related Essay’s

Who is Mirza Fazl Ahmad (1860-1904), the son of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad?

Mirza Sultan Ahmad, MGA’s eldest son, 1856–1931

A young Mirza Ghulam Ahmad squandered his families pension money and was punished by never being able to see his mother again

Who is Mirza Ghulam Qadir (1833–1883) ?

Mirza Sultan Ahmad, MGA’s eldest son, 1856–1931

Mirza Tahir Ahmad’s daughter was divorced…and he claims he knew all along

The entire Mirza family was above the law in British-India

Even in 1907, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was still lusting for his niece, Muhammadi Begum

Mir Nasir Nawab, the father-in-law of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Who is Mirza Nizam ud din (1845–?)? The first-cousin of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Even in 1907, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was still lusting for his niece, Muhammadi Begum


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