Intro-
As soon as MGA died (May of 1908), the Ahmadiyya editing team began changing his year of birth. In the Review of religions for June 1908 (english)(see pages 235-238), they began trying to backdate MGA’s year of birth, since they knew that MGA died abruptly and failed his famous prophecy that he would live 40 additional years after 1891-1892, just like it was prophecied in the hadith in terms of the Messiah, (see Nishan asmani {1892}, page 14–17). Furthermore, Ahmadiyya editors purposely edited (and added to) Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya Vol-5 as they were desperately trying to make MGA look older so as to fulfill the “age-prophecy”, they then published it in October of 1908. BA5 was never written by MGA, it was his editors who inserted the information in BA5 trying to show that MGA was 70 by 1905 (in fact, Dard, in his famous biography of MGA writes that the BA5 was written in 1905, which is a lie). Furthermore, they also inserted the part wherein MGA claims “5 years more or less of 80. Thus, they created a window of age from 74 to 85. The Khalifa wrote exactly this in 1916 in his short autobiography on his father’s life. The Moslem Sunrise used 1837 and later 1836 and finally 1835 after 1946. Nuzul ul Masih was published in 1909, and the lies continued. After the split of 1914, Muhammad Ali wrote a book (1918) about MGA and continued to write that MGA was born in either 1839 or 1840.

1891-1892
MGA was 51-52 years old.
see Nishan asmani {1892}, page 14–17).

MGA makes his famous prophecy that he would live 40 additional years after 1880, just like it was prophecied in the hadith in terms of the Messiah,

“””These verses also indicate that after being commissioned, the reformer will live for forty years, while it is well known that Sayyid Sahib passed away from this transitory world just a few years after his advent. It is evident from Brahin-e-Ahmadiyya that I was commissioned to revive the faith at the age of forty, about eleven years ago.””

1898
MGA was 58 years old

[RK, v. 13, p. 177; 2nd paragraph of 1st, marginal note; Kitaab-ul- Bariyyah] Year of publication: 1898, online english edition can be found here–http://www.ahmadiyya.org/bookspdf/bar/conts.htm

“Now my personal life sketch is as follows. My birth took place in 1839 or 1840, during the last part of the Sikh period, and in 1857 I was 16 years [of age] or in my 17th year. And [my] beard and mustache had not yet started.”

And 

“My age was about 34 or 35 when my respected father passed away.” [RK, v. 13, p. 192;
1st line of marginal note; Kitaab-ul-Bariyyah] Year of publication: 1898.  

1901
MGA was 61 years old
Mirza Khuda Bakhsh is well-known for writing, Asl-e-Musaffa (Vol. 1)(published in 1901) and Asl-e-Musaffa (Vol. 2)(both of these books compromised 1400 pages, it was published during the life of MGA), which contain details about the advent of MGA and the prophecies and signs that MGA claimed for himself. Interestingly, in this book, it is clearly written how MGA was born in 1839/1840, later on, when MGA died early, Ahmadiyya editors went back and changed MGA’s year of birth to 1835.

1901–July
MGA writes in Al-Hakam that he is 60 years old.

1904
MGA was 64 years old
Noorudin writes his own biography entitled, “Nur ud Din”, in this book, he writes that MGA was born in 1839.

1906
MGA was 66 years old
During MGA’s lifetimes, Maulvi Muhammad Ali writes an article about MGA in the English-ROR and clearly writes that MGA was born in either 1839-1840.

1908
MGA was 68 years old

In the Review of religions for June 1908 (english)(see pages 235-238), they began trying to backdate MGA’s year of birth, since they knew that MGA died abruptly.

1908-Oct
—“God knows the real age but according to my knowledge, my age is near 70 years at present in the year 1323 AH. God knows best” [Zamima Baraheen-e-Ahmadiyya Vol 5 page 193].

1909-1910
In Massey’s, “Chief’s and families of Note in the Punjab”, which was based on the data from the Punjab Chiefs, 3rd, edition, it is clearly written that MGA was born in 1839.
Punjab Chiefs_Rivised Pedigree++ Table Mukamal

1914–March
The PDF, see pages 81–93
ROR-March-1914

1918

In this book, which was published in 1918, Muhammad Ali agreed that MGA was born in 1839 (see page 1). However, later editions of this book have changed the date to 1836 and then 1835.

1922
Mufti Muhammad Sadiq travels to America, and starts a newspaper called the Moslem Sunrise, in his 1922 edition he writes that MGA was born in 1837.

1924
We found yet another rare book in the history of Ahmadiyya. This one comes from the Lahori-Ahmadi’s. This specific book is called, “Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the man” by Muhammad Yakub Khan (1924). The second edition of the book seems to have been published in 1949, a few other editions were published thereafter, the Lahori-Ahmadi’s have put this book on their official website, feel free to compare and contrast. In all editions of this book, it is clearly written that MGA was born in 1839.

1924
The Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad writes a book, “Ahmad, The Messenger of the Latter Days”, Part-1, by Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad (1924). In this book, he writes that MGA was born in 1836, however, he quotes the Punjab Chiefs of 1909, wherein it is written that MGA was born in 1839.

1926
Mufti Muhammad Sadiq’s book, Zikr-e-Habib is published, in this book, he argues that MGA was born on a Friday, in the month of Phalugna. Sadiq argued that MGA had personally told him that he was born in the Punjabee month of Phalguna, on a Friday, on the 14th night of the moon.  However,  the Punjabi month (and we know Phalguna always starts from 13 February and ends at 13 March. Second, Date of Islamic month was 14 and Day was Friday.

The quote
“This humble one was born in the month of Phalugna on a Friday on the 14th night of the moon” [Zikr-e-habib by Mufti Muhammad Sadiq Sahib pages 238 & 239]

1930
The Winter 1930 edition gives 1836
Sufi Bangalee, the Ahmadiyya missionary in-charge (and editor) listed MGA’s birth year as 1836, under a heading wherein MGA’s name appears, it is followed by “1836-1908” (see page 5).

1946
The Spring 1946 edition
Ahmadi missionaries continued to write 1836 as the birth year of MGA, they wrote this in almost every single issue.  The reason it needed to be written was as follows, in the format of the magazine, first they quote the quran, then Muhammad, then MGA.  When they wrote his name, they also wrote 1836-1908, thus it is easy to figure out (wink wink).

1946
The 3rd quarter of 1946 edition changed it to 1835
You will see that as soon as new murrabi’s came from India, the date changed to 1835 (see page 5).

Links and Related Essay’s

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/06/mga-was-born-in-1839-per-the-ror-of-june-1906/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/09/29/maulana-nur-ud-din-wrote-a-book-entitled-nur-ud-din-1904-mga-was-born-in-1839/

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/02/10/ahmadiyya-leadership-lies-about-the-date-of-birth-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

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