Pir Sirajul-Haqq Nu‘mani was a close companion of MGA, he was the brother-in-law of Maulvi Rashid Ahmad Gangohe (See Mujadid e Azim, abridged english version) and came from a family of Pirs, he even tried to arrange a written debate between MGA and Gangohe, but MGA would not do a oral debate. He would regularly massage MGA’s back, legs and neck (see Tadhkirah) he permanently moved to Qadian in 1882 and became a toilet attendant of MGA and main scribe (1882–1900 era). It seems that before 1889, sometimes, Pir Sirajul Haq Nu’mani would lead the prayers in Masjid Mubarak (since MGA never led prayers) and one time read out a Persian poem about MGA after Ruku. He was a worker around Qadian in the 1901 era (see Dard). Al-Bushra, an old manuscript, which seems to have been an unpublished collection of revelations that were collected by a close companion of MGA named Pir Sirajul-Haqq Nu‘mani. Parts of it are still written in the 2009 online edition of Tadkhirah. On the title page, it says Manzoor Elahi special Assistant of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani has compiled all of his revelations from the day of his appointment to the day of his death, during the khilafat of Molvi Nooruddin and published it from Qadian in Jan 1914. He wrote an early biography on MGA in 1915 called Tadhkiratul Mahdi. He also seems to have had a nephew which was a she-male and even has a picture with MGA.
Per Dard he is born (see page 818).
He came to Qadian bare-footed (no shoes).
Pir Sirajul Haq Nu‘mani writes: “”I presented myself before the Promised Messiah(as) in 1882 and remained in his presence until a few months prior to his demise. I always found the Promised Messiah(as) compliant to the observance of congregational prayer. (Tadhkiratul Mahdi, pp.70).””
ref. seeratu mehdi vol. 3
pdf page 146 of 316
“Dr Mir M. Ismail narrated to me that once in summer, Maghrib prayers in Musjid Mubarak were led by Pir Siraj Ul Haq. mgaq was also present in the prayer. In third rakaat after ruku, instead of popular prayers, he read a persian poem of mgaq. The first verse of which is ‘Oh God, O solver of my hardship’.”
He was present in Ludhiana during the first ever Bait ceremony, in fact, he was the scribe who wrote the names down. He did not do bait at this time, he wanted to do his bait in Qadian and thus waited a few months and did his bait to MGA. He even proposed the name Ahmadiyya for MGA’s new sect, however, the name wasnt taken up until 1900.
In Delhi, he was with MGA during the debate with Maulvi Syed Nazeer Hussain. He was also present during the debate with Muhammad Bashir Bhopali. He was seated on the stage at the first ever Jalsa Salana in Qadian (see Mujadid e Azim).
He was present at the famous debate with Athim.
He seems to be mentioned in the first 313 Ahmadi’s of 1896. However, his name is written as Sahibzada Muhammad Sirajul Haq, Jamali, Nu‘mani, Qadiani, Sarsavi (with wife) (see Dard).
He is mentioned in MGA’s book, (Tohfa-e-Qaisariyyah), his name is written as Sahibzadah Sirajul-Haque Jamali Nu‘mani—Son of the Late Shah Habeebur- Rahman, Sajjaadah Nasheen
Chahar Qutb Hansawi, presently visiting Qadian.
He was a worker around Qadian (see Dard).
The book, Al-Bushra, an old manuscript, which seems to have been an unpublished collection of revelations that were collected by a close companion of MGA named Pir Sirajul-Haqq Nu‘mani. Parts of it are still written in the 2009 online edition of Tadkhirah. On the title page, it says Manzoor Elahi special Assistant of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani has compiled all of his revelations from the day of his appointment to the day of his death, during the khilafat of Molvi Nooruddin and published it from Qadian in Jan 1914.
He sides with the family of MGA and remains in Qadian as a Qadiani-Ahmadi.
He writes an early biography on the life of MGA called Tadhkiratul Mahdi.
The ROR of Aug-1917 reports that Pir Sirajul Haq Nuamani is mentioned as someone who is going to be chairing a conference of Ahmadi’s in Bengal (modern day Bangladesh).
He is mentioned by the Khalifa, Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad in his book “Aenas Sadaqat” (in english as Truth about the Split).
Per Dard he died (see page 818).
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