Based on thorough research, we estimate that there are roughly 10,000 Ahmadi’s in all of India by 2021. About 800 in Kashmir and another 3,681 (see Nicholas Evans work) in Qadian and roughly another 6600 in the rest of India. Nicholas Evans conducted anthropological field work at Qadian in 2011 and was told about the convert numbers of 2008-2010. This was given to him by the main admin offices at Qadian. Remember, back in 2001, Mirza Tahir Ahmad was announcing 40 million new Ahmadi’s from India alone. We knew Ahmadiyya mullahs totally lied and now we have additional proof of it. Finally, we seriously doubt there were even 1726 Indian’s converted to Ahmadiyya in this 3 year period, we estimate it was barely 200-300, and even those people were poor and in need.
In this essay, we are also combining the history of Ahmadiyya in Bangladesh, since it was part of British-India uptil 1947. Check out the official Ahmadiyya in India youtube channel herein.
We have found a book by the Ahmadiyya Movement about their history in Calcutta, this is also covered by me herein. This booklet is dated as 12-1-1979 and signed off by the Ameer of the Calcutta Qadiani’s, Md. Noor Alam Ahmadi. A grandson of MGA, Mirza Wasim Ahmad was in-charge of all the Indian missions of the Qadiani’s from 1977 until he died in 2007. He was made as totally in-charge of Qadian. In Urdu he was the Nazir Aala & Ameer Jamaat Ahmadiyya Qadian until his death. The first Ameer in Qadian was the late Hazrat Maulvi Abdur Rahman.
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