Listen to Zia Rasul explaining this entire story herein. Then listen to Dr. Syed Holy Spirit explain this scenario herein. In Kitab-ul-Barriya (A brief sketch of my life)(1898). Many lies were told in this book. MGA specifically lied about Qadian being a fortress wherein some of the walls were 22 feet high, and that 3 carts could easily move in it, similar to the great wall of China. MGA also claimed that a mosque of the family was converted into a Sikh temple, and that there was a library that contained 500 old quranic manuscripts, which was burnt. MGA claimed that his grandfather, Mirza Gul Muhammad employed 100 learned religious men, everyone of these workers, even the women read the 5 daily prayers. However, these are all lies. Factually, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s father (Mirza Ghulam Murtaza) never even read his prayers in his whole life and he lived in Qadian before the Sikhs invaded. Similarly, MGA and his family lied to Lepel Griffin in the 1865 (and subsequent editions) edition of the Punjab Chiefs and claimed to be royalty, whereas in reality, they were poor farmers. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad even claimed that a minister of the Mughal Empire, named Ghias al-Daula came to Kadian. However, this name doesn’t exist in the history of the Mughal’s. We have also posted a quote in the below wherein it is stated in Seeratul Mahdi how people in Qadian would walk around naked at night.

From the Lahori-Ahmadi version of Kitab ul Barriya, page 8

“”By and by, the Sikhs kept taking control of the villages of our estate till the late grandfather was left with only one, Qadian. At that time Qadian was a small fortress town, with four towers in which the fighting men were stationed. There were a few guns, and the rampart was about
twenty-two feet high and so wide that three carts could easily move abreast on it.”””

Urdu Scan from Kitab ul Barriya, RK-13, pages 163-164

Walking around naked at night
1939 edition, (2nd edition) of Seeratul Mahdi, Vol. 3

Dr. Mir Muhammad Ismail relates this story wherein he says that at night, most kids and regular people walked around naked. Most likely since it was pitch black with no electricity. Listen to brother ali explaining it herein (at the 2:02:58 mark).

Links and Related Essay’s

Who is Mirza Ghulam Murtaza (1791–1876)?

The Punjab Chiefs by Lepel Griffin (1865, 1890 and 1909 edition), its data and scans

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s father never read Salaat in his entire life


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