Abul Hashem Khan Choudri seems to be a qadiani-Ahmadi, back in early 1910’s-20’s, lots of his essays show up in the Review of Religions (ROR). In the Oct-Nov-1919 edition, he is listed as an Assistant Inspector of Schools in Dacca Division, Bengal (his name is spelled as Abul Hasham Khan Choudri)(and in the ROR of June-1916). They claim that he is working on a refutation of Muhammad Ali’s famous book of 1918, “The Split“. However, this refutation was never published or ever heard of again. In Dec-1919, he wrote a book review on H.A. Walter’s famous book on Ahmadiyya. He was heavily involved in the early development of Ahmadi’s in Bengal (modern day Bangladesh) and East India.
June 1915, Review of Religions
In an article written by Abul Hasham Khan Chaudhry from Barisal, Bengal, it is stated that MGA was born in 1839, the Ahmadiyya community seems to have copied and pasted his article, however, they added a note that MGA’s year of birth was earlier than 1839.
1915 June ROR
The ROR of Aug-1915 has an essay by him as well as a notice wherein he asks people to buy issues of the ROR and distribute them for free.
Part-1 of “Tufha Tul Muluk” is translated by Abul Hasham Khan Chaudhry and appeared in the ROR of Sep-1915. Part-2 of this book appeared in the ROR of Oct-1915. Part-3 of this book appeared in the ROR of Dec-1915. Part-4 of this book appeared in the ROR of February-1916. Part-5 of this book appeared in the ROR of July-1916. Part-6 of this book appeared in the ROR of Sep-1916. Part-7 of this book appeared in the Jan-1917 edition of the ROR.
The ROR of Oct-1915 has an essay by him.
The ROR of Nov-1915 has an essay by him.
The ROR of March-April-1916 alleges that there were lots of opposition by Muslims, however, the Cannanore Ahmadiyya temple is about to get built in the Malabar region. It also reports that in North India Ahmadi’s are also working, giving lectures and etc. Sh. Abdur Rehman was one of the speakers. Other speakers were Moulvi Abul Hasham Khan Choudry, Zafrullah Khan and Maulvi Muhammad Din.
The ROR of Mar-April of 1916 has an article by him entitled, “A Glimpse of the works of the Promised Messiah”(Part-1). This was a lecture in Delhi which he gave in March of 1916. He argues that Baba Nanak was a Muslim.
The ROR of May-1916 has an article by him entitled, “A Glimpse of the works of the Promised Messiah”(Part-2). This was a lecture in Delhi which he gave in March of 1916. He talked about the Dowie prophecy, and the Piggot prophecy, the prophecy about the partition of Bengal, the fall of the Ottoman Empire aka Turkey, the doomsday earthquake (also called the prediction of WW-1).
The ROR of June-1916 alleges that he travelled to Qadian. His name is spelled as Abul Hasham Khan Choudhry
The ROR of Sep-1916 has an article by him entitled, “To Our Young Friends in College” (Part-3).
The ROR of Dec-1916 has an article by him entitled, “A Word to Every English Man and Woman”. In this essay, he reports how Qazi Abdullah is available for discussion in London and that Mufti Muhammad Sadiq will be there soon.
The ROR of April-May-1917 reports that Abul Hashem Khan has a book for sale entitled, “Qadian and Ahmadees”.
The ROR of June-1917 has an article, “Ahmad, the Messenger of the Latter Days” (Part-3) translated into english by Abul Hashem Khan (M.A.). It also reports that Abul Hashem Khan has a book for sale entitled, “Qadian and Ahmadees”.
The ROR of Aug-1917 has an essay by A.H. Khan Choudhry (M.A.). The essay is entitled, “Ye Rising Generation of Bengal”. In it, he argues that MGA is the latest prophet, he then quoted 4:69 and 24:55 and argues that more prophets can come.
The ROR of Oct-Nov-1917 contains a report by Maulvi Abul Hasham Khan (M.A.) in terms of an Ahmadiyya conference that was recently held in Bengal, which is modern day Bangladesh. The conference started on Oct 10th, 1917. The ROR claims that 300 people attended, of which 20% were non-Ahmadi. Maulvi Mubarak Ali (B.A. and a B.T) was also there and gave speeches. An Ahmadiyya Anjuman was also created, consisting of 5 men, they also created an advisory committee, of which Maulvi Abul Hasham Khan (M.A.) and Maulvi Mubarak Ali (B.A. and a B.T) were members.
The ROR of Oct-Nov-1917 also reports that Maulvi Abul Hasham Khan (M.A.) wrote an essay in english entitled, “A Word to Every English Man and Woman”, and this was translated into arabic and distributed in Egypt.
The ROR of Nov-Dec-1918 reports that Abul Hashem Khan Choudri wrote an essay on “Some Suggestions Regarding Social Reform”.
The Mar-Apr-1919 edition of the ROR has an essay by him entitled, “A Supreme Paradox”, in this essay he argues that Muhammad (Saw) isn’t the Final Rasul (messenger). His name is spelled as Abul Hashim Khan Choudry, M.A. In the Oct-Nov-1919 edition, he is listed as an Assistant Inspector of Schools in Dacca Division, Bengal. They claim that he is working on a refutation of Muhammad Ali’s famous book of 1918, “The Split“. However, this refutation was never published or ever heard of again. In Dec-1919, he wrote a book review on H.A. Walter’s famous book on Ahmadiyya. The ROR of Aug-Sep-1919 reports that during the Jalsa of 1918, on 12-28-1918, the 2nd Khalifa gave a speech on “Remembrance of God”, this was translated into english by Abul Hashem Khan Choudri (his name is spelled as Abul Hasham Khan Choudri).
He has an essay in the ROR of Jan-1934 entitled, “A Muslim view of Kesab”, which was a paper that he read at the Kesab anniversary in Calcutta.
He has an essay in the ROR of Jan-1935 entitled, “Muhammad, the Modern Prophet” (Part-1).
He has an essay in the ROR of March-1935 entitled, “Muhammad, the Modern Prophet” (Part-2).
He has an essay in the ROR of May-1935 entitled, “Muhammad, the Deliverer”.
He has an essay in the ROR of Jan-1936 entitled, “Muhammad, the Prophet of Peace”, this is a speech that he gave on Nov-24, 1935 at Dacca University during Prophet Day.
Abul Hasham Khan Choudri is mentioned in the ROR of March-1939 as having started the “Prophet Day” Movement. Mr. Muzzaffaruddin Chowdhury (general secretary of the Bengal Provincial Ahmadiyya Association gave speech on Dec. 11th, 1938 at the Jaggannath College Hall, Dacca. This was the “Prophet Day” celebration.
A man named Abdul Hasham Khan Chowdhury has a book review in the ROR of Feb-1940.
A man named Abdul Hashim Khan Chaudhary wrote an essay in the ROR of Dec-1940 on “Communal Relations”.
The ROR of Jan-1942 reports that the 3rd Annual Religious Founders Day was held on Dec 7th, 1941 at Wellington Square in Calcutta and by the Calcutta Ahmadiyya Anjuman. Khan Bahadur Abul Hashem Khan Choudhury (M.A., B.T.)(Retired Divisional Inspector of Schools) gave a speech. Maulana Zillur Rahman also gave a speech. Mr. Daulat Ahmad Khan Khadim (B.L)(Secretary Ahmadiyya Anjuman) also gave a speech. Signed off by D.A. Khadim, Secretary Ahmadiyya Association, 1 Willington Square, Calcutta.
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