She was the only child of MGA’s famous cousin (Mirza Imam ud Din) and his wife (her name is unknown). She seems to have married her first cousin/neighbor and MGA’s eldest son, Mirza Sultan Ahmad in the mid 1880’s. This is interesting since Mirza Sultan Ahmad was the Chief of Qadian in that era (Rais), and thus MGA’s cousins also held this honor and beefed with MGA over the Muhammadi Begum saga.
Ahmadiyya only sources claim that she converted to Ahmadiyya in MGA’s lifetime. Ahmadiyya sources totally lie and claim that she converted to Ahmadiyya before her marriage with Mirza Sultan Ahmad. These are all lies, her father Mirza Imam ud Din died by 1904, this was the era wherein her sons Mirza Aziz Ahmad and Mirza Rashid Ahmad seem to have converted to Ahmadiyya, most likely because they had no money.
By 1906 (or 1935), MGA was calling the mother of Khurshid Begum as a prostitute. Mirza Aziz Ahmad confirmed (See ROR of Oct-1942) that by 1905, none of MGA’s relatives had accepted Ahmadiyya (see the full quote in the below). In fact, the Punjab Chiefs of 1909 admitted to the same, the cousins of MGA had not accepted him (see the full quote in the below).
Via the ROR of Oct-1942, Mirza Aziz Ahmad claims that after he did bait in 1906, his father Mirza Sultan Ahmad came home and his grandmother told him that his son had gotten into the bait with Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Mirza Sultan Ahmad is alleged to have said that maybe he will pray now. Mirza Aziz Ahmad then alleges that his grandmother (Hurmat Bibi) finally did bait in 1916, he was working in Simla, when he came home, he asked his grandma in jest as to what had overtaken her? Why did she now convert to Ahmadiyya? She simply laughed. This was written by Mirza Aziz Ahmad in 1938 and signed off by him.
She is born.
She seems to have married her first cousin/neighbor and MGA’s eldest son, Mirza Sultan Ahmad in the mid 1880’s. This is interesting since Mirza Sultan Ahmad was the Chief of Qadian in that era (Rais), and thus MGA’s cousins also held this honor and beefed with MGA over the Muhammadi Begum saga.
Her eldest child, Mirza Aziz Ahmad is born.
Her youngest child, Mirza Rashid Ahmad.
Her father (Mirza Imam ud Din) dies and she is left. She is living with her mother-in-law
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad called his first cousin’s wife a prostitute – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog
MGA had a dream about the wife of Imam ud Din (Khurshid begum) wherein he called her a prostitute. This was inserted into Tadhkirah in 1935. From the diary of MGA.
Also, in the April 1906 english edition of Tadhkirah, Mirza Imam ud Din is mentioned as dead.
Punjab Chiefs_Rivised Pedigree++ Table Mukamal
Controversy after the 1909 edition was published
Mufti Muhammad Sadiq seems to have published the same data in the badr of 1912. One of the comments that upset Nooruddin was because it was written that most of the relatives of MGA had not accepted MGA or Noorudin, which was true, since MGA’s eldest son, Mirza Sultan Ahmad was considered the representative of the greater Mirza family at Qadian. Mirza Nizam ud Din is also mentioned as a major ally of the British Government. There are some minor errors in this 1909 edition. For example, they write that Mirza Sultan Ahmad was born in 1876. that is incorrect. Another point of note is that the Mirza family was getting 5% of all revenues from 3 neighboring villages. However, it is unclear how this money was split up amongst the Mirza family.
Albadr 14 June 1912
Noorudin forced Mufti Muhammad Sadiq to publish a correction
Ahmadiyya sources claim that Mirza Sultan Ahmad died on 2 July 1931. See also (Tarikh-e-Ahmadiyyat, Vol. 5, p. 237)
At his deathbed 1931, when he was not in full control of his faculties, his wife was manipulated by the leadership of the Qadiani Ahmadiyya into signing an affidavit that Mirza Sultan Ahmad had been initiated into the Qadiani organization on his deathbed. It would be highly unbecoming of an established well-grounded person like him to have had a deathbed conversion.
14 years later Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan of Malerkotla died and was buried right next to him, and in Bahishti Maqbara. Its very odd that he was buried there since he didn’t do Wasiyyat.
See the photos on flickr. His son also has a testimony about this on flickr.
Via the ROR of Oct-1942, Mirza Aziz Ahmad alleges to have been taken out of the Ahmadiyya school and attended school in another village, he returned for the 6th grade and stayed in Qadian until the 8th grade, wherein he was taken out of Qadian again, and then he returned to Qadian, most likely on the death of his maternal grand-father, Mirza Imam ud Din. He claims to have matriculated from Qadian in roughly 1905. He claims to have had a private tutor at this time who was an Ahmadi, his name was Master Abdul Rahman, he was previously a Sikh and had the name of Sardar Mehr Singh. Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad was also a student at the same school. Mirza Aziz Ahmad alleges that Master Abdul Rahman and Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad preached Ahmadiyya to him. Mirza Aziz Ahmad claims that no family member of his had joined Ahmadiyya, however, he was under the tabligh of Master Abdul Rahman and Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad. He claims to have seen a dream in this era, wherein him and MGA were sitting by the side of a pond, with shotguns in hand. Mirza Aziz Ahmad mentions the wall that had been erected by his maternal grandfather (Mirza imam ud Din and his brothers). And how, as a result of this, students who were walking to Masjid Aqsa had to take the long route to get there. He is referring to the famous Case of the Wall. Mirza Aziz Ahmad alleges that when the final judgement came down in 1901, he was there in Qadian and overheard students of the Talim ul Islam Highschool clapping and rejoicing, he also began clapping and rejoicing, and alleges that his grand-mother (Hurmat Bibi) immediately scolded him for it.
Some Prophecies of Hadhrat Ahmad – A Critical Study (alislam.org)
Ahmadiyya sources claim that she converted to Ahmadiyya in the lifetime of MGA (A total lie).
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