Lala Malawamal (aka Lalah Malawamal Khatri, see Haqiqatul Wahy) seems to have been a long time resident of Qadian, India. He was a member of the local hindu community, the Arya Samaj of Qadian. He was mentioned by MGA in Barahin-Ahmadiyya Vol. 4 (1882-1884 era), MGA even explained how he would go out for walks in and around Qadian with Lala Malawamal. MGA called him and his friend Lalah Sharampat as the 2 hindu’s of Qadian who would come and regularly visit MGA and etc. MGA even alleged to have miraculously cured Lala Malawamal from tuberculosis. MGA went to explain how Lala Malawamal saw a revelation that MGA received and saw other signs. MGA specifically mentioned how Lala Malawamal getting money from the post office and a handsome son, aka the promised son aka musleh maud. In Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA mentions a 3rd hindu, Bishandas Brahman, MGA said, wherever the term Aryas occurs in Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya these alone are meant; others too are meant elsewhere. MGA also claims that Lalah Sharampat and Lala Malawamal were the witnesses in this famous revelation, that became a ring that All Ahmadi’s wear, “Is Allah not sufficient for his servant”. MGA also claims that he prophecied the death of his father (Mirza Ghulam Murtaza) and these 2 were the witnesses. (See “Qadian Kei Aryah Aur Hamm”, in english it would be “The Aryas of Qadian”). MGA also alleges that he prophecied the assassination of Dayanand, and Lalah Sharampat was the witness.
However, Lalah Sharampat and Lala Malawamal were illiterate and barely understood what MGA was saying, thus, MGA used them in a deceptive and thought that no one would try to audit these witnesses. As soon as the prophecy was announced by him, Sharampat whom he had quoted as a witness, declared: “Ghulam Ahmad is a liar and an anti -Christ. I never heard this prophecy from him (See Anthology of Pandit Lakhram Takzib·i· Baraheen-i Ahmadiyya, via “Qadiyaniat: an analytical survey” by Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (1984) 21st edition free download – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog).
By 1906, these same 2 Hindu’s were able to communicate to MGA and his gathering at Qadian (an alleged Jalsa) that MGA was lying and these two Hindu’s had never seen any signs at all. This caused MGA and his team to write, “Qadian Kei Aryah Aur Hamm” (Feb-20-1907).
See Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya, Vol. 4, online english edition
“”As usual, this prophecy was communicated immediately to some Aryas and it was agreed that one of them should go to the post office at the time of the delivery of the mail. Accordingly, one Aryah named Malawamal went at that time to the post office and brought the news that ten rupees had arrived from Hoti Mardan. He brought a letter which stated that these ten rupees had been sent by Arbab Sarwar Khan.”””
Only a few days ago, I was suddenly confronted with certain situations in which I faced three types of grief. I could think of no means of resolving them and there appeared no way out of suffering loss and damage. The same evening, my humble self went out for a walk in the woods, as was my routine. At the time, I was accompanied by an Aryah named Malawamal. Upon my return, when I approached the gate of the village, I received the following revelation:
ننجیك من الغمّ۔
We shall deliver you from grief.
Then again, I received the following [revelation]:
ننجیك من الغمّ ألم تعلم ان الّٰل علی كل شيء قدیر۔
That is: ‘We shall deliver you from this grief—will certainly deliver you. Know you not that Allah has power to do all things?’
Shahna-e-Haqq, p. 43 Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 2, p. 381
“””(B) Malawamal was afflicted with tuberculosis and when his condition became dangerous I supplicated on his behalf and received the revelation:
That is [Arabic] O fire of fever, cool down.
Then I saw in a dream that I had pulled him out of the grave. He was informed both of the revelations and of the dream before the events occurred.”””
“Qadian Kei Aryah Aur Hamm”, in English it would be “The Aryas of Qadian”
Page 14, online english edition
MGA alleges that Lalah Sharampat and Lala Malawamal published an announcement wherein they called MGA a liar.
Tiryaqul-Qulub, p. 34, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 15, pp. 200–201, Via the 2009 online english edition of Tadhkirah
About eighteen years ago, I informed some people from among Hindus and Muslims that: ‘God has addressed me and has said:
That is [Arabic] We give you good tidings that We will grant you a handsome son.’
I communicated this revelation to one Hafiz Nur Ahmad of Amritsar, who is alive and is one of my opponents in respect of my claim of being the Promised Messiah. I also communicated it to Sheikh Hamid ‘Ali who used to stay with me and to two Hindus of Qadian, Sharampat and
Malawamal, who used to visit me. Everyone wondered at this revelation since my wife had passed the age of childbearing twenty years earlier, and I did not have another wife. But Hafiz Nur Ahmad said: ‘No wonder if God, through His power, should bestow a son.’ About three
years thereafter, I married into a noble family of Delhi and God bestowed upon me that son and three others.”””
“””In view of this Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan of Malerkotla (born 1870, died February 10th, 1945) was requested to bring with him his phonograph when he came to Qadian. It was a new and novel thing. Sharampat Ra’i was eager to see it; so Ahmad asked Nawab Sahib on November 20th, 1901, to bring his phonograph. He wrote a short poem for the occasion and Maulawi
Abdul Karim (born 1858 and died October 11th, 1905) read it out to have it recorded. At about 4.30 p.m. Ahmad wrote a note to Sharampat saying that if he, Malawa Mal and his friends wanted to see the phonograph they should come to his house. On getting this information Sharampat and a number of other Hindus and Muslims of the village came there.””
Ahmadiyya sources allege that during the Annual Jalsa Salana of Dec-1906.
By 1906-1907, the beef was on again in Qadian between the Arya Samaj of Qadian and MGA. While MGA and his team were writing “Haqiqatul Wahy”, they mentioned Sharampat 27 times and repeated all of the old info and added a new prophecy, i.e., that MGA told Sharampat that Mirza Ghulam Qadir (MGA’s brother) would die in 1883. In the same book “Haqiqatul Wahy”, MGA admitted that Sharampat and Malawamal had published advertisements against MGA and called MGA a liar and a fake. After MGA died, BA-5 was published and MGA alleged that Sharampat was his close friend in the 1870’s and even went with MGA to get the “Barahin” published.
On February 20, 1907, MGA and his team of writers published “Qadian Kei Aryah Aur Hamm”, in English it would be “The Aryas of Qadian”, it was published from Qadian from the Magazine Press, Qadian, it is barely 40 pages (See Hidden Treasures). In 2023, this book was published in english for the first time ever, however, many lies were told, for example, Ahmadi editor’s allege that MGA was leading Zuhr prayers when Hindu’s started yelling and etc., however, this is a lie, MGA never led the prayers and even on that day he admitted to being engaged in prayer, not leading it.
Lalah Sharampat Ra’i and Malawamal (these guys were also mentioned in Haqiqatul Wahy, 1906-1907) were the leaders from the Arya Samaj of Qadian (see Hidden Treasures). In 1906, he said that MGA had never shown any signs to the locals of Qadian. The Arya Samaj of Qadian set up a school called “Dyanand Jubilee School” as a parallel institution to “Ta‘limul Islam Madrasah” and also founded a journal in Qadian under the name of “Shubh Chantak”. Somraj was its editor and the prime object of this journal was to publish polemics against Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.
It seems that during the 1906 Qadian Jalsa, the Arya Samaj of Qadian and the Ahmadi’s of Qadian had an altercation. Just a few years ago (1903), MGA and Ahmadi’s also clashed with the Arya Samaj hindus of Qadian, see here. Ahmadiyya sources claim that during the Jalsa, the Arya Samah also held a rally/meeting and bothered the Ahmadi’s at their Jalsa. It seems that there was a police inspector onsite, who was against the Arya Samaj because they were anti-British. The police inspector doesn’t seem to have made any arrests. The “Shubh Chantak” published a summary of the alteration in their newspaper the next day.
Ahmadiyya sources claim that another journal, “Achar” had a debate/beef with Sheikh Yacub Ali Irfani, editor of the Al-Hakam. Chand seems to be the name of the editor of the “Achar”. Soon thereafter, the sons of Somraj and Bhagat Ram died of the plague (its unclear who these people are). Then Bhagat, Achar Chand and Somraj approached a local Hakim for medical treatment, MGA allowed the medical treatment.
MGA and his team of writers lie about converts to Ahmadiyya in Egypt in this book also. The ROR of May-1918 gives a partial english translation of this book by Chaudhry Ghulam Muhammad (B.A.).
al-Hakam, vol. 39, no. 15, June 14, 1936, p. 10
(60) Maulavi Rahim Bakhsh of village Bahadur Husain, subdivision Batala has stated in writing that: One day I and Sharampat and the Promised Messiah were in the Aqsa Mosque. The Promised Messiah was walking up and down in the courtyard and we were also walking with him. The Promised Messiah addressed Sharampat and said: I have received a revelation that Malawamal is Judas Iscariot, and Judas Iscariot was the one who had Jesus captured. He [Malawamal] is my friend, so do not tell him of this lest he should feel hurt, but keep a
note of the date and the revelation. A long time after this, Malawamal became a bitter opponent of the Promised Messiah.””””
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