Imam Syed Hassan Bukhari @ Naqshbandi Mujaddadi Aslami mahfil 3/3





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Published on Dec 18, 2009

Naqshbandi Mujaddadi Aslami arshadi Sufi Order

13.12.09 Urs Mubaruk Of Qibla Alam,Sheikh Hazrat,Khwaja Sufi Muhammed Aslam Sahib R-A Of Darbar-E-Alia Shadpur Shareef, Jhelum, Pakistan

Qari Imam Bukhari comes from an illustrious family of scholars and Qaris. He graduated from Jamia Ashrafia followed by the College of Shari'ah at the University of Madinah, and the College of Quran & Tajweed at Al-Azhar University in Cairo.

Imam Bukhari received ijazah (certification) from Shaykh Syed Hassan al-Bukhari in Hifz (memorisation) of the Qur'an. He received his ijaza in the Qir'aat Sab'ah wa 'asharah (seven and ten recital traditions) according to the method of al-Imam al-Shatibi and the riwayah Hafs in particular, from Imam 'Asim al-Kufi. At Al-Azhar, he received ijazah from Shaykh Mustafa Ismail, one of Egypt's greatest reciters in the 20th Century. He has also received ijazah from Shaykh Raghib Mustafa Ghawoosh in the Hafs and Warsh traditions.

Qari Imam Bukhari's love and knowledge of the Qur'an and its recitation has won him several prizes and achievements such as the World Qiraat (recitation) Competition which he won for seven successive years from 1981 to 1987. He has been made an honorary member of the Al-Azhar Selection Committee and judge for various Qiraat competitions across the world. Recently, he was one of the Judges of the National Qira'at Competition on Islam Channel. He has taught Qira'at and Tajweed at the Kuala Lumpur University. He has served as an Imam for a number of mosques in the UK. Currently he teaches Islamic Studies and Tajweed in London and trains upcoming Qaris and Imams in different parts of the UK

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