Sayed Badar Zaman Shah

Notable Personalities

 

Bankers

Azizullah Memon

M.W. Memon

Doctors

Dr.K.Y (Qader Bukhsh Yar Muhammad ) Ansari (1923-2000) Dr.K.Y Ansari was born in Matiari on 27th December 1923.After getting early education at here,he went to Bombay for for higher education and after getting the degree of M.B.B.S he returned to home in 1947.After the creation of Pakistan,he was first Muslim Doctor who was working as honorary surgeon in Sindh.In 1951 he became R.M.O and in the same year, when Hyderabad Medical College started,he became its first Principal.In 1954 he passed the examination of F.R.C.S from London,where Zulifqar Ali Bhutto became his friend,who was working as lecturer in South Hamilton.During service he served at Hyderabad,Karachi,Lahore,Quetta,Larkana and Shikarpur.

Dr.Muhammad Hasan Shaikh

Educationists

Muhammad Dawood Memon (1918- 2001) He was the founder of Government Boys High School Matiari.He collected donations to establish this school and faced all the hurdles in this regard.After that he remained as Head Master of this School for several years.Now this School is called by his name.

Dr.  Haider Nizamani (U.C Karam Kahan Nizamani Taluka Hala) He teaches Political Science at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, Canada.  From 2001 to 2003, he was a Global Security and Cooperation Fellow of the Social Science Research Council at UBC’s Institute of International Relations, as well as a Visiting Fellow at the Sustainable Development Policy Institute in Islamabad. From 2000-2001, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Nizamani is the author of The Roots of Rhetoric: Politics of Nuclear Weapons in India and Pakistan.  Additional works by Nizamani have appeared in a number of reference journals worldwide. (Information sent by Hasan Ali Nizamani)

Muhammad Eden Khaskheli (1914- 1980) He was Primary School Teacher and retired as Head Master of GBPS Main Matiari.He was a sincere and devoted person.He spent his life for the betterment of education and students.

Ghayasudin Qazi

Lal Muhammad Qazi

Muhammad Hussain Khaskheli

Prof. Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Yousuf Memon

Muhammad Raheem Vighio

Hafiz Muhammad

Noor Muhammad Qazi

Hafeezullah Qazi

Engineers

Akhund Noor Ahmed Abbasi

Government Officers

Sayed Ghulam Ali Shah Pasha (Ex-Chief Secretary Sindh)

Sayed Sohail Akber Shah (Secretary Forest)

Sayed Sohail Akber Shah is one of the most efficient and intelligent officers of Pakistan.He was born at Matiari on 20th December 1958.His Academic qulaification is B.E (Electronics) from Dawood College of Engineering & Technology Karachi.He passed CSS Examination and since 1984 he has availed several on job trainings.He worked on several key post of Government .

Sayed Mushtaq Ahmed Shah (Ex-I G Police Sindh)

Sayed Khudadino Shah (Ex-SSP)

Professor Dr.Ali Muhammad Ansari (Ex-Secretary Health Government of Sindh)

Muhammad Ashiq Memon (Ex-Secretary Government of Sindh)

Haji Muhammad Haroon Memon (Ex-Commissioner Hyderabad Division)

Lawyers

Hidayatullah Abbasi

Martyr (Shaheed)

Aakhund Muhammad Raheem (the First Martyr of Khilafat Movement)

Philosophers

Sayed Ghulam Murtaza Shah (G.M. Sayed)

G. M. Sayed was a political leader who pioneered the Jeay Sindh movement for the freedom of Sindh.He was born in the village of Sunn in Jamshoro District, Sindh, on January 17, 1904 in British India (Pakistan) and died on April 25, 1995. His forefathers migrated to Sunn from Matiari several centuries ago.He was from the “MEYAN POTA” branch of Matiari Sayeds.His father died when he was only sixteen months old. He had no formal schooling. Whatever he learnt was self-taught. By dint of hard work, he attained mastery over the Sindhi and English languages.He was also conversant in Arabic and Persian languages. History, philosophy and political science were his favorite subjects of study.G.M Sayed was the author of more than sixty-five books. His books are on numerous subjects, ranging from literature to politics, religion and culture. He was himself a mystic had a lot of love and regard for mystics of all faiths. Besides being a man of immense learning, Syed possessed a personality that was graceful and poised. Highly cultured and refined manners, hospitality and geniality were the salient traits of his character. Wit and humor were the keynotes of his personality. He respected all genuine difference of opinions. For decades, Sindh and Sindhi people had constituted the center of his interest and activity, and all his love energies were devoted to their good.G M Sayed proposed the 1940 Pakistan Resolution in the Sindh Assembly, which ultimately resulted in the creation of Pakistan. However, he became the first political prisoner of Pakistan because of his differences with the leadership of the country, as he believed that they had deceived the Sindhis.

Poets and Writers

Hazrat Shah Abdul Karim Bulri Waro

Hazrat Shah Abdul Karim Bulri waro was the great-grandfather of the greatest Sindhi poet Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai.

Shah Abdul Karim Bulri (1536-1623) was a famous Sufi poet of the Sindhi language from Sindh, Pakistan. Shah Abdul Karim Bulri was the great-grandfather of the famous poet Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai.He was born in a Sayed family in Matiari,(His residence was adjacent on south side of Jamia Masjid Matiari).Since he spent most of his life in Bulri,(a village in the Tando Muhammad Khan) the word Bulri is often appended to his name. As his father died when he was young, he was brought up by his mother and elder brother Sayed Jalal. From childhood he took a keen interest in matters related to Allah and spirituality and often didn’t pay attention to the lessons taught in school and instead spent his time immersed in thoughts of Allah. He often went to mystical gatherings in his village where Sufi songs accompanied by rural music were sung. This affected him so much, that little by little he started to compose his own Sufi songs. When he was of age, Shah Abdul Karim married as per the wish of his elder brother,although he himself thought that marriage might hinder his path towards Allah. He met a Sufi in his local mosque named Sultan Ibrahim and impressed by him became his disciple.
After the death of his elder brother, to take care of his family, he became a laborer as per the advice of Sultan Ibrahim. After Sultan Ibrahim left for performing Hajj, Shah Abdul Karim came in close contact with another mystic named Makhdum Nuh and came under his tutelage. The Makhdum’s insistence of formal observance of the Shariat (Islamic law) helped temper the growing mystic fervor of Shah Abdul Karim (which may have gone out of control at this stage). Shah Abdul Karim imposed a very stringent discipline on himself which few people around him knew of. He used to work in the day with interludes for prayer. In the night, he used to walk around the locality filling any earthen pots he found empty. As he grew older he wrote many spiritual poems in Sindhi and used them as a device to express his love for the Divine.
During his old age, he was highly respected by the people and had a number of disciples. His poetry and malfuzat appeared for the first time in Bayan-al-Arifin, a Persian work, written by a disciple he had later in his life named Mir Daryai Tharawi,in 1630, seven years after his death. One of the major poets of Sindhi, Shah Abdul Latif has been called the Chaucher of Sindhi Literature.

Shah Abdul Lateef Bhitai

Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai (also referred to by the honorifics Lakhino Latif, Latif Ghot, Bhittai, and Bhitt Jo Shah) (1689 – 1752) was a Sindhi Sufi scholar, mystic, saint, poet, and musician. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest poets of the Sindhi language. His collected poems were assembled in the compilation Shah Jo Risalo, which exists in numerous versions and has been translated to English, Urdu, and other languages. He settled in the town of Bhit Shah in Matiari, Pakistan where his shrine is located. The major themes of his poetry include Unity of God, love for Prophet, religious tolerance and humanistic values.Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai was born in 1689 in Hala Haveli’s village Sui-Qandar located near Hyderabad, Pakistan. Shah Abdul Latif was son of Syed Habibullah and grandson of Syed Abdul Quddus Shah.

Altaf Ahmed Shaikh

Altaf Ahmed Shaikh is a Sindhi scholar, marine engineer, professor, and travel writer from Pakistan. He is the associate professor of Naval engineering and Marine engineering at Pakistan Naval Academy. His first book on travel was Munhnjo Saagar Munhnjo Sahil, which was published in 1971, and won the Pakistan Writers Guild Award
He was born in the house of Gul Muhammad Shaikh on November 14, 1944 in New Hala District, Hyderabad (now Matiari District).
He got his early education from Hala, then from Cadet College Petaro, and studied marine engineering at Pakistan Marine Academy Chittagong, Bangladesh. He was qualified as a naval engineer, and taught in Malaysia as a trainer.
He started writing in the age of 18, in Chittagong. His first story book was Anamika (the Bengali word for “unknown”). He, then, moved to Malmo, Sweden where he attended World Maritime University; and received his M.Sc. in Marine Engineering from Maritime Safety Administration School of Engineering. He also received the “First Class Engineer Certificate” of Competency for sailing as Chief Engineer on Foreign Going Vessels. He then moved to London where he passed the A.M.I.E (Mechanical Engineering) and earned a engineer’s license Institute of Engineers,London.

Politicians

Pir Sayed Noor Shah Hashmi (Ex-MPA)

Sayed Zulifqar Ali Shah Jamote (Ex-Senator)

Syed Zulfiqar Ali Shah Jamot was born on 15 April, 1941 at Matiari, District Hyderabad Sindh. After having his early education, he earned B.Sc degree in agriculture from Agricultural University Tando Jam. He carried out agriculture as a profession and also took special interest in politics and welfare of the people of his area. He was President of the Pakistan Muslim League Sindh and was also a member of the Boards of Governors of Aitcheson College Lahore and Agriculture College Tando Jam. He was a model farmer .He visited a large number of countries on private as well as representative missions. Syed Zulfiqar Ali Shah Jamot was elected as member of the Senate in 1973, which he continued till 1977 and was re-elected to the Senate of Pakistan in 1985 for a six year term. He was again elected as Senator in 1991 for a six year term. We lost this Pride of our City on 10th March 2011.

Sayed Muhammad Murad Shah (Ex-MPA)

Sayed Imdad Ali Shah Jamote (Ex-MPA)

Sayed Shafqat Ali Shah Jamote (Ex-Minister of Education Government of Sindh)

Sayed Muhammad Ali Shah Jamote (Ex-Zila Nazim)

Sayed Haji Jalal Shah (Ex-MPA & Ex-Minister)

Sayed Shohabuddin Shah Hussaini (Ex-MNA) & President Sindh Sayed Association

Sayed Ameer Ali Shah Jamote (MNA)

Pir Sayed Ameer Ali Shah Hashmi (Ex-MPA)

Makhdoom Muhammad Zaman Talib ul Moula (Ex-MNA)

Makhdoom Muhammad Zaman Talib -ul- Mola was a renowned scholar, poet, and leader of his time. He was the Sajjadah Nasheen of Nooh Sarwar Shrine in Hala. He was born on October 4, 1919 in New Hala.Makdoom Talib ul Mola became the Sajjadah Nasheen after the death of his father Makhdoom Ghulam Muhammad. His Shrine is famous as No lakhi Godri. His family had a following of 1 million people 300 years back, but expanded to around 6 million people till his time. He was 17th Sajjadah Nasheen of these millions of disciples.Makhdoom Sahab was also active politician and was the senior vice chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party. He was a founder member of PPP and the PPP was found there in the house of Makhdoom Talib ul Mola at Hala in 1967.Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was very close to him. He was elected as the Member of National Assembly many times and played the most significant role in the movements of MRD and One Unit.Makdoom Talib ul Mola was also famous Sindhi poet, he was also chairman of Sindhi Adabi Board. Talib ul Mola wrote many book and unlimited article is Sindhi Magazines.He was awarded Tamgha-e-Pakistan, Latif Award, Hilal-e-Imtiaz for his achievements and works. He died on January 11, 1993 at Cardio Vesicular Institute, Karachi. He is buried at Hala.

Makhdoom Amin Faheem (MNA & Minister)

Makhdoom Muhammad Ameen Faheem was born on 4th August, 1939.He is a senior member of the Pakistan Peoples Party, where he serves. He also holds the cabinet portfolio of Federal Minister for Commerce in the Gillani-led government since November 2008.Makhdoom Amin Fahim is chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians in National Assembly of Pakistan and parliamentary Leader of his party in National Assembly of Pakistan. He also served as Federal Minister during Benazir Bhutto’s tenure.He is the leader of the Sarwari jamaat. Wikileaks cables have highlighted contradictions among prominent Pakistanis by citing the example of Amin Fahim. Officials note that Amin Fahim leads a religious Islamic group “while enjoying an occasional bloody mary”.

Makhdoom Jameel Zaman (MPA & Minister)

Makhdoom Rafiq Zaman (Ex-MPA,Ex-Minister & Ex-Zila Nazim District Hyderabad)

Shagufta Jumani (MNA & Ex-Minister)

Saints

Sayed Sakhi Rukun din Shah Badshah

Sayed Sakhi Hashim Shah Badshah

Sayed Shahmeer Shah Badshah

Sayed Shah Waryo Sakhi

Sayed Gul Ismaieel Ghot

Sayed Meyoon  Haji

Sayed Sajan Sawai

Scientists

Dr.Sayed Allah Obhayo Shah (1940-2001) My Brother.First Sindhi Chemist. He completed his study (Ph.D) from  London in 1968.He served SANDOZ Pakistan from 1970 to 2001 and at the time of death was working as Director Operations at CLARIENT Pakistan,which was chemical part of SANDOZ.

Scholars

Qazi Hidayatullah “Mushtaq”(1841-1913) He was great Islamic Scholar,writer, poet and Physician.He wrote a cosiderable number of books on various topics specially on religion.One of his greatest writings is “Manaqib al Sadat”,which he wrote in honor of Ahel e Baet (The Five Chosen Ones,Hazrat Muhammad Sallalah Alaeh Wa Sallam,Khatoon e Jannat Sayeda tu Nisai Bibi Fatmatu Zahra Alaeha Assalam,Hazrat Imam Ali Alaeh Assalam,Hazrat Imam Hassan Alaeh Assalam and Hazrat Imam Hussain Alaeh Salam).He had great knowledge about the religion and world.At that time in sindh there was no other scholar of his level.

Aakhund Azizullah (Died in 1856) (the First Tarnslator of Holy Quran in Sindhi) He was a great Scholar of the time of Talpurs.He had ful command on religious issues.British Government asked him so many times for assistance in religious matters and he helped the government accordingly.He was the first scholar who translated the Holy Quran in sindhi,which was published in 1902 from Bombay and beame very popular.

Social Workers

Sayed Hafiz Ali Nawaz Shah (1910-1991) My Father. He was a great human being.He was a very active social worker.He was great helper of poors and helpless people.In helping needy people he never cared about his own loss. He was the owner of 2700 (500 at Shahmir ji wasi Taluka Matiari and 2200 at Uner pur District Jamshoro) Acres of Agricultural land.He was the HAFIZ of of Holy Quran and recited Holy Quran in Taraweh Namaz in Ramdan at Jamia Masjid Matiari for the 50 years (1935 to 1985).He was MTAWALI (Trustee) of Jamia Masjid Matiari.He had 13 sons and 10 daughters.

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Comments (12)

  • Nawab Ali Rahoo

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    Dear Shah sb,
    You deserve an appreciation for this diligent work & keen interest.Still more personalities with their contribution/ works can be added.It would be good enough if you allow people to post their information /piece of writing in this context. 2/If personalities would be listed alphabetically it would ease the reader.Thanks.

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    • admin

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      Dear Nawab Ali Rahoo Sahib,I do welcome all the friends to share any knowledgeful information

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    • Zainul Abidin Lazainlaghari@hotmail.comghari

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      Sier BAdruzaman I appricate your efforts regarding this website. but sorry to say tht you have not included the personalities of tajpur in your web site llike great poet and soofi Nawab Faqeer wali Muhammad and a great philosopher nawab Haider Ali Khan Laghari. Likewise Drama artists Nawab Mehdi and Nawab Israrul Haq. I think and suggest you to read the book of Dr Abid Laghari he i s also a great poet and writer His Boohk Tajpur jy NAwab khandan jon Ilmi aen adabi khidmaton. Pl add them becouse they are a part of this district

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      • admin

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        Dear Saieen Zainul Abidin Sahib, thanks a lot for the appreciation.
        If you watch my message on front page of this website,you will find that,I have requested all the visitors to share their valuable knowledge on this website.
        This website is not only for the people of Matiari,all the visitors can share their knowledge along with photographs on this website.
        You are requested to share the knowledge of notable personalities of Tajpur to me at badarzamanshah@gmail.com,I will publish it on this page.

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  • Muhammad Saleem Shaikh

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    I must congratulate your effort. This is very useful and anthetic information.

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  • Hassan Ali

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    Dear Sir

    Really and wonderful job. I can also share the notable personalities from my UC i mean from KK Nizamani. Well known educationist, bankers, philosophers, social workers, writers, etc.

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  • chand ramzan

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    Shafqat Ali Shah may be considered a great philosopher and thinker instead of political leader !. Further more, identify the contributions of people (might a student/ teacher)
    Regards

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  • chand ramzan

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    sir great efforts!
    Following suggestions may be considered:-
    (a) steps taken for protection of environment and echo system
    (b) recreational parks and efforts by district government
    (c) steps for senior citizens
    (d) awareness in public for education of girls
    (e) steps for poverty alleviation
    (f) awareness in ladies for child care and education
    (h) social security/ community living sense in public of matiari
    (i) success rate of students over the years
    (j) forest and tree plantation sense in district govt and public

    regards
    ramzan chand

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    • admin

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      Dear Ramzan Assalam Alaekum and may Allah always shower His blessings on you and your family.

      Thanks a lot for the appreciation,suggestions and visiting this site.

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  • Hassan Ali

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    Dear Sir. As i have promised earlier that i will share the information about well known personalities of the UC KK Nizamani. Here is the brief introduction of Dr Haider Nizamani:

    Dr. Haider Nizamani teaches Political Science at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, Canada. From 2001 to 2003, he was a Global Security and Cooperation Fellow of the Social Science Research Council at UBC’s Institute of International Relations, as well as a Visiting Fellow at the Sustainable Development Policy Institute in Islamabad. From 2000-2001, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Nizamani is the author of The Roots of Rhetoric: Politics of Nuclear Weapons in India and Pakistan. Additional works by Nizamani have appeared in a number of reference journals worldwide.

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  • Maheen

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    U have added only 2 sayad css officers of matiari. Sain pasha and sain sohail shah. There are 2 non_ sayad csps namely dr imtiaz a. Kazo s/o haji Lal Muhammad kazi foreign service of pakistan and mr. Nizam memon of info. Group. If u could kindly add the two names. Also pl. Give cvs of all persona losted inyour site for readers knowledge and to serve as inspiration. Thanx

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    • admin

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      Dear You are requested to provide the information about these personalities,It will be published on website

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