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Sayyid Mouladaveela Mamburam Thangal
File:Sayyid Alavi Thangal.jpg
Successor Fazal Pookoya Thangal
Spouse Fatima

Fatima, the daughter of Sayyid Aboobacker Madani
Ayisha from Tanur
Swalaiha, from Sile of Indonesia

Issue
Sharifa Alaviya

Sharifa
Fazal Pookoya Thangal
Swaliha
Fathima

Full name
السيّد مولى الدويلة الالوي
House Alavi
Father Sheikh Muhammed bin Sahl
Born 1166 Hijra
Tareem, Hazermouth, Yemen
Died AD1845
Mambaram, Kerala, India
Burial Mambaram, Kerala, India
Religion Islam

Sayyid Alavi Mouladaveel (Arabic: سيّد علوي مولو الدويلة‎, Malayalam: സയ്യിദ് അലവി മൌലദവീല) is a saint, anti-British struggler hailing from Yemen and later settled at Mambaram in Kerala, India. His tomb, located at Mambaram, is now considered as one of greatest pilgrimage centres in southern India.[1]

Early lifeEdit

Sayyid Alavi Mouladaveel, the 30th grandson of Imam Husain, is hailing from Tareem of Hazermouth. Members of this family got due consideration and were spiritual leaders. Sayyid Alavi was born to Sheikh Muhammed bin Sahl and Fathima in Hijra 1166. The parents left him in his early childhood and he was later grown up under the aunt (mother’s sister).[2]

Root of familyEdit

The lineage of Sayyid reaches holy prohet Muhammed. The following is his lineage

  1. Sayyid Hassan Jifri
  2. Sayyid Shikh
  3. Sayyid Hassan
  4. Sayyid Alawi
  5. Sayyid Muhammed
  6. Sayyid Aboobacker
  7. Sayyid Abdul rahmean
  8. Sayyid Abadullah
  9. Sayyid Alawi
  10. Sayyid Aboobacker Al Jifri
  11. Sayyid Muhammed
  12. Sayyid Ahmed
  13. Sayyid Ahmed
  14. Sayydi Muhammed Al Faqeehul Mukdam
  15. Sayyid Ali
  16. Sayyid Muhammed Sabithul Mirabath
  17. Sayyyid Qualia Qasam
  18. Sayyid Muhammed
  19. Sayyid Alawi
  20. Sayyid Ubaidullah
  21. Sayyid Abdul Muhajir
  22. Sayyid Eesannaqeeb
  23. Sayyid Muhammed
  24. Sayyid Aliyyul Uraidi
  25. Sayyid Jarar Swadique
  26. Sayyid Muhammed Baqir
  27. Sayyid Zainul Abideen
  28. Imama Hussain
  29. Fathima Bivi
  30. Prophet Muhammadصلّى الله عليه السلّم

EducationEdit

He by hearted the holy Quran in his early age of eight and possessed very fluency in Arabic language. His primary education was at the home town of Tareem from the school of sheikh.

In MalabarEdit

His uncles, Hasan Jifri and Sheikh Jifri left to Malabar for the sake of propagation and influenced the natives of Malabar in very short period. Sayyid left to the coast of Malabar by ship from Sheharmukalla in his 17th age and reached in Calicut in hijra 1183 Ramadan 19. Later he settled in Mambaram and then so called Mamburam Thangal as well as Arabi Thangal. He became famous after prediction he had done during the early period of his settlement in Malabar.

Family lifeEdit

Hasan Jifri, the family member of Sayyid Alavi, reached Malabar coast for propagation and fetched high popularity by his idle life. During his last time he said to Jamaludin Maqdoomi, then Quazi of Tirur, to marry his daughter to a youth that will come from Tarim. after the arrival of Sayyid Alavi, Jamaludin Maqdoomi married Fatima to this charismatic young prodigy hailing from Tarim after attracting in his personal qualification in Hijra 1183 Rabeel Avval. He stayed for a short period in his bride house but later shifted to permanent maliyakal house nearby Mamburam Juma Masjid. he had two daughter in this spouse, Sharifa Alaviya and Sharifa, later known as Kunhbivi. After the demise of Fatima he tied the knot with Fatima, the daughter of Sayyid Aboobacker Madani of Kovl Kandi Ambarkand of Koyilandi. He had sole son in this relation, Fazal Pookoya Thangal . In his 50th age he married Ayisha from Tanur and had two daughters, Swaliha and Fathima. His three spouse left this mortal world in his lifetime and he then married Swalaiha, from Sile of Indonesia.

In the spiritual worldEdit

Sayyid Alavi Mauladaveela followed the Bualawi Thareeqath, sub branch of Quadriya Thareeqath, related to the saint Abdul Quadir Aljeelani . He was recognised as Qutub Zaman (leader of valiyes, saint in century) by the Sunni world. He suggested spiritual treatment for his disciple as well as infidel that consulted him. He was being consulted for personal issues as well as social and was considered as greatest leader in the horizon of spiritual world. There was a huge crowd follower for this prodigy. He provided elas (chain consisted of some divine things).

Sayyid Alavi in the path of struggleEdit

When the Mappilas attacked with inspiration of Alavi Mauladhavila, British government became frightened. he provided military practice with gun and sophisticated weapons ensuring a new generation capable for war. The following are major mophla outrages under the inspiration of Sayyid Alavi

  1. Eranad riot in November 20, 1836
  2. Eranad riot in April 15, 1837
  3. Paruthan riot in April 19

DemiseEdit

Sayyid Alavi Mouladaveela became ill in Hijra 1259 following to an injury in his leg. Many doctors and Vaidyars suggested medicine but he left this mortal world in Sunday Hijra 1260 Muharram 7 (AD1845) and was buried in Mambaram.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Ashraf NlknWebsite. Retrieved on 2012-11-07.
  2. History Website. Retrieved on 2012-11-07.
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