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Baba Shah Jamal
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{{Use dmy dates|date=March 2018}}{{Use Pakistani English|date=March 2018}}{{multiple issues|{{confusing|date=July 2014}}{{context|date=July 2014}}{{more footnotes|date=July 2014}}{{more citations needed|date=July 2014}}}}{{Sufism}}Syed Shah Jamal (1588–1671) was a Sufi saint.Syed Shah Jamal was born in 1588 CE. He is also known as Hussaini Syed. His father's name was Syed Ahmad Shah bin Syed Shah Dolat Qattal (Dolat Khishan).Syed Shah Jamal was the 7th descendant of Makhdoom Syed Sadruddin Rajan Qattal, who was a son of Makhdoom Syed Sultan Ahmad Kabir Bin Makhdoom Syed Jalaluddin Surkh-Posh Bukhari. Syed Shah Jamal belonged to the school of Qadiriyyah and Suhrawardiyya.He lived in Lahore's neighbourhood of Ichra at the time of Mughal emperor Akbar the Great. The emperor, along with the council of his advisers, introduced the Din-i-Ilahi ("Divine Faith") a syncretic religion intended to merge the best elements of the religions of his empire (primarily Hinduism and Islām; elements were also taken from Christianity, Jainism and Zoroastrianism) and thereby reconcile the sectarian differences that divided his subjects. Syed Shah Jamal fought against Akbar’s Din-i-Ilahi and brought the people back to orthodox Islam. The saint died in 1671 CE and was buried at Shah Jamal Colony Tomb of Shah Jamal near Muslim town, opposite to Forman Christian (FC) College. The area has been named after Shah Jamal in his honour to commemorate his painstaking role to keep the originality of Islam.

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