About Mufti Sahab

Presently serving as Head of Darul Ifta and teacher of Hadith sciences at Darul Uloom Alipore, Navsari, Gujarat, India

Shaykh Mufti Muhammad Inamul Haq Naqshbandi completed his Aalim studies in 1407 AH/1987 AD from Darul Uloom Deoband, India. In addition to the Aalim degree, he also acquired a Masters in Arabic Literature after spending one or more year at his alma matter. Following the conventional studies, he went to the famous Madressa Riyazul Uloom of Jonpur(U.P.) to obtain Takhassuss degree, thereby graduating as a Mufti. He currently teaches advance books such as the Sahih of Imam Muslim, Mishkat-ul-Masabeeh and Hidayah at Darul Uloom Alipore. He has also authored many books on the topics of Islamic Jurisprudence and Spirituality that can be read online on this website in the Books section.

In 1413 AH/1993 AD Mufti Inamul Haq became a disciple of Shaykh Maulana Abrarul Haq (r.a.) of Hardoi, India to obtain spiritual benefits which he continued to derive from his Shaykh his demise.

After the demise of his Shaykh, Mufti Muhammad Inamul Haq did not give up his desire for spiritual benefit and attached himself right after with Shaykh Altaf Husain of Dhaka, Bangladesh, who was an authorized representative of Hakeemul Ummah Shaykh Maulana Ahsraf Ali Thanvi(r.a). Shaykh Altaf Husain awarded him authorization in all four paths of Tasawwuf, namely Chistia, Qadria, Naqshbandia and Suharwardiyah

Despite having received ijazah from his second Shaykh, Mufti Sahab felt further need for progress on the path and hence could not stay behind when introduced to Shaykh Zulfiqar Ahmed Naqshbandi (DB) of Pakistan. He gave bait to Shaykh Zulfiqar in the blessed city of Makkah Mukarramah and after a period of only 2 years, earned spiritual authorization (khilafta and ijazah) in the Naqshbandi Mujaddidi order of Tazkiyah and Ehsan from the Shaykh in 2007.

Mufti Muhammad Inamul Haq stays engaged in spreading the message of spiritual purification among all different classes of the Ummah, young, old, educated and middle class, as well as not s educated and financially well to do members of the community. At the same time, Mufti Muhammad Inamul Haq also runs a Darul Ifta (an institution of giving Islamic legal opinions) under which he helps resolve religious queries of the general body of Muslims.

- Mohammed Aasif (USA)