Madrassa Nizamiya was NOT established in 1645 AD.
Madrassa Nizamiya was established in 11th century
Please check Hujjatul-Islam Imam Ghazali (450 – 505 hijri)
(1058 – 1111 AD) was professor in Madrassa Nizamiya in Baghdad
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After the conquests of Sultan Mahmood Ghaznavi (1030) and his descendants, the current area of Pakistan became
the part of Ghazni. The last Ghaznavi descendants made Lahore their capital. During these periods, Madrasahs (
schools) and Khanqahs (training centers) flourished. Shah Hussain Zanjani (1040) and Sheikh Ali Bin Othman Hajweri,
popularly known as Daata Gunj Bukhsh (1009-1072), established their centers in Lahore.
Muizuddin Muhammad Ghauri Ibn Sam, popularly known as Shahabuddin Ghori (died 1206) had established a Muslim
State in India in 1192 (589 hijri of Islamic calendar), and the education attained prime importance under his rule. This
education-friendly king established first Madrasah in Delhi,
named Madrasah Moizziya. The next ruler and the founder of slave dynasty, Qutbuddin Aibak (1206-1210) established a
Madrasah in Ajmer (presently a city in the State of Rajasthan,India) that was called “the hut of two and half
days”(Dhai din kaa Jhonprah). Nasir uddin Qabacha established a Madrasah in Uchch. After these
establishments, Madrasah was a movement, a fashion, and spread out very fast in all the corners of Muslim India. At the
period of Sultan Muhammad Tughlaq (1350), historian Isami writes, “Delhi was the proud competitor of Bukhara and
Baghdad (two most educationally advanced cities of the time).” The Egyptian historian Maqrizi writes, “In the period of
Shah Muhammad Tughlaq, there were one thousand Madrasahs in Delhi. Teachers had been receiving high
scholarships from the king’s funds. Riyazi (Mathematics) and Maaqoolat (Philosophy and Physical Sciences) were taught
along with Deeni (divine, religious) education.”
Madrassa nizamia was NOT established in 1645 A.D.in Baghdad.
Madrassa nizamia was established in 11th century by Khawja NizamulMulk. Abū Ḥāmid Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Ghazālī (c. 1058–1111)
450 – 505 Hijri); was professor in Nizamiyya madrasa in Baghdad
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Madrassa nizamia was NOT established in 1645 A.D.
Madrassa nizamia was established in 11th century by Khawja NizamulMulk. Abū Ḥāmid Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Ghazālī (c. 1058–1111) (450 – 505 Hijri); was professor in Nizamiyya madrasa in Baghdad
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