He belonged to a sufi and Islam oriented family. His Late father tufyl junayde was a sufi, a landowner by his ancestors and by profession a medicine specialist. He had jumped into the line of tassawuff at an early age. Javed Ghamidi had an influence and impression of his father. Ghamidi received his early education from pakpattan.
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He belonged to a sufi and Islam oriented family. His Late father tufyl junayde was a sufi, a landowner by his ancestors and by profession a medicine specialist. He had jumped into the line of tassawuff at an early age. Javed Ghamidi had an influence and impression of his father. Ghamidi received his early education from pakpattan. During his early education javed ahmed was also taught Arabic, Persian and Aloom ul Quran at home.
Later he moved to Lahore to attain formal education. In Lahore he had graduation in English literature and philosophy from government college Lahore. In the Later career javed Ahmad ghamidi appeared as a Muslim theologian, a philosopher and an Islamic modernist.
Javed had worked as legal adviser to Government for intruding Islamic law in country law. A number of books had been written by him including, al-bayan, meezan, maqamat, Al Islam and many more. Javed is currently running an Islamic movement to introduce Islam in modern values.
He has also been criticized by many ullema and mufti for being a liberal. Ghamidi had to leave Pakistan for strong criticism and threat to life of him and many others related to him. According to him he wish to come back Pakistan when the matters are settled down. He addresses on private channel in an Islamic program. Here you can listen all of his bayans in a very high quality.
Ghamidi - Centre of Islamic Communication
His family village settlement was in a town called Dawud in Sialkot. After the death of his father, Nur Ilahi, Tufayl Junaydi became interested in medicine and spent the rest of his life in that area. To follow the path of tasawwuf mysticism , Tufayl Junaydi stepped into this valley at the young age of about twenty, and for the rest of his life remained an epitome of commitment and sincerity to his chosen course. He died in
After matriculating from a local school, he came to Lahore in where he is settled ever since. He did his BA honours part I in English Literature from the Government College, Lahore in and studied Islamic disciplines in the traditional manner from various teachers and scholars throughout his early years. He taught Islamic studies at the Civil Services Academy for more than a decade from to Read More