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Our forefather Hakeem Mian Jalal-ud-
Din Lahori was official Hakeem as well
as political and religious advisor to
Mughal Empire, at the time of King
Muhammad Akbar (3rd Mugha l
Emperor). In year 1582, when King
Muhammad Akbar introduced Deen-e-
IIlahi ("Religion of God"), various
Muslim scholars, including Hakeem
Mian Jallal-ud-Din, responded by
declaring this to be blasphemy to Islam.
He opposed Deen-e-IIlahi, left King
Muhammad Akbar (from Dehli), shifted
to Lahore and stared his practice of
King Jehangir (4th Mughal Emperor)
un l i k e h i s f a t h e r , wa s a mo r e
conventional Muslim. But he still
insisted on full prostration by all his
subjects. Sheikh Ahmad (known as
Mujaddid Alif Sani) refused to prostrate
before him, as result of which he was
imprisoned at Gwalior Fort for two years
until the Emperor realized his mistake.
Ha k e em J a l l a l - ud - D i n a c t i v e l y
participated in the movement of Sheikh
Ahmad. King Jehangir then not only
released Sheikh Ahmad, but also recalled
him to Agra. King Jehangir thereafter
r e t r a c t e d a l l u n - I s l a m i c l a w s
implemented by King Muhammad
Akbar. King Jehangir also awarded
10,000 Acres Land of "Parganah
Hakarah" to Hakeem Jallal-ud-Din
against his previous services to Mughal
Empire. Hakeem Jallal-ud-Din served the
people of "Parganah Hakarah" for the
rest of his life.
He built 20 Kanal Fort for his residential
and security purposes. He preached and
promoted Islam in the area. It was Hidu
and Sikh dominated area so conflicts
withMuslims were very common.
From 15th Century
(From the Dairy of my Grandfather, Hakeem Mian Qamar-uz-Zaman Saklainee)