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Pir Sadardin

Pir Sadardin or Pir Sadruddin was a fourteenth-century Ismaili Da'i and is regarded as the founder of the Khoja Ismaili sect, also called Satpanth. Born in Persia, Sadardin later travelled to the Indian sub-continent, settled in the Sindh area, founded the Khoja community and developed the Khojki script.[1]

Works

  • Aradh
  • Athar Ved
  • Bawan Ghati
  • Bawan bodth, so Kirya and Sahi Samrani
  • Budh Avatar
  • Buj Nirinian
  • Das Avatar
  • Du'a
  • Gayantri
  • Ginan
  • Girbhavali
  • Girbhavali
  • Khat Darshan
  • Khat Nirinjan
  • Saloko
  • Surat Samacha
  • Vinod[2]

References

  1. ^ "Pir Sadardin". Institute of Ismaili Studies. Retrieved 22 September 2018.
  2. ^ Lakhani, J. H. "Pir Sadardin". www.ismaili.net. Retrieved 22 September 2018.