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Kazi Ahmed

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Subject: Daulatpur, Sindh, Shaheed Benazir Abad District, Nawabshah, List of talukas of Sindh, Sindh
Collection: Populated Places in Sindh, Shaheed Benazir Abad District
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Kazi Ahmed

Kazi Ahmed also written as Qazi Ahmad is a town in Shaheed Benazir Abad District (formerly Nawabshah District), Sindh province, Pakistan. It lies on the national highway between MORO and SAKRAND cities. Kazi Ahmed is well known about his famous garden (NAZ BAGH). About 250 years ago Sain Haji Qazi Ahmed migrated from DIM Sharif to Mail Kandi now called Qazi Ahmed.Qazi Ahmad (RA) bestowed upon his following disciples so graciously that among them over 360 established their own dargahs in Sindh, Punjab & other parts of India.



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