Deputy nazeer ahmed in urdu
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Nazir Ahmad Dehlvi
He wrote many books and novels. Bangor, UP. His father name was Molvi Saadat Ali. Deputy Nazir had married with the grand-daughter of Molvi Abdul Khaliq. He had one son and two daughters. Deputy Nazir Ahmad got his early education from his father. At this place, his teacher was Molvi Abdul Khaliq.
Until the age of nine, he was homeschooled in Persian and Arabic. To further Nazir's prowess over Arabic, in , his father took him to Delhi to study under the guidance of Maulvi Abd ul-Khaliq at the Aurangabadi Mosque. Nazeer's family was greatly opposed to sending boys to educational institutions running on western lines and urged that education should be confined within the walls of the mosque. However, on his visit to Delhi college one day, he was offered a scholarship to complete his studies at the college. He took advantage of the opportunity and enrolled in Delhi college in Taylor, receiving regular education of Arabic literature, philosophy, Math and English. During his time at the mosque at Delhi, Nazir also discreetly arranged his own marriage, to Maulvi Abd ul-Khaliq's granddaughter.