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== Education ==
 
== Education ==
 
Fakhruddin did [[B.Sc]] in Deeni Education.<ref name=Badre1439> {{Cite magazine|title=Badre Muneer|url=https://www.magzter.com/IN/NEELAM-PUBLICATIONS/BADRE-MUNEER/Home/267218|lang=GU |access-date=15 Jul 2020 |date=6 April 2019 |publisher=Neelam Publications |location=Mumbai |pages=20-24 |via=magzter.com}}</ref>
 
Fakhruddin did [[B.Sc]] in Deeni Education.<ref name=Badre1439> {{Cite magazine|title=Badre Muneer|url=https://www.magzter.com/IN/NEELAM-PUBLICATIONS/BADRE-MUNEER/Home/267218|lang=GU |access-date=15 Jul 2020 |date=6 April 2019 |publisher=Neelam Publications |location=Mumbai |pages=20-24 |via=magzter.com}}</ref>
== Career ==
 
In 1987, Fakhruddin was appointed as the one of rector of [[Aljamea tus Saifiyah]].<ref>{{Cite web|title=Al Jamea tus Saifiyah|url=https://jameasaifiyah.edu/}}</ref>
 
  
Fakhruddin was joint Vice-Chairman of the [[Bhendi Bazaar]] development project trust – the SBUT – which aims to turn this neglected area into a model of urban smart-city design.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Dawoodi Bohra|url=https://www.thedawoodibohras.com/2018/02/14/obituary-shahzada-abbas-bhaisaheb-fakhruddin/}}</ref>
 
 
Fakhruddin was deeply involved in the administration of Aljamea-tus-Saifiyah and Anjuman e Shiate Ali from Badri Mahal in [[Mumbai]].<ref>{{Cite web|title=Dawoodi Bohra|url=https://www.thedawoodibohras.com/2018/02/14/obituary-shahzada-abbas-bhaisaheb-fakhruddin/}}</ref>
 
 
Fakhruddin also oversees the reconstruction of Badri Mahal.<ref name=Badre1439> {{Cite magazine|title=Badre Muneer|url=https://www.magzter.com/IN/NEELAM-PUBLICATIONS/BADRE-MUNEER/Home/267218|lang=GU |access-date=15 Jul 2020 |date=6 April 2019 |publisher=Neelam Publications |location=Mumbai |pages=20-24 |via=magzter.com}}</ref>
 
 
Fakhruddin led [[Hajj]] [[Pilgrimage]] known as [[Amirul Hajj]] in 2010.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Fakhruddin appointed as Amirul Hajj|url=
 
https://www.zeninfo.in/akhbar/huzurala-tus/yemen/3814}}</ref>
 
 
Fakhruddin has conducted Ashara Mubaraka sermons in [[Karachi]]{{citation-needed|date=July 2020}}, [[Chennai]] and [[Ahmedabad]].<ref>{{Cite web|title=Fakhruddin in Chennai|url=https://www.zeninfo.in/akhbar/saadat-kiraam/madras/147}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title=Fakhruddin in Ahmedabad|url=https://www.zeninfo.in/akhbar/saadat-kiraam/ahmedabad/10057}}</ref>
 
 
Among the many philanthropic initiatives of the Dawoodi Bohra Community, Fakhruddin was charged with ''Marafiq Burhaniyah''; designed to uplift social, economic, health, religious and educational standards in small town areas. In Karachi he set up the ''Shareka Fakhriyah'', a rent-sharing investment scheme that has since been replicated in [[India]] as ''Shareka Burhaniyah Saifiyah''.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Dawoodi Bohra|url=https://www.thedawoodibohras.com/2018/02/14/obituary-shahzada-abbas-bhaisaheb-fakhruddin/}}</ref>
 
 
Fakhruddin was an avid photographer and is said to have a vast collection of historical photographs of the community over the decades. He was also responsible for the audio recordings from his father [[Taher Saifuddin]]’s era which are extant.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Dawoodi Bohra|url=https://www.thedawoodibohras.com/2018/02/14/obituary-shahzada-abbas-bhaisaheb-fakhruddin/}}</ref>
 
 
Fakhruddin accompanied the then Mazoon al-Dawat, [[Mohammed Burhanuddin]] on the first visit by any Community official to [[London]] in 1959. He was also with him on the tour of [[North Africa]] to ancient Fatemi sites and relics in 1969.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Dawoodi Bohra|url=https://www.thedawoodibohras.com/2018/02/14/obituary-shahzada-abbas-bhaisaheb-fakhruddin/}}</ref>
 
 
In 1980, with the inauguration of [[Al-Hakim Mosque]] in [[Cairo]] his managerial prowess became more widely known when he organized the catering for the 10,000 Bohras who converged on the city in the Moharram of 1401AH. It was no small feat in a place where the Bohras had no established infrastructure and the majority of its workers were Gujarati speakers in an Arab speaking country which itself has no previous exposure to Indian culture and similarly six years later in 1986, he also organised when 150,000 records gathering Moharram sermon held in [[Indore]].<ref>{{Cite web|title=Dawoodi Bohra|url=https://www.thedawoodibohras.com/2018/02/14/obituary-shahzada-abbas-bhaisaheb-fakhruddin/}}</ref>
 
  
 
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Template:Shortdesc Template:EngvarB Template:Infobox religious biography Shahzada Abbas Fakhruddin was the son of Taher Saifuddin, the 51st Dai al-Mutlaq of Dawoodi Bohras, a branch of Tayyabi Mustaali Ismaili Shi'a Islam.

Personal life

Abbas Fakhruddin was born on 15 April 1937 (15 Safar 1358) to Taher Saifuddin and Amina Aisaheba. He died on 14 February 2018.[1]

Education

Fakhruddin did B.Sc in Deeni Education.[2]


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