Idris Badruddin

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Template:Shortdesc Template:EngvarB Template:Infobox religious biography Shahzada Idris Badruddin[1][2][3][4] is the fourth son of Mohammed Burhanuddin II,[5] the 52nd Dai al-Mutlaq of Dawoodi Bohras, a branch of Tayyabi Mustaali Ismaili Shi'a Islam.

Personal life

Idris Badruddin was born on 9 February to Mohammed Burhanuddin and Aisaheba Amatullah.


From third left (to right): Taha Najmuddin, Husain Burhanuddin, Ammar Jamaluddin, Qaidjoher Ezzuddin, Narendra Modi, Mufaddal Saifuddin, Idris Badruddin, Vidyasagar Rao, Devendra Fadnavis, Qusai Vajihuddin in Mumbai on 2 January 2015.

Badruddin is the Ameer (Template:Lit) of Idaratul Attalim,[6] a department of Dawoodi Bohra community for spiritual and temporal education. Badruddin is the President of Burhaniyah Business Counseling Centre (BBCC),Template:R[7] a NGO to facilitate trade and commerce in the community,[8] founded by his father[9] on June 6 2007.[10] BBCC organizes Burhani Expo, an international exhibition for businesses,[11][12] and International Industrial and Trade Fair.[13]

Badruddin heads the initiative.[14]

In recent years, Badruddin had conducted Ashara Mubaraka sermons Toronto.Template:R

Badruddin led hajj as Ameer al-Hajj (Template:Lit) of the Dawoodi Bohras in 1994Template:R and 2016.Template:Citation-needed

Badruddin was one of the witnesses of nass on his brother Mufaddal Saifuddin by Mohammed Burhanuddin at Cromwell Hospital in London, 2011 along with his brothers Qaidjoher Ezzuddin, Qusai Vajihuddin, and Ammar Jamaluddin.[15]


  1. "Bohra spiritual leader gets a warm welcome in Dubai". UAE: Khaleej Times. 25 Dec 2006. 
  2. "Shahzada Idris bhaisaheb Badruddin DM Departs". Toronto. 27 Jan 2010. "Shahzada Idrisbhaisaheb Badruddin DM will depart Toronto for Mumbai by Emirates Airlines On Wednesday, January 27, 2010. During this memorable trip, Syedi Saheb observed Ashara Mubaraka here and provided fuyuzaat and barakaat to mumineen." 
  3. Motamar al-Alam al-Islami (2004). "March 2004". The Muslim World, Issues 1-12. University of Michigan. p. 9. 
  4. "Dawoodi Bohras community head calls on PM". Islamabad: Samaa. 9 Oct 2017. 
  5. Blank, Jonah (2001). Mullahs on the Mainframe: Islam and Modernity Among the Daudi Bohras. University of Chicago Press. p. 328. ISBN 9780226056777. 
  6. Sadriwala, Maryam (24 July 2017). "Shahzada Idrees Bhai saheb Badruddin DM Visits Badri High School". "What added to the exuberance was the news that Shahzada Idrees bhai saheb Badruddin DM Ameedut Taleem was to visit Badri High School." 
  7. "Burhani Expo in Dubai". Dubai. 
  8. Manoj R Nair (7 Jul 2007). "Bohras set up their own business counselling centre". Mumbai: Mumbai Mirror. 
  9. "Syedna: Symbol of piety, peace for Dawoodi Bohras (Obituary)". IANS. 17 Jan 2014. 
  10. Brinda Majithia (15 Jul 2010). "Promoting the spirit of entrepreneurship among young Bohras". Zee News. 
  11. Abdul Hameed (13 July 2009). "Burhani Expo 2009: a global trade show in Mumbai by Bohra community". Mumbai: Two Circles. 
  12. "Burhani Expo promotes global business in Dubai". Dubai: Gulf News. 1 Feb 2008. 
  13. "Ashok Chavan inaugurates the BURHANI EXPO 2010". India Info Line. 2 Jul 2010. 
  14. "About Us". 
  15. "مثال – نص داعي الطيب منصور اليمن على المولى عقيق اليمن – 19 شهر رمضان 1432هـ" (in ar). Mumbai: Alvazaratus Saifiyah. 2011.