Kottumala Aboobacker Musliyar

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Original short description: "Muslim scholar"

Kottumala Aboobacker Musliyar
Born Aboobacker
Paringotpulam, Malappuram, Kerala, India
Died July 31, 1987
Malappuram, Kerala, India
Nationality India
Known for Former General Secretary of Samstha Kerala Islam-Matha Vidyabyasa Board
Spouse(s) Fathima
Children One son and two daughter

Kottumala Aboobacker Musliyar (Arabic:كود ملا ابوبكر مسليار, Malayalam: കോട്ടുമല അബൂബക്കര്‍ മുസ്‌ലിയാര്‍) widely known in Sheikuna Kottumala, was the veteran leader of Samastha Kerala Jamiyyathul Ulama and General Secretary of Vidyabyasa Board, educational wing under the organization.

Early life

He was born to Kunnali Haji and Fathima in 1918 at Peringotpulam[no citations needed here] village near Malappuram. He studied his primary classes at his native land, and later went to Parappanangadi Panayathil Darse (masjid based college) under Maulana Abdul Ali Musliyar, then celebrated expert in classical text. By 1943, he completed his post-graduation in Islamic classical text from Vellore Baqiyath Swalihath. He tied the knot with Fathima, the daughter of Komu usthad who was member of samastha mushavara body. He was blessed with two daughter and two sons. late Kottumala Bappu Musliyar, who was active member of Samastha and principal of Rahmaniyya Arabic College, Katameri is his son.


After post-graduation, he commenced a Darse (masjid based college) in Kottumala of Oorkam village with three student and later the institution became famous by arrival of new students like MM Basheer Musliyar and EK Hasan Musliyar. In 1956, he was appointed as chief Mudarris ( religious mentor) in Parappanangadi Panayathil Masjid and was the founder Mudarris of Pattikad Jamiya Nooria, the reputed Arabic college in Malabar region established 1963. He rendered his service as principal in Pattikad Jamiya Nooria during period of 1977 to 1987. He was accompanied by Shamsul Ulama and Pathi Musliyar in his anti-dissident operation. In 1951, he was joined in Msuhavara board (consultation body) of Samastha Kerala Jamiyyathul Ulama and continued the post until his demise. In February 23, 1957, he was elected as general secretary of Samastha Kerala Mata Vidyabyasa Board, the largest private education agency in Kerala and continued the post until his demise.[1]


He died on July 31, 1987 and is buried at nearby Juma Masjid at Kalambadi.