ISLAM and MUSLIMS IN INDIA

      

General Information

Republic of India

National name: Bharat

Land area: 1,147,949 sq mi (2,973,190 sq km); total area: 1,269,338 sq mi (3,287,590 sq km)

Population (2008 est.): 1,147,995,898

Capital (2003 est.): New Delhi, 15,334,000 (metro. area), 9,817,439 (city proper)

Largest cities: Bombay (Mumbai), 18,336,000 (metro. area), 11,914,398 (city proper); Calcutta (Kolkata), 14,299,000 (metro. area), 4,760,800 (city proper); Bangalore, 4,461,100; Madras (Chennai), 4,382,100; Ahmedabad, 3,653,700; Hyderabad, 3,585,600; Kanpur, 2,631,800

Monetary unit: Rupee

Principal languages: Hindi 30%, English, Bengali, Gujarati, Kashmiri, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Kannada, Assamese, Sanskrit, Sindhi (all official); Hindi/Urdu; 1,600+ dialects

Ethnicity/race: Indo-Aryan 72%, Dravidian 25%, Mongoloid and other 3% (2000)

Religions: Hindu 81%, Islam 13%, Christian 2%, Sikh 2% (2001)

National Holiday: Republic Day, January 26

Literacy rate: 61% (2005 est.)

Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2007 est.): $2.989 trillion; per capita $2,700. Real growth rate: 9.2%. Inflation: 6.4%.

One-third the area of the United States, the Republic of India occupies most of the subcontinent of India in southern Asia. It borders on China in the northeast. Other neighbors are Pakistan on the west, Nepal and Bhutan on the north, and Burma and Bangladesh on the east.

The country can be divided into three distinct geographic regions: the Himalayan region in the north, which contains some of the highest mountains in the world, the Gangetic Plain, and the plateau region in the south and central part. Its three great river systems—the Ganges, the Indus, and the Brahmaputra—have extensive deltas and all rise in the Himalayas.

One of the earliest civilizations, the Indus Valley civilization flourished on the Indian subcontinent from c. 2600 B.C. to c. 2000 B.C. It is generally accepted that the Aryans entered India c. 1500 B.C. from the northwest, finding a land that was already home to an advanced civilization. They introduced Sanskrit and the Vedic religion, a forerunner of Hinduism. Buddhism was founded in the 6th century B.C. and was spread throughout northern India, most notably by one of the great ancient kings of the Mauryan dynasty, Asoka (c. 269–232 B.C.), who also unified most of the Indian subcontinent for the first time.

In 1526, Muslim invaders founded the great Mogul Empire, centered on Delhi, which lasted, at least in name, until 1857. Akbar the Great (1542–1605) strengthened and consolidated this empire. The long reign of his great-grandson, Aurangzeb (1618–1707), represents both the greatest extent of the Mogul Empire and the beginning of its decay.

Vasco da Gama, the Portuguese explorer, landed in India in 1498, and for the next 100 years the Portuguese had a virtual monopoly on trade with the subcontinent. Meanwhile, the English founded the East India Company, which set up its first factory at Surat in 1612 and began expanding its influence, fighting the Indian rulers and the French, Dutch, and Portuguese traders simultaneously.

Bombay, taken from the Portuguese, became the seat of English rule in 1687. The defeat of French and Mogul armies by Lord Clive in 1757 laid the foundation of the British Empire in India. The East India Company continued to suppress native uprisings and extend British rule until 1858, when the administration of India was formally transferred to the British Crown following the Sepoy Mutiny of native troops in 1857–1858.

After World War I, in which the Indian states sent more than 6 million troops to fight beside the Allies, Indian nationalist unrest rose to new heights under the leadership of a Hindu lawyer, Mohandas K. Gandhi, called Mahatma Gandhi. His philosophy of civil disobedience called for nonviolent noncooperation against British authority. He soon became the leading spirit of the Indian National Congress Party, which was the spearhead of revolt. In 1919, the British gave added responsibility to Indian officials, and in 1935, India was given a federal form of government and a measure of self-rule.

In 1942, with the Japanese pressing hard on the eastern borders of India, the British War Cabinet tried and failed to reach a political settlement with nationalist leaders. The Congress Party took the position that the British must quit India.

Islamic History and Muslims

Islam in India is the second-most practiced religion after Hinduism. There are approximately 154 million Muslims in India's population as of 2008 (according to government census 2001), i.e., 13.4% of the population. Currently, India has the second or third largest population of Muslims in the world.

History

Muslim conquest in the Indian subcontinent


The emergence of Islam in the region is concurrent with the Turko-Muslim invasion of medieval India (which includes large parts of present day Pakistan and the Republic of India), where these rulers took over the administration of large parts of India. Since its introduction into India, Islam has made significant religious, artistic, philosophical, cultural, social and political influences to Indian history.

In modern times the Muslims of South Asia have had a turbulent history within the region. After the Lahore Resolution of 1946, Muslim League politicians achieved a Muslim-majority state known as Pakistan after independence from British rule. In modern times, the Muslim populations of India and Pakistan are roughly even. The previous President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam, two more before him, and numerous other politicians are Muslims, as are numerous sports and film celebrities within India. Isolated incidences of violence nonetheless have occurred between the Muslim populations and the Hindu, Sikh and Christian populations.

Contrary to popular belief, Islam came to South Asia long before Muslim invasions of India. Islamic influence first came to be felt in the early 7th century with the advent of Arab traders. Trade relations between Arabia and the subcontinent are very ancient. Arab traders used to visit the Malabar region, which was a link between them and ports of South East Asia, to trade even before Islam had been established in Arabia.

According to Historians Elliot and Dowson in their book The History of India as told by its own Historians, the first ship bearing Muslim travelers was seen on the Indian coast as early as 630 AD. H.G. Rawlinson, in his book: Ancient and Medieval History of India claims the first Arab Muslims settled on the Indian coast in the last part of the 7th century AD. Shaykh Zainuddin Makhdum’s “Tuhfat al-Mujahidin” also is a reliable work.This fact is corroborated, by J. Sturrock in his South Kanara and Madras Districts Manuals, and also by Haridas Bhattacharya in Cultural Heritage of India Vol. IV. It was with the advent of Islam that the Arabs became a prominent cultural force in the world. The Arab merchants and traders became the carriers of the new religion and they propagated it wherever they went.

The first Indian mosque was built in 612 A.D, at the behest of Cheraman Perumal, during the life time of Muhammad (c. 571–632) in Kodungallur by Malik Bin Deenar.

In Malabar the Mappilas may have been the first community to convert to Islam because they were more closely connected with the Arabs than others. Intensive missionary activities were carried out along the coast and a number of natives also embraced Islam. These new converts were now added to the Mappila community. Thus among the Mapilas, we find, both the descendants of the Arabs through local women and the converts from among the local people.

In the 8th century, the province of Sindh (Pakistan) was conquered by Syrian Arabs led by Muhammad bin Qasim. Sindh became the easternmost province of the Umayyad Caliphate.

In the first half of the 10th century, Mahmud of Ghazni added the Punjab to the Ghaznavid Empire and conducted several raids deeper into modern day India. A more successful invasion came at the end of the 12th century by Muhammad of Ghor. This eventually led to the formation of the Delhi Sultanate.

Islam in states

Assam


Muslims constitute nearly one-third of the state population (30.9%), the second highest after Jammu & Kashmir. They account 8,240,611 of the state total population of 26,655,528. Goapara, Dhubri, Barpeta, Nagaon, Karimganj and Hailakandi are some of the Muslim concentration districts of Assam.

The indigenous Muslim community of the Brahmputra Valley, locally known as Garias, accounts 35 lakh. The term Gariya is believed to have been derived from the word gaur, the then Muslim capital of Bengal, from where the Muslims trace their origin. They have a history of 800 years in Assam. A series of campaigns by Muslim rulers from Bengal and Delhi took place from the 13th to the 17th centuries. The indigenous Muslims or the Garias are mainly the descendants of the Muslims who stayed back after these campaigns. They settled down by marrying local girls.

The history of the Muslims of South Assam or Barak Valley goes back to 13th century.There the first evidence of the large scale Muslim settlement is found in modern Karimganj District. It was in 1303 A.D. when Hazrat Shahjalal the famous Sufi Saint of Bengal and Assam conquered Sylhet and he asked at least six of his followers to spread Islam in the Karimganj region. It is noteworthy that Karimganj was a part of Sylhet till 1947. Shah Badar from whom the name of Badarpur originated;Adam Khaki, Shah Ziayuddin, Shah Sikandar, etc. According to the tradition there are some others sufis like Asim Shah, Shaban Shah were the companions of Shahjalal. Since then large number of Muslims belong to the Turko-Afghan tribes attracted to this far land. Malik Mohammad Turani is one such person who migrated from Turan in central Asia to Badarpur locality, and after defeating ruler of a small tribal principality established his rule at Deorail, his grandson Malik Pratb curved out a new principality Pratabgarh that covered almost all the areas of Karimganj. The most important settlement of Muslims taken place during the Mughal-Afghan conflict. Large numbers of Afghans belong to Karrani tribe mainly settled down to avoid the direct control of Mughals. However, it is not that Islam spread in Kaimganj only the neighbouring areas of Cachar and Hailakandi came intouch of Muslim societal expansion. At least two of the companions of Shahjalal choose those areas.Still their graveyards veneratd by the thousnads of Hindu-Muslim followers. The works of those Sufis brought a large numbers of local into the fold of Islam since the early 13th century. These Muslims along with their fellows of undivided Sylhet gradually came to known as the Sylheti Muslims dring the time British rule. Presntly the population of the Sylheti Muslims of Assam is around 15 Lakhs.

The earliest record of Muslim settlement in the Brahmputra valley region dates back to the campaign of Nawab of Bengal Alauddin Hussain Shah (1493-1519), who after overpowering the ruler of Kamrup in 1498 annexed it. Sultan Ghiyasuddin, who was appointed governor of the occupied territory established a Muslim colony in Hajo. When Turbak, a Muslim general from Bengal invaded Assam in 1532 Muslims troops, numbering around 900 were taken as prisoners. They were later settled in Assam. Morias, a class of the indigenous Assamese Muslims found mainly in Kamrup, Sivasagar and Lakhimpur regarded themselves as the descendants of these captive Muslims. They still today regard Turbak as traditional chief. They manufacture household utensils from brass and bell-metal and are associated with it still today.

Muslims in large scale emigrated in western part of Assam when Koch Hajo, comprising the present districts of Kamrup and Goalpara region from 1613 to 1667 by the Mughals. Hajo became a stronghold and headquarters of the Mughals. It was during this period of Mughal occupation that Muslim military generals and nobles were conferred fiefs or military jagirs in this region.

The Assamese kings also introduced and patronised learned and skilled Muslims. Scholarly Muslims were attached to the Ahom court as scribes, known as Parsi-parhias; and the royal mint was also by and large under the supervision of Muslim officials. Many of the Assamese kings and queens struck coins with Persian legends engraved on them. Muslim artisans and craftsmen were incorporated into khanikar khel, a guild or a functional class of artisans. Some of the Muslim functional classes incorporated in the khel were Khargharia or manufacturers of gun-powder, Senchowa or hawk-trainers, Mistri or carpenters and ivory workers, Rahankara or dyers and painters, Rajmistry or architect and craftsman, Darji or tailors, Jola or cotton cloth weavers, Hil garha ustad or maker of steel and copper cannon, Karsipar bankara or cloth-embroiders, etc.

Many from the local population were also believed to have converted to Islam through the preaching of the several Pirs who visited and settled down in Assam. Many of these preachers accompanied the invading Muslim troops. They were patronised by the Assamese kings, by granting pir-pal lands (revenue free lands) and stipends and even bearing the cost of the maintenance of the shrines of popular Pirs. The names of some of the prominent Pirs who took to preaching and proselytising activities in Assam are Ghiyasuddin Auliya, Hasrat Osman Gani; Shah Akbar, Shah Sufi, Shah Kamal, Shah Pagmar and Shah Sharan, popularly known as Panch Pir; Baba Langar Shah; Sawal Pir, popularly known as Bandar Pir; Komaldya Khunkar Muhammad Gain, Azan Pir, among others. Their dargahs are visited by people of all faiths to fulfil their prayers even today. Even urs (anniversaries) of many Pirs are held every year.

The immigrant Muslims are, by and large, the descendants of those Muslim farmer-migrants who emigrated mainly from Mymensingh, Rangpur, Pabna and Bogna districts of Eastern Bengal (now Bangladesh ) in the 19th and 20th centuries. They took to cultivation by reclaiming the fertile wastelands of Assam. Sharp social divisions between indigenous Muslims and the migrant Muslims developed from the late 19th century. These two broad groups hardly enter into matrimonial relations. The indigenous Assamese Muslims are mainly concentrated in upper part of Assam whereas the migrant Muslims mainly in lower part of Assam.

Kerala and Tamil Nadu

Malik Ibn Dinar and 20 others who were the followers of Prophet Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam, first landed in Kodungallur in Kerala when they came to India. Islam received royal patronage in some states here, and later spread to other parts of India. He was gifted a defunct Jain temple by the local ruler, where he established the first mosque in the Indian subcontinent. The exact date of its establishment is not known but is believed to be in 629 CE. Though, generally it is considered to be the second mosque of the world to make Jumma Prayer after the mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia. His missionary team then went on to build 10 other mosques along the Malabar coast including the ones at Kollam, Chaliyam,Pantalayini Kollam/Quilandi, Madayi/Pazhayangadi, Srikandhapuram,Dharmadom, Kasaragode,Mangalore and Barkur. Some reports suggest that the ancient mosques at Chombal, Kottayam,Poovar and Thengapattanam were also built during this time.

After the fall of Chola Dynasty, the newly formed Vijayanagara Empire invited the Seljuk Turks from Ottoman Empire from the Fractions of Hanafi (Known as Rowther in South India) for trade link in 1279 AD, then biggest armada of Turks traders and missionaries settled in Tharangambadi (Nagapattinam), Karaikal, Muthupet, Koothanallur and Podakkudi. Turks (Rowthers) were unable to convert Hindus in Tanjore regions. The Turks settled in this area's with their armada and expanded to a moderate size of Islam community with population of almost 1 million Rowthers. These new settlements were now added to the Rowther community. Hanafi franctions having fair complexions because they were more closely connected with the Turkish than others in South. There are some Turkish Anatolian and Turkish Safavid Inscriptions found in wide area from Tanjore to Thiruvarur and in many villages, inscriptions seized by Madras Museum and available for public viewing. You may contact Archeologic Division  at Madras Museum, for viewing and further research.

Later in the 1300 AD Arabs settles in the areas of Nagore, Kilakkarai, Adirampattinam, Kayalpatnam, Erwadi and Sri Lanka this peoples may have been the first Shafi Fractions (Known as Marakkar in Far South and Coastal area of South India) community of Islam. Shafi Fractions also have mixed fair and darker complexion because they were more closely connected with the Arabs than others in South. Arab traders also opened many new villages in these areas and settles. Intensive missionary activities were carried out along the coast and a number of natives like Malaya and Indonesia also embraced Islam. Arabs (Marakkar's) missionaries marries local women's and convert them to Islam. This conversion made Marakkars to be a very big Islamic community of almost 2.5 million peoples.

Sufism and spread of Islam


Sufis (Islamic mystics) played an important role in the spread of Islam in India. They were very successful in spreading Islam, as many aspects of Sufi belief systems and practices had their parallels in Indian philosophical literature, in particular nonviolence and monism. The Sufis' unorthodox approach towards Islam made it easier for Hindus to practice. Hazrat Khawaja Muin-ud-din Chisti, Nizam-ud-din Auliya, Shah Jalal, Amir Khusro,Sarkar Sabir Pak,Waris Pak trained Sufi groups for the propagation of Islam in different parts of India. Once the Islamic Empire was established in India, Sufis invariably provided a touch of colour and beauty to what might have otherwise been rather cold and stark reigns. The Sufi movement also attracted followers from the artisan and untouchable communities; they played a crucial role in bridging the distance between Islam and the indigenous traditions. However there is also evidence of fanatical and violent conversions carried out by Sufi Muslims. Ahmed Sirhindi, Naqshbandi Sufi passionately advocated Peaceful conversion of Hindus to Islam.

Role of Muslims in India's independence movement


The contribution of Muslim revolutionaries, poets and writers is documented in India's struggle against the British. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Hakim Ajmal Khan and Rafi Ahmed Kidwai are Muslims who engaged in this purpose. Muhammad Ashfaq Ullah Khan of Shahjehanpur conspired to loot the British treasury at Kakori (Lucknow). Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan (popularly known as Frontier Gandhi), was a great nationalist who spent 45 of his 95 years of life in jail; Barakatullah of Bhopal was one of the founders of the Ghadar party which created a network of anti-British organizations; Syed Rahmat Shah of the Ghadar party worked as an underground revolutionary in France and was hanged for his part in the unsuccessful Ghadar (mutiny) uprising in 1915; Ali Ahmad Siddiqui of Faizabad (UP) planned the Indian Mutiny in Malaya and Burma along with Syed Mujtaba Hussain of Jaunpur and was hanged in 1917; Vakkom Abdul Khadar of Kerala participated in the "Quit India" struggle in 1942 and was hanged; Umar Subhani, an industrialist and millionaire of Bombay provided Gandhi with congress expenses and ultimately gave his life for the cause of independence. Among Muslim women, Hazrat Mahal, Asghari Begum, Bi Amma contributed in the struggle of freedom from the British.

The period starting from 1498 saw the rise of the naval and trading power of the European countries, as they increasingly projected their naval power and expanded their trading interests over the Indian subcontinent. Subsequently with the advent of the Industrial Revolution in Britain and in Europe, the European powers gained a significant technological and commercial advantage over the decaying Mughal Empire. They gradually began increasing their influence on the subcontinent.

Hyder Ali, and later his son Sultan Tipu were early to understand the threat of the British East India Company and resisted it. However, Tipu Sultan was finally defeated at Srirangapatnam in 1799. In Bengal, Nawab Siraj ud-Daulah faced the expansionist aims of the British East India Company and fought the British. However, he lost at the battle of Plassey in 1757. After the First war of Independence, which is popularly known as Sepoy Mutiny of 1857,the upper class Muslims were targeted by the Britishers the most, as under their leadership the war was mostly fought in and around Delhi. Thousands of kith and kins were shot or hanged near the gate of Red Fort, Delhi, which is now known as 'Khooni Darwaza'(the bloody gate). The renowned Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib(1797-1869) has given a vivid description of such massacre in his letters now published by the Oxford University Press 'Ghalib his life and letters'compiled and translated by Ralph Russel and Khurshidul Islam(1994).

As the Muslim power waned with the gradual demise of the Mughal Empire, the Muslims of India faced a new challenge - that of protecting their culture and interests, yet interacting with the alien, technologically advantaged power. In this period, the Ulama of Firangi Mahal, based first at Sehali, District Barabanki, and since 1690s based in Lucknow, educated and guided the Muslims. The Firangi Mahal led and steered the Muslims of India. The moulanas and moulvis (religious teachers) of Darul-uloom, Deoband (UP) also played significant role in freedom struggle of India declaring subjugation of an unjust rule is against Islamic tenets.

Other famous Muslims who fought for freedom under the British Raj: Maulana Azad, Hakeem Ajmal Khan, Hasrat Mohani, Dr. Syed Mahmud, Professor Maulavi Barkatullah, Dr. Zakir Husain , Saifuddin Kichlu, Allama Shibli Nomani, Vakkom Abdul Khadir, Dr. Manzoor Abdul Wahab, Bahadur Shah Zafar, Hakeem Nusrat Husain, Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan, Samad Achakzai, Colonel Shahnawaz, Dr. M.A.Ansari, Rafi Ahmad Kidwai, Fakhruddin Ali Ahmad, Ansar Harwani, Tak Sherwani, Nawab Viqarul Mulk, Nawab Mohsinul Mulk, Mustsafa Husain, VM Ubaidullah, SR Rahim, Badruddin Tyabjee, and Moulvi Abdul Hamid.

Until the 1930s Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a member of the Indian National Congress and was part of the freedom struggle. Dr. Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal, poet and philosopher, was a strong proponent of Hindu - Muslim unity and an undivdided India until the 1920s.

Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar and Maulana Shaukat Ali struggled for the emancipation of the Muslims in the overall Indian context, and struggled for freedom alongside Mahatama Gandhi and Maulana Abdul Bari of Firangi Mahal. Until the 1930s, the Muslims of India broadly conducted their politics alongside their countrymen, in the overall context of an undivided India.

In the late 1920s, recognising the different perspectives of the Indian National Congress and that of the All India Muslim League, Dr. Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal presented the concept of a separate Muslim homeland in India in the 1930s. Consequently, the All India Muslim League raised the demand for a separate Muslim homeland. This demand was raised in Lahore in 1940 (Known as the Pakistan Resolution). Dr. Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal had passed away by then, and Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan,Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, and many others led the Pakistan Movement.

Initially, the demand for separate Muslim homeland(s) was within a framework of a large, independent, undivided India with autonomous regions governed by the Muslims. A number of other options to give the Muslim minority in India adequate protection and political representation in a free, undivided India, were also debated. However, when no common formula leading to early independence of India from the British Raj could be agreed between the Indian National Congress, the All India Muslim League, and the British colonial government, the All India Muslim League pressed unequivocally with its demand for a completely independent, sovereign country, Pakistan.

Law and politics


Muslims in India are governed by "The Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application Act, 1937." It directs the application of Muslim Personal Law to Muslims in marriage, mahr (dower), divorce, maintenance, gifts, waqf, wills and inheritance.The courts generally apply the Hanafi Sunni law, with exceptions made only for those areas where Shia law differs substantially from Sunni practice.

Although the Indian constitution provides equal rights to all citizens irrespective of their religion, Article 44 recommends a Uniform civil code. The attempts by successive political leadership in the country to integrate Indian society under common civil code is strongly resisted and is viewed by Indian Muslims as an attempt to dilute the cultural identity of the minority groups of the country. Thus in India there exists the unique situation where proponents of a secular law are deemed fascist while those who support the separate Sharia law for Indian Muslims are considered secular. The All India Muslim Personal Law Board was established for the protection and continued applicability of “Muslim Personal Law” i.e. Shariat Application Act in India.

Hindu-Muslim conflict


India has always maintained a constitutional commitment to secularism. Since the colonial period, Hindu-Muslim relations in India have been marred by communal violence. The aftermath of the Partition of India in 1947 saw large scale sectarian strife and bloodshed throughout the nation. Since then, India has witnessed sporadic large-scale violence sparked by underlying tensions between sections of the Hindu and Muslim communities. These conflicts also stem from the ideologies of Hindu Nationalism versus Islamic Extremism and prevalent in certain sections of the population.

More Muslims have usually been killed than Hindus in inter-community violence in India, while many Hindus have been persecuted in neighboring Muslim states and in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. In all the communal riots since 1947, factually contested official police records reveal that three-quarters of lives lost and properties destroyed were Muslim, a figure that climbed to 85% during the 2002 riots in Gujarat. Nevertheless, it is to be noted that most of the Muslims of India remained in their homeland while many Hindus felt forced to migrate from Pakistan to India or Abroad.

Violence against Hindus East Pakistan, seeing the transmigration of over two million Hindus from 1950 to 1969, and also that of many Urdu speaking Muslims from the newly formed Bangladesh to West Pakistan during and after the 1971 crisis. The birth of Bangladesh witnessed unparalleled violence against Hindus as well when nearly three million Bangladeshis were killed and another 10 million sought refuge in India, the majority of them were Hindu. In addition, Islamist attacks on Hindus in Kashmir such as the Wandhama massacre and Kaluchak Massacre contributed to the rising communal tensions in the region. The ethnic cleansing of the Hindu Kashmiri Pandits from the region by Islamists worsened the situation. The Indian military stationed in Kashmir has been accused by Pakistan, as well as human rights advocacy groups, of atrocities against the Muslim population in the region.

The sense of communal harmony between Hindus and Muslims in the post-partition period has been compromised in the last decade with the razing of the disputed Babri Mosque in Ayodhya. The demolition took place in 1992 and was allegedly perpetrated by the Hindu Nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party and organizations like Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad. This was followed by tit for tat violence by Muslim and Hindu fundamentalists throughout the country including Bombay with the Bombay Riots and also the 1993 Bombay Bombings, amongst those allegedly involved in these atrocities were the Muslim Mafia don Dawood Ibrahim and the predominantly Muslim D-Company criminal gang.

In 2001 a high profile attack on the Indian Parliament by Islamic militants created considerable strain on community relations.

Some of the most violent events in recent times took place during the infamous Gujarat riots in India where it is estimated one thousand people were killed, most of whom allegedly Muslim, some sources claim there were approximately 2000 Muslim deaths and 1558 Hindu deaths, there were also allegations made of state involvement. The riots were in retaliation to the Godhra Train Burning in which 50 Hindus belonging to group called the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, returning from the disputed site of the Babri Mosque, were burnt alive in a train fire at the Godhra railway station. The incident was allegedly a planned act carried out by revengeful and extremist Ghanchi Muslims in the region against the Hindu pilgrims according to Gujarat police.The commission appointed to investigate this finding declared that the fire was an accident. In 2006 the High Court decided the constitution of such a committee was illegal as another inquiry headed by Justice Nanavati Shah was still investigating the matter. The Nanavati Shah commission is yet to conclude its inquiry and recently declared that it is not going to give an interim report in the meantime.The Gujarat riots that took place in retaliation for the incident swiftly took the state out of control, with the killing of Muslims by angry mobs of Hindus. Several Hindu Nationalist groups and government ministers (including the chief minister of Gujarat state, Narendra Modi) have been accused of direct involvement in the anti-Muslim riots.

Muslim-Hindu conflicts have also been fomented due to the mushrooming of Islamic Extremist organisations like SIMI (Students Islamic Movement of India) whose goal is to establish Islamic rule in India. Other Pakistan based groups such as the Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed have been fomenting bias in the local Muslim populace against Hindus. These groups are believed by many to be responsible for the 11 July 2006 Mumbai train bombings, in which nearly 200 people were killed. Such groups also attacked the Indian Parliament in 2001, declared parts of Indian Kashmir to be Pakistani in 1999 and have orchestrated numerous other attacks including constant attacks in Indian Kashmir and bombings in the Indian capital New Delhi. In the meantime, the toll of innocent Muslims and Hindus at the altar of communal strife continues to mount.

As per Professor M.D. Nalapat (Vice-chairman of the Manipal Advanced Research Group, UNESCO Peace Chair, and professor of geopolitics at Manipal University), the reason for "Hindu - Muslim" conflict is "Hindu Backlash" or "partial" secularism, in which only Hindus are expected to be secular while Muslims and other minorities remain free to practice exclusionary practices. India.

Prominent Indian Muslims

* There have been three Muslim presidents of India, Dr. Zakir Hussain, Dr Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed and Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.

* India has also had some very popular Muslim actors: Dilip Kumar, Shahrukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Salmaan Khan and Saif Ali Khan are some of the most popular stars in Bollywood

* Sania Mirza, from Hyderabad is a highest-ranked Indian woman tennis player. In Cricket (which is the most popular game in India), there are many players who have made their mark. Some of them are Mushtaq Ali, Nawab of Pataudi, Mohammad Azharuddin, Zaheer Khan and Irfan Pathan.

Muslims are also playing pivotal roles in the advertising industry, film industry (Bollywood), modern art, academics, theatre and sports. Some large industries like Wipro Ltd., Wockhardt, Himalaya health care, Hamdard Laboratories and Mirza Tanners are owned by Muslims.
Muslims are represented in Indian politics. For details on parliamentary representation see Muslims in Parliament of India.

Muslim institutes


There are several well established Muslim institutes in India. Here is a list of reputed institutes established by Muslims.

* Modern Universities and institutes: Aligarh Muslim University, , Dar-us salam educattion trust (which has colleges like deccan college of engineering, Deccan school of hospital management, Deccan college of Medical sciences), Jamia Millia Islamia, Hamdard University,Al- Barkaat Educational Institutions, Maulana Azad Education Society Aurangabad, Dr. Rafiq Zakariya Campus Aurangabad]], Al Ameen Educational Society,Crescent Engineering College and Al-Kabir educational society.
* Traditional Islamic Universities: Sunni Markaz Kerala (the largest charitable, non governmental, non-profit Islamic institution in India), Raza Academy, Al jamiatulAshrafia, Azamgarh, Darul Uloom Deoband and Darul-uloom Nadwatul Ulama.


Aligarh Muslim University

Population statistics


Islam is India's largest minority religion, with Muslims officially constituting 13.4% of the country's population, or 138 million people as of the 2001 census. However, unofficial estimates claim a far higher figure supposedly discounted in censuses. For instance, in an interview with a well circulated newspaper of India The Hindu Justice K.M. Yusuf, a retired Judge from Calcutta High Court and Chairman of West Bengal Minority Commission, has said that the real percentage of Muslims in India is at least 20%.

pro Hindutva people say in their reports that the Muslim population has reached 30%.

The largest concentrations-about 47% of all Muslims in India, according to the 2001 census--live in the 3 states of Uttar Pradesh (30.7 million) (18.5%), West Bengal (20.2 million) (25%), and Bihar (13.7 million) (16.5%). Muslims represent a majority of the local population only in Jammu and Kashmir (67% in 2001) and Lakshadweep (95%). High concentrations of Muslims are found in the eastern states of Assam (31%) and West Bengal (25%), and in the southern state of Kerala (24.7%) and Karnataka (12.2%). Muslims are generally more educated, urban, integrated and prosperous in the Western and Southern states of India than in the Northern and Eastern ones; this could be due to partition when the more affluent and educated population migrated over the border to Pakistan in the North and Bangladesh (then East Pakistan) in the East. India has the third largest Muslim population (after Indonesia and Pakistan) and also the second largest Shia Muslim population (after Iran) in the world.

The analysis on religious data, among the six major religious communities, shows that the decadal growth of the Muslims was the highest (36.0%) in the 2001 census. This statistic suggested that while the growth rate for Hindus has fallen between 1991 and 2001 compared with 1981 and 1991, Muslims have actually grown faster in the last decade, this led Indian media and different parties raising an alarm at the growing number of Muslims and expressing concern about the demographic imbalance and overpopulation, which the Indian government is desperately trying to stop democratically.

A grave objection to this theory is the fact that the 1991 census did not include Jammu & Kashmir, the only Muslim majority state and strife-torn Assam, while the 2001 census does include Jammu & Kashmir. Adjusted for this, the Muslim growth rate plunges from 36 per cent to 29.3 per cent.

Muslims praying by the historic Charminar after filling the Makkah Masjid, congregations of more than two hundred thousand pray on special occasions there.

Islamic traditions in South Asia

The Barelvi school to which over two-thirds of India's 15 crore Muslims subscribe to and who follow the Islam enriched by its contact with fertile local cultures, revere the Prophet and revel in Sufi traditions like dargah visit, music and mysticism.

Manzar-e-Islam Bareilly and Al Jamiatul Ashrafia are most famous Seminary of Barelwi Muslims. Darul-Uloom Deoband is the most influential Deobandi seminary in India. Sufism is a mystical path (tarika) as distinct from the legalistic path of the sharia. A Sufi attains a direct vision of oneness with God, often on the edges of orthodox behavior, and can thus become a Pir (living saint) who may take on disciples (murids) and set up a spiritual lineage that can last for generations. Orders of Sufis became important in India during the thirteenth century following the ministry of Moinuddin Chishti (1142-1236), who settled in Ajmer, Rajasthan, and attracted large numbers of converts to Islam because of his holiness. His Chishtiyya order went on to become the most influential Sufi lineage in India, although other orders from Central Asia and Southwest Asia also reached to India and played a major role in the spread of Islam. In this way, they created a large literature in regional languages that embedded Islamic culture deeply into older South Asian traditions.

The leadership of the Muslim community pursued various directions in the evolution of Indian Islam during the twentieth century. The most conservative wing has typically rested on the education system provided by the hundreds of religious training institutes (madrasa) throughout the country, which have tended to stress the study of the Qur'an and Islamic texts in Arabic and Persian but little else. Several national movements have emerged from this sector of the Muslim community. The Jamaati Islami (Islamic Party), founded in 1941, advocates the establishment of an overtly Islamic government. The Tablighi Jamaat (Outreach Society) became active after the 1940s as a movement, primarily among the ulema (religious leaders), stressing personal renewal, prayer, a missionary spirit, and attention to orthodoxy. It has been highly critical of the kind of activities that occur in and around Sufi shrines and remains a minor if respected force in the training of the ulema. Conversely, other ulema have upheld the legitimacy of mass religion, including exaltation of pirs and the memory of the Prophet. A powerful secularising drive led by Syed Ahmad Khan resulted in the foundation of Aligarh Muslim University (1875 as the Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College)-with a broader, more modern curriculum, and other major Muslim universities.

Indo Islamic art and architecture

Indian architecture took new shape with the advent of Islamic rule in India towards the end of the 12th century AD. New elements were introduced into the Indian architecture that include: use of shapes (instead of natural forms); inscriptional art using decorative lettering or calligraphy; inlay decoration and use of coloured marble, painted plaster and brightly coloured glazed tiles.

In contrast to the indigenous Indian architecture which was of the trabeate order i.e. all spaces were spanned by means of horizontal beams, the Islamic architecture was arcuate i.e. an arch or dome was adopted as a method of bridging a space. The concept of arch or dome was not invented by the Muslims but was, in fact, borrowed and further perfected by them from the architectural styles of the post-Roman period. Muslims used a cementing agent in the form of mortar for the first time in the construction of buildings in India. They further put to use certain scientific and mechanical formulae, which were derived by experience of other civilizations, in their constructions in India. Such use of scientific principles helped not only in obtaining greater strength and stability of the construction materials but also provided greater flexibility to the architects and builders. One fact that must be stressed here is that, the Islamic elements of architecture had already passed through different experimental phases in other countries like Egypt, Iran and Iraq before these were introduced in India. Unlike most Islamic monuments in these countries, which were largely constructed in brick, plaster and rubble, the Indo-Islamic monuments were typical mortar-masonry works formed of dressed stones. It must be emphasized that the development of the Indo-Islamic architecture was greatly facilitated by the knowledge and skill possessed by the Indian craftsmen, who had mastered the art of stonework for centuries and used their experience while constructing Islamic monuments in India.

Islamic architecture in India can be divided into two parts: religious and secular. Mosques and Tombs represent the religious architecture, while palaces and forts are examples of secular Islamic architecture. Forts were essentially functional, complete with a little township within and various fortifications to engage and repel the enemy.

Mosques: The mosque or masjid is a representation of Muslim art in its simplest form. The mosque is basically an open courtyard surrounded by a pillared verandah, crowned off with a dome. A mihrab indicates the direction of the qibla for prayer. Towards the right of the mihrab stands the mimbar or pulpit from where the Imam presides over the proceedings. An elevated platform, usually a minaret from where the Faithful are summoned to attend prayers is an invariable part of a mosque. Large mosques where the faithful assemble for the Friday prayers are called the Jama Masjids.

Tombs: Although not actually religious in nature, the tomb or maqbara introduced an entirely new architectural concept. While the masjid was mainly known for its simplicity, a tomb could range from being a simple affair (Aurangazeb’s grave) to an awesome structure enveloped in grandeur (Taj Mahal). The tomb usually consists of a solitary compartment or tomb chamber known as the huzrah in whose centre is the cenotaph or zarih. This entire structure is covered with an elaborate dome. In the underground chamber lies the mortuary or the maqbara, in which the corpse is buried in a grave or qabr. Smaller tombs may have a mihrab, although larger mausoleums have a separate mosque located at a distance from the main tomb. Normally the whole tomb complex or rauza is surrounded by an enclosure. The tomb of a Muslim saint is called a dargah. Almost all Islamic monuments were subjected to free use of verses from the Holy Quran and a great amount of time was spent in carving out minute details on walls, ceilings, pillars and domes.

Islamic architecture in India can be classified into three sections: Delhi or the Imperial style (1191 to 1557AD); the Provincial style, encompassing the surrounding areas like Jaunpur and the Deccan; and the Mughal style (1526 to 1707AD).

The Taj Mahal

Charminar

The Masjid-i-Jahan Numa

Taj Mahal mosque or masjid

The Khas Mahal.

Jehangiri Mahal.


Muslims in Parliament of India

Muslims in India are 13.4% of total population. Their representation in Lok Sabha is 6.7% (36/534 current members) and in Rajya Sabha is 10.3% (25/242 current members).

Religious demographics

80.5% of the Indians are Hindus, with 13.4% of the population Muslim, making India home to the third-largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia and Pakistan. India also contains the majority of the world's Zoroastrians, Sikhs and Jains. Other religious groups include Christians (2.3%), Buddhists (0.8%), Jews and Bahá'ís.

Historic Mosques of India

Cheraman Juma Masjid, Kodungalloor, Kerala

Cheraman Perumal Juma Masjid, believed to be the first Masjid in India

Cheraman Perumal Juma Masjid, believed to be the first Masjid in India

Believed to be the first mosque in India, Cheraman Juma Masjid where the Juma prayers were started is situated in Methala Village of Kodungalloor taluk in the state of Kerala. Built around 629 AD, the mosque is unique in its appearance as it is based on a mixture of Arab and traditional Kerala art and architecture.

The Oral tradition is that the Arab world had trade contacts with Kerala coast from very early times. Interaction with the Arabs brought Cheraman Perumal (the last Chera king to rule Cheranad (ancient Kerala)) closer to Islam. Later the king partitioned his kingdom among several chieftains for smooth governance, went to Mecca and converted to Islam and accepted the name Thajuddin. He married the sister of King of Jeddah and settled down there. As the tradition goes, Cheramanperumal, when he was convinced of his imminent death, wrote letters to his relatives in Kerala seeking their help to propagate the tenets of Islam in Kerala. After his death, when Malik Bin Dinar (a disciple of Prophet Mohammed and a contemporary of Cheraman Perumal) came to Kerala, he brought the letters written by Perumal. The rulers of Kerala honoured the letter and permitted Malik Bin Dinar and his fellow Arab Muslim traders to establish mosques at different places in Kerala. This mosque at Kodungallur was the first to be established and Malik Bin Dinar himself became the first Ghazi of the mosque. Later Malik Bin Dinar appointed his son Habib Bin Malik as the next Ghazi, travelled all around Kerala establishing mosques in different parts of the state.

Jama Masjid, Delhi

Jama Masjid situated in the ancient town of Old Delhi, 1 km west of Red Fort is one of the grand architectural examples of the Mughal era. The mosque is India's largest mosque and the last architectural work of the Mughal Emperor Shajahan which is much simpler than his other secular buildings.

Built between 1644 and 1658 AD, the mosque has three gateways, four angle towers and two minarets standing 40 m high. 5,000 laborers were employed for six years to complete its work in 1656. Designed by Ustad Khalil, the great sculptor of his time, it was built at the cost of 10 lakh (1 million) Rupees. Commonly called as Friday Mosque (as 'Jama' means Friday, which is the holy day of the Muslims) the mosque is made of red sandstone and marble.

Macca Masjid, Hyderabad

Makkah Masjid late 19th Century

Makkah Masjid late 19th Century

Mecca Masjid is one of the oldest and the biggest mosques located in Hyderabad, India. The mosque is believed to contain sacred relics, one of which is the hair of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. The bricks were brought from Holy Mecca, which were built into the central arch and hence the name. The courtyard houses a large pond flanked by slab seats.
The Mecca Masjid is a listed heritage building but lack of maintenance and ever growing pollution has withered and cracked the structure. It received a chemical wash in 1995.
It is located close to the historic Charminar, Chowmahalla Palace and Laad Bazaar.Zeenat Baksh Juma Masjid, Mangalore

When the Arab Muslim traders first set roots in the Malabar coast and around this city, they are said to have endeared themselves to the local populace very well. The prominent leader among them was Malik bin Deenar, who settled at Cranganore. Raja Cheruman Perumal of Malabar is believed to have offered them his gracious hospitality. One of the ten mosques allowed to be built by the Raja was the Zeenat Baksh mosque at Mangalore. It was inaugurated on Friday, 22 of Jumail Awwal month in 22 al Hijra, corresponding to year 644 AD, with the first Qadhi, Moosa bin Malik, son of Moosa bin Abdulla. This mosque is popularly known as Beliye Palli (meaning to grand mosque in dialect Beary bashe) among the local Muslim community, the Bearys.

Muslim culture of Hyderabad

The Muslim culture of Hyderabad refers to the culture associated with Muslims of Hyderabad State, India. With its origins in the Muslim Bahmani Sultanate and then Deccan sultanates, the culture became defined in the latter half of the reign of the Asif Jahi dynasty in Hyderabad. The culture exists today in Hyderabad and among the Hyderabadi Muslim diaspora around the world, in particular, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, USA, Canada and the United Kingdom.

The Deccan plateau acted as a bulwark sheltering South India from the invasions and political turmoil that affected North India. This allowed the Muslim-ruled state of Hyderabad to develop a distinctive culture during the Qutb Shahi dynasty and later the Asaf Jahi dynasty of the Nizams.

The Seventh Nizam was the richest man in the world in his period.

The Nizam was the Muslim ruler of the vast princely Hyderabad State. The capital city of Hyderabad was primarily Urdu-speaking Muslim until the Independence of India and subsequent rise to dominance of Telugu-speaking people of Andhra. The state's economy was agrarian, and Hyderabad was primarily a government and administrative hub, run mostly (but far from exclusively) by Muslims. The aristocracy, jagirdars and deshmukhs (wealthy landowners), and even minor government officials could afford to hire servants, usually also Muslims, in a social order similar to the class system of Victorian England. The Nizam allied himself with the British early on, with ensuing political stability. The Muslim upper and middle classes were free to concentrate on a care-free and leisurely lifestyle involving clothes, jewelry, food, music, literary arts, and other indulgences, little of which trickled down to the servant class, known as naukar (a word originally used for the Mughal Emperor Babur's closest feudal retainers).

The relative isolation of Hyderabad until Independence, its distinctive dialect of Urdu and the strong web of interconnecting family relationships that characterizes Hyderabadi Muslims sometimes leads to charges of parochialism from other Indian Muslim communities, but it also ensures a Hyderabadi Muslim identity endures among the Indian diaspora.

Hyderabad has both Sunni and Shi'ah Muslims, the majority of them being Sunni. The Sunni Muslims mostly follow the Hanafi school of Islamic Jurisprudence, although there are a few who follow the Shafi'i school of thought and mainly reside in areas close to Barkas, the former Military Barracks of the Nizam, an area where the residents are mainly of a Yemeni descent (especially from Hadhramawt). The Deobandi Tablighi Jamaat is also active. Salafism is slowly becoming popular with educated youth due to its appeal as a purer form of Islam than the local popular custom. The political Jamaat-e-Islami is also visible in the Mehdipatnam region where its large main mosque, Masjid e Azizia, is located.

Religious knowledge and its propagation flourished under the Nizam with institutions like the world famous Jamia Nizamia (Jami'ah Nizamiyyah) of Hyderabad. The largest Mosque of Hyderabad, the Makkah Masjid gathers congregations of two hundred thousand and more on special occasions of Eid prayers and especially of Jumu'at-al Wida' ( the last Friday of Ramadan )

  Islamic Centers and Organizations

A PRAYER TIMING BOARDS MANUFACTURING CO., New Delhi, DELHI
Phone: +91 9811109540

(SIO OF INDIA) Students Islamic Organization of India Unit Latur, latur, Kerala
URL: sio-india.org   Phone: 04952723927

Farooqiya Jama Masjid, Bombay, Maharashtra
Phone: 557903448

Jama MASJID Sodagaran jodhpur (raj), Jodhpur, Rajasthan


Islamic Research Foundation, Bombay, Mumbai
URL: http://www.irf.net/irf/main.htm   Phone: 22-3736875

Islahul Muslamin Madarsha, Siwan, Bihar


A A Hussain & Co. Book Sellers, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Phone: 040-2-320-2724

Ahle Hadees Jamiya Masjid, Sirsi, Karnataka


SHA ABDUL RHAMAN WAKFUN ALAL AWLATH, POONTHALANGUDI, Tamil Nadu
Phone: +91-4367 245495

AL MISBAH ISLAMIC BOOK SHOP, Bombay, MAHARASTRA
Phone: 00912226780093
  OLD RL MASJID, Erode
  & madrasha paripalana saba tiruppur, Tiruporur
  Aayesha Masjid ( Mumbra ), Bombay
  Abdul Wahab's Masjid, Ahmadabad
  Abdulrahiman Bavikere, Kasaragod Fort
  ABDUS-SALAM MASJID, Bombay
  ABOOBAKAR SIDDIQ (Rz) jamiya masjid, Malpe
  ABRAR MASJID, Margao
  ABU BAKAR MASJID, KONDHWA, Pune
  Adukkath Juma Masjid, Adukkath
  Ahle Hadees Jamiya Masjid, Sirsi
  Ahle Hadith Jamat, Bombay
  Ahle-Hadees Jama Masjid, Mominpura, Bombay
  Ahlehadith, Ranchi
  Ahlu Sunnath Wal Jama'ath, Madurai
  Ahlul Hadees Jama Masjid (Marol)., Bombay
  AHYA Call and Guidance Center, Mumbai
  Al Badriya Juma Masjid, Balehonnur
  AL FATHAH ORPANAGE, NAGAI
  Al Fazal, Ahmedabad
  Al Habeeb Mosque, Visakhapatnam
  Al Madina Masjid, Bombay
  Al Masjidhul Mahmoodia, Erode
  Al Minar Mosque, Ranchi
  Al Mubarak Masjid, Bangalore
  AL-Bilal Mosque, Ramnad
  AL-DARUL QUR'AN WA SUNNAH LIBRARY & EDUCATIONAL CENTER, Bombay
  Al-Falah Masjid Periapattanam, Ramanathapuram
  Al-Jamiul Azhar Jumma Masjid, KAYALPATNAM
  Al-Masjid KaziMohalla, Ratnagiri
  Al-Masjidul Ashraf, Nagercoil
  AL-Minar Mosque, Gaya
  Al-Wasiq Islamic Research & Guidance Centre مـــركـــز الــواثــق, AZAMGARH DISTRICT
  Alandur islamic library, Madras
  Alencherry Muslim Jama`at, Punalur, Kollam
  Alif Masjid, Himatnagar
  Aligarh Muslim University Jama Masjid, Aligarh
  Amaravila Muslim Jamath, Neyyattinkara
  Ambalathinkara Juma Masjid and Badariyya Yatheemkhana, Trivandrum
  Ameeruddin mosque, Kurnool
  Amina Masjid, Pune
  Anjuman Mosque, Thyagaraya Nagar
  Anjuman-E-Islamia, Darjeeling
  Annanagar Javed Mosque, Madras
  ANWARUL ISLAM MADRASSA, Malappuram
  Aqsa masjeed, Beed
  Arab Masjid Markaz Tabligh, Mahuva
  Arambram Juma Masjid, Calicut
  Army Masjid, Jhansi
 
Aroosiya Mosque, Kayalpatnam

  AS'SIRATUL MUSTAQEEM,ISLAMIC DA'WAH CENTER, Margao
  ASHRAF MOSQUE, Madras
  Ashraful Uloom Educational Society, New Delhi
  Ataala Masjid, Jaunpur District
  Atala Mosque, Jaunpur
  Athinhal juma masjid, Kannangad
  Auqaf Jamia Masjid Shopian, Shupiyan
  AZAD NAGAR MOSQUE, AMINJIKARAI, MADRAS, Madras
  Azeez Islamic Centre, Tirupati
  AZHARI JAMA MASJID, Ujhani
  Baawan Shahid Masjid, Nadiad
  Badar Juma Masjid, Kasarkod
  BADAR juma masjid, Kasaragod
  BADAR JUMA MASJID KUMBLA, Kasaragod
  Badi Masjid, Ahmadabad
  Badi Masjid, Tenali
  Badi masjid Goregoan(W), Bombay
  Badriya Masjid, Mudigere
  Baghcha Masjid, Mau Junction
  Bahadur Khan Mosque, Cuddapah
  Baitul uloom raja bazar, Calcutta
  Baitulmal, Gandhinagar
  Balaramapuram Town Juma Masjid, Trivandrum
  Balla Kadappuram Muslim Jama-ath, Kanhangad
  Bandra Grand Mosque, Mumbai
  Bandra jamma masjid, Bombay Bandra
  Barah Imam Masjid, Puna
  Barahpura Jama Masjid, Bhagalpur
  Bari Masjid, Katihar
  Bari masjid urdu bazar, Gorakhpur
  Bari Masjid(Big Mosque), Muradabad
  Bari Masjid, Azad Nagar, Jamshedpur
  Bazaar Masjid, Nungambakkam, Madras
  Beach Street Jummah Mosque, Adirampattinam
  Behlol Khan Gazi's Mosque, Dholka
  Bengale Baba Masjid, Mau Junction
  Big Jummah Masjid, Kayalpatnam
  big mosque, Kumbakonam
  Big Mosque, Alangudi
  Big Mosque, Virudunagar
  Big Mosque, Vattalkundu
  Big Mosque, Aduturai
  Big mosque, Madras
  Bilal Eidgah, Bangalore
  Bilal Masjid, Mau Junction
  Bilal Mosque, Kadayanallur
  Binanagar Masjid, Baroda
  Bismillah Masjid, Bangalore
  Bopodi Main Masjid, Pune
  Bostan Masjid, Bombay

Budamangalam Main Mosque, Koothanallur
  Buland Kuwan Masjid, Khandwa
  Busstand mosque, Arcot
  Butt Road Jumma Masjidh, Madras
  Buttaipet Masjid, Machilipatnam
  BUZURGA MASJID, Mariahu
  central mahallu juma masjid, Muvattupuzha River
  CHALIYATH MUSLIM JAMAATH-THEVALAKARA,KOLLAM DISTRICT, Kerala
  Chameli Masjid, Khambhat
  Champa masjid, Aurangabad
  Chand Tara Masjid Kinahavali, Shahapur
  Chand Tara Masjid Kinahavali, Bombay
  Charminar masjid, Bangalore
  Chauma Masjid, Gurgaon
  Chekkadi Mosque, Adirampattinam
  Chembirika Juma Masjid, Kasaragod
  Chemmad town masjid, Kerala
  CHERAMAN JUMA MASJID, Kodungallur
  ChinnapaliVasal (Masjid), Virudunagar
  Chinnapalli (Jumma masjid),
  Choti Char Minar Masjid, Bangalore
  Choti masjid, Daltonganj
  Chowk Mosque, Peranambattu
  Chunabhatti Masjid -- Markaz Tabligh, Bombay
  Chunnabhatti Masjid, Bombay Santa Cruz
  COMPANY BAG MASJID, Muzaffarpur District
  Dadar Mandi Juma Masjid, Patna City
  Dakhni Mohalla Masjid Trust, Bombay
  Dar Al-Tauheedدار التوحيد ـ جكيا حسين آباد, Chakia
  Darasgah Taleem-ul-Quran, Srinagar
  Darool uloom markaz, Imphal Turel
  DARUL AMANISLAMIC COMPLEX, Palakkad
  Darul Falah Masjid (Mumbra), Bombay
  Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama, Lucknow
  DARUL-HUDAA MASJID, Bhopal Junction
  Darul-uloom, Basti District
  Darul-uloom-Azizia, Bombay
  DarulFalah Masjid and madrasah, Mumbra
  Darunnajath Islamic Center, Karuvarakundu
  Dhatkidih Jama Masjid, Jamshedpur
  Discover Islam Educational Center, Bangalore City
  DSJ JUMMA MOSQUE, Coonoor
  Eidgah Masjid, Khandwa
  Eidgah Masjid, Bangalore
  Ek Minar Masjid, Aligarh
  Faize Aam Masjid, Mau Junction
  Farooqi Masjid, Dhoraji
  Farooqia Jama Masjid, Mumbai
  Farooqiya Jama Masjid, Bombay
  fatehgunj badi masjid, Baroda
 

FATHIMA MUSJID,, Tiruvarur
  Fathima(Rali)Masjid, Mannargudi
  Fatmi Maszid, New Delhi
  Fedaration Mousque, Ooty
  Fort Mosque (East), Salem
  Gavandi mohalla masjid, Kolhapur
  Gazali Masjid, Kasaragod
  Ghantiwad Masjid, Navsari
  GOVINDAKUDI JAMIA MASJID, Madras
  GRAND JUMMAA MASJID,, Nidur
  Gudimetta Masjid, Giddalur
  Gular wali Masjid, Kota
  Guntakal Juma Masjid, Guntakal
  Haddad Jumuath Masjid, Calicut
  Haddad nagar juma masjid, Kasaragod
  Haidros Juma Masjid, Kasaragod
  Haji Appa Thaika Mosque, Kayalpatnam
  Haji Sir Ismail sait Mosque, Bangalore
  Haji Sir Ismail sait Mosque, Bangalore City
  HAJIA-MOSQUE., Vijayawada
  HAL Mosque, Bangalore
  HALDIA DOCK MOSQUE, Haldia Dock
  Halwa Koonam Palli, Kozhikode
  Hanfia Jamia Masjid, Srinagar
  Hari Masjid, Bangalore
  Hari Masjid Chappal Bazar, Hyderabad-Deccan
  HASHMI MASJID, Udupi
  Headquarter masjid, Satara
  HERA MOSQUE, Ranchi
  Hidaayat Masjid., Kalyan
  Hidayatul Islam, Vayittiri
  HINDUSTANI MASJID, Bhiwandi
  Hosdurg Beach Jum`a Masjid, Kanhangad
  House of Peace, Bangalore
  Ibnul Qayyim Islamic Research & Guidance centre(IRGC), Madras
  IBNUL QAYYIM RESEARCH AND GUIDANCE CENTRE, Chennai
  IBRAHIM KHALEELULLAH MASJID, Cuddapah
  Ibrahim Masjid, Bhavnagar
  Ice House Mosque, Madras
  IDARAH DAWATUL HADEES, Calcutta Sealdah
  Idhgah Mosque, Madras
  IIT Mosque (formerly univesity mosque), Roorkee
  Ilayangudi Nesavupattatai Pallivasal Trust, Ilayangudi
  Inaam Masjid, Pune
  Indian Islahi Center, Changanacherry
  Indian Islahi Center, Changanacheri
  IRSHADUL MUSLIMEEN SANGHAM, Calicut
  IRSHADUL MUSLIMEEN SANGHAM, Koyilandi
  Islahi Campus, Manjeri
  Islam ganj masjid, Kotma
 

  Jama Masjid Amroha, Amroha
  Jama Masjid Basitia & Darul Qira`at Al Basitia, Hyderabad-deccan
  Jama Masjid Chandpur, Chandpur
  JAMA MASJID COMMITTEE, Jaipur
  Jama Masjid Islam Nagar, Darbhanga
  Jama Masjid Jamia MIllia Islamia, Dehi
  Jama Masjid Jangaon, Jangaon
  jama masjid khandwa m.p, Khandwa
  Jama Masjid Kharepatan, Bombay
  JAMA MASJID KHOIRUDDIN, Amritsar
  JAMA MASJID KURDHUNDA, Bombay
  JAMA MASJID KURDHUNDA, Mumbai
  Jama Masjid Mhasla, Mhasla
  Jama Masjid Paltan bazar, Dehra Dun
  jama masjid panoli, Panoi
  JAMA MASJID Powai, Bombay
  Jama Masjid Simri Bakhtiarpur, Simri Bakhtiarpur
  Jama MASJID Sodagaran jodhpur (raj), Jodhpur
  Jama Masjid, Jafar Nagar, Nagpur
  JAMA MASJID, JUGSALAI, Jamshedpur
  Jama Masjid, Lower Mohalla, Roha
  Jama Masjid, Mehmood Nagar, Malkapur
  Jama Masjid, Sadar, Nagpur
  Jama Masjid, Zakura, Srinagar
  Jama Masjid,Maripur, Muzaffarpur
  JAMA MASJID,MOMINPURA, Nagpur
  Jama Masjid,phal chowk, Dhampur
  Jama Masjid-E-Ahle Hadees, Mahboobnagar
  Jama Mosque, Bihar Sharif
  JAMA MSJID, Ranchi
  Jama'ate islami, Kuttippuram
  Jamaa Masjid Dighi, Dighi
  JAMAAT-E-GHURABA AHLE HADEES, Bombay
  Jamai Masjid, Bangalore City
  JAMA`MASJID HASNABAD, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Jame Masjid, Lajpur
  Jame Masjid, Dubak
  Jame Masjid Ahle Hadiths, Gulbarga
  JAME MASJID CHOWBARA BIDAR, Bidar
  Jame Musjid Tragpora, Tragpur
  JAMEA MASJID, Nagapur
  Jami Masjid, Tarkeshwar
  Jamia (Jumma) Masjid, Kurnool
  Jamia ahle hadish masjid, Villapurum
  JAMIA FAIZNUL QURAN AHMEDABAD, Ahmadabad
  JAMIA ISLAMIA, Bhatkal
  Jamia islamia bhatkal, Bhatkal
  Jamia Masjid, Serukadambur
  Jamia Masjid, Thattuvaanchery
  Jamia Masjid, MELAKAVERI
 

  Jamia Masjid, Aavur
  JAMIA MASJID, Kodigenahalli
  Jamia Masjid, Old Delhi
  Jamia Masjid, Tanjore
  JAMIA MASJID, Madras
  Jamia Masjid, Hubli
  Jamia Masjid, Elantangudi
  Jamia Masjid, Kelamangalam
  Jamia Masjid, Bangalore
  Jamia Masjid, Bhatkal
  Jamia Masjid, Nirmal
  Jamia Masjid, Arantangi
  Jamia Masjid, Srinivaspur
  Jamia Masjid, Ammapatnam
  Jamia Masjid, Jagtial
  JAMIA MASJID, Ayyampettai
  Jamia Masjid, Alvar Tirunagari
  Jamia Masjid, Abiramam
  Jamia Masjid, Ambagarattur
  Jamia masjid, Batmalina
  Jamia Masjid, Pakkam
  JAMIA MASJID, Gadag
  Jamia Masjid, Madras
  Jamia Masjid, Yelahanka
  Jamia Masjid, Devadanapatti
  Jamia Masjid, Secunderabad
  Jamia Masjid, Kurabalakota
  Jamia masjid, Nerul
  Jamia Masjid, Courtalam
  Jamia Masjid, Chrompet
  Jamia masjid, Bhadravati
  JAMIA MASJID, Thiruvarur
  Jamia Masjid, Ganguli
  Jamia Masjid, Bhubaneswar
  Jamia Masjid, Hutti
  Jamia Masjid - Madiwala, Bangalore
  Jamia Masjid Abu Bakar Siddiq, Hyderabad
  Jamia Masjid Ahl-e-Hadith, But
  JAMIA MASJID AHLE HADIS, Villupuram
  jamia masjid ahle sunnat o jamath, Bangalore
  Jamia Masjid Barzulla Baghat, Srinagar
  JAMIA MASJID BATHRI, Chennai
  Jamia Masjid City, Madanapalle
  Jamia Masjid City market, Bangalore
  Jamia masjid gangolli, Gangolli
  Jamia Masjid Khatija Begum SultanShahi, Hyderabad
  Jamia Masjid Nawayath Colony, Bhatkal
  Jamia Masjid Talab Khatikan, Jammu
  Jamia Masjid(Batri)-Royapettah, Madras
  Jamia Masjid,, Bangalore Urban
 

  Jamia Masjid, Androon Quilla, Raichur
  JAMIA masjid, Avoor, Tiruvannamalai
  Jamia Masjid, Azampura, Hyderabad
  Jamia masjid, bheriya, Bherya
  Jamia Masjid, Islampet, Vijayawada
  Jamia Masjid, Nowhata, srinagar, Srinagar
  Jamia mosque, Kakinada
  Jamia'ah Masjid, madukkur
  Jamiat Ahlihadith - Batmaloo, Srinagar
  Jamiathul Al-Quran Hadhish, Nagore
  Jamiatul Ulama-e-Hind, Ambarnath
  Jamiya Masjid, Karwar
  Jamiya masjid, Salem
  JAMIYA MAZID MEATTU STREET, Elananasur
  Jamiyathul Ahlil Quraan Wal Hadees, Nagercoil
  Jamli Mohallah Masjid, Cambay
  Jamma Masjid , Camp, Pune, Pune
  Jammia masjid, Kumbakonam
  Jammiyathul Ahlil Quaran val Hadees (JAQH), Tenkasi
  Jannathul Firdous Mosque, Chittarkottai
  Jannathul Firdous Mosque, Ramanthapuram
  JAQH MARKAZ, Salem
  jaqh markaz maniyannur, Salem
  Jayanagar 4th Block Masjid, Bangalore City
  Jum'a Big Mosque, Kayalpattinam
  Juma Masjid, Bombay
  Juma Masjid, Mankarai
  JUMA MASJID, Dungarpur
  Juma Masjid, Kanoor
  JUMA MASJID, Cochin
  JUMA MASJID, Palani
  Juma Masjid, Chandigarh
  Juma Masjid, Gurgaon
  juma masjid, Tellicherry
  Juma masjid, Chattanchal
  JUMA MASJID, Mavelikara
  Juma Masjid Balanthi Mogru, Vittal
  Juma Masjid Chennamangallur, Calicut
  Juma Masjid Committee, Kallekulangara, Palakkad-9, PALGHAT
  JUMA MASJID HATWA, Allahabad
  Juma masjid kappad, Calicut
  Juma Masjid Khabanpur, Allahabad
  Juma Masjid Padamugal, Cochin
  Juma Masjid Saatrasta, Bombay
  Juma Masjid,Adur, Adur
  Juma Small Mosque, Kayalpattinam
  Jumamasjid, Triknapuram - Malapp
  Jumma masjeed, Ooty
  Jumma Masjid, Bangalore
  Jumma Masjid, Bijapur

  JUMMA MASJID, Madras Thyagarayanagar
  JUMMA MASJID, Karisavayal
  JUMMA MASJID, KOONIMEDU
  Jumma Masjid, Kilakarai
  JUMMA MASJID, Harsol
  Jumma Masjid, Thiruvarur
  Jumma masjid, Nachikulam
  Jumma masjid Mangalore, Mangalore
  Jumma Masjid Vansda, Vansda
  Jumma Mosque, Kulasekarapatnam
  Kachahari Masjid, Buxar
  Kadarkarai Palli Jamath, Kilakarai
  KADAVATHUR VALIA JUMA MASJID, Kannur
  KADAVATHUR VALIAJUMA MASJID, Kanoor
  Kalacharappalli, Nagercoil
  Kalady Town Juma Masjid, Kaladi
  kalam kalvi sangam, Chidambaram
  kali masjed, Bidar
  kalmandapam shafia mosque, Madras Rayapuram
  Kalmandapam Shafia Mosque, Madras
  Kaloor Muslim Jama-ath, Cochin
  Kamarahti Jama Masjid, Calcutta
  Kamarhati Jama Masjid, Kamarhati
  Kamichery Jumuat Palli, Badagara
  KAMRUDDIN MASJID CAMP, Pune
  kandanthara Juma Masjid, Cochin
  KARIYARA MUSLIM JAMA AT KARIYARA, Kollam
  Karukapally Juma Masjid, Ernakulam
  Karupattikada Jumah Masjid, Trivandrum
  Kathib Noor Mohamed Masjid, Nellikkuppam
  Kausar Baugh Masjid, Pune
  Kausar masjid, Bangalore
  Kerala Salafi Centre, Trivandrum
  Kerla Najuvathul Mujahideen, THRISSUR
  Khaja Masjid, Bangalore
  khaksar masjid, Pune
  KHALLILULLAH MASJID, New Delhi
  Khatri Masjid, Bombay
  Khutba Palli Masjid, Pondicherry
  Kider Palli, Karaikal
  KILAKKU THERU APPA PALLI JUMMA MASJID, Kilakarai
  Kodiyathur Juma Masjid Kodiyathur, Calicut
  KOLAKKADE JUMA MASJID, Calicut
  Kollampalli - Mathan gani Masjid, Nagore
  KOLLOORVILA MUSLIM JAMA-ATH, Quilon
  Kosamdi Got One Jama Masjid, Kosamdi
  KOTIKULAM MUSLIM JAMAATH, Kotikulam
  Kottar Elankadai Muslim Samudhaya Trust, Nagercoil
  Kotwali Mosque, Patna
  KREERI Ahle-Hadith Mosque, Krar
 

  Kudba Masjid, Cheranmahadevi
  Kunnil Badar Juma Masjid, Kasaragod
  KUNNUMMAL JUMA MASJID, Calicut
  Kuntar Jama-ath Masjid & Committee, Kasaragod
  Kuruvithurai Mosque, Kayalpatnam
  Kutchi Memon Juma Masjid , Mangalore
  Kuthiraparambu Mahallu Jamaath,Manjappetty., Cochin
  Kuthiraparambu Muslim Jamaath, Cochin
  Kuttiar Jumma Masjid, Tiruvarur
  Kuttoth Jumath Palli, Badagara
  LABBAI MOSQUE, Madras
  Labbey Masjid, Bangalore
  Lal masjid, Salem
  Lal Masjid, Bangalore
  LalBagh Jama Masjid, Lucknow
  Lalgan Jamia Masjid, Lalpet
  Lebbai street mosque, Chidambaram
  Lohari Kochari Masjid, Tinsukia Junction
  Ma'dinussaquafathil Islamiyya, Malappuram
  Macca Masjid, Bangalore
  macca masjid, Vellore
  madani masjid-e-ahle hadis, Eluru River
  MADARASA ANWAR UL ISLAM, Siwan
  Madarchilla Masjid, Pune
  Madarsa -e- Madinat-ul-uloom, Bidar District
  MADARSA ISLAMIA, Cuddapah
  Madarsa Shahi, Mora
  Madayi Palli, Payangadi, Kannur, Madai
  Madeena Masjid, Cochin
  Madeena Masjid, Bangalore
  madeena masjid, Wani
  Madeena Masjid (MARKAZ), Vishakhapatnam
  Madersa Riyazul Uloom Guraini Chaukiya, Kheta Sarai, Jaunpur
  Madina Masjid, Hingoli
  Madina Masjid, Khandwa
  Madina Masjid, Chandrapur
  MADINA MASJID, Gulburga
  Madina Masjid, Aurangabad
  Madina Masjid, Adilabad
  Madina Masjid, Hutti
  Madina Masjid, Nurpur
  Madina Masjid Tukum Chandrapur, Chandrapur
  Madina Masjid-Soudagran, Kashipur
  Madina Maszid ( Wadia ), Balotra
  MADINA MOSQUE, Noida
  Madina Nagar JAQH Mosque, Kadayanallur
  Madina Nagar Mosque, Kadayanallur
  Madinatul Uloom, Bombay
  Madni Masjid, Godhra
  Madrasa Ashrafia, Allahabad Junction

Madrasah Jamai Habibia, Champdani
  MADRESA IHYA UL ULOOM, LUNAVADA
  Madresa Tajweedul Quraan, Bombay
  MADUKKUR THOUHEED CHARTTABLE TRUST(MTCT), Madukkur
  Mahalara Masjid, Mattancheri
  MAHARSHTRA GUEST HOUSE MASJID, Bombay
  Mahim Bazar Mosque, Bombay Mahim
  Mahim Qilla (Fort) Masjid, Mumbai
  Majid E Kaleemiah, Hyderabad-Deccan
  majid madar ul muham, Bhopal
  Makhdoomnagar muslim society, Ahmadabad
  Makhdumia Masjid, Bombay
  Makhdumpura Masjid, Navsari
  Makka Majid,Sangadi guntu, Guntur
  MAKKA MASJID, Karimnagar
  Makka Masjid, Raichur District
  Makkah Masjid, Solapur
  Makkah Masjid, Vizianagaram
  Makkah Masjid, Bangalore
  MAKKAH MASJID, Coimbatore
  Makkah Masjid (Pune), Pune
  Makkai Palayam Masjid, Padmanabhapuram
  Makki masjid, Ahmadabad
  Makki Masjid Sir Syed Nagar, Aligarh
  Malick Diar Baithulmal Mosque, Nagercoil
  Malik-ibnu-Dinar Valiya Palli--Thengapattanam, Nagercoil
  Mallapally Badi Masjid, Hyderabad
  Mambaul iathisam muslim jamath karuva, Kollam
  Mamoor Masjid, Bangalore
  Mamoor Masjid, Bangalore City
  Mampuram Mosque, Tirurangadi
  Mana Muna Masjid, Madras
  Manavalakurichi Muslim Jama-ath, Nagercoil
  MANBA-UL-ULA SOCIETY, Koothanallur
  Mandapam jumma mosque, Ramanathapuram
  Manipal mosque complex, Manipal
  Manjakkollai Muslim Jamaath, Madras
  Manubar masjid, Manubar
  Maqbul masdjid, Goa
  MarKaj Masjid, Bhimavaram
  Markaz Islah-e-Khawateen, Delhi
  Markaz Jame Masjid Moazzampura,Mallepally, Hyderabad-Deccan
  MARKAZ MAKTABA AL-ISLAM, Gulbarga District
  Markaz Masjid, Guntur
  Markaz Masjid - Aisha R A A Masjid, Anantapur
  Markaz Tabligh--Darul Falah Masjid, Bombay
  Markaz, Tablighee Jamaat, PUNE
  Markazi Masjid, Camp-2, Bhilai
  Masjed Altaqwa, Thiruvarur
  Masjeed ahlehadees dandothi, Dandoti

Masjeed Mangalpur, Dharmsala
  Masjeed-e-alhadees, Bhagalpur
  Masjid, Badwel
  Masjid, Srinagar
  Masjid, New Delhi
  Masjid, Alibag
  masjid ahlehadees, Borawar
  Masjid & Graveyard Nanabagh, HYDERABAD-DECCAN
  Masjid - e - Asra, Hyderabad
  Masjid - e - Mohammadi lalaguda, Hyderabad
  Masjid - e - Siddique, Mysore
  MASJID - E- RAHMA, MUMBRA
  Masjid - Wadiye Zainab, Bombay Bandra
  Masjid -E Mohammadi, Devangeri
  MASJID -E- SULAIMANIYA, Chittoor
  Masjid -E- Taj, Hyderabad
  MASJID -E-QUBA AHLEHADEES, Gudivada
  MASJID -E_BILAL AHLEHADEES, Gudivada
  Masjid A Noor, Bangalore
  Masjid Abrar, Cochin
  Masjid ABRAR, Alwaye
  Masjid Abu Bakar Siddiq Tadban, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid Ahl-E-Hadith, Rajahmundry
  Masjid Ahle Hadeeth, Bharuch
  Masjid Ahle hadith, Indore
  Masjid Ahlehadees, Jamshedpur
  Masjid Al Aksha, Adirampatnam
  Masjid al Ansar, Bangalore
  MASJID AL AQSA, Tiruchchinappalli
  Masjid Al Badr, Bangalore
  MASJID AL JAWAHIR, Calicut
  Masjid Al Tawheed, Mannarakkat
  Masjid Al-Akbar, Ramanathapuram
  Masjid Al-Haramine, Tambaram
  Masjid Al-Huda, Madras
  Masjid Al-Noor, Villupuram
  Masjid Alfarooq, Srinagar
  MASJID BAITUL GHAFOOR, Jodhpur City
  MASJID BAITUL GHAFUR, Jodhpur
  Masjid Balkhi, Srinagar
  Masjid Bargad wali, Shahjahanpur
  MASJID BHEL R.C.PURAM, Hyderabad
  Masjid Bilal Habshi, Srinagar
  Masjid Chandi Waali, New Delhi
  Masjid Cheran Palace, Hyderabad-Deccan
  MASJID CHOWTI EIDGAH, Kanpur Central
  MASJID CHURIGRAN, Pali-Marwar
  Masjid Darul Falah, Mumbai
  Masjid Deodi Alam Ali Khan, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid e Aala (masjide station), Koppal

  Masjid e Abu Bakr Siddiq, Bangalore
  Masjid e Abul Khasim, Bangalore
  Masjid e Ahle hadees., Solapur
  Masjid e Ammar, Bangalore
  masjid e aqsa, Bangalore
  Masjid e Aqsa Sitafalmandi, HYDERABAD-DECCAN
  Masjid E Arafat, Hyderabad
  Masjid e Atheeq, Bangalore
  Masjid e Ayeesha, Bangalore
  Masjid e Bahishtiyan, Indore
  Masjid e Bayparain, Bangalore
  Masjid e Bilaal , HYDERABAD-DECCAN
  Masjid e Bilal, Bangalore
  Masjid e Faiz, Bangalore
  Masjid E Firdous, Mysore
  Masjid e Firdouse, Bangalore
  Masjid e Husna, Bangalore
  Masjid e Imama Abu Hanifa, Jamshedpur
  Masjid e Islamia, Bangalore
  Masjid e islamiya, Pondicherry
  Masjid e Kambal Posh, Bangalore
  Masjid e Kausar, Bangalore
  Masjid e Khaif, Bangalore
  Masjid e Khaleel Hussain, Kurnool
  Masjid e Kulsum, Bangalore
  Masjid e Labaabin, Bangalore
  MASJID E MAM00R, Bangalore
  Masjid e meraj, Hyderabad
  Masjid e Mina, Bangalore
  Masjid e Mirapalli, Pondicherry
  masjid e mohajir, Bangalore
  Masjid E Mohammadia, Hyderabad
  MASJID E MOHAMMEDI , Hyderabad-deccan
  Masjid e Mukkram, Bangalore
  Masjid e Munnawara, Bangalore
  Masjid e Nimra, Bangalore
  masjid e Noor, Bangalore
  Masjid e Noor, Turaiyur
  Masjid e noorul islam, Udupi
  Masjid e Noorul Islam, Bangalore
  Masjid E Osman Ghanii(Ahle-hadith), Hyderabad
  Masjid e Pension Mohalla, Bangalore
  Masjid e Quba, Bangalore
  Masjid e rasheediya, Bangalore
  Masjid e Shababul Islam, Bangalore
  Masjid e Siddique, Mysore
  Masjid e Sultan Shah, Bangalore
  Masjid e tawheed,ahle hadees, barkas, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid e Usman Ghani, Bangalore
  MASJID E YASEEN MUSLIMPUR, Vaniyambadi

Masjid Fathimiyee, Koothanallur
  Masjid Gadi Dawa Tabliq Center, Nalgonda
  Masjid Ghair Said Khan, Moradabad
  MASJID IBRAHIM, Aligarh
  MASJID IHLAS, Madukkur
  Masjid Inside fort, Khammam
  Masjid Iqbal-ud-dowla, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid Iqra, Faizabad
  Masjid Islamabad, Maler Kotla
  Masjid Jahangeerabad, Jabalpur
  Masjid jamie, Shahjahanpur
  Masjid Jamiya pattan baramulla j&k, Srinagar
  Masjid Jungle Wali, New Delhi
  Masjid Khajurwali, Delhi
  MASJID LAJANTHUL MUHSHINEEN, Madras
  Masjid machhli bazar (markaz), Kanpur
  Masjid Malka Geti Phatak, Lucknow
  Masjid Mamoore, Madras Beach
  Masjid MIG, Hyderabad
  Masjid Mohamed Nainar, Tirunelveli
  Masjid Mohammadi, Dandoti
  Masjid Mohammadia Arabia, Bombay
  Masjid Mohammadiya, Bangalore
  masjid Molvi Abdul Karim Sahab, Tonk City
  Masjid Muhammadi, Jabalpur
  masjid munavara, Bangalore
  Masjid Nabi, New Delhi
  Masjid Nanpara, Bahraich District
  Masjid Nawab Tonk, Varanasi
  Masjid near Nigdi Junction, Pune
  MASJID NOOR, Churu Station
  Masjid Noor, Srinagar
  Masjid Noor, madukkur
  Masjid Noor, Dandeli
  Masjid Noor, Podili
  Masjid o Madrasa Ittehadul Muslimeen, Bombay
  Masjid of d- block janakpuri in the institutional area, Delhi Cantonment
  Masjid of Late Maulana Abu Mohammad Ibrahim, Ara
  Masjid Qazian, Muzaffarnagar
  Masjid Rahma, Padoor
  Masjid Rahmaniya, Adirampattinam
  Masjid Sadar-e-Ala, Sandila
  Masjid Saleheen, Bhopal
  Masjid ShahLagun, Hyderabad
  Masjid Sheikhul Hadees, Pernambut
  Masjid Siddiq Qamar, Hyderabad
  Masjid Subhani, Hyderabad
  Masjid Sultan NawazJung Aghapura, HYDERABAD-DECCAN
  Masjid Sultan Shah (Deeni Markaz), Bangalore City
  MASJID SWAFA, Tirur Station
 

  Masjid Thaqva, Tirunelveli
  Masjid Thaqwa, Ramanathapuram
  masjid thaqwa, Tinnevelly
  Masjid thawheed, Pamban
  Masjid Thiba, Tirunelveli
  Masjid ul Ansaar, Kasaragod
  Masjid Ul Sunnath, Cuddalore
  Masjid ul Taqwa, Bangalore
  Masjid us salafi, Pune
  Masjid Usman gHani, Srinagar
  MASJID USMANIA, Lucknow
  Masjid,KhanjanChak, Haldia Port
  Masjid- e-Munnawara, Bangalore
  Masjid-a-Ayesha-Hadgud, Anand
  Masjid-a-Ennam, Anand
  MASJID-A-FARKHUNDHA, Madras Rayapuram
  MASJID-A-HAFIZ AHMAD KHAN, Madras
  Masjid-e Khan Sama, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e- Ahl-e-Hadees Charminar, Madras
  Masjid-E- Ahle Hadees, Panruti
  Masjid-e- Islamia Bazaar, Bombay
  MASJID-E- MADARSA ANWARUL ISLAM TRUST, Madras
  Masjid-E- Muazzam, Bangalore
  Masjid-e- Umar (Razi), Dharmapuri
  Masjid-E-A.Raheem Khan(Ahle-Hadith), Hyderabad
  Masjid-E-Abdullah Al Kaseri(Ahle Hadees), Mahboobnagar
  MASJID-E-ABDULLAH BIN MAS'OOD AHLEHADEES, Gulbarga
  Masjid-E-Afsar, Hyderabad
  masjid-e-ahle hadees, Junagadh
  Masjid-e-Alaa, Bangalore
  Masjid-E-Alamgeeri, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e-Ameer Hamzah, HYDERABAD-DECCAN
  Masjid-e-Ansaar, Vaniyambadi
  Masjid-e-Azam, Bangalore
  Masjid-E-Azam, Chitradurga
  Masjid-E-Azghar, Bangarapet
  Masjid-e-Azizia, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-E-Baghdadi(TEK), Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e-bilal, Hiriyur
  Masjid-E-Bilal, Mysore
  MASJID-E-BILAL, Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-Boghdadia, Hyderabad
  Masjid-E-Ek Khana (Ahle-Hadith), Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-Farooqiya (Ahle-Hadith), Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-fathima, Bangalore
  Masjid-E-Firdaus, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e-Firdous, Koppal
  Masjid-e-Firdouse, Bangalore
  Masjid-e-Gazar (Dhoban) Darusalam, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e-Hafizia, Madras
 

  Masjid-e-Hajia, Vijayawada Buckinghampet
  Masjid-e-hamd (ahle-hadith), Hyderabad
  Masjid-E-Hamyan(Ahle Hadees), Mahbubnagar
  Masjid-E-Hamza (Ahle-Hadith), Hyderabad
  Masjid-E-Hudaibiya, Bangalore
  Masjid-E-Khadria, Bangalore
  MASJID-E-KHAIRUNNISA !, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e-Mahboobia(Ahle-hadith), Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-makka, Latur
  Masjid-E-Mamoor, Madras
  Masjid-e-Mamoor, Anantapur District
  Masjid-e-Mehboob Begum, Hyderabad
  MASJID-E-MERAJ, Bangalore
  Masjid-e-Mohammadi, Secundurabad
  Masjid-e-Mohammadia Ameerpet, Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-Mohammadiya, Latur
  Masjid-E-Mohammedi, Vijayawada
  Masjid-e-Muhammadiya, Madras
  Masjid-e-Muhammadiyah,LittleMount, Madras
  Masjid-e-Munavara, Kurnool
  Masjid-E-Munawar Polizhalur, Madras
  Masjid-e-Muwahadiya, Pondicherry
  Masjid-e-Nimrah, Tumkur District
  Masjid-e-Noor, Bangalore
  Masjid-e-Noor, Vashi
  Masjid-E-noor, Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-Noor, Madras
  Masjid-e-osmania, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e-Osmaniah Islampura, Bhongir
  Masjid-e-Police Line, Kurnool
  Masjid-e-Qadeem, Vaniyambadi
  Masjid-e-Qazi Mohalla, Bangalore
  Masjid-E-Qhuba, Kurnool
  MASJID-E-QUBA, Hyderabad
  Masjid-E-Quba, Vandalur
  Masjid-e-Rahamaniya, Mysore
  Masjid-E-Rahemat, Peddapalli
  Masjid-E-Rahmani, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-E-Rahmania, Madras
  Masjid-E-Rahmania(Ahle-Hadith), Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-Rashad, Baramulla
  Masjid-e-Rizwan, Bangalore
  Masjid-E-Saadaat, Hospet
  Masjid-e-Sabza, Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-sailabi, Allahabad
  Masjid-E-Sayeed Noora (Ahle-Hadith), Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-Sayeediya, Madras
  Masjid-e-Subhaniya, Bangalore City
  Masjid-e-Suffa Ahle Hadees, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e-Taqwa, Bangalore
 

Masjid-E-Taqwaa(Ahle-Hadith), Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-Teen posh, Red Hill
  Masjid-e-Teen Posh, Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-Umar, Mumbai
  Masjid-e-Umar Farooqh(R.A), Bangalore
  Masjid-e-Usmania, Aurangabad District
  Masjid-E-VazeerAli, Hyderabad-Deccan
  MASJID-E-WAHEDI AHLEHADEES,, Raichur
  Masjid-e-Wallajah, Madras
  Masjid-e-Yaseen Jung, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e-yousofiaya, Koppal
  Masjid-e-Zaheda Ahmed, Hyderabad
  Masjid-e-Zainab, Coonoor
  MASJID-E-ZAKARIYA, Salem Junction
  Masjid-e-Zinda Tilismath Nagar, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e-Zubeda Begum, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Masjid-e-Zuljalal, HYDERABAD-DECCAN
  Masjid-eUmar, Chitradurga
  Masjid-u-noor, Karaikkal
  MASJID-UL-QAYEM, Varanasi
  Masjid-ul-Rahmath, Pudumadam, Ramanathapuram
  Masjid-Us-Salaam (Millat Nagar), Bombay
  masjid-us-salaam.millat nagar, Mumbai
  Masjidae Wallajah, Chepauk
  Masjide Ahale-Hadidth Farooquia, Vijayawada
  Masjide Al-Hilal, Bangalore
  Masjide Bilal, Bhadravati
  Masjide Hazrat Omar, Pune
  Masjide Kat Bava Shahib, Madras
  MASJIDE MUHAMMADIA, Hyderabad
  Masjide siddique, Khandwa
  Masjide-Aqsa, Chitradurga
  Masjidey Quba, Bangalore City
  masjidh Taqwa Commtiee, Madras
  Masjidh-e-quba, Mallasamudram
  Masjidhul Aqsha, Adirampattinam
  Masjidhul-Hidhaya, Madras
  Masjidhun-Noor, Vattalkundu
  Masjidu taqwa, Calicut
  Masjidu-noor, Arikkod
  MASJIDUL ABRRAR, ALUVA COCHIN
  Masjidul Aqsa (All Thawhid Jamath Federation), Coimbatore
  Masjidul aszhar of kilakrai muslim merchants association, Madras Fort Saint George
  Masjidul Hasanathul Jariya, Kasaragod
  Masjidul Huda, Koolimuttam
  MASJIDUL ISLAM ; KURAIYUR, Madras
  Masjidul Jamal, Kozhikode
  MASJIDUL MANBAIE, Kilakarai
  Masjidul Mubarak, Main Bazaar, Kadayanallur
  Masjidul Mujahideen, Irivetty
 

MASJIDUL MUJAHIDEEN, Quilandi
  MASJIDUL MUJAHIDEEN-Kerala Nadvathul Mujahideen, Parappanangadi
  Masjidul Taqwa, Mangalore
  Masjidun noor, Ernakulam
  Masjidunnoor, Edapal, Edapal
  Masjidur Rahman Executive Committee, MELAPALAIYAM
  Masjidurahman (salafi masjid), Mangalore
  Masjidurrashideen, Pulwama
  maszid e rifah, Mysore
  Maszid-e-Rahmania, Piler
  MASZIDE QUBA, Mahoba
  Maula Masjid, Bongam Shupiyan, SHUPIYAN
  Mecca masjid, Devarkonda
  Mecca masjid, Visakhapatnam
  Mecca Masjid, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Mecca Masjid, Hyderabad
  Meenar Masjid, Vijayawada
  Meenar Mosque, Vijayawada Buckinghampet
  MEHNDI MASJID, Bombay Central
  Mehraj Jumma Masjid, Kundapur
  Mekalady Muslim Jama-Ath, Mekalady
  Melapalli Vasal, Pudukkottai
  Memunda Juma Masjid And Bafaki Memoriyal Madrassa, Calicut
  Military Mosque (chaprais), Bangalore
  Millat-e-islamiya arabic school dandothi, Dandoti
  Minar Masjid, Bangalore
  Minara Masjid, Bombay
  Minara masjid,, Veraval
  MIT JUMA MASJID, Kodungallur
  MMA Masjid, Madras
  MMC Vadakke kovval, Trikkaripur
  Modi Masjid, Bangalore
  Modi Masjid, Bangalore City
  Mohaideen Andavar big mousqe, Valathoor
  Mohamed Nainar Pallivasal, Tinnevelli
  MOHAMEDIA MASJID, Uttukkottai
  Mohammadi Masjid, Godhra
  Mohammadi Masjid, Bhopal Junction
  Mohammadi Masjid, Bhopal
  Mohammadia Masjid, Hutti
  Mohammedi Masjid, Ahmadabad
  Mohideen Andavar Big Mosque, Valoothoor
  MOHIDEEN JUMMAH MASJID, Adirampattinam
  MOHIDEEN MASJID, Kayalpattinam
  Mohideen Palli, Karaikal, karaikal
  Mohinudeen masjid, Valiyora
  Mohmammed ibrahim khan, Bodhan
  MOHYUDDIN JUMA MASJID, Kochi
  Mosque, Gandhi Nagar
  Mosque, Madras
 

mosque, Nadapuram
  Mosque, Udayagiri
  Mosque, Karisavayal
  Mosque, Bhagalpur
  Mosque, Similigurha
  Mosque, Mangalore
  Mosque, Mayavaram
  Mosque in Sector 31, Noida
  Mosque Machhli Bazar ( Shaheed Mosque ), Kanpur Central
  Mosque Noor, Chikhli
  Mosque SanthiNagar, Tirunelveli
  Mosque-Patna Junction, Patna
  Mosques Mulla Qasim, Ahmedabad
  Mosques Nirwaha Sabai, Kilakarai
  Moti Masjid, Bhopal
  Moti Masjid, Peddapalli
  Moti Masjid, Adilabad
  Moti Masjid Markaz, Visnagar
  MOULANA ABDUL GAFOOR MOSQUE, Cumbum
  Moulana Abdul Kareem Street Mosque, Nellikkuppam
  Mubarak Masjid, Bangalore
  Mubarak masjid, Aurangabad
  MUGHAL Masjid, Muzaffarpur
  Muhammadee masjed, Lunavada
  Muhammadia masjid, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Muhiadeen Masjid, Kasaragod
  Muhiuddeen Masjid, Padmanabhapuram
  Muhiyidheen juma masjid, Muvatupuzha
  Muhiyyideen Juma masjid, Pathanamthitta
  Mulla Hashim Masjid, Surat
  mulla m.ali madrasa, Surat
  Mumbra Jama Masjid, Mumbra/Mumbai
  Murarplaym Islamic Foundation, Kallakkurichchi
  musjid bazar bazaza pilkhuwa india, pilkhuwa
  Muslim jamat Khudvel, Navasari
  Muslim Welfare Society, Lucknow, Lucknow City
  Mustafa masjid, Lunavada
  Muthiraparambu Muslim Jamath, Quilon
  Muthupettai Ikkiya Jamath Organization(Muthupettai 5 Jamath Organization), Muttupet
  Naee ( New) Masjid-Quila Laruee Madarpur, Hajipur
  Naey majid, Khandwa
  Nagai Muslim Thowheedh Jama-ath, Nagapatinam
  Nagina Masjid, Godhra
  NAI MASJID SAGAR, Sagar
  Naina Mohamed Jummaha Mosque, Kadayanallur
  Nainarkulam Jumuah Masjid, Tinnevelli
  Nallur Muslim Periya Pallivasal, Aruppukkottai
  Nambrathkara Salafi Masjid, Kerala
  Nanganallur Walajah Mosque(near Airport), Madras
  Nawab Jamie a Masjid, Periyakulam
 

NELLIKKUTH JUMAMSJID, Malappuram
  New Mosque, Kurabalakota
  New Mosque, Adirampattinam
  New Mosque, Kadayanallur
  Nihal pura masjid, Indore
  Njalakam Juma Masjid, Kalamassery, Alwaye
  Noonheri Noorul Islam Madrasa, Noonheri
  Noor Masjid, Bangalore City
  Noor Masjid, Chiplun
  Noor Masjid, Cochin
  Noor masjid, Bombay
  Noor masjid, Mangalore
  Noor Mosque, Pudukkottai
  Noori Jama Masjid, Kota
  Noori masjid committee, Daltenganj
  NOORUL HUDA MOSQUE, Cumbum
  Noorul Hutha Muslim Jamaath, Trichinapalli
  NORTH RATUA JAM--E MASJID, Ratua
  Nungambakan Muslim Association, Madras Nungambakan
  Nusrathul muslimeen sangam, Calicut
  Odakkarai Masjid (Odakkarai Palli), Kilakarai
  Odathil Palli, Tellicherry
  Omar Farooq Masjid, Bangalore
  Omar Labba Juma Masjid, Attingal Ar
  OWAS QARNI MASJID, Srinagar
  Pacha avuliya Mosque, Kadayanallur
  Pahlam Masjid Pahlam, Simri Bakhtiarpur
  PAJAWA MASJID, Lucknow
  Palayam Jumah Masjid, Trivandrum
  Paltan Masjid, Vizianagram City
  Palthn Masjied, Solapur
  Panchgani Jama Masjid Trust, Panchgani
  Pangal Masjid, Solapur
  Panoor Muslim Jama-Ath Murukkumpuzha, Trivandrum
  PARAKKADAVUE VALIA JUMA MASJID, Calicut
  PARAL JUMA MASJID, PARAL, MAHE, Mahe
  Parasuramapuram Naina Mohd. Mosque, Kadayanallur
  Park Mosque,, Peranambattu
  PARSN muslim`s prayer hall, Chennai Beach
  Parveen cloth Stores, Malda
  Paththar Ki Masjid, Patna
  Patliputra Colony Mosque, Patna
  Pattala Palli (Masjid), Kozhikode
  PEACE PROPAGATION CENTER, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Peace Zone, Bangalore City
  Peria Palli, Pudukkottai
  PERIAMET MASJID (Masjid e Periamet), Madras
  Peringadi Juma Masjid, Peringadi
  Periya Palli, Karaikal
  Periya Palli vasal, Chinnamanur
 

Periya Pallivasal South Street, Ammapattinam
  Pettai Big Mosque, Kadayanallur
  Pinakkal Muslim Jama-ath, Thattamala, Quilon
  Ponmundam Juma Masjid, Tirur
  Ponnurunni Masjid, Ernakulam
  POORA MUSJID, Jodiya
  Pudhuppalli Juma masjid, Kilakarai
  Puduppallivasal, North Street, Ammapattinam
  Pulikkal Juma Masjid,Malappuram, Calicut
  Puthiyangadi Juma Masjid, Puthiyangadi
  Puthurpally Juma Masjid, Changanacherry
  R.K. Masjid, Bombay Santa Cruz
  Rabbani Educational Trust, Mysore
  Rahmania Masjid, Hyderabad-Deccan
  RAHMANIA MASJID, Adirampatnam
  RAHMANIAPURAM 1st STREET MOSQUE, Kadayanallur
  RAHMANIYA MASJID MANNA, Kannur
  Rahmat nagar masjid, Asansol
  Railpet Masjid, Guntur
  Rajdhani Masjid, Dispur, Guwahati-6, Gauhati
  Rani Bagh Masjid, Dewas
  Rani Masjid, Godhra
  Rasheedia Mosque, Koothanallur
  Rasulabad Masjid Madresa, Sayan
  Razajama masjid lotus colony govandi, Bombay Suburban District
  REHMANIA MOSQUE, Noida
  ROAD MOSQUE, Pernambut
  Roshan baugh masjid, Bhiwandi
  Roshan Masjid, Pune
  ROYAPURAM JAMIEA MASJId, Madras
  s k s s f, Kalpatta
  Sabri Masjid, Bombay
  Sabza Masjid, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Saeediya Masjid, Bhopal Junction
  Sahifa Masjid, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Saidar Mosque, Tellicherry
  SAIFEE MASJID, Dungarpur
  Sakkarai Rowther Central Masjid, Ramanathapuram
  SALAFI MASJID, COCHIN
  Salafi Centre, Near Upasana Hosp.Kollam, Quilon
  SALAFI CULTURAL CENTER, Sulya
  SALAFI JUMA MASJID ATTINGAL, Attingal
  Salafi Juma Masjid, Vyttila, Cochin
  Salafi Juma Masjid, Vyttila, Ernakulam
  Salafi Masjid, Kannur
  SALAFI MASJID, Cannanore
  SALAFI MASJID, Peermade
  salafi masjid, Manjeshwar
  Salafi masjid, Perintalmanna
  Salafi Masjid, Kasaragod
 

  SALAFI MASJID BANNIMANTAP A LAY OUT, Mysore
  Salafi Masjid Hosangadi, Kasaragod
  Salafi Masjid Karakunnu, Manjeri
  Salafi-Masjid, Shivaji Nagar(for brothers & sisters), Bangalore
  SaleemNagar Masjid, Hyderabad
  Samta Nagar Mosque, Ratlam
  Sane Awwal masajid, Cambay
  sangadigunta baadimasjid, Guntur
  Sarbela Masjid, Simri Bakhtiarpur
  Sarqirl Masjid (Yaseen Khan Masjid), Raichur
  Sathikan jumua'h masjid, Tirunelveli
  Savanur Nawab Masjid, Dharwar
  Sayan Jummah Masjid, Surat District
  Sayan Rasulabad Masjid, Surat District
  Seladwad mosque, Ankleshwar
  Shah Wali Ullah Masjid, Bangalore
  Shahi Jamia Masjid, Adoni
  Shahi Katra(Jama Masjid), Mau Junction
  Shahi Masjid, Vijayawada
  Shahi Masjid Chowk, Balapur
  Shahi Masjid, Off PMC, Pune
  Sharahqana Masjid, Vijayawada
  Siddiq mosque, Adirampattinam
  Sir Syed Nagar masjid, Aligarh
  SKSSF, Calicut
  Sreekaryam Juma Masjid, Trivandrum
  Station Masjid, Nanded
  Stone Mosque, Virudunagar
  subai jamiat ahle hadees santacruz, Bombay
  SubhaniMasjid, Godhra
  SULAIMANIYA TRUST, Chittoor
  Sultan Shah Masjid, Bangalore
  SULTANPET NEW MOSQUE, Erode
  Sunni muhmmadi jama masjid, GHAZIABAD
  TABLIGH (MARKAZ), Ratnagiri District
  Tablighi jamaat, Masjid gulal tara, Bhadohi
  Taiwad Masjid, Gandevi
  TAIWARA MASJID, Rander
  Taj Juma Masjid, Kottayam
  Taj-Ul-Masajid, Bhopal
  Take Mosque, Cumbum
  Talegaon Muslim Jamaat, Talegaon
  Tambaram Jumma Mosque, Tambaram
  Tambaram Jummah Mosque, Madras
  Tamil Nadu Thowhith Jamath, Kilakarai
  TAMILNADU THOWHEED JAMATH, Karaikal
  Tamir-e-milat, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Tawheed Masjid, Ayangudi
  Tayyaba masjid(Markaz Tablighi. Thane), Bombay
  Teghiya madarsa maripur muzfpr, Muzaffarpur
 

Tehsil Wali Masjid, Khatauli
  Thajudeen educational center, Chidambaram
  The Juma Masjid of Bombay Trust, Bombay
  The Periya Pallivayel, Koothanallur
  Thekkil Jumaa Masjid, Kasaragod
  Theru Palli, Karaikal
  THONNAKKAL POYKAYIL MUSLIM JAMAATH, Mangalapuram
  Thottumughom Padijnare Juma Masjid, Alwaye
  Thottumughom padinjarepalli juma msajid, ALUVA COCHIN
  Thowheeth Mosque (with Ladies Prayer Hall), Periyakulam
  Town Juma Masjid, Irinjalakuda
  Town Juma Masjid Chavakkad, Chavakkad
  Town Juma Masjid, Kalady, Kalady
  Triplicane Lebbai Jamaath Mosque, Madras
  Ukkunagram mosque, Visakhapatnam
  uluberia jamma masjid, Ulubaria
  Urdu Jama Masjid, Palakkad
  Uttam Nagar Mosque ( Badi ), Delhi
  Valavanthapuram Jumu'ah Masjid, Aruppukkottai
  Vallakkadavu Islamic Centre, Trivandrum
  Velimanna Islamic Service Society, Calicut
  Vellangallure Mahallu Jama-ath, Karuvapadna
  Vellangallure Mahallu Jama-ath, Karupadanna
  VELLIYANCHERY PAZHA JUMA-MASJID, Malappuram
  Vengara Islamic Center, Malappuram
  VIKAYATHUL ISLAM MADRASA CHOONUR, Kottakkal
  Vilacheri Muslim Jamaath Pallivasal, Madurai
  Vinoba Nagar Juma Masjid, Davangere
  Virudumpet Jaamiya Masjid, Madras
  Vishrambag Masjid, Sangli
  Vishrathwadi Juma Masjid and Madrassa (Anjumane Islam), Pune
  Viveknagar Masjid, Bangalore
  Wakad Mosque, Pune
  Wakdewadi Masjid, Pune
  wakfboard college and mosque, Madurai
  Wallaja Masjid, Villapurum
  WEST JUMMA MASJID ADIRAMPATTINAM, Adirampattinam
  West side mosque, madukkur
  Yaqoob Khan Masjid, Bhopal
  Zakariya Masjid, Amod
  Zarawad Masjid, Navsari

 

  (SIO OF INDIA) Students Islamic Organization of India Unit Latur, latur
  A.AKBAR SULTAN, UNITED WELFARE ORGANISATION, Tondi
  AAWAZ Voluntary Organisation, Bhubaneshwar
  Academy of Quran & Seerat, Aligarh
  ADAYAR BAITHULMAL, Madras
  Ahmednagar Yatimkhana, Ahmadnagar
  AL AMEEN SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE , Bangalore
  AL ANSAR FOUNDATION, Patna
  Al Falah Charitable Trust, Padinharangadi, Palakkad
  Al Falah society mumbai, Bombay
  Al-Ather Islamic Centre, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Al-Huda Cultural Society, Madras
  Al-imdaad foundation, Varanasi
  Al-Jamia Tus-Salafiah, Varanasi
  Al-Mustaqeem Islamic Library, Adoni
  AL-SHABAAB COMMETY, Maisaram
  ALFAROOQ EDUCATIONAL AND WELFARE SOCIETY, Aligarh
  ALHABIB SOCIETY (also), Jamshedpur
  ALHIND ISLAMIC RESEARCH, Hyderabad
  ALHIND ISLAMIC RESEARCH, Hyderabad
  ALIPORE SOCIAL WELFARE TRUST, Alipore
  All India Council of Muslim Economic Upliftment, Mumbai
  All india milli council Rajsthan, Jaipur
  ALL INDIA TABLIGHE RISALAT, Varanasi District
  Allama Iqbal Welfare Society, Sultanpur
  AlShaik InamulHasan Research & Publications, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Anjman-I-Nusratul Islam, Srinagar
  ANJUM ISLAHUL MUSLEMEEN, Varanasi District
  Anjuman Bait Ul Maal ( Ahle Sunnat ul Jamat), Hutti
  Anjuman Engineering College(ForMen), Bhatkal, BHATKAL
  ANJUMAN HAMI-E-ISLAM, Nagpur
  ANJUMAN ISLAHUL MUSLEMEEN, Indore
  Anjuman Islahul muslemeen, Kymore
  Anjuman jamatt, Talikoti
  Anjuman Khairul Islam's Poona College of Atrs Sci & Comm., Puna
  ANJUMAN LAJUNATHUL IRUSHAD, Nidur
  Anjuman-e-Dawath-o-Islah, Bangalore
  Anjuman-e-Himayat-e-Islam, Madras
  AnjumanIslahulMuslimeen, Lucknow
  Annai Safiyya Trust, Madurai
  ANSARIYA ORPHENAGE ,GANDHINAGAR, Sulya
  Ar-Rahman Friends Association, Ahmadnagar
  ASAS (Academy of South Asian Studies), Aligarh
  ASH - SHAMS STUDY CENTRE, Kolkata
  Association of Brothers of Composite Tanjore (ABCT), Kumbakonam
  At-Tawheed International Dawah Centre for Women, Bombay
  Ayancheri Muslim jamaath, Calicut
  Ayesh siddeeqa islamic college for women, Tuttukkudi
  Azam Baitul Maal, Masjid-e-Azam, Mysore
 
Badagara jumath Palli Dars Committe, Badagara

Baithulmal, Chennai
  Baitulmal jamat-e- Ahle Hadees Salafia, Mysore
  Bangalore Islamic Foundation Trust, Bangalore
  BAZM-E-KHATOON-E-JANNAT ( FOR LADIES), Bombay
  Bedaar-e-Millat, Bangalore
  BHATKAL MUSLIM ASSOCIATION, Madras
  Bihar Anjuman, Samastipur
  BISMI, Kerala
  Bookware, Bangalore
  Center For Social Harmony (CESH) - Dawah Center, Kayalpatnam
  Center For Social Harmony (CESH) - Dawah Center, Kayalpattinam
  CENTER OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Centre for Islamic Studies, (CIS) A unit of CIS Welfare Trust, Bangalore
  Chidambaram town islamic united forum, Chidambaram
  Dars Al-Quran, Bangalore
  Darul Ifta Wal Irshad (Malad), Bombay
  DARUL MUSANNAFEEN دارالمصنفين, Azamgarh District
  Darul Uloom Falah-e-Darain, Tarkeshwar
  Darul Uloom Sabil - Al Falah, Jale
  Darul-salam, Darbhanga District
  Darulkutub Al Islamia, Delhi
  Darunnajath Orphanage, Karuvarakundu
  Darussalam Islamic Centre, Maler Kotla
  Daruth thowheed, Adirampatnam
  Dawat centre, Bhatkal
  Delhi Islahi centre, New Delhi
  Discover Islaam Educational Trust, Bangalore
  EAST FRIEND CHARITABLE TRUST, Kilakari
  EAST FRIEND CHARITABLE TRUST, Kilakarai
  Edaratul Buhus Al Islamiah wal Irshad, Varanasi District
  Education propagate council, Tiruturaipundi
  ERUVADI UNITED MUSLIM JAMAATH, Tirunelveli
  EzNikah.com, Bangalore
  Fernhill Public School, Coonoor
  Futureislam.com, New Delhi
  Girls Islamic Org, Pune
  Gudalur Taluk Muslim Orphanage, Gudalur
  hajhouse, Hyderabad
  Haque Foundation, Lucknow
  Haryana Anjuman Charitable Trust, Gurgaon
  Hidayathul muslim Cultural sociaty, Madras
  Humanities endowment foundation, Mumbai
  i s m,pattani street ithihadhu shubanil mujahideen, PALAKKODU
  IBF Education And Charitable Trust, Aul
  Ibnul hajar society of islamic studies, Madras
  ICO CHARITABLE TRUST, Erode
  IDARAH ULUM AL-QURAN, Aligarh
  Imarat Shariah, Patna
  INDIA BAITULMAL, Gulbarga
  Indian Islamic Group, Lucknow, Lucknow

  INDIAN MUSLIM COUNCIL, Pithoragarh
  Institute of Higher Learning, Bangalore City
  IQRA EDUCATIONAL ACADEMY, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Ishaat-e-Islam Trust, New Delhi
  Islami jamiat-e-talaba jammu and kashmir, Srinagar
  Islamic Academy for Comparative Religion, Hyderabad
  ISLAMIC BAITHUL MAL, Pondichery
  Islamic Centre, Trivandrum
  Islamic Cultural Center, Ammapattinam
  Islamic Dawaah Centre, Bangalore City
  ISLAMIC EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL TRUST, Papanasam
  Islamic Foundation Trust-Chennai-12, Chennai
  Islamic Group of India, Lu
  Islamic guidance foundation, Mysore
  Islamic Library & Study Centre, Vadodara
  Islamic Organizations, Simri Bakhtiarpur
  Islamic Relief Center, Feroke, Calicut
  Islamic Research And Educational Foundation, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Islamic Research And Propogation Centre, Kalakkadu
  Islamic Research AndPublication centre, Trichinopoly
  Islamic Research Foundation, Mumbai
  Islamic Research Foundation, Bombay
  Islamic service centre, Kerala
  Islamic Shcolers Association, Tenkasi
  Islamic study center, Ahmadabad
  Islamic youth centre calicut, Calicut
  islamic youth organisation, Cuddalore
  Islamic Youth Servants, Cochin
  ISM - ITHIHADU SHUBBANUL MUJAHIDEEN, KERALA, Kozhikkot
  ISM(ITHIHADU SHUBBABIL MUJAHIDEEN, Kerala
  Ithihadu Shubbanil Mujahideen, Calicut
  Jama Masjid, Bhilai
  Jama Masjid, Bandra, Bombay Suburban District
  Jama'at-e-Islami Hind, Kerala., Calicut
  Jama-e-Diniyat, Deoband
  Jamaat - e - Islamic Hind, Vaiyampatti
  Jamaat E Islami Hind, Eluru
  Jamaat e Islami Hind, Kerala Halqa, Kozhikode
  Jamaat-e-Islami HInd, Kurnool District
  Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Vaniyambadi Unit, Vaniyambadi
  Jamaate Islami Hind, Bihar, Patna
  JAMAT-E- ISLAMI, Darbhanga
  Jamat-e-Islami, Malegaon
  Jamat-e-Islami Hind, Calicut
  Jamate-Islam, Patna
  Jame Masjid Mohammedi Lines, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Jamia Sa-adiya Arabiya, Kerala
  Jamiat Ahlul Hadeeth, Patna
  Jamiat-e-ahle hadees educational & welfare trust (r) hubli, Hubli
  Jamiat-e-Ahlihadith J&K, Srinagar

Jamiateahlehadees, Solapur
  Jamiatus Salihat, BHATKAL
  Jamiyat-e- Ahlehadees Gulbarga, Gulbarga
  Jamiyatul Ryeen, Daltonganj
  Jamiyyathu Ahlil Quran Val Hadhees, Chennai
  JAMMIYATHU AHLILQURAAN VAL HADHEES (JAQH), Madurai
  jammiyathuahlil quran valhadeeth, Kadayanallur
  jammiyathul ahlil quran val hadeed, Kadaiyanallur
  Jannathul Firdous Wakf, Madras
  JAQH Masjidu Tauba, Tirunelveli
  Juma MAsjid & madresa, Sayan
  Kalif Nagar Mosque, Alangudi
  Kamlapuri Colony,Markaz,Phase 2, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Kanhangad Muslim Yatheem Khana, Kanhangad
  Kanjirappally Muslim Association (KMA), Kanjirappally
  Kayalpatnam Medical Trust Hospital, Kayalpattinam
  KERALA JAM IYYATHUL ULAMA, Kerala
  KERALA NADUVATHUL MUJAHIDEEN, Kozhikkot
  Kerala Nadvathul Mujahideen, Kozhikode
  Kerala Nadvathul Mujahideen, Kerala
  Kerala Nadvathul Mujahideen (KNM), Calicut
  Kerala State Sunni Student's Federation (SSF), Cochin Harbour
  KERALA STATE SUNNI STUDENTS FEDERATION ( S S F ), Calicut
  KOSAMBA JUMMA MASJID-MADRESA TRUST, Kosamba
  Kurnool Islamic Trust, Kurnool
  LAJNATHUL MUHSINEEN TRUST, Mannady
  M E S Changanacherry, Changanacheri
  Madarsa Sirajuol o loom, Madhubani
  Madrasathul Mujahideen, Irivetty
  MAHAZ Charitable trust, Peddapalli
  Mahila technical centre, Supaul
  Malabar muslim orphanage society, Wandoor
  Malharul Aabideen Religious Organisation, Tuticorin
  MALIK DEENAR ISLAMIC DEVELOPMENT TRUST, Kerala
  MARKAZ, Calicut
  Markaz Dawat-E-Tableeg, Moradabad
  Markazu-ssaqafathissunniyya, Trivandrum
  Markazudd\\\\\\\'ahwa, Calicut
  markazul ma'arifil islamia at kashmir, New Delhi
  MASJID IQWAN, Erode
  Masjid-E-AhleHadith, Hyderabad
  MAUNATHUL ISLAM ASSOCIATION, PONNANI
  MAZHARUL ISLAM MADRASSA, Kerala
  Meerut Islamic Organisation, Meerut
  MEF, Mutupet
  Message International India, Rangampet
  Metro Tours & Travels, Cuttack, Cuttack District
  MEWA Guidance Foundation, Mysore
  Millath Baithulmal, Madras
  MO . ZAKARIYA Tarapuri Jamia Mosqe, Anand
 

  Mohamed Sathak Trust, Madras
  moulvinayeem islamic centre, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Mubarak English School, Manjeri
  MUJAHID STUDENTS MOVEMENT, Kerala
  Mujahid Students Movement, Kozhikode
  MUMBAI ISLAHI CENTRE, Bombay
  Munavri ul islam Madrasa, Trikarpur
  Muslim Awami Society, Gonda District
  Muslim Cultural Society, Payyanur
  Muslim Dharma Paripalana Sabaah, Ramanthapuram
  MUSLIM GIRLS & WOMEN'S MOVEMENT-MGM, Kerala
  MUSLIM JAMATH EXECUTION COMMITTEE, Sankarankovil
  Muslim Kalvi Sangam, Pallappatti
  Muslim Mahila Organisation, Bangalore
  Muslim Matrimonial, Madras
  Muslim Nalvali Abiviruthi Sangam, Ilayangudi
  Muslim Orphanage Committee, Tirunelveli
  Muslim Orphanage Committee, Tinnevelly
  Muslim Paripalana Saba - Chittarkottai, Chittarkottai
  Muslim Service Socity, Ponani
  Muslim Welfare Association, Ghaziabad
  Muslim Welfare Association, Udipi
  Muslim welfare association. ponniam palam, Tellicherri
  Muslim yuvajana sangam, Trikkaripur
  Nadvath ul islam, Alappuzha
  Nadvath ul Islam orphanage, Alleppey
  Nadvi Library, Chakia
  Nagai Islamic Welfare Association Baithulmal, Nagapatinam
  National development front, Calicut
  National Welfare Society, Sanjay Nagar. Jammu, Jammu
  National womens welfare society, Darawali
  New Karla Muslim Society, Ratnagiri
  Niche of Truth, Kollam
  Niche of Truth, Calicut
  Niche of Truth, Tirur
  Niche of Truth, Nilambur
  noor mohammadi welfare fund, Nasik
  Noorul Huda Madrasa, Mekalady
  Noorul Uloom Education Society, Aligarh
  NRI’s services society, Koothanallur
  Office of the Tamilnadu Govt. Kazi For Erode Dist., Erode
  OLD STUDENTS ASSOCIATION OF JAMIADARUSSALAM (BRANCH), Vaniyambadi
  Omanoor Shuhada Islamic Compled, Omanoor
  Peace Centre, Bombay
  Peace valley cultural centre, Erattupetta
  PORTONOVO ISLAMIC TRUST (PIT), Porto Novo
  Portonovo Peoples Service Centre, Porto Novo
  Promoters of Aptitude & Career Enrichment (PACE), Changanacheri
  Quwathul Islam Group of Institutions, Bangalore
  RABITA WELFARE GROUP FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN, Bangalore
 

  RABITHATUL IKHWANIL MUSLIMEEN, Cochin
  Rahemani Charitable Trust, Dholka
  Rajiwada Muslims, Ratnagiri
  Rauzathul uloom Masjid Committee, Mathura
  Read Books, Bangalore
  S.I.W.O(Southern Islamic Women Organization, Madras
  SAFE MEDIA TIRUR, Tirur
  Salafi Center Mattanode (Kayanna,Permbra - Calicut), Calicut
  Salfiya society, Khammam
  Samastha Kerala Jam-iyyathul Ulama, Kozhikode
  Sarany Trikarpur, Trikarpur
  SATHYAPATHAI EDUCATION AND MEDIA TRUST, KILAKKARAI
  School of Orthoepy Quran & Theology Education, Kashmir valley
  SHA ABDUL RHAMAN WAKFUN ALAL AWLATH, POONTHALANGUDI
  shaheed abdul hameed education society, Yavatmal
  Shamsul Islam Sangam, Adirampatnam
  Siidiqul Akbar Banat Yateem Khana, Palakkad
  SIO Kerala Zone, Calicut
  SIO(Students Islamic Organisation), Hanamkonda
  SIOstudents islamic orgnisation of india, Koratla
  SIRAJUL HUDA EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX, Calicut
  Social Uplifment Rural Management Agency(SURMA), Imphal
  Solidarity Youth Movement, Calicut
  Somali Muslim Students, Erode
  SSF Library and Reading Room Kinassery, Calicut
  Student Islamic Movment of India > SIMI, New Delhi
  STUDENT ISLAMIC ORGANISATION, Bidar
  Student Islamic Organisation of India, Ramanathapuram
  Students Islamic Movement of India, Ernakulam
  Students Islamic Movement of India, Cochin
  Students islamic organisation, Khammam
  Students Islamic Organisation of India, Tellichery
  Students Islamic Organisation of India ( Moghalpura Unit ), Hyderabad-Deccan
  Students islamic organisation of india koppal unit, Koppal
  Students Islamic Organisation of India, Gujarat Zone, Ahmadabad
  Students Islamic Organistion of India, Hyderabad-Deccan
  STUDENTS ISLAMIC ORGANIZATION OF INDIA, New Delhi
  STUDENTS ISLAMIC ORGANIZATION OF INDIA, Hassan District
  Students Islamic Organization of India (SIO), THRISSUR
  Students Islamic Organization of India (SIO), Vijayawada
  SUNNI STUDENTS FEDERATION, Cochin
  Sunni students federation (SSF), Thrissur
  Tahir Ali Foundation, Varanasi
  Taj Company Chowk, Jama Masjid, Allahabad
  tamil nadu thawheed jamaath, Salem Junction
  Tamil Nadu Thouhid Jamath, Aduturai
  TAMILNADU MUSLIM MUNNETRA KAZHAGAM, Chennai
  TAMILNADU TOWHEED JAMATH, Chennai
  Tanzimussalat committee, Sangli
  Tehreek Muslim Shabban, Hyderabad

  THABALEG JAMAT, Nidadavole
  The Truth(centre for divine education), Calicut
  THERBIYATHUL ISLAM SABHA, Calicut
  Therku theru masjid paripalana committe, Kilakarai
  Thouheed Jamath, Kumbakonam
  Tirunelveli Ismalic Voluntary Assoiciation (TIVA), Tirunelveli
  Topputturai,
  TRUST OF HOLY QUR-AAN, Coimbatore
  Truth Propagation Centre, Aligarh
  Unique Charity Group, Baroda
  UNITED JAMATH BAITHULMAL -TONDI, Tondi
  UNITED MUSLIM ASSOCIATION, Bharuch
  United Reformers Organization, Bhopal
  UNIVERSAL PEACE RESEARCH LIBRARY {UPRL}, Mumbai
  Usvathun Hasana Muslim Sangam, Kilakarai
  Usvathun Hasana Muslim Sangam, Kilakari
  USWATHUN HASANAH MUSLIM ILAYNGAR MUNNETRA SANGAM, Madras
  يarussalam library.(call and guidance), Dharmapuri
  VALAR PIRAI ISLAM YOUNGSTER ASSOCIATION, Karisavayal
  wajid foundation, Darbhanga District
  Wings of mercy organisation, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Zain Information Systems, Pune
  Zeenath baksh, Mangalur
  Zeenath Baksh Yatheemkhana, Mangalore
  Zenith Ehortation & Education Academy, Champdani
  ZILAI JAMIAT-E-AHLEHADEES GULBARGA, Gulbarga

 

Aalim Muhammed Salegh College Of Engineering, Madras
  Abu-Bakr Siddique Islamic Foundation, New Delhi
  Abul Kalam Azad Educational Welfear Sosity, Karanjot Bazar
  AHANGRAN SENIOR SECONDRYSCHOOL, Jaipur City
  Al Ameen Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Erode
  Al kabir educational institutions, Mysore
  Al Madrasathul Hidayathul Islam, Calicut
  AL MADRASATHUL ISLAMIYA, Puthiyangadi
  al madrassathul islamiya pongoode, Malappuram
  Al Masjidul Ilahi, Edayur
  Al Noor Indian Modern School, Thoputorai
  Al-Ameen College, Bangalore
  Al-Ameen College, Bangalore City
  AL-AMEEN EDUCATION TRUST, Alwaye
  Al-Ameen Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kumbakonam
  Al-Firdousia Arabic College, Nagercoil
  Al-Furqan Islamic English Medium School, Mangalore
  Al-Hamd Study Welfare Circle, New Delhi
  Al-Jamiatul Islamia Noor-ul-Huda, Uravakonda
  AL-MADARASUTHUN-NISWAN-WAL-FURQAN, Kilakarai
  Al-Muminah School, Bombay
  Alandur Islamic Library & Education Centre, Chennai
  Aligarh Muslim University, Lucknow
  Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
  Almighty Educational Society Regd. Malerkotla, Maler Kotla
  Al_Huda Educational Society, Nellore
  ANAIKAR MATRICULATION HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL, Chennai
  Andhra Muslim College, Guntur
  Anglo Urdu High School nandurbar, Nandurbar
  Anjuaman Islam Public School, Panchgani
  Anjuman Falahul Muslemin, Hajipur
  Anjuman high school, Talikoti
  Anjuman Islahul-mulimeen, Ratlam
  Ansar English School, Trichur
  Ansari Oxford Central School, Cuddapah
  Ashiana Flats Masjid, Ahmadabad
  Asma Matriculation School, Tambaram
  Ayesha Siddeeqa Islamic College for Women, Madras
  AYSHA SIDDIQA GIRLS ISLAMIC COLLEGE, Kayalpatnam
  Aysha siddiqua arabic college, Kayalpattinam
  AZHAR HIFLU MADRASA, Kayalpatnam
  Azharul Uloom Islamic College, Cochin
  B.S.Abdur Rahman Crescent Engineering College, Madras
  Bachchon ka ghar amod, Amod
  Bahr-Ul-Uloom, Mau Junction
  Bahrul Uloom Antari Bazar, Shohratgarh
  BI BI FATEMA URDU GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL, Darwaha Moti Bagh
  Brilliant Matriculation School, Tiruvarur
  BRILLIANT PUBLIC SCHOOL, Bidar District
  BRILLIANT PUBLIC SCHOOL'S, Bidar

C Abdul Hakeen College of Engg, Melvisharam
  C.Abdul Hakeem college, Madras
  CENTRAL HR. SEC. SCHOOL, Kayalpattinam
  CHALIL PAREMMEL DARU SALAM MADRASA, Kerala
  Chand Sultana High School & Junior College, Ahmadnagar
  CRECSENT HIGH SCHOOL, Nizamabad
  Cresent School, Pondicherry
  Daru-Ul-Uloom, Mau Junction
  Darul Hidaya Orphanage, Edapal
  Darul Huda Islamic Academy, Tirurangadi
  DARUL ISLAM, Firozabad
  Darul quran, Tankaria
  Darul Talim Was-Sanat, Kanpur
  Darul Ulool Markaz, Sopore
  Darul uloom ashrafiyah rander, Rander
  Darul Uloom Falah-e-Darain, Tadkesar
  DARUL ULOOM WAQF DEOBAND, Deoband
  DARUL ULOOM. LUNAVADA, LUNAVADA
  Darul Ulum Hasaniya, Himatnagar
  darul ulum kotma, Kotma
  DARUL- ULOOM MADRASSA VELLIYANCHERY, Malappuram
  DARULQAZA, Dehra Dun
  Darululoom Arbia Islamia, Jodhpur
  DarulUmoor, Bangalore
  Darunnajat High School, Karuvarakundu
  Darunnajath English Medium School (CBSE), Karuvarakundu
  Darunnajth Arabic College, Karuvarakundu
  Darur uloom minhajuddawah, Saharanpur District
  Darussalaam Madrasa, Kannur
  Darussalam higher secondary school, Kadayanallur
  DHEENIYA MATRICULATION HIGHYER SEC SCHOOL, Kilakarai
  DR ZAKIR HUSSAIN COLLEGE, Ilayangudi
  EPMS (English Priority Model School), Adirampatnam
  F D Highschool, Ahmadabad
  F.D.college for women, Ahmadabad
  Faiz-e-aam inter college, Kanpur
  Faiz-e-Aam Muslim School, Faizabad
  Falah-e-Ummat Girls Degree Collage, Bhadohi
  farooq-e-aazam schoole, Ahmadabad
  Grace Education Foundation, Pune
  HAJEE KARUTHA ROWTHER HOWDIA COLLEGE, Uttamapalaiyam
  Haji Ghulam Mohammad Azam Trust, Pune
  Haleem Muslim Degree College, Kanpur
  Hameediah Metriculation Hr Sec School, Kilakarai
  HAMIDHIYYA QURAN HIFZ MADRASA (MNL SULAIMAN), Kayalpatnam
  Hanfia Arabic College Noorbagh Srinagar, Srinagar
  Hasaniya Middle School, Kulasekarapatnam
  Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddeeq Urdu High School, Balapur
  Hidayath English Medium School, Kannur
  Hidhayathul islam hr sec school, Kadayanallur
 

  HIRA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL and HIRA WOMENS COLLEGE, Mangalore
  Huda Public School, Adoni
  I S S Sen. Sec. School, Perintalmanna
  I.S.E.D Higher Secondary School, Nagercoil
  Ilayangudi Higher Secondary School, Ilaiyankudi
  Imam Gazzali Matriculation Hr.Sec School, Chidambaram
  Inayet-ul-uloom, Parbhani
  INPT Matriculation School, Ilaiyankudi
  INTERNATIONAL ACCESS SCHOOL, Siwan
  Iqra public school bongam, Shupiyan
  IQRA PUBLIC SCHOOL, (ENGLISH MEDIUM ARABIC SCHOOL), Sambalpur
  IslaH Student's Association(IHSAN), Tanur
  Islahul Muslamin Madarsha, Siwan
  Islamia Arabic college kurnool, Kurnool
  Islamia Girls Sen.Sec.School Qila Rehmtgarh, Malerkotla
  ISLAMIA HIGH SCHOOL, Simri Bakhtiarpur
  Islamia High School Rajouri Kadal Srinagar, Srinagar
  Islamia Institute of Technology, Bangalore
  Islamia Inter College, Mainpuri
  Islamia Matriculation School, Kilakarai
  Islamiah boys higher secondry school, Vaniyambadi
  Islamiah College, Vaniyambadi, Madras
  Islamiah Higher Secondary School,, Peranambattu
  Islamic Central School, Ottapalam
  Islamic centre, Cochin
  Islamic Guidance Trust, Erattupetta
  Islamic International School, Bombay
  ISLAMIC MODEL SCHOOL (I.M.S), THIRUVITHANCODE, Nagercoil
  ISLAMIC MODEL MATRICULATION SCHOOL, Tondi
  islamic oriental high school, Pattambi
  ISLAMIC SCHOOL , CHETTAMKUNNU, Tellichery
  Islamic Womens College, Tellicherry
  Islamiya College, Kuttiadi
  IzharUL-Uloom Moronwala, Dehra Dun
  Jamaet-e-Islami, Pattambi
  Jamal Mohamed College, Tiruchchirappalli
  Jamal Mohamed College (Autonomous), Trichinapalli
  Jamamasjid Islamnagar Rasoolpur DARBHANGA, Darbhanga District
  Jame masjid mahad, Mahad
  Jamea tul hidayah, Jaipur
  JAMIA -E-NIZAMIA, Hyderabad
  jamia AbuHuraira kosamba, Kosamba Junction
  Jamia Alia Arabia, Mau
  Jamia Arabia Imdadul islam Kamalpur, Bulandshahr District
  Jamia Arabia,Udhyamnagar, Ratnagiri
  Jamia Asaria Darul-Hadees, Mau Junction
  Jamia Athariya Darul Hadees, Mau
  Jamia Bushra Ladies Islamic College, Karaikal
  JAMIA DARUL BIR NULKAPET, Vijayawada
  Jamia Ehsaan ul Bannat, Moradabad
 

  Jamia Faizul Hidaya al Islamia, Patna District
  Jamia Haleema, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Jamia Hamdard School, New Delhi
  Jamia Islamiya Talimuddin, Dabhel
  Jamia Khadija tul Kubra, Maler Kotla
  Jamia Manbaul Anwar Arabic College, Lalpet, Chidambaram
  JAMIA MARKAZU SSAQAFATHI SSUNNIYYA, Kerala
  JAMIA MASJID, Kodlipet
  Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
  Jamia muhammadiyah mansoora, Bangalore
  Jamia Qasimya Madarsa Shahi, Moradabad
  Jamia Rashidul Uloom, Chatra
  Jamia Riyazul Uloom (Raihan Molvi), Indore
  Jamia Salafiya, Kerala
  Jamia-Ayesha Siddiqua RZ, Kanpur
  Jamiah Al-Furqan Al-Islamiah, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Jamiah Islahul Banat, Navsari
  Jamiat ul sualehat, Rampur
  Jamiatul banaat, Hyderabad
  Jamiatulfalah, Azamgarh
  JAMIYA MISBAHUL HUTHA ARABIC COLLEGE., Nidur
  Jamiyya yamaniyya, Calicut
  Jauhar Public School, Bidar District
  Justice Basheer Ahmed Sayeed College For Women, Madras
  KAASHIFUL HUDA ARABIC COLLEGE, Madras
  Kader Mohideen College, Adirampatnam
  KALANJIAM SMT ARABIC COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Madras
  khalam public school, Koppal
  Kulliyathu Banathil Muslimeen, Pernambut
  Lateefia Arabic College, Vellore
  LIMRA HIGH SCHOOL, Bombay
  M.A.K.AZAD SENIOR SECONRY SCHOOL, Jodhpur
  M.A.M COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, Tiruchchirappalli
  M.K. IDEAL PUBLIC SCHOOL BARHARIA, Siwan
  M.M.INTER COLLEGE, Chandpur
  Madani Welfare Association, Bhubaneshwar
  Madarasa Khadijatul kubra for Muslim Girls, Bhopal
  Madarasah Islamia Manba ul Uloom, Bulandshahr District
  Madarasthul Rahmaaniyaa, Kiliyanur
  Madarsa -e- Mehmood Gawan, Bidar District
  Madarsa Ahya-ul-uloom, Sandila
  Madarsa AnwarulUloom AhleHadees, Utraula
  Madarsa Darul Takmeel, Muzaffarpur
  MADARSA IMDADIA, Azamgarh
  MADARSA IMDADUL ULOOM SARAULI, Khundaur
  madarsa Inamul-uloom Bissau, Bissau
  Madarsa Islamia Darul Uloom Rahmania, Hyderabad
  Madarsa Islamia Mazharul Uloom, Bulandshahr
  Madarsa Jame-ul-Uloom, Muzaffarpur District
  Madarsa Jame-ul-Uloom, Muzaffarpur
 

Madarsa Jame-ul-Uloom, Patkapur, Kanpur, Kanpur
  Madarsa Kashif-ul-Uloom, Aurangabad
  Madarsa Lil banat Islamia, Mau Junction
  Madarsa Maaz Ibne Jabal, Aligarh
  Madarsa Riyazul-Uloom, Hubli
  Madarsa Rozatul-Uloom, Bhagalpur District
  Madarsa Shahi, Moradabad District
  MADARSA SIRAJ O LOOM, Jhanjharpur
  Madarsa Tahfizul Quran, Siwan
  Madarsa Wasiatul Uloom, Allahabad Junction
  Madarsah Bahrul Uloom, Balapur
  Madarsah Tajweedul Quran, New Delhi
  Madeenathul Uloom Arabic College, Kozhikkot
  Madersa madinath ul uloom, Bidar
  Madharasuthul Kaasimiyaa, Vattalkundu
  Madrasa Al-falah, Indore
  Madrasa Darul-Uloom, Nagpur District
  Madrasa Faizul Quran, Chiplun
  Madrasa Jamia Hamidia, Panoli
  Madrasa Mohammadia Arabia, Bombay
  Madrasa saabiria, Meerut
  Madrasa Tahfeezul Qur'an, Nagpur District
  Madrasa Tarteel-ul Quran, New Delhi
  Madrasa-E-Talha, Aurangabad
  Madrasathul Manar Lower Primary School, Chaliyam
  Madrasatul Mohsinaat, Indore
  Madresa High School, Himatnagar
  Madresa highschool, Anand
  Madressa Tajweedul Qur'aan, Dholikuwa
  Mahad AlHa al islami, Calcutta
  Majidiya Islamia College, Allahabad
  Malabar Islamic Complex, Kasaragod
  Malharul Aabideen Sanmaarka Sabai, Kayalpatnam
  Manara Academy, Cuttack
  Manba-ul-ula Arabic College, Koothanallur
  Manshau Thazkiyathi sunniyyathil Islmiyya, Mattul
  MASJID NGOS COLONY, Hyderabad
  Maulana Azad Educational Trust, Aurangabad
  Maulana Azad Higher Secondary School, Bhopal
  Mazahiruloom, Saharanpur District
  mazahiruloom(regd), Saharanpur
  MEASI Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Chennai
  MEASI Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Mannady
  MESCO, Thane
  Miftah-Ul-Uloom, Mau Junction
  MILLAT EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY, Samastipur
  MILLAT ISLAMIA SCHOOL, Aligarh
  Millat School, Bombay
  Mirqat-Ul-Uloom, Mau Junction
  Mohamed Sathak College of Arts & Science, Madras
 

  Mohamed Sathak Trust, Chennai
  Mohamedia Higher Secondary School, Chittarkottai
  mohammedia educational trust, Bangalore
  Moulana Abul Hasan Nadwi Academy, Bhatkal
  Moulana Azad Urdu School, Vijayawada
  MUDUKULATHUR EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE TRUST, Mudukulathur
  Muslim Educational Society High School, Karaikal
  Muslim High School, Bhagalpur
  Muslim Hr.Sec.School, Tirunelveli
  muslim national school naya nagar, Dehra Dun
  Muslim youth fedrestion, Latur
  Muslima Girls Degree College, Moradabad
  NAROLI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, Indore
  Nasiha Education & Welfare Trust(Regd.), Bombay
  New College Institute of Management, Madras
  New College Mosque, Madras
  Nizam Oriental Arabic Higher Sec, Pudukkottai
  NOONHERI NOORUL ISLAM MADRASSA, Kerala
  NOORUL HIKMAH SCHOOL, Madras
  Noorul Islam College of Engineering,, Kanyakumari
  Noorul Islam Educational society, Lucknow City
  NUSRATHUL ISLAM MADRASSA AND MOSQUE, Nileshwar
  Oaks High School, Panchgani
  OASIS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, Bangalore
  Peace Public School, Mangalore
  Quaid-e-Millath Government College for women (Women), Madras
  Rahmania Primary School-Quila Laruee, Hajipur
  Rahmaniya Madrassa, Adirampattinam
  Rahmaniyya Arabic College Katameri, Kozhikode
  Rizwaan ul uloom Bazar masjid Chikalthana Aurangabad, Aurangabad
  S.A.K. Nursery & Primary School, Madras
  Sabeel-ur-Rashad, Bangalore
  SADAKATHULLA APPA COLLEGE, Madras
  SADAKATHULLAH APPA COLLEGE, Tirunelveli
  SALAHUDDHEEN MADRASA, Kerala
  Sana Nursery and Primary School, Chennai
  savukathul islam higer sec school, Valathoor
  School of Orthoepy Qur'an & Theology Education, Srinagar
  Serajool Uloom Shaikh Muhallah, Siwan
  Seyad Residential School, Coutralam, Tirunelveli
  shadan college islamic school, Hyderabad
  SHAHEED ABDUL HAMEED EDUCATION SOCIETY, Mumbai
  SIBSAGAR DEENI MADRASSA, Sibsagar
  Sipahiyan Madrsa, Parbatsar
  SIR SYED URDU HIGH SCHOOL, Bhagalpur
  Sirajul Huda Madrasa, Kottakkal
  Sirajul Huda Madrassa, Malappuram
  Soukathul Islam Higher Sec. School. Valoothur,Al mubeen Matriculation School. Chakarappalli., Ayyampettai
  Students Islamic Organisation Of India, Vaniyambadi
  sullamussalam, Malappuram
 

  Sullamussalam Arabic College, Arikkod
  Taalim-ul-quran Madarsa, Hajipur
  TAWAKKAL INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, Bangalore
  The General Education of Muslims (GEM) Society, Bombay
  The Glorious Quran: Listen, Read And Understand., Srinagar
  The New College, Madras
  The scholar school, Koothanallur
  THONSE JAMIA MASJID, Bangalore
  Uswathun Hasnah Oriental Arabic School for Girls, Pallapatti
  Vaniyambadi muslim educational society, Vaniyambadi
  WISDOM International School, Bangalore
  WOMEN S ISLAMIC COLLEGE, Mangalore

   Muslim Owned Business


  Ch Sardar Ali Lumberdar Misali Zaree Farms, Machhiwara
  Ch.Hayat Zaree Farms Lumberdar Sardar Ali Gardens, Kasu Begu
  Mehr Bakhsha Sarsabaz Zaree Farms, Kasu Begu
  Mehr Hasta Mehr Jambel Agiculture Farms, Arniwala
  Mian Muhammad Aalam & Sons Group of Construction., Patti
  .KALANJIAM HARDWARE STORES, Madras
  4f logistics solutions, Madras
  7sky Internet & Computer Services, Rajouri District
  A A Hussain & Co. Book Sellers, Hyderabad
  A PRAYER TIMING BOARDS MANUFACTURING CO., New Delhi
  A Solution, Indore
  A-One Service Station, Baroda
  A. K. TRADING COMPANY, Kanpur Central
  A.AFZAL MIYAN KARCHOBWALE(RAZI), Hyderabad-Deccan
  A.K.AHAMED MODERN RICE MILL, Salem Junction
  a.v.ibrahim industries, Madras
  Aarworld enterprises, Delhi
  Abdul Khadeer Autoelectricals, Vijayawada
  Abdulla Sports, Coonoor
  Abdullahs Electronics Centre, Bombay
  Abeed painting contractors, Bombay
  Abu constructions, Madras
  Abu constructions, Madras Saint Thomas Mount
  Acme Exports, New Delhi
  Acme Service Agencies, Bhopal
  Adam Stores, Cochin
  Ahsan Promoters Pvt Ltd, Kilakarai
  AISH Offset Printers, Hyderabad
  AL MISBAH ISLAMIC BOOK SHOP, Bombay
  Al-Ameen Computer Solutions, Neyyattinkara
  Al-Ayaan Property Dealer, Kanpur
  Al-Aziz Tours and Travels for Hajj & Umrah, Nandurbar
  AL-FIRDHOUSE INTERNATIONAL, Madurai
  AL-NEAMAT FAST FOOD, Jaipur City
  AL-Sehat Enterprises, Anantnag
  ALAM TRAVELS PVT LTD, Aligarh District
  ALAM TRAVELS(P) Ltd, Aligarh
  AlChis Soft Systems, Coimbatore
  ALFATHAH UNIVERSALS, Madurai
  Alhaj kalanjiam mohammed abdul khader coconut farm, Tirttakkarai
  ALIBRIS INDIA, Moradabad
  Alig Printing Press, Sarai Mir
  ALL INDIA COMPUTER SAKSHRTA MISSION, Dewas
  Allied Printers & Stationers, Aurangabad
  Almech Enterprise, Coimbatore
  Alpha One Impex, Indore
  AMAN HOTEL, Bombay
  Amin sons export, Moradabad
  AMINA RUGS, Bhadohi
 
Amsooa Exports, Hyderabad

  ANJUMAN HAMI-E-MUSLIMEEN BHATKAL, BHATKAL
  ANSAAR PUBLISHERS, Thanjavur
  Anwar Kamal & Company, Moradabad
  APNI CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, Malegaon
  APNI MEDICAL AND GENERAL STORES, Malegaon
  Aqua Exports, Jaipur City
  Aqueela Graphics intl., Varanasi
  Arafa Medical Mission , Arafa Group, Kollam
  Arasan, Tirunelveli
  Arifa Rifasi, Madras
  ARSHTECH ENTERPRISES, Bombay
  ASAD RADIATORS SERVICING CENTRE, Vijayawada
  Ashraf Clinic Mosque, Patna
  Asian Colors Plus, Alwaye
  Asian Diagnostics, Bangalore
  Asian Engineering Enterprises, Coimbatore
  Asian enterprises, Koothanallur
  Asma supplying company, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Asrar Brick Works, Chandausi
  ATTORNEY INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAWS, Gwalior
  AYSHA HOSPITALS (P) Ltd, Madras
  Aziz and sons button wala, New Delhi
  Babu Stores, Erode
  Bajaman Traders, Aurangabad
  Banu Agencies, Tirunelveli
  Barick Rubber Industries, Hyderabad-Deccan
  BASHEER & SHAHID, Kerala
  Beth Moore, Bombay
  Bharat Iron & Hardware Merchant, Jangaon
  bharat minerals, Nagpur
  Bharat Sweets, Aurangabad
  Bharath Engineering Constructions and Industries, Madras
  Bismi Enterprises, Madras
  blue leather home, Erode
  Blue-Chip consultancy Services, Pune
  Bombay Restaurant, Ernakulam
  Bon Voyage Tours, Bombay Harbour
  BOXBOARD SUPPLIERS, Surat
  BR Infosys, Raichur District
  Bright Group Of Companies, Calcutta Hastings
  BUILDWEL - BUILDERS, ENGINEERS & MANUFACTURERS OF CONCRETE BLOCKS, Bangalore
  C. I. Infosolutions Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
  CELL STAR, HYDERABAD-DECCAN
  Champakali Textiles, Malegaon
  Char bhai bidi works, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Chiragh Ali Mohd. Siddique, Varanasi
  City Constrution & Consultant, Kilakarai
  City Hospital & Medical research Centre, Nasik
  City Software, Madras
  Color gems export, jaipur, Jaipur City
 

  Continental Exports, Moradabad
  Crescentravels,fr.the professionalcouriers, Chidambaram
  Cresstar Company (I) Pvt Ltd, Bombay
  cyber highway, Bhopal
  Cyclo (India), Aligarh
  Dabhoiwala tea & cold drinks, Anklesvar
  DARUL AMAN ISLAMIC COMPLEX, KALLADIKODE, Palakkad
  Darulkutub Al Islamia, New Delhi
  Dawn Digital Net, Tenkasi
  Design Centre, Bangalore City
  DIAJEWELS, Mumbai
  Din Dunia Monthly, Delhi
  Dr. Javed Ahmed Khan (BUMS), Azamgarh district
  Dr. Jawed A. Khanدكتور جـاويـد أحـمــد خـان, Chakia
  Dr. Mohd. Alim (RMP), Chakia
  Dr. Mohd. Alim (RMP), Azamgarh district
  Dr. Neyaz A. Khan, Chakia
  Dr. Neyaz Ahmed Khan, Azamgarh district
  Dr.Mohammed Younus, Bangalore
  Dreams Communications, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Eastern Exports, Bhadohi
  EBRAHIM H. TIMBER MART, Bombay
  Erode Agencies, Madras
  Essaar Marketing, Himatnagar
  ETERNAL EDUCATION, New Delhi
  Everest Fire Protection, Delhi
  EXALT ENVIREONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES, Tirunelveli
  Exotique Concepts, New Delhi
  Exposystems, Madras
  Eye care and Research center Karan nagar, Srinagar
  Fair Deal, Ratlam
  Faisals Inshah Systems, Jalna
  Faizal Store, Kilakarai
  Famous Perfumery, Hyderabad
  Famous Unani Medicine Center, Hyderabad
  FASTTRACK mobile services, Ahmadabad
  FF CHAINS, Madras
  FOOT FASHiON, Coonoor
  ForNewDomain.com, Chittarkottai
  FURQAN INVESTMENTS, Bombay
  GAZA ASSOICATES, Bombay
  GEMAX IMPAX, Jaipur City
  GEMAX IMPAX, Amer
  Gennex Consultants, Kolkata
  Globoid Consultancy & Services, Bombay
  GOOD LUCK MOTORS, Himatnagar
  Graphic Park, Madras
  Great Moghul Briyani, Madras
  Greater kashmir publications, Srinagar
  Gujarat tea company, Junagadh

  Haaji.Mohmed Ashraf & Co, Vattalkundu
  HAFIZ BROTHERS, Surat
  Hafiz Cloth, Simri Bakhtiarpur
  Hafiz Tours & Travels, Surat
  Hajar Clothing, Madras
  hani fashions, Madras
  HARI TAPES PVT. LTD., Valsad
  Hassan Tailors, New Delhi
  HEERA ENTERPRISES, Erode
  HIDAYA ECO KRAFT PRODUCTS, Madras
  Himalayan Handicrafts Heritage, New Delhi
  Hina Pen & Stationers, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Hiroli Enterprise, Pune
  HomeCare Furnishing Interiors, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Hoorulyn World, Tirunelveli
  Hotel Crown Plaza, Aurangabad
  Hotel Durbar, Mysore
  Hotel subapalace, Bombay
  IBF NET : Islamic Business and Finance Network, Bhubaneswar
  IDAFA INVESTMENTS PVT. LTD., Bombay
  Idara Ishaat-e-Diniyat (P) Ltd, New Delhi
  Idara Islamic Store, New Delhi
  IDEAL ENTERPRISES, Bangalore City
  IFK ENTERPRISES, Jabalpur
  Ihsaan systems, Bangalore
  Image Systems, Villupuram
  Imam's Contact Point / Public Book Center, Jale
  Ind Trust Travels & Cargo Pvt Ltd, Madras
  Indomal Jewellery, Chidambaram
  INFOPARK COMPUTER ACADEMY, Kottakkal
  inpack machineries(india).Pvt.ltd, Bombay
  IQBAL M.DHANANI, ADVOCATE, Surat
  Iqra arts, Pune
  IQRA TOOLS, Malegaon
  Islami Kitab Ghar, New Delhi
  ISLAMIC BOOK CENTRE, Kilakarai
  Islamic Cultural Centre - ICC, Trikarpur
  Islamic Publishing House, Trivandrum
  Jama masjid, Jahanabad
  JAMA MASJID, BARKAS, Hyderabad-Deccan
  jameel lakkadshaw, Nagpur
  Jamil Tex, Karaikal
  Janatha Automotives, Kadapa
  Janatha Medical Stores, Kadapa
  JIMMY INTTERNATIONAL, Jaipur
  JPC BUSSINESS CONSULTANTS, Madras
  Kaaba International, Madras
  KAABA INTERNATIONAL, Kilakarai
  Kafeel Graphics Vision., Bhadohi
  kAG Exports, Madurai

  Kagzi paper suppliers, Surat
  KALANJIAM BROTHERS, Madurai
  kalanjiam hardware stores, Kilakarai
  KALIMA GROUPS, Karaikkal
  kanak metal industries, Jodhpur
  Kaniyatu Kudiyil Enterprise, Cochin
  Kashmir Arts Inc., Batamalina
  KASHMIR PHOTO, Srinagar
  KAVITHA SHOPPING CENTRE, Tirunelveli
  Khalidi Jewellers, Hyderabad
  Kholanis Kitchen (Indian, Chinese, Tandoori), Hyderabad-Deccan
  KHOLANIS KITTCHEN, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Khurshid and Brothers Color_Button Shop, Buxar
  Kids Land, Hyderabad-Deccan
  KINGDOM TRAVELS INTERNATIONAL, Hyderabad-Deccan
  KINGSUN TRADERS, Kadayanallur
  KJHIMPEX, Madras
  Kohinoor Traders, Krar
  LANDLINKS, Bangalore
  LIGHT ZONE, Madras
  Link Group of Industries, Aligarh
  Link Locks Private Limited, Aligarh
  Lubaba Media Centre Aluva, Ernakulam South
  LUCKY, Bombay
  LUCKY AGENCIES, Madras
  Lucky Medical Store, Ahmadabad
  M H Valves Pvt LTD., Ahmadabad
  M.Aslam industries, Dewas
  M.M ABBAS & BROS.,, Madras
  M/S RAHMAN ENTERPRISES, Cochin
  M/s ALIF EXIM, Ghaziabad
  M/S Allied Engineers (PVT) Ltd, Patti
  M/s Hero Footwear, New Delhi
  M/S Mian Abdul Latif & Co(Pvt)Limited, Patti
  M/S NEW NATIONAL BAKERY, Jhansi
  M/S Sulaman Brothers Exporters and Importers, Patti
  M/s SULEMAN CONTRACTORS, Ghaziabad
  Madina Hotel (Restaurant), Dholka
  Maharashtra Bakery & Storeمهاراشترا بيكرى ايند استور ـ ماليكاؤن, Malegaon
  Makkia BOOKS PVT LTD, New Delhi
  Maktaba Al-Huda, Azamgarh District
  Maktaba Al-Hudaمكتبة الهـدى, Chakia
  malla arts Emporium, Goa District
  Mamta Nursing Homeممتا نرسنك هوم - شاه كنج - جونبور, Shahganj
  Manu Memorial Hospital & Laboratories, Manjeri
  Manzoor Gems Company, Jaipur
  Maqbulhusen Malaiwala, Ahmedabad Junction
  Mars Communication, New Delhi
  MAS Computech Solutions, Bangalore
  MAS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, Bangalore

Maseha Dental Clinic, Bangalore
  Masjide-Ahle-Hadees, Hosur
  Masood Thaika Higher Secondary school, Kadayanallur
  Mass Traders, Vattalkundu
  Master Sizing Works, Malegaon
  MEDIA FIGHTERS (Tele Production House), New Delhi
  Medicinal Heights, Ratlam
  Mehr Sikandar Ali Mehr Wazir Ali Zaree Farms, Kasu Begu
  Metro Builders, Ooty
  Mian Ghulam Hussain Agri Farms, Keli
  Mian Maula Bakhash Construction Company, Patti
  Microsys Computers, Valsad
  Millennium Systems, Hyderabad-Deccan
  MINORITY OWNED SMALL BUSINESSES, LUNAVADA
  MIR ASSOCIATES, Bangalore
  MODERN HOSPITAL, Pune
  MOON HANDICRAFT, Rae Bareli
  Moti Medical Store-Phulhara Bazar, Hajipur
  MOULANA COMPANY LIMITED, Madras Egmore
  mPower Labs Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore
  Mubina Mehmood Narmawala, Ahmedabad Junction
  Multifold Access Trading Est. P. Ltd., New Delhi
  MUQTAR PAN MAHAL, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Musaddiqueahmed Haji Shabbirul mehmoodkhan kanungo, Surat
  MUSLIM OWNED BUSINESSES (1) AMEER THANGA MAALIGAI (2) GOLDEN MEDICALS (3) ANDAVAR KALYANA MANDABAM, Tiruvarur
  MUTHU SHOE MART, Villupuram
  Muzammil Enterprises, Service Agent For THE PROFESSIONAL COURIERS, Madras
  N I H ENTERPIRSE, New Delhi
  N.B CONSTRUCTION,AUTO SERVICES,HARDWARES, Burdwan
  Naaz collection, Ahmadnagar District
  Naaz Enterprises, Bangalore City
  NAAZ INTERNATIONAL, Madras
  Nafi Enterprise, Vellore
  Nahdi medical n opptical, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Naseer plastics and co, Malkapet
  NASR RECRUITMENT SERVICES, Hyderabad-Deccan
  National Hardware, Adilabad
  national travels, Bangalore
  Nawaz & Co., Hyderabad-Deccan
  nayaab impex, Bombay
  Nayab Communications, Malegaon
  Nayagara Water solutions, Madras Triplicane
  New Automobile spare parts, Attingal Ar
  New Fashion, New Delhi
  NEW MASTER GENERAL STORE, Chandauli
  NOBLE COMPUTER SYSTEMS & NOBLE NETWORKS, Hyderabad
  Numen Institute & Internet Cafe, Kanpur
  Office Systems & Allied Services, Bangalore
  OFFICEAIDS AUTOMATION PVT.LTD., Pune
  owned bussiness, Kerala

  Pacific traders, Karikal
  Palma Lab, Tellicherry
  Paramount Service, Faizabad
  Parbatsar food stuff, Parbatsar
  Parotta corner, Bangalore
  PC Care, Beed
  PHOENIX TRADES & EXPORTS,, Cochin
  Phoenix trdaes & Exports, Pullepady Road, Ernakulam, Ernakulam
  Planet Aqua, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Polynix Corporation, Hyderabad
  Pondy PREMIER Seals Pvt Ltd, Pondichery
  Precision Technik Pvt Ltd, Calcutta
  Premier Builders and Developers, Aurangabad
  Premier Care Private Limited, Calcutta
  Prime Travel N Tour, New Delhi
  Pruedent fincial and Investment consultancy services, Bharuch
  Rabbani Creators, Madras
  RAIHAN PERFUMERS, Mumbai
  Rajah Ayurvedaic Hospitals, Chavakkad
  Rajah Healthy Acres, Kootanad
  Raza Islami Kitab Ghar, Jabalpur
  Rehmani garments, Jabalpur
  Reliance Artwares Pvt.Ltd, Noida
  RIFFAI &CO, Madras
  RISHA TEX, Tiruporur
  ROYAL CLINICAL LABORATORY, Kosamba Junction
  Royal industries, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Ruby Tours and Travels, Poona
  S & M International, Kanpur Central
  S M Exports, Vashi
  S.I.A.CONSTRUCTION AND S.I.A.ELECTRICALS, Kilakarai
  S.N.Eye Care & Optical Center, Jodhpur City
  SAAD MARKETING, Kosamba Junction
  safar international, Delhi Paharganj
  saifia college, Bhopal
  Salamath Pathippagam, Madras
  SALAMAX EXPORT INTERNATIONAL, Bombay
  Saleem Stores, Madras
  Samrina Fibers, Chittarkottai
  SANGTARASH BUYING RESOURCES, Moradabad
  SARAH JEWELLERS, Tirunelveli
  Saudi International Travels, Mangalur
  SCANSOFT SYSTEMS, Kadapa
  Selvan Consultants Pvt Ltd, Bangalore City
  Shaheen enterprises, Chennai
  Shaik Meera & Sons, Vijayawada
  SHAIKH HOSPITAL, Pune
  Shalimar Book House, Aurangabad
  ShaPlus Software, Tellicherry
  Sharona Computers, Kota

Shelter Pharmacy Pvt. Ltd., Himatnagar
  SHIFA CLINIC MARKHEL, Bidar District
  SHIFA DISPENSARY, Bidar
  Silver Computer, Himatnagar
  SIRAATAL MUSTAKHEEM (INDIA) PUBLICATIONS PVT. LTD., Visakhapatnam
  Sky Air Travels & Sky Telecom & Sky Cell point, Madukkur
  Snainfo, Surat
  Sohail Infotech, Hyderabad-Deccan
  South India Leather Agencies, Madras
  SPEED CYBER CAFE, Ahmadabad
  Star Automobiles stores, Vijayawada
  STAR TECHNOLOGIES & STAR INTERNET CENTER, Gangavati
  Star Transport, Kurnool
  Step Up Ladder Manufacturing Company, Bombay
  Strokes graphics, fine art, Bombay
  Subedar & Sons, Hyderabad-deccan
  SUBHANIA BOOK DEPOT, NAYAMUHALLA, Jabalpur
  SUCCESS AIR TRAVALS&CARCO SERVICES, Madukkur
  Sun medicals, Tinnevelli
  Sun Survey Systems, Roorkee
  Sunny Superette, Visakhapatnam
  Super Plastics Corporation, Ahmadabad
  Supreme Trading Co., Aurangabad
  Syed Dade Ali & Sons, Nizamabad
  SYSNET COMPUSYSTEM Pvt. Ltd., Indore
  SYSNET COMPUSYSTEM Pvt. Ltd., Pune
  Systems & Paradigms Consulting, New Delhi
  TAAJ ENTERPRISES, Madras
  TAJ MANAGEMENT NETWORK, Bhiwadi
  Tareq Arts Group, Hyderabad
  TEAM INFOSOL, Bangalore
  Technotel engineers, Indore
  Tekrawala Handloom, Ahmadabad
  Thahir's Designer Hardware, Madras
  The Best Women Hostel, Chennai
  The Best Working Womes Hotel, Madras
  The Hilal Press, Tirunelveli
  The Links Private Limited, Bangalore City
  The Urdu Times Daily, Bombay
  The Yarn Tex Traders, Bhadohi
  Theme Interiors, Pune
  Three Wise Men Travel & Forex Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad
  Time Travel, Jaisalmer
  Tippusultan real estste agencey, Bangalore
  Tooba Book Store, Madras
  TOP STAR AGENCIES, Kunnamkulam
  Tristar Controls, Vapi
  umstky overseas, Calcutta
  UNIQUE COMPUTERISE ACCOUNTING CENTRE, Gangavathi
  Unity P F, Sangli

universal electricals, Surat
  Universal islamic products, Bangalore
  USAMAH CHEMICALS, Ahmadabad
  Vali Arts, Ahmadabad
  Victoria Timber Supplying Co, Bombay
  VM Systems, Erode
  Voice Of Justice, Manjeri
  WEST COAST AGENCIES, Mangalore
  WESTYLE EXPORTS, Madras
  YASHFEEN HEALTH CARE CENTRE, Bidar District
  Yawar Baig & Associates, Hyderabad-Deccan
  Yousuf Ads, Hyderabad
  Youth Forum for Social Development, Pali-Marwar
  Zaria Enterprises, Himatnagar
  ZEESHAN SHIP SUPPLIES, Mangalore

References
Islam in India ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_India   , September, 2008).
Info please ( http://www.infoplease.com/atlas/country/india.html ,  September, 2008).
Islam Finder ( http://www.islamicfinder.org/cityPrayerNew.php?country=india  , September, 2008).
Anonymous, Documents from Representatives of Islamic Organizations in India, September 2008.