AHMAD, MIRZA GHULAM (1835-1908) Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was born into a prominent landowning family of Qadian, a small town in the Gurdaspur district of Punjab He is said to have received a series of divine revelations, the most prominent and controversial being the call to prophethood within the fold of Islam Ghulam Ahmad also claimed that the prophesies revealed that he represented the second coming of Jesus Christ, who, in fact, had not been crucified, but had migrated to Kashmir and had been buried there Ghulam Ahmad founded the Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyas in 1889 In 1901, he persuaded the British administration of India to list his disciples, Ahmadiyas, as a separate sect of Islam

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