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KAKO - The Village of Legends

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KAKO - The Village of Legends

Kako (Jehanabad): Kako situated 10 km from Jehanabad Railway station. According to local legends, Lord Ramchandra’s stepmother, Rani Kekaiy of Ayodhya lived here for some time and the village took its name after her.

Location: KAKO, Jehanabad (Bihar)
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The village has also a tomb of Hazrat Bibi Kamal Sahiba; a great Muslim Lady saint. This woman was the aunt of Hazrat Makdum Saheb of Bihar
Sharif and Possessed divine powers.
The village has a very fame Vishnu Temple.
So many legends have belongs to this village, Like, Late Ryasat Karim (He was freedom fighter and leaved 5 years in jail. He was a MLA from Dehrionson constituency with Congress party 1966 - 1970, & Chairman of Khadi gram udhhog board of Bihar state 1974 -1977), Late shri Shibu Lal ji (Freedom fighter), Late Ataurrahman ata kakvi (Great Urdu Poet), Late Shahwali ur rahman wali (Urdu writer), Professor Dr. Syed Abdul Wahab Ashrafi (He was chairman of University Service Commission in 1992-1997 and then Chairman of Intermediate council 1999-2004.) & he received Sahitya Academy Award (Urdu), for 2007 etc.
This village also fame for own adab w tahzib.
KAKO is the HEART of all kakvis............

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Comment by shah ali hasnain on November 1, 2011 at 4:42pm
janab ashrafi sb., bibipur kai rahnai walai hain. gustakhi maff.
Comment by shah ali hasnain on November 1, 2011 at 4:40pm

Log jab kako kai barai main jantain nahi hai to phir comment kyoon likhtain hain. Janab wahab ashrafi ka kako se koi taluk nahi hia. AUR JANAB KAI sath SYED na jorain. UNKA us gharanai se koi taluk nahi. GUNAHGAR na banai.

 

Syed kahlana, apni maan ko gali dilwana dono barabar hai, agar aap syed nahi hain to. darai allah kai aawab se.

 

Regard,

Shah Ali Hasnain

Comment by Mohammed Anwar on October 4, 2010 at 10:10pm
Irfan u did great job through this we can keep more close with every kakvi. god bless u
Comment by ARIF AKHTAR on May 27, 2010 at 12:50am
DHEERE SE TERE KAANO ME...!!!

Kuchh der humare saath chalo,
hum dil ki kahani kah denge,
samjhe na jise tum aankhon se,
woh baat zabani kah denge,
phoolon ki tarah jab honton pe,
ek shpkh tabassum bikhrega,
dheere se tumhare kano me,
ek baat purani kah denge,
izhaar wafa tum kya jano,
iqrar wafa tum kya jano,
hum zikr karenge ghairon ka,
aur apni kahani kah denge.

ARIF AKHTAR KAKVI.
Comment by ARIF AKHTAR on May 26, 2010 at 5:43pm
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Comment by syed asifimam kakvi on May 26, 2010 at 1:03pm
To have Allahs closeness a person should consider all those things, matters and
habits ENEMY which are ..... In Bangalore a very Famous Dargah Shareef of Sufi
Saint belonging to ..... Mazar of Hazrat Bibi Kamaal Sahiba, Kako (Jehanabad
Comment by syed asifimam kakvi on May 26, 2010 at 12:51pm
unobtrusive Dargah at Kako in Jehanabad stands as a beacon of social harmony and peace for thousands of devotees belonging to both communities, Muslium and Hindus. Bibi Kamal preached religious tolerance and love in opposition to orthodoxy. For her, there was but one God and the world the reflection of God who permeates every thing.
People irrespective of their faith visit the Dargah of Bibi Kamal. Bibi Kamal’s Urs takes place in November every year when cooked rice is distributed amoung devotees seeking her blessings
Comment by syed asifimam kakvi on May 26, 2010 at 12:37pm
A short history about the place and people of Ali Nagar Pali


What was the ancient history of Pali ?



Ali Nagar Pali is a small village which is situated between two big cities of Bihar, i.e. Patna (the capital City of Bihar) and Gaya. Patna City is in its Northern side while Gaya is on its South. The name Pali itself contains a vast history. Let us see How the name Pali for this village came into existence :

As stated above this village is situated between two big cities of Bihar (Patna and Gaya), the oldest language of India is Pali which was mainly spoken by the people of Central Bihar, during the time of Gautam Buddha this language was very popular besides Sanskrit and Prakrit and this language is the mixture of these two languages. This language was originated from this region, hence this village came to known as Pali. The village was even populated before the time of Gautam Buddha, and during the period of Gautam Buddha, the region has got many Viharas and Stupas (Buddhist Monuments) and still having some of these monuments in Bodh Gaya side.

The two well known places of India Nalanda and Rajgeer are very closely situated to this village. Pali is situated to the South of Patna, hence the people who wants to go to Nalanda and Gaya have to pass through this village.

Now this Village is divided into four parts :

1. Amarpur Pali : This village came to known as Amarpur Pali after the name of Amarapali, who stayed here for many years, hence a part of Pali is still known as Amarapur Pali.

2. Nigar pali : Nigar Pali is the eastern part of Pali which was named after the battle between the people of Kako and Pali. The battle was fought due to the scarcity of water prevailed in that region and ultimately the people of Pali broke the Dam which was built on the canal to fulfill their need of irrigation purpose, the word Nigar is an Urdu word and it is use for the irrigation purpose.

3. Makhdumpur Pali : Makhdumpur Pali was came to known after the name of Hazrath Makhdum Shahabuddin Pir Jagjoth who was the father of Bibi Kamal of Kako, so whenever he used to meet his daughter Bibi Kamal, he also come to Pali and stay their for some days.

4. Ali Nagar Pali : Ali Nagar Pali is the postal name for the above three regions of Pali, now it has a Police Station which was previously situated at the Haweli of Mir Yaqub Hussain (Rais-e-Pali)

The village also have a Middle School which is running by the Government of Bihar, Mir yaqub Hussain donated a huge chunk of land on the request of his Grand Son Ali Akbar Kazimi(Education Minister Jammu & Kashmir during Maharaja Hari singh period) to the Government.

The village has an Imambargah which is a marvelous example of Architecture.It has a Shia & a Sunni Mosque in its both sides which actually forms a very beautiful complex.

How Muslims came to Pali ?

When India was under a Muslim ruler,Ferozshah Tughlaq had come to Jehanabad for the betterment of law and order and after his victory he renovated the Dargah of Bibi Kamal, and before his rule there were many Muslims hubs in that region and after that a Sufi Saint Hazrath Shah Ameenuddin Rumi with his followers also came and settled themselves here who slowly increased their numbers and became farmers and Zamindars, they were Sunni Muslims.

Mir Basit was the first Shia Saadat from the Zaidi clan (descendants of Imam Zain-ul-Abedin A.S.) who came with his family and permanently settled in this village.

Later Mir Akber Ali who came to Pali from Karai per Sarai married Bibi Buddhu who was the daughter of Mir Basit and he also settled here.

Then came the third Shia Saadat Syed Imdad Ali from Aurangpur Pakoda and got married to the Grand daughter of Mir Basit and he also settled here.

The fourth family was from Qazi Daulatpur who got married to Mir Akber Ali’s family.

The above four families are the main streams of the generation of Pali who gave birth to some great personalities of India like Mir Yaqub Hussain who will always be remembered after his marvelous work of engineering like Mangal talab (Mangle’s Pond), Madressa Sulemania, etc. Haji Khurshaid Hasnain who was a freedom fighter, a very good friend of Gandhi Ji and who was called as the mentor of Dr. Rajendra Prasad. Sir Sultan who was a great barrister and a politician of his time. Aqeel Hussain Kazimi who was the first Indian finger print examiner and a lawyer. Ali Akber Kazimi who was appointed as an educational minister in Jammu & kashmir, and many more personalities as well.




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Comment by syed asifimam kakvi on May 25, 2010 at 8:15pm
Professor Dr. Syed Abdul Wahab Ashrafi
Ph.D. (Urdu), MA in Urdu (Gold Medalist), M.A in Persian (Gold Medalist), M.A (English), LLB.

Received Sahitya Academy Award for Urdu in 2007 [highest award for literature in India] http://www.sahitya-akademi.org/sahitya-akademi/awa10322.htm#urdu

The highest honours came for his book Tareekh-e-Adab-e-Urdu (Criticism), a masterpiece literary work recognized as such, the world over.



Dr. Syed Abdul Wahab Ashrafi hails from Bibipur (Kako), Jehanabad, Bihar and was born on 2nd June 1936.

He was chairman of University Service Commission in 1992-1997 and then Chairman of Intermediate council 1999-2004.


Dr Abdul Wahab Ashrafi received Sahitya Academy Award (Urdu), for 2007


Dr. Syed Abdul Wahab Ashrafi's books have been included, for long time, in University Post-Graduate courses, viz., Gujrat University [Tafhimul Balaghat], Banares Hindu University [Qutub Mushtari ka Tanqeedi Mutalia and Ma Bad-e-Jadidiyat Muzmarat-o-mumkinat], Mysore University [Teesri Aankh], and many more.



He added chapters of new entries & introduction in Ganga Ram Garg’s International Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature. He was one of the editor of Birla Foundation’s “Encyclopaedia Indiana ”. K.M.Garg’s famous “Comparative Indian Literature” also include his 2 full length research papers. He was also co-editor of literary magazine “Commitment” published from London .

He was president of Progressive Writer Association in year 2001. He attended and chaired many international seminars as a delegate of the Govt of India. He visited London , Qatar and Mauritius recently for attending seminars and presenting papers.

In urdu he wrote and published about 3 dozen books, some ran to five to ten editions. One of his major literary achievements is “History of world literature” in 8 volumes, which is already published.

Presently he is busy in writing his biography of which 800 pages are already written. He has prepared biographical sketches of about ten thousand poets and writers for the Bureau for promotion of Urdu, Govt. of India, New Delhi . He acted as literary expert for the Bureau for promotion of Urdu on the panel for preparation of terminologies.

He received many prestigious awards such as (a) Ghalib Award in 2001, (b) Bharatiya Bhasha Samman – the first and only recipient from Urdu so far, (c) President award for the promotion of Urdu language, (c) Urdu academy awards, etc.

His education started from Madarsa in Kako, Graduated and obtained Masters Degree in English from Bengal University and later he post graduated in Urdu & Persian from Bihar University , Muzaffarpur. He was placed first class first in the university exams in M.A. for English, Urdu as well as for Persian. He has done Bachelor of Law also.

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Currently a resident of Patna, he has widely travelled all over the world
Ex-Prof. & HOD, Dept of Urdu, Ranchi University
Ex-Professor in Dept of Linguistic, Jawahar Lal Nehru
University (JNU), New Delhi.
Ex- Chairman, Bihar University Service Commission
Ex-Chairman, Bihar Intermediate Council, Patna
Vice – President of progressive writer association, World.
Writer of more than 2 dozens books including
History of world Literature in 8 volumes
Presently Chief Editor of Urdu literature Bi-Monthly magazine “Mobahsa”, Publishing from Patna.
A prominent regular writer of Afsana (Short Story) of sixties

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Dr Syed Abdul Wahhab Ashrafi has been a guide and mentor for Bihar Anjuman
 

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