Family of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

Compiled by Rashid Zia Cheema

Jinnah Bhai Poonja (Quaid-e-Azam’s Father)Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s parents, Poonja Bhai Jinnah and Mithibai Jinnah had seven children, namely Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Ahmad Ali Jinnah, Bande Ali Jinnah, Rehmat Bai, Maryam Bai, Fatima Jinnah and Shireen Bai.

Pic of Jinnah's father: Photo of Quaid's father Jinnah Poonja - Photos of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Quaid’s First Wife: Emibai. Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s marriage with Emibai took place in 1892. She was 14 and he was 16. Only Nikkah was solemnized and the rukhsati was to take place later on. Shortly after the marriage, Jinnah left for England. When he returned, his bride had died. She died in 1893. Struck by the tragedy, Jinnah didn’t marry for a long time.

Pic of Jinnah's first wife - Photo of Emibai - Photos, Images of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah


Quaid’s Second Wife: Rattenbai Petit. In 1918, Mohammad Ali Jinnah married Ruttenbai Petit (who converted to Islam and changed her name to Maryam Jinnah), the daughter of a prominent Parsi banker Sir Dinshaw Petit. Maryam give birth to a baby Dina Jinnah.  On her 18th birthday, she left her father’s mansion with two pets only to marry Quaid-e-Azam, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Exactly eleven years later she was dead of an overdose of painkillers to treat her abdominal cancer. Quaid never married again and died a lonely man. Known as the nightingale of Bombay, Ruttie died on her 29th birthday on 20 February 1929.

Pic of Jinnah's second wife - Photo of Ruttenbai (Ruttie) Petit (Later Maryam Jinnah) - Photos, Images of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Marriage of Mohammad Ali Jinnah and Ruttanbai – An Extract from the Nikah Register. This extract from the Nikah Register is in Persian language which was in vogue at that time. Photo by Doc Kazi.

Marriage of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Ruttenbai - An extract from the Nikah register- Jinnah's second wife

Rattanbai Petit in 1918Photo by Doc Kazi Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah's second wife - Rattanbai Petit in 1918 - Jinnah family Photos - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Rattanbai, the Second Wife of Quaid

Quaid-e-Azam's second wife - Photo of Rattanbai - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Ruttie Jinnah, the Second Wife of QuaidPhoto by Doc Kazi Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi.

Jinnah's second wife - Photo of Ruttie Jinnah, the second wife of Quaid e Azam- Images of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Ruttie Jinnah’s Photo in Her Biography by Khwaja Razi HaiderPhoto by Doc Kazi Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi.

Quaid-e-Azam's second wife - Ruttie Jinnah's photo on her biography by Khawaja Razi Haider - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Portrait of Ruttie Jinnah on the Cover of Her Biography by Khwaja Razi Haider

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah -Jinnah's second wife, Ruttie Jinnah, on the cover of her biography by Khwaja Razi Haider

Painting of Ruttie Jinnah on the Cover of ‘Mirror’ Magazine in the Early 1980s. Photo by Doc Kazi Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi.

Quaid-e-Azam second wife - Painting of Ruttie Jinnah on the cover of 'Mirror' magazine - Photos of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Ruttie Jinnah’s Last Letter to Her Husband, Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Ruttie Jinnah’s simple but beautiful English makes this letter very moving. Each and every word of this sad but beautiful letter makes the readers cry. It was such an ideal couple and it pains when we learn about the demise of Ruttie at a very young age of 29. This letter was written on 5 Oct 1928 and she died after four and a half months on 20 Feb 1929.

She wrote this letter when she was aboard the SS Rajputana, a British passenger and cargo carrying ocean liner, which sailed on a regular route between England and British India. This ship was requisitioned into the Royal Navy during World War II. It was torpedoed and sunk off Iceland on 13 April 1941, after escorting a convoy across the North Atlantic. Read more about SS Rajputana.

S. S. Rajputana,
Marseilles 5 Oct 1928
Darling – thank you for all you have done. If ever in my bearing your once tuned senses found any irritability or unkindness – be assured that in my heart there was place only for a great tenderness and a greater pain – a pain my love without hurt. When one has been as near to the reality of Life (which after all is Death) as I have been dearest, one only remembers the beautiful and tender moments and all the rest becomes a half veiled mist of unrealities. Try and remember me beloved as the flower you plucked and not the flower you tread upon.
I have suffered much sweetheart because I have loved much. The measure of my agony has been in accord to the measure of my love.
Darling I love you – I love you – and had I loved you just a little less I might have remained with you – only after one has created a very beautiful blossom one does not drag it through the mire. The higher you set your ideal the lower it falls.
I have loved you my darling as it is given to few men to be loved. I only beseech you that the tragedy which commenced in love should also end with it.
Darling Goodnight & Goodbye
I had written to you at Paris with the intention of posting the letter here – but I felt that I would rather write to you afresh from the fullness of my heart. R.

Ruttie Jinnah’s Last Letter to Her Husband (Original Letter)This original letter has been preserved with the archives, the Quaid-e-Azam Papers Project, of the Cabinet Division. Photo by Doc Kazi.


Jinnah Family - Ruttie Jinnah's last letter to her husband - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Jinnah's second wife - Ruttie Jinnah's last letter to her husband - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Grave of Rattanbai (Ruttie) Jinnah, the Second Wife of Quaid

Jinnah's second wife - Grave of Rattanbai (Ruttie) Jinnah - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Quaid’s Father-in-Law, Sir Dinshaw Manockjee PetitSir Dinshaw Manockjee Petit, an extremely rich Parsi was a close friend of Jinnah. He used to stay at Dinshaw’s summer home in Darjeeling, a summer resort in the north of India. In 1916, Quaid-e-Azam met Dinshaw’s daughter Rattanbai or Ruttie as she used to be called, who was just 16, and legally a minor. In February 1918 Ruttie turned 18 and was free to marry as per English Law. Nobody from Ruttie’s family attended the marriage.

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah - Jinnah's father-in-law, Sir Dinshaw Manockjee Petit - Photos of Jinnah's family

Quaid with His Mother-in-Law Lady Dinshaw Petit

Photos of Jinnah Family : Quaid with his mother-in-law Lady Dinshaw Petit - Pictures Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Quaid’s Brother Ahmed Ali Jinnah with His British Wife Emmy

Jinnah Family Photos: Pic of Jinnah's brother Ahmed Ali Jinnah with his wife Emmy - Images of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Photo of Quaid-e-Azam’s Three Sisters. Miss Fatima Jinnah and two of her sisters mourn the death of their brother, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. From left to right are Maryam Bai, Fatima Jinnah and Shireen Bai.

Photo of Sisters of Jinnah: Fatima Jinnah and her sisters mourn the death of Quaid - Pics of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Quaid’s Four Sisters. In this rare photo, Quaid-e-Azam’s four sisters, Rehmat Bai, Maryam Bai, Fatima Jinnah and Shireen Bai are seen together. Photo by Doc Kazi Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi.

4 Sisters of Jinnah: Quaid's four sisters Rehmat Bai, Maryam Bai, Fatima Jinnah & Shireen Bai - Images of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Miss Fatima Jinnah and Ladies Offering Fateha at the Grave of Quaid, September 1948

Jinnah's sister: Fatima Jinnah and ladies offering fateha at the grave of Quaid - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Quaid With Miss Fatima Jinnah on His Birthday, December 25, 1947 

Jinnah's sister: Quaid with Fatima Jinnah on his birthday, December 25, 1947 - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Quaid with Miss Fatima Jinnah, December 25, 1947 

Jinnah Family Pics: Quaid with Fatima Jinnah, December 25, 1947 - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Quaid and Miss Fatima Jinnah. Smiling faces of brother and sister.

Pic of Jinnah's sister: Quaid and Miss Fatima Jinnah - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah - Photos, Images of Jinnah's family

Quaid with Miss Fatima Jinnah

Jinnah Family Pictures - Muhammad Ali Jinnah with Fatima Jinnah - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Quaid Enjoying a Cigar in the Company of Fatima Jinnah

Pic of Jinnah's sister: Quaid enjoying a cigar in the company of Fatima Jinnah - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Quaid with Fatima Jinnah (Sister) and Dina Jinnah (Daughter)

Jinnah Family Photos -Quaid with Fatima Jinnah (sister) and daughter (Dina Jinnah) - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Quaid’s Sister Shireen Peerbhoy

Family Photos of Quaid-e-Azam - Photo of Quaid's sister Shireen Peerbhoy - Images of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Quaid’s Daughter Dina Jinnah (later Dina Wadia) at Old Age. Photo by Mr The Poet. Quaid’s daughter Dina Jinnah was born in London on August 15, 1919 and was raised as a Muslim. Quaid-e-Azam disowned her when she got married to an Indian Parsi Neville Wadia. Dina did not travel to Pakistan until her father’s funeral in Karachi in September 1948. Dina and Neville had two children, a boy and a girl. Dina’s son Nusli Wadia has two sons; Ness Wadia and Jehangir Wadia.

Pic of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah's daughter: Quaid's daughter Dina Wadia at old age - Photos, Images of Jinnah's family

Family of Dina. Why is Dina Wadia not in this photo?

Family Photos of Muhammad Ali Jinnah - Jinnah's son-in-law, grandson and great grandsons - Photos of Jinnah's family

Quaid’s Daughter Dina Wadia Visited Lahore to Watch a Cricket Match, March 2004. Dina witnessed the final (5th) ODI between India and Pakistan at Lahore on 24 March 2004.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah's daughter: Photo of Quaid's daughter Dina Wadia, Lahore March 2004 - Family Photos, Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Dina Wadia Visits Her Father’s Tomb, March 2004. Dina visited the mausoleum of her father, Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, on 26 March 2004 and laid floral wreath. She was accompanied by her son Nusli Wadia and grandsons Jehangir and Ness. She stayed there for 50 minutes. She never visited Pakistan in her father’s lifetime. This was her second visit to Pakistan. Her first visit was at the time of the Quaid’s death.
After laying the wreath she visited the place where personal belongings of the Quaid are on display. She also went to the mazar of Madar-i-Millat Fatima Jinnah to pay respects to her aunt. She also visited the Flag Staff House and the Quaid’s birthplace, Wazir Mansion. Read more details of her visit….
Photo by Doc Kazi Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah's daughter: Dina Wadia visiting her father's tomb, March 2004 - Images of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Dina Wadia Overcomes with Emotion while Visiting Her Father’s Tomb, March 2004. Photo by Doc Kazi Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi.

Pic of Jinnah's daughter: Dina Wadia overcomes with emotion while visiting her father's tomb, March 2004 - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Dina Wadia with UN Secretary General Dr. Kurt Waldheim in 1976

Jinnah's daughter: Photo of Dina Wadia with UN Secretary General Dr. Kurt Waldheim in 1976 - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Fatima Jinnah and Dina Wadia at the Funeral of Quaid, September 11, 1948 

Pic of Jinnah's Family: Fatima Jinnah and Dina Wadia at the funeral of Jinnah, September 11, 1948 - Images of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Dina Jinnah Marries Neville Wadia, 1938. Photo by Dr. Ghulam Nabi Kazi.

Photos Jinnah Family: Dina Jinnah marries Neville Wadia, 1938 - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Quaid with Dina Jinnah and Pet Dogs

Photo of Muhammad Ali Jinnah's daughter: A Rare Photo of Jinnah with Dina Jinnah and pet dogs - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Dina Jinnah at Hampstead, London, 1931. Hampstead is an affluent area of London.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah's daughter: Photo of Dina Jinnah at Hampstead, London, 1931 - Photos of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Dina Jinnah as a Young Girl. Photo by Doc Kazi Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi.

Pic of Jinnah's Daughter - Photo of Dina Jinnah as a young girl - Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Group Photo of Some members of Quaid’s Family 

Quaid-e-Azam family: Group photo of Jinnah's family members - Images of Family of Muhammad Ali Jinnah

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  1. Rana Husnain says:

    A great sorrow and sadness for Quaid was his daughter’s decision to marry a christian or Parsi man, it was sad thing for us also.

  2. Haider Jamal says:

    This is the first time in my life to see the family tree of Quaid-e-Azam,

  3. Dr Mohammed Hanif Khatri says:

    What a Gr8 Leader Quaid was & I repeat “Musalman Musibat Mey Gabraya Naheen Kartey”!..strong faith in God & Islam ….Thanks for Giving Us “PAKISTAN” on 27th Ramadan…

  4. Yaseen Faridi says:

    It is very informative page. I like it very much and I appriate the the writter of this page because He got a keen interest in the history of Qaid e Azam Mr. Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s family. Thank you Sir.

  5. Tahir Sheikh says:

    This Post is quite informative, one should know the facts regarding once leader. I really appreciate the effort and we should share the said information to our friends.

  6. Saud Alam says:

    Whatever and who ever, who married who……but family is great and right to be SALUTED.

  7. Wadia married a person who was Parsi {Zoroastrianism (aatish parast)}. When Dina married Neville, Jinnah said to her that she was not his daughter any more. Wadia’s relationship with her father became strained when she expressed her desire to marry a Parsi-born Indian Neville Wadia.

  8. Terence Cordeiro says:

    A job well done, it is good to know our founder’s family history.

  9. Syeda Fasiha Zainab says:

    Dina & her family mambers have no right to show any relation with our Quaid. Even Quaid himself left Dina due to her marriage decision. How it is possible that a non Muslim family has a relation with such a person who proved himself a true leader of only Muslims, who fought with the world in his whole life for the separate identity of Muslims. How is possible that he himself agreed to have any relation with such a non Muslim girl. The daughters & sons of Quaid are only true Pakistanies.

  10. Muhammad Shahzad says:

    Mujhe yeh sun kar bara afsos hoowa hai keh jin logo ka Pakistan hai unho nay kabhi Pakistan ko visit hi nahi kiya .. Quaid’s daughter just came twice in Pakistan.

  11. Lt Col Arif Maken (R), N.J., USA says:

    Thanks for writing about family of founder. It is an irony that we know so little about the family of the father of the nation. I wonder where other sisters of Quaid and their families live now.

  12. Maj Gen Syed Ali Hamid, Retd (39th PMA) says:

    A great effort and so well compiled. My compliments and its a great service to the nation.

  13. Neha Khan says:

    Such a great information.

  14. Talat Javaid says:

    There is no pic available of Quaid’s mother & Quaid’s first wife….Pic which is commenly used as Quaid’s first wife is actually Miss Fatimah Jinnah in the age of 14-16 years.

  15. Ghulam Sarwar says:

    Good information and also mention his brothers and sisters along with current details

  16. Shubhra Sood says:

    Good information posted about the lineage of Quaid-e-Azam & Wadia Jinnah.

  17. Rizwana Tayyab says:

    Such a great information about our legend! I really didn’t know these details about him. Great work. 🙂

  18. Zakia Hanif says:

    It is helpful for my Presentation.

  19. Khalid Mehtab says:

    10 most famous class and style great people of the world in my opinion are as follows:
    1. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (He was the greatest)
    2. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
    3. Imran Khan
    4. Adolf Hitler
    5. Barack Hussein Obama
    6. Emperor Jalal-ud-Din Akbar, the great
    7. Napoleon Bonaparte
    8. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto
    9. Sir Donald Bradman
    10. George W. Bush

  20. Mehran Khan says:

    Such a brief and good information about Quaid’s family!!

  21. Babar Arshad says:

    Great family with great devotion.

  22. M Suleman Saafi says:

    Good work. Adding good references can make it a valuable research.

  23. Mazzaa aa gaya.

  24. Muhammad Fakhar says:

    Wow! Such a considerable collection of pics in album!!

  25. Mohsin Ali says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was a great leader.

  26. Nazar Gul says:

    Very nice information about our Quaid.

  27. Saleem Shehzad says:

    Legend leader ………..legend family……. I love you Quaid and always miss you.May Allah bless you and your family’s souls(ameen).

  28. Saleem Shehzad says:


  29. Shakir Lakhani says:

    You have written that Ruttie was later named Maryam. There is no record of this. Even her tombstone names her as Rattanbai. Please rectify.

  30. Ikram Lodhi says:

    Excellent information, thanks.

  31. Mobeen Afzal says:

    Great man, great family. Thanks for adding these photographs for viewing,

  32. Nasim Raza Asim says:

    Thanx a lot. Never have witnessed such view full document. Indeed they were great people.

  33. Nadeem Asim says:

    How unlucky are Ness Wadia and Jehangir Wadia that they are not living in Pakistan….they ar missing so much respect and honor of having the privelage of Quaid’s grandsons. Alaas they prefer to live in India. 🙁

  34. Engr Munir Ahmed says:

    A great personality, the founder of Pakistan!! My heart is full of admiration for him and I love him.

  35. Ayesha Khalil says:

    Proud to be called as a Pakistani. I am a proud Pakistani of Quaid-e-Azam’s nation. 🙂

  36. Aisf Jawed says:

    Best post about Quaid-e-Azam.

  37. He is credited to foundation of Pakistan and rightly so……however, considering his and his family’s lifestyle, he was not a true representation of real people of Pakistan! He represented only elitist class of Pakistan, this same class still ruling pPkistan and the result is disaster……a class still out of touch with real Pakistan….poor and rampant literacy and backward religious fanaticism!

    • Farida Saeed says:

      I don’t think a lesser man could have managed the creation of a Muslim nation, Pakistan. Be grateful, a badly managed nation is better than no nation. Would you prefer to be in the place of Kashmiris or Palestinians or worse still a stateless Rohingia in Burma ?

    • Rabia Athar says:

      It is not about the elite class, it is about the elite thinking he had..and the thinking is not bound to any class.. a person from some lower class can also be the leader… it asks for the courage and leadership… Quaid had these skills. rest the Pakistan politician thing ..they are not from elite class they come to politics from any XYZ background and then become elite…due to corruption money. This is the problem and bad luck Pakistan has right now.

  38. Beautiful collection of family photos of Quaid.

  39. Raja Changez Sultan says:


    Where are you going to find him?
    In the harvested fields?
    In the desert?
    By the shores of the Arabian Sea?
    In the northern mountains
    Among nomadic snuff spitting tribesmen?

    You have sought him in our courts,
    In our universities and high offices,
    Among our politicians and armed forces,
    Among our civil servants and maulanas,
    But he is nowhere to be found
    Sharing a room with these men.

    You have had your Pharaohs
    But they have reared no Moses.
    And you are desperate
    For a leader
    To part the Indus
    Towards the promised land.

    Look in the mirror and you will find him
    Hiding in the deep recesses of your eye,
    In the dark alleys of your mind
    Like a hunch back avoiding a crowd
    Afraid that his kind
    Are feared among your people.

    Make peace with him,
    He is your leader.
    And like a brother,
    Follow him through
    This land of five rivers.

    The mind is the sixth river,
    Crossing all five, caressing
    The land always and forever,
    Under the force of the Universe,
    Under the force of the Creator
    To whom all rivers lead.

    Give up your search,
    Recall the ordeal of Buddha.
    Embrace your own shadow,
    You are your own leader,
    You are your own Jinnah!


    • Beautiful sir

    • K. Salim Jahangir says:

      I am overwhelmed after reading certain facts about my “Quaid”. Alas! we have not measured up to his expectations; first we lost half of Pakistan and then the country which was presented to us in a silver platter came in the hands, and still it is,
      who do not deserve to rule it.
      My “Quaid”, please forgive us!!

  40. Nadirshaw Eduljee Dinshaw (NED) says:

    Allah nay jiss say jo kaam karana hota hai, woh ho jata hai, warna banda apni beti kay khayalaat tak change nahi ker sakta, Nation to door ki baat hai.

  41. Abdul Hameed Shaheen says:

    The above family album of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah was posted on my wall of the FB by Col Gulzar Sudozai Sahib; Col Sahib is learned scholar, inveterate faith in the ideology of Pakistan. I thank him for sharing it.

  42. Maliha Majid says:

    Rare collection of pictures, marvelous ….historical…collection of our great hero!

  43. What a golden collection! Thank you so much.

  44. Dr. Nadeem Ikram says:

    Moved emotionally by this Post. I always feel that we all Pakistanis are responsible for separating to loving souls from each other. The only dispute between Quaid and his wife was that he failed to give proper time/attention to his wife, as he was busy in Pakistan Movement, to create a safe heaven for we all.
    May Allah bless his bounties on Quaid and his wife (Ameen).

  45. Mir Khawaja Mazheruddin says:

    First of all I want to thank for providing such a great historical collection of photos & details about our beloved leader
    Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah & his family.
    Quaid devoted his life for Muslims of subcontinent & united them, ultimately he along with his magnificent team effort Alhamdulilah, Islamic Republic of Pakistan became an independent Islamic State. Thanks to all Muslims of Subcontinent for their great struggle under Quaid-e-Azam’s leadership & full support of Mohtarma Fatimah Jinnah.
    Pakistan Zindabad.

  46. Syed Huzaifa Saeed says:

    He was our great leader, His EXCELLENCY FATHER OF THE NATION.
    Great Pics of his wife & daughter and other family members.

  47. Asma Munsif says:

    Great leader with not a happy family life. Feel so sad to see her daughter with such a cold heart. Not only she married to a Parsi Indian, she didn’t even practice a Muslim herself. In fact she didn’t accept herself as a Muslim.
    Imran Khan’s family history & political history is somewhat like Quaid’s too.

  48. Uroosa Malik says:

    What a beautiful moment in album!!

  49. Awesome collection!!
    RIshi and ALi

  50. Haseeb Ur Rehman says:

    GREAT Collection of pics! Just wanted to know if Quaid-e-Azam divorced his second wife or was she sick?

  51. Faisal K. H. says:

    I have no words to say in respect of my great Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

  52. Tahir Gurmani says:

    Well done for creating this Post!

  53. Rehan Ahmad says:

    Good collection of pics!!

  54. Thanks for uploading these information. I want to know more about Quaid, the great.

  55. M. Rustam Butt says:

    Wow!! Very nice Post.

  56. Pramod John says:

    Nice site. Brilliant photographs. Sad to see Quaid’s daughter overcome with emotion when she visited her father’s tomb.

  57. who dares to say Quaid e Azam very funny behave……….

  58. Zohaib Shah says:

    Unforgettable history of Quaid, he was the law himself and a magnetic personality. He’s the only one who changed the history of leadership, he was really a proficient person, nobody could stop him at any step of creation of Pakistan and he made the dream true of Allama Iqbal. I remind one story about Mr. Jinnah. Once he was sitting with Gandhi, both were attending a conference. Gandhi looked at the table’s corner where Quaid was watching mirror. Gandhi used his hand to put down mirror and looked at Mr. Jinnah and said, “Mr. Jinnah, I’ve listened about you that you don’t come on the knee in front of anybody, now you will have to come on your knees to get it.” Mr. Jinnah smiled, put his hand in the pocket and pulled another watching mirror and wore it.

  59. Malik Nazar Fareed says:

    Very nice historical details, I like it.

  60. Mohammad Akmal says:

    Its really preservable record of our history. But dawn still awaited.

  61. Style at its best. Great man, Great Family …. very good data about our leader. Well done!!

  62. Great pics capturing history! God bless!

  63. Tanzeel Ahmad says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was our great leader. I love him very much.

  64. Talha Amir says:

    Nice Post!! I have done my summer vacation home work with it. 🙂

  65. Sher Zaman Awan says:

    The great leader in the world.

  66. Dr. Capt. Abdul Aziz says:

    Hyper Nasal tone speech is called Jinha or Junho in Sindhi and also written as jinah in Urdu and English
    Hypernasal speech or hyperrhinolalia or rhinolalia aperta is inappropriate increased airflow through the nose during speech that is called Jinhah in Sindhi language but it cannot be written and pronunciation in Urdu and English so it is now called as Jinah and his father Ponja was called Jinnah as nick name.

  67. Azhar Ali Chachar says:

    Nice and awesome nnowledge of Baba-e-Pakistan, we are proud of him.

  68. S. Srinivasaraghavan (Mysore, India) says:

    It is funny. Quaid-e-Azam, Father of Pakistan, Mr. Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s daughter preferred to live in India on formation of Pakistan. Father of the Nation of India, Mahathma Gandhi’s son preferred to live in Pakistan.

  69. Kashif Qaiser says:

    He was a great man and father of the nation, he did a restless struggle for giving us a lovely homeland to live proudly.

  70. Rana Shahid says:

    We love our Hero and we will remember him always in our memories.

  71. Noor Fatimah says:

    Quaid-e-Azam is really a great personality and he is the hero for all.
    “With faith, discipline and selfless devotion to duty, there is nothing worthwhile that you cannot achieve”.
    Muhammad Ali Jinnah

  72. Anwar Malik says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was a Great Leader and Hero. We never forget his struggle for Pakistan. May Allah rest his soul in peace.

  73. Rai Abdul Qavi Khan says:

    What can one say about Quaid-e-Azam!! What a leader, what a solid character, what man and what a Muslim, salamti to him!!!
    I wish state of Pakistan brings the current life of Quad-e-Azam’s family to the awareness of the Pakistani people. While this may encroach some of their personal lives but I think more than that is people/nation love Quaid-e-Azam and they should be told of his family and of their well being.

  74. So good collection of pics.

  75. Alyssa Saleem says:

    I salute to this person who really devoted his life for Pakistan’s freedom…………………

  76. Zillay Fatima says:

    I can’t exactly explain my emotions for that great person but he is the real hero of the nation of Pakistan, a really devoted person. May he be in Heaven, Aameen.

  77. Khawaja Nadeem Mahfuz says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was a great leader. He is my hero, I love him very much. I respect my country’s leader. He was really a great man. I salute him.

  78. Nadeem Farooq Abbasi says:

    I love and respect our great leader. These are very rare and precious pictures, these must be saved for our new generation. Please Muslims get up, see these pictures, our Quaid left everything for us and now what we are doing with Pakistan. Thanks to God for giving us a Great leader, Quaid. Oh, I am feeling ashamed, Now Quaid family needs financial help, they are living in bad condition. What is this….we must do some thing for them.

  79. Great leader of Indo Pak in history. I miss Quaid, honest Quaid, my ideal Quaid!

  80. Javaria Chauhdary says:

    We express our deep love to Quaid but the truth is that we don’t love and respect him as we all as a nation have forgotten all his teachings and dreams about a true Muslim country free of corruption, injustice and hatred.

  81. Nadra Raza says:

    Jag jao aey soi hoi quoam!
    No one is like our Quaid. Please please be aware that our country needs us, our sincerity and our capability. Do something for Pakistan. Quaid-e-Azam sacrificed his love, his family, his life for Pakistan.
    Love Pakistan, save Pakistan, be united.

  82. Muhammad Tanveer Iftikhar says:

    A great brave and intelligent man. Having strong decision power and a national vision. Really lived a life with dignity and respect. I salute him the way he struggled for making Pakistan without any personal interest. Such a lovely man. I really love him. Jinnah, I Love You. You deserved to be the Quaid.

  83. Anisa Nawaz says:

    A GREAT Leader. We love him & respect him from the core of our hearts.

  84. Elishba Khan says:

    Such a great man … time very seldom yields such leaders.

  85. Mehar subhani says:

    Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was the great,brave,sincere and an honest man and a true and steadfast leader.

  86. Raja Abid Rauf says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was a great man and hero of the nation and also all over the Muslim world.
    I really love him.

  87. Ch. Jamshaid says:

    I love Quaid-e-Azam. He is my hero.

  88. Quaid-e-Azam was a great man.

  89. Ijaz Ahmed Siddiqui says:

    I love respect our great leader. These are very rare and precious pictures. Please Muslims get up, see these pictures, our Quaid left everything for us. And Thanks to God for giving us a Great leader, Quaid. Oh, I am feeling ashamed, we are doing nothing for the country of our Quaid.

  90. Very nice Post about Quaid and his family.

  91. I love Quaid-e-Azam. He is my idol.

  92. Rao Rehman says:

    It should be a part of our social study.

  93. Durre Maknun says:

    I love and have respect for our greatest leader. These are very rare and precious pictures. Please Muslims get up, see these pictures, our Quaid left everything for us. Oh, I am feeling ashamed, we are doing nothing for the country of our Quaid.

  94. Superb collection, very rare and precious pictures!

  95. Many thanks for sharing this info about our nation‘s founder. Love you for it.

  96. Najeeb Jutt says:

    Most beautiful & interesting pics of our Great leader.

  97. Areesha Ahmed says:

    May Allah rest his soul in peace, Ameen!!

  98. Malka Afroze Rohila says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was a true Legend!!

  99. Pakistan is the gift from Muhammad Alu Jinnah to us.

  100. Can you write some thing on GREAT QUAID’s professional life, so that our new generation like me follow it?

  101. Very sad to know that Quaid-e-Azam’s daughter is not living in Pakistan.

  102. Yasir Ahmed says:

    Quaid-e-Azam, the GREAT leader of Pakistan. Quaid-e- Azam ko Salam…………..

  103. Aamir Memon says:

    I am so sad about current position of Pakistan.

  104. Can you please post the full picture of Quaid’s Nikah nama?

  105. Nasir Qureshi says:

    May Allah bless us again with a leader like him who could draw our ship out of storms.

  106. Mohsin Bukhari says:

    Today’s independent state known as our dear country Pakistan is just the dream and ambition of our great Quaid. Legendary leader will be remembered always.
    God bless his family his parents and may his soul rest in peace.
    I love him.

  107. Mahreen Rameen Ahmed says:

    Quaid was a great leader and we should learn from him. May Allah rest his soul in peace. May we get a leader again like him who can take care of Pakistan!!!

  108. M. Fayyaz says:

    We love Quaid-e-Azam , May Allah bless his soul and bless us again a leader like him. We should take lesson from Quaid’s struggle.

  109. Tanya Salique says:

    Quaid-e-Azam a True Lengend. May Allah grant him the highest rank in paradise.

  110. Wajiha Munir says:

    No one was born again like our great hero. May Allah rest his soul in peace.

  111. Hats off to Quaid-e-Azam. May Allah almighty bless us with such a great leader again.

  112. Quaid-e-Azam was a great leader who rescued ISLAM from endangered situation in India but at the same time he wanted to create some sort of FEDERATION to be a part of INDIAN SUBCONTINENT with a common currency, common defence and common trade. This was his dream, which if realized would have brought a better future for PAKISTAN.

  113. Saima Tasadduq says:

    May Allah bless us again with a leader like him who could draw our ship out of storms.

  114. Asif Iqbal says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was a great leader.
    Pakistan zindabad!!

  115. Quaid was a Great hero. Salute to him.

  116. A. Majeed says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was a great leader. He is my hero, I love him very much.

  117. Iram shafqat says:

    I love our Great leader Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

  118. Quaid e Azam is my hero and i am solute him for his struggle

    • Lilli Malik says:

      If one wants to become a great leader or a great personality, one should follow the Quaid’s personality, of course he was a great person.

  119. ALLAH nay jub koi khaas kaam kerna hota hai tou woh kisi khaas insaan ko select ker letay hain aur ALLAH ki nazar may Quaid-e-Azam bohat khaas insaan thay. So ALLAH nay unhay select kia jis ki waja say Pakistan iss dunya kay naqshay per ubhra aur Quaid-e-Aazam nay kaha tha kay Pakistan qayam rehnay kay leaye wajood may aya hai.
    Quaid-e-Azam aisi shakhsiat hain kay un ki kami qayamat tak poori nahi ho sakti. I really really miss my greatest leader Quaid-e-Azam.

  120. Iram Shafqat says:

    I love Quaid-e-Azam. He was the man who changed the map of the world.

  121. Muhammad Waseem Afridi says:

    Quaid was the greatest leader with truth, faith and discipline

  122. Al-Shabbir says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was a great leader!!!

  123. Quaid-a-Azam had very good personality, I am proud of him.

  124. Khalid Waheed Butt says:

    Alhamdulilah, Quaid nay khudi ka siray nihan per amal kya aur Indo Pak kay muslmanoon ko aik azad aur khudmukhtar mulk Pakistan ki soorat mein hasil kar kay diya. Ab hamain sochna chahiye kya hum nein iss ki tameer aur taraqy kay liye kuch kya hai. Agar ab tak kuch nahin kya tou ab bhi waqat hai kudi kay paigham per chall kar Pakistan ko traqiyafta mumalak ki saf mein khara kar dain aur apnay her kam ko emaandari aur diyanat say karain, Aameen.
    Khuda aap ko iss kam ka ajjar day aur Allah father of nation kay darjaat buland karay, Aameen.

  125. Shahina Ghiasuddin says:

    Thanks for sharing some of the personal moments of Quaid e Azam. In our effort to salute him as a father of nation we forget that he was also a son, a brother, a husband and a father.

    If I may suggest, it might be good if there is a link or a short description of his surviving family and their children.

  126. Fahim Kazmi says:

    It is a beautiful Post and very reliable one too.

  127. Abbas Sial says:

    Alhamdullia. I am proud that Quaiz-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is my hero. I salute to him and all his family members.

  128. M Asif Ali says:

    Great honor and respect for great leader!!!!!

  129. Hassnain Ali Sayyed says:

    Thanks for the sharing of such a valueable info about our model Quaid-e-Azam & his family.

  130. Oman Minhas says:

    The greatness of Quaid-e-Azam can’t me measured indeed!

  131. Thanks for sharing these photos…. There is no other leader like Quaid-e-Azam.

  132. Thanks for sharing such valuable and informative pics of our leader.

  133. Shuja Waheed says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was a brilliant man who served his life for all of us. Our nation has now become so week, I think we have to struggle all the time because our enemies would attack us any time.

  134. Umar Mansoor says:

    Thank you for the very special private letter by Quaid’s wife at the twilight of her life. Something special and agonising, as well.

  135. Noman Tariq Jutt says:

    I love our leade, Quaid-e-Azam. Very useful information for us in this Post. Thank you.

  136. Romaisa Amir says:

    Hzaron saal nargis apni bainoori pe roti hai,
    Bari mushkil se hota ha chaman mein dedawer paida.

    • Ahmed Amjad says:

      Khudhi ko ker buland itna kay her takdeer say pehlay,
      Khuda banday say khud pochay, bata teri raza kia hai.
      Quaid-e-Azam nay beshak is poetry per amal ker kay hum ko PaKistan jesa beautiful mulk bana ker diya. He was a great nation builder and a honest patriot.

  137. Tahira Zafar says:

    Thank you for sharing these photos.

  138. Tehseen Aslam, New Zeland says:

    Thanks and very impressed by the information and pictures collection. Great work and salam to Quaid family and we got Pakistan with his efforts.

  139. Respected M.r Muhammad Ali Jinnah: I know him as a great man, great leader, and a symbol of success and unity. My generation is missing him and our next generations would also miss him.

  140. Khawaja Tanveer Ashraf says:

    Today we are living in a democratic country because of a legend man, Quaid-e-Azam. He wanted to give his people their own country, which he did. We should all be thankful to him and never forget his favours. Now it is the responsibility of every Pakistani citizen that we maintain the country and follow his ideology.

  141. Marium Abdul Jabbar says:

    This is one of the most amazing photography and biography I have ever seen. Salute!!! Although not being a Pakistani, I still loved it.

  142. Tanveer Ahmed says:

    Thank you for this Post.

  143. Iltifat Lone says:

    I love my leader. Thank you for the beautiful post. If you have more photographs, then please share.

  144. Ayesha Kanwal says:

    I love Quaid-e-Azam and his family. Quaid-e-Aazam is reason that we are living freely in our beloved country Pakistan. I love my Quaid very very much.

  145. Raana Waheed says:

    What lovely pictures of our great and sincere Quaid-e-Azam ! May Allah bless Pakistan!

  146. Amina Khan says:

    The Quaid-e-Azam is the greatest leader in the World. I love Quaid-e-Azam. If Quaid-e-Azam did not struggle for us we wouldn’t be free today. We do nothing in our life what we want. If Quaid-e-Azam was live then Pakistan would have become a Developed country.

  147. Beautiful pictures of Quid’s family, love you Baba Pakistan zindabad

  148. Shafqat A. Shah says:

    Long live Pakistan. Long live the name of Mohammad Ali Jinnah and those who made this beloved country of ours. Allah bless them all, the land, the people.

  149. Zubaida Aziz says:

    Beautiful pictures. It is our country’s history, if you have more please add them here.

  150. Khalida Khan says:

    Thank you for setting up this beautiful post, we should always remember our history, how our great leaders struggled for our freedom, our Independent state, they did not fill their pockets. We should learn from this, unite and look after one another, and our beautiful country, respect and always remember our history and the great people who made it.
    May Allah rest their souls.

  151. Raza Dossa says:

    I wish he would have lived 10 years more and guided Pakistan into a flourishing country instead of a ruined Pakistan which we are seeing today.
    I also wish he could have stayed close to Ruttie Behan instead of getting into politics and neglecting her which broke her heart and she died at the age of 29 just 11 years after her marriage.

  152. Man with a vision, he had a dream “home for the Muslims in the sub-continent”. He gave us a home.
    Pakistan Zindabad.

  153. I love my Quaid. May Allah bless his soul. Amen.

  154. Ahsan Jehangir says:

    I love my Quaid.

  155. Quaid-e-Azam ka ehsaan hai hum per.

  156. Saad A. Zia says:

    A melting heart with tears rolling down the cheeks, tears refusing to tell whether they are of the parting or the pain of the beloved, and history, love tales and legends lurking around is just a way to describe this matchless relationship, bordering on misunderstandings leading to the separation of the two whose patrician form and the legendary unequivocal form and beauty of Mrs. Jinnah makes time and history whirl with a homeland in which the Founder lies alone, awaiting the woman he loved who lies in Bombay.
    The Pakistan and Indian Governments should rejoin “Ruttie and Jinnah” now forever.

  157. Saman Amber says:

    I love this Post!!

  158. Permoon Mateen says:

    I simply love my leader.

  159. Imtiaz Bibi says:

    I love my great leader and the father of the Nation. I also love the mother of the Nation Fatima Jinnah and her struggle for democracy. I love all the family members of Quaid-e-Azam.

  160. Haroon Abdullah says:

    I love Mr. Jinnah. Now we are free only because of our great leader Quaid-e-Azam.

  161. Sir, thank you very much. I have never seen most of these photos because Media and Masters don’t want people to see these wonderful pictures. Please do post more pictures if you have any left.

  162. Aisha Abid says:

    It is Awesome post!
    Today we are free only because of Fatima Ali Jinnah & Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah!
    We should owe him a great and wonderful thing!

  163. It’s a great post.

  164. Syed Aamir Jawwad says:

    I love Quaid-e-Azam and his struggle for Muslims. We should know the history of our nation’s hero. This interest is developed due to visit of Quaid”s house on Sharh-e-Faisal opposite AVari Towers. I miss my Quaid a lot.

  165. Peter D'Souza says:

    “An Extremely Rare Photo: Quaid Celebrating Eid as a Child”
    The child in the photograph is not Quaid , it is Mahatma Gandhi. Please rectify the mistake.

  166. Allah Rakha Saleem says:

    What a wonderful collection it is!!

  167. I like national hero of Pakistan.

  168. I love our Quaid who made Pakistan.

  169. Amina Sahar says:

    Really Quaid was a fantastic person in history. He enabled us to live independently. Think lot of times before criticizing the father of Nation.

  170. I love Quaid. I have no words to explain what I am feeling now………lot of information.

  171. Great history of our Quaid.

  172. Maryam Hussain says:

    Thank you for giving us great memories about great people.

  173. Saima Saira says:

    Such a great memory of a fabulous person of the world.

  174. Great men never die, their death makes them immortal because they live in our hearts. We love and like him heart and soul. Quaid-e-Azam was a brave and honest man. He devoted all his time and energy to work for the achievement of Pakistan. May he rest in peace. Today Pakistan needs a leader like Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Muhammad Iqbal.

  175. Heroes never die!!

  176. Nousheen Saeed says:

    I can never ever thank to the leaders who worked so hard to convert Pakistan into reality. Quaid-e-Azam ruined his personal life for us, so we as a Muslims can live a better life. We can never pay him.

  177. Fahama Jutt says:

    Nice pics of Quaid and his family.

  178. G R Shahid says:

    Really very informative and attention gaining for a Pakistani as well as all the people who have interest in famous and known personalities of the world.

  179. Dr. Mohammad Minhajuddin Sajid, Chittagong, Bangladesh says:

    I was so moved seeing the rare pictures of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and the other members of his family that it reminded me of an aristocratic but lively living of a great leader. I salute him as an astute leader who carved out a land for Muslims in the undivided India in the face of the dominant Brahmins.

  180. Talha Asif says:

    These are amazing pics.

  181. Faham Raees says:

    I salute Quid-e-Azam. Nobody can become like him. He wanted that Muslims should live free. When somebody called him a king, he was so angry and said that he was a soldier of Pakistan. He also said, “Musalmaan museebat kay waqt ghabrata nahi”. He is the greatest leader in the world. Allama Iqbal, Liaqat Ali khan and lots of people did hard work to make Pakistan.
    Pakistan zindabad.

  182. Mohammad Shahid says:

    Quaid-e-Azam was a great leader.

  183. Seems like I have gone through the land of information of My Quaid!
    Mesmerizing memories!!

  184. Junaid Badar says:

    Fabulous photos. Mene yeh pics aaj tak kabhi nahi dekheen.

  185. Mohammad Sultan Qureshi, Canada says:

    Masha Allah, Amazing & Superb work in presenting the history of a Great Leader. We are such blessed that we have no idea, we owe this Great man as we live in a Free and our own country. He lived a good life.
    – An intelligent, brave leader, well dressed, respectful prominent, loved animals, converted at-least a person into Islam, taught and preached love without discrimination, showed his annoyance to her daughter over marrying a non-Muslim, sacrificed and created a unique history in the continent and globe that may not be repeated centuries to come.
    Once who said: “Musalman museebat kay waqt Ghabrata Nahee”.
    May Allah give us the wisdom to at-least follow his teachings and live together and full-fill our responsibilities to maintain what he gave us. That was a crucial time & may be 1 over 10 ratio of Mukhalifeen. I Salute this Great Leader for gifting us the land, own country, respect and pride of Pakistan.
    Please for God sake do not criticize & be generous in complimenting him.
    Its really a shame on all of us and the Ruler of so called our politicians, please compile his history respectfully and let us know our FATHER OF NATION to entire world and follow his teachings in our day to day government operation.
    Salute, Salute and Salute to you Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah.

  186. Amazing memories of Quaid’s family.

  187. Muhammad Ameer Hamza says:

    Very impressive information. Really our Quaid was a brave and powerful man. A man who came to know that a nation for which he is doing work day night and not enjoy rest shall not be loyal. Instead of this he achieved Pakistan.
    Alas! our nation broke the trust of our beloved Quaid.

  188. Syed Suhrab Ali Shah says:

    Thanks for sharing such great and memorable rare pictures. I am really surprised to see the love letter of Jinnah’s wife to him, very interesting. I salute the QA, who gave us an independent country. Thanks God Jinnah gave us a Paradise on earth, called Pakistan. Long Live Pakistan. Salute to our great leader…

  189. Muzaffar Alam Siddiqui says:

    Amazing !! I am moved to see the photos of Quaid’s family, especially the last letter of Dina Jinnah to Quaid, the loving husband. I pray for the departed souls. May God elevate their ranks. Ameen.

  190. Quaid was so smart and well dressed.

  191. Quaid is great. Na aisa koi tha na ab aega, PAKISTAN kay liye.

  192. Asifa Rafee says:

    Nice collection of pics. Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s life is really inspiring!!

  193. Dressed up like a British, having dogs, servants, married a Parsi woman, enjoying cigars, daughter looks like an Angrez, Subhan Allah, the leader of Pakistan- a country which was separated and fought for to live independently in and implement our religion Islam (doesn’t look like 🙂

    • The Parsi woman converted to Islam and Quaid disowned his daughter because she married a non Muslim. And just so you know there is nothing wrong in smoking and also dressing up like a British. Your comment caught my attention because this is what many people used to say in old times.
      He was the greatest leader ever!

    • Amber, you are totally wrong. Quiad nay Musalmaan se shadi ki thi na kay kissi Parsi say. Agar koi gher-Muslim Islam qabool karay tou kia aap ussay hamaisha he gher-Muslim hi kahain gi? Aur aap ko aisa haq kis nay diya kay aap Quaid ko criticise karain? Woh qauom kay mohsin hain iss liye???????

    • Qayyum Shaikh says:

      He didn’t make Pakistan an Islamic State!
      His Pakistan didn’t have any state religion, later in 1956 it was made Islamic Republic but Jinnah’s Dominion of Pakistan was made to protect Human Rights, was a non-Theocratic State.

      • Dr. Ali Ahmad Siddique says:

        Mr. Qayyum Shaikh, please study the history and then give some comments. Quaid-e-Azam was considered to be one of the great leaders and he was instrumental in birth of Pakistan.

  194. Awais Ahmed Memon says:

    I salute you Quaid, the father of the nation.

  195. Amazing display of memorable pictures. Well done.

  196. Pakistan text books don’t have Quaid’s Family history. Shame to government of Pakistan and their politician. 99% Pakistan youth do not know about Quaid.

  197. Riz Shah says:

    Quaide’s personality and character is my ideal.. thanx for nice adorable info.

  198. Yasir Rai says:

    Thanks for sharing such an informative Stuff.

  199. We are thankful to you for great achievement about our Quaid. I was fond to know Quaid’s family. Now I am very happy to know about this. Jazak Allah.

  200. Raveena says:

    Superb!! Very memorable memories!!

  201. Muhammad Musharaf Amin says:

    I hope that you will come up with some more of these. A rare and I would say an excellent work.

  202. Ahtsham Chughtai says:

    Dear, Very nice & rare collection, Its great job done by you.

  203. Sana Hammid says:

    Its really a rare collection. I appreciated this work.

  204. Very rare pictures. Never seen before. Great job done by you.

  205. Mahar Umar Farooq says:

    Brilliant job. May God keep them in peace.

  206. Maj Munir Aslam sigs says:

    Great job done by you, remarkable pictures, never seen such pictures before in my life. I also would want to add to these pictures, the pic of Quaid-e-Azam with the Aligarh College football team post match. My father was also in the team. I would surely share the pic with you.

  207. Maj Makhdoom Qaiser (Australia) says:

    Wonderful job, never seen such historical pictures of Quaid and family. Thanks for sharing. Best wishes.

  208. Maj Syed Sirajuddin Ahmed, Avn (USA) says:

    Most wonderful job. This is the first time in my life to see the family tree of Quid-e-Azam. I hope this is introduced as a History syllabus in all Pakistani Schools. You really deserve great credit for the pains you have taken to bring it to our knowledge. I am impressed. God Bless you and give you a very long life.

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