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English: The Ahmadiyya movement was founded in 1889, but the name Ahmadiyya was not adopted until about a decade later. The Sikh Empire under Maharaja Ranjit Singh made Ahmadiyya in Qadian, Punjab (India). One committee to defend and promote their religion.
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Source Old Indian book of Empire of the world
Author Dr. Lois Van Borsbeek

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