Saifee Mahal is valued at a minimum Rs.1,000 crores

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Saifee Mahal is valued at a minimum Rs.1,000 crores

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Unread post by Reporter » Sat Mar 08, 2014 8:27 pm

This email is doing the rounds on the Internet:
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Ever wondered what its like inside this palace of a spiritual guide who claims to be an ardent follower of Hazrat Ali a.s. At no point of time did Rasul Allah s.a.w. (Sarkar-e-qayanat) or Hazrat Ali a.s. (Shere Khuda) ever named their respective holy houses as "Mahal" or ever lived the luxurious lifestyle of a king like our present Dai.

1) Saifee Mahal is spread over acres of land and is situated in the most expensive locality of India where the going rate of an apartment is more than Rs.45,000 per sq.feet and by which Saifee Mahal is valued at a minimum of Rs.1,000 crores.

2) Here you find a monarch (Sultan of Bohra) living with his princes (shehzadas), princesses (shehzadis) and other members who proudly call themselves "royal family". Democracy ends here and dictatorship begins.

3) The monarch resides in a palace which is a huge 3 storeyed structure wherein in one of the massive halls, he conducts baithaks, ziafats and wajebat collections. On the 1st floor there is another huge princely hall adorned by carcasses of stuffed tigers shot by the monarch which he proudly displays. The monarch's personal living room has been recently done up with water fountains. The lavish iranian carpets, priceless antiques and marble floorings are worth seeing.

4) The palace is surrounded by a sprawling garden, car parks and a small masjid. There are another few buildings near the palace and within the SM premises, out of which one building is exclusively for his sons and the others are for Mazum saab and other family members which number around 1000.

5) Inside, it is no less lavish than that of a superstar. The interior was just mind blowing and done up by a leading interior designer of Mumbai. The dining table and chairs were made of silver, the swing in the balcony had silver rods. The children play with small gold toys and have a doll house, the likes of what we see in hollywood films. The wash basin had gold engravings on it and the taps are of solid gold. The other artifacts and antiques are out of the world.The shehzadas re-do their interiors every 6 months because that is how their wives pass their time.

6) Now next to the main palace is the common kitchen which caters to the whole lot in SM. I dont need to mention the variety of food which is cooked here as it is anybody's guess. The servants on the other hand are served with dal and rice on a daily basis. Every apartment has got a minimum of one maid and one male servant. Now you can multiply that with the number of apartments that exist in the premises. Add that with the number of drivers, gardeners and watchmen. They have a professional security agency to guard their SM round the clock. The number of non bohra servants far out number the bohra servants. Now who says there is poverty among bohras ?

7) There are a few godowns which are stuffed upto the brim with costly crystal dinner sets, crystal showpieces and antiques. One of the godown is stuffed with a number of 50kg sacks of badam, pista and walnut, half of which is eaten up by ants and rodents.

I bet that the maximum amount of currency notes that anyone on this forum must have seen would have been a bag full of notes or a cupboard full of notes unless one is an employee of a leading bank. Here in Saifee Mahal there is a huge room full of currency notes collected from gallas of various dargahs and wajebat and other extortion amounts. We were told that there is a team of young brainwashed boys from surat which comes at regular intervals just to count the money and it takes them a few days to count the booty. The extortionists are so busy that they do not even have the time to count the money.

The above are the few observations made by a fanatic bohri and surprisingly he was not sad or ashamed on seeing the above but on the contrary he narrated these facts with a sense of pride. This is the state of our present day gullible bohras.

Now from the above mentioned facts can anyone please tell me, where are the teachings and principles of Islam and the Holy Prophet s.a.w. and where does the stereo typed slogan of the bohras' "Live like Ali a.s. and Die like Hussain a.s." fit in ?

Last but not the least, this property worth a thousand crores was gifted by Sir Adamjee Peerbhoy and these be-imaan people instead of being grateful to Sir Adamjee have on the contrary prevented the bohra coomunity from even doing his ziarat and have come out with all sorts of baseless and cooked up false allegations against him and his family. If Sir Adamjee Peerbhoy is so much disliked by them then why are they enjoying on his property ? Why dont they move out of a place which belonged to a so called daawat na dushman ?

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Unread post by Sequence » Sat Mar 08, 2014 10:18 pm

even kaba is fully furnished these days, have u looked into house of so called "khadim of kaba" the king?

obviosly no one expects a leader to live in jhopda.

btw may be 1000 crore is todays valuation not the real value when it was gifted.

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Unread post by seeker110 » Sun Mar 09, 2014 3:01 am

Stolen from public, in both cases. Follower of Islam hardly ever lives in a mahal or jhupri. There are many shades of grey.

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Unread post by asad » Sun Mar 09, 2014 4:11 am

Sequence wrote:btw may be 1000 crore is todays valuation not the real value when it was gifted.
who gifted it to whom?

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Unread post by tasneempati » Sun Mar 09, 2014 6:56 am

1000 CRORES ARE PEANUTS. TN THIS CASE EVERY MEMBER OF MOULA'S FAMILY GET LESS THAN 10 CRORES EACH ( CONSIDERING NO. OF SO CALLED QASRE-AALI POPULATION =100 ).

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Unread post by tasneempati » Sun Mar 09, 2014 7:02 am

Sequence wrote:even kaba is fully furnished these days, have u looked into house of so called "khadim of kaba" the king?

obviosly no one expects a leader to live in jhopda.

btw may be 1000 crore is todays valuation not the real value when it was gifted.
kHADIM OF KABA ! " THEY ARE JEWS OF KHAIBAR"

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Unread post by Hussain_KSA » Sun Mar 09, 2014 8:38 am

khadim e kaba doesn't take fakhir najwa, sabeel, sadqa, sialatul imam, khums, haqqun nafs from the muslims to live lavish life. Not a single riyal was taken in development of Masjid ul haram or masjidul nabawi. Dont compare raja bhog with gangu teli.

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Sun Mar 09, 2014 4:06 pm

Saifee Mahal, which once belonged to Sir Adamji Peerbhoy must be valued at a minimum of Rs.5,000 crores today !!

Lets analyse it......... It must be spread over an area of more then 2 acres and the present market rate of apartments in this area is around Rs.1 lac per sq feet. Scores of high rise towers can be constructed on this vast land which is considered to be the most posh locality of Mumbai. When a single building of Mukesh Ambani (Antila) is valued @ Rs.4,500 crores then one can imagine what could be the worth of Saifee Mahal !!

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Unread post by Sequence » Sun Mar 09, 2014 5:07 pm

Hussain_KSA wrote:khadim e kaba doesn't take fakhir najwa, sabeel, sadqa, sialatul imam, khums, haqqun nafs from the muslims to live lavish life. Not a single riyal was taken in development of Masjid ul haram or masjidul nabawi. Dont compare raja bhog with gangu teli.
his money comes from oil which is state and public property.
have u seen jhopadpatti just front of kaba on mountains?

I have seen it.

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Unread post by JC » Mon Mar 10, 2014 12:10 pm

Correct me if I am wrong, so abdes here are saying Khadim-e-Kaaba and Sultan of Bohras are comparables and are two sides of same coin??!! Going by that logic it then seems abde hate of Saudis is fake ......... they are long lost brothers...!!!! :lol:

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Unread post by Akhtiar Wahid » Mon Mar 10, 2014 1:02 pm

Bohras compare everything with DAI

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Unread post by ARB » Mon Mar 10, 2014 6:14 pm

The King of KSA lives like a king because he is a bloody king. He OWNS vast amount of oil fields. Who is our Dai to live like a king? Dai was never a king in ismaili doctrines, and never possessed vast amounts of property before the 51st.

Real saints have always lived in poverty.

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Mon Mar 10, 2014 6:26 pm

The Dai, his sons and extended family have multi billion dollar businesses spread across the continent, where did they get their capital from ? Are they descendants of Emperors or Maharajas ? Have they inherited the huge wealth ? NO !! They have only looted their followers in the name of religion and built their multi billion dollar empire !

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Unread post by Sequence » Mon Mar 10, 2014 7:09 pm

ARB wrote:The King of KSA lives like a king because he is a bloody king. He OWNS vast amount of oil fields. Who is our Dai to live like a king? Dai was never a king in ismaili doctrines, and never possessed vast amounts of property before the 51st.

Real saints have always lived in poverty.
Please name 5 real saints who lives in real poverty in 2014?

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Unread post by AgnosticTheist » Tue Mar 11, 2014 5:39 am

Sequence wrote:
ARB wrote:The King of KSA lives like a king because he is a bloody king. He OWNS vast amount of oil fields. Who is our Dai to live like a king? Dai was never a king in ismaili doctrines, and never possessed vast amounts of property before the 51st.

Real saints have always lived in poverty.
Please name 5 real saints who lives in real poverty in 2014?
None - because there are no real saints in 2014.

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Unread post by tasneempati » Tue Mar 11, 2014 5:48 am

AgnosticTheist wrote:
Sequence wrote: Please name 5 real saints who lives in real poverty in 2014?
None - because there are no real saints in 2014.
yes friends it is true.... According to hindu theology, this is kalyug & there is saying "शिष्य भी कलयुगी और गुरु भी कलयुगी"

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Unread post by tasneempati » Tue Mar 11, 2014 5:49 am

ghulam muhammed wrote:The Dai, his sons and extended family have multi billion dollar businesses spread across the continent, where did they get their capital from ? Are they descendants of Emperors or Maharajas ? Have they inherited the huge wealth ? NO !! They have only looted their followers in the name of religion and built their multi billion dollar empire !
Simply becoz followeres are spineless creatures.

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Unread post by ARB » Tue Mar 11, 2014 6:17 am

Sequence wrote:
ARB wrote:The King of KSA lives like a king because he is a bloody king. He OWNS vast amount of oil fields. Who is our Dai to live like a king? Dai was never a king in ismaili doctrines, and never possessed vast amounts of property before the 51st.

Real saints have always lived in poverty.
Please name 5 real saints who lives in real poverty in 2014?

Haha nice. Counterfeit gold exists because there is real gold somewhere. All I know is that saints and their families do not live in extreme contrast with their disciples. There might be many true saints living today, but not exactly public. The poor ones are seldom mentioned online. Might have to go to the mountains and the deserts to look for them. :wink:

Sheikh Abd alRahman al Shagouri, and Javad Nourbaksh I found through google, who were relatively poor. I can't vouch for their authenticity though since Ive not personally met/heard them, but they seem real enough.

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Unread post by Being_Bohra » Tue Mar 11, 2014 6:26 am

You dont need to be a public figure to be a saint. The person living next door to you could have saintly qualities unknown to you or rather he does not need to advertise his/her good deeds. A real saint needs no affirmation.

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Unread post by ARB » Tue Mar 11, 2014 6:53 am

Precisely. Saints do not need extended titles, and shaanat recited every now and then, only imposters do.

Furthermore, if you observe, always the URS of a saint is celebrated, the day he died and finally met the Beloved. His whole life of trouble and hardship is over at death and the disciples rejoice and commemorate this great occasion every year. But bohris have relatively recently taken to "maula ni umr ne qayamat tak daraz rakhjo". Have you ever heard of any other saint wanting to prolong his life?

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Unread post by Sequence » Wed Mar 12, 2014 12:14 am

Just yesterday we talk about saint who live in poverty in 2014. and today I found one.

viewtopic.php?f=9&t=9402&view=unread#unread

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2D8ocp7w9a4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8d2VoN3oiZ8

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Unread post by Dr Fatema » Wed Mar 12, 2014 4:21 am

Dear all Saifee Mahal is valued 1000 Crores or 10,000 Crores it will not affect bohra community members. Let SMS & SKQ fight over it.

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Unread post by Akhtiar Wahid » Sun Apr 06, 2014 12:56 pm

What if Saifee Mahal goes back to its orignal owners.....that is Peerbhoy and family, it is still considered as a trust property and they could easily claim it back because it is theirs and could claim that we do not want it to be their gift anymore!

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Unread post by salaar » Sun Apr 06, 2014 2:22 pm

akhtiar bro you are crazy, while making deed for anything that is given to the trust it is clearly mentioned that this property is now given to xxx trust alongwith any income that would generate from it, we xxx will not claim the ownership of this property in future and from this date xxx trust will stand responsible regarding all the affairs of this property............... otherwise yes i would have in the first phase established my relationship as the grandson of adamjee peerbhoy one way or the other and later ask for the ownership of this fortune. hehehe