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A Brief History of Ahmadiyya Movement In Islam|
His second marriage took place in March 1889 at Ludhiana on the urging of the Promised Messiah (AS) to Sughra Begum who was the daughter of a revered sage, Hadhrat Soofi Ahmad Jan (RA). She passed away in August 1955 at Rabwah at the age of eighty-three. From this union, by the grace of God, he was blessed with five sons and a daughter Amatul Hayee. The daughter was later married to the eldest son of Hadhrat Ahmad (AS).
Around 1887 the Promised Messiah (AS) suggested to him to write a book in refutation of Christian criticism of Islam, accordingly he authored a book Fasl al-Khatab. Then in 1890 in response to Pandit Lekh Ramís book Takzeeb Baraheene Ahmadiya he published a book Tasdeeq Baraheene Ahmadiyya.