iv. Moulana Saadiqul Yaqeen Saheb Kursawi He was of exquisite nature. He was brilliant, a practising Aalim, devout and he possessed fine perception. He was the Khaleefa-e-Mujaaz of Moulana Gangohi (Rahmatullahi alaih). He was so much averse to innovations and customs that he strongly differed with his father on the question of Moulood. In fact, their relationship was broken. Hazrat Thanwi solved the matter through beautiful diplomacy, resulting in his father abandoning the custom. Thus, the two of them reconciled. He paid much attention to reduction in food and sleep. As a result he became frail and weak. v. Moulana Fazl-e-Haq Saheb Barah Banki He was the first student of Hazrat Thanwi to graduate. He was an Aalim of exceptional potential. He was outstanding in philosophy due to which he wrote such a beautiful commentary of the difficult portion of Muthannaat Bit Takreer that it was preserved in the Madrasah archives. For many years he kept the Torch of Ilm burning in Qanooj.
vi. Moulana Shah Lutfur Rasool Saheb Barah Banki He was exceptionally brilliant and witty. He had an acute sense of understanding, intelligent, able Aalim and he possessed a strong spiritual state. He was a Zaakir and ShaaghilDurwaish. He became ba’it to Hazrat Haji Imdaadullah through correspondence. Ta’leemof Tasawwuf, however, he received by Hazrat Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi and he received the honour of being Hazrat Thanwi’s Khaleefa-e-Mujaaz. Divine Fear overwhelmed him. He would receive Divine Inspirations. Notwithstanding his hot temperament he was humble. He simplified the popular treatise of Hazrat Thanwi, Qasdus Sabeel ilal Mowlal Jaleel. He was the first to be buried in Hazrat Thanwi’s waqf qabristaan.