|Full Name||Dewji Bahay Jamal|
|Well-Known As||Dewji Jamal|
|Leaders of Khoja Shia Ithna Asheri in India|
Dewjī Bahāy Jamāl better known as Dewjī Jamāl (b. 1820- d. 1905) was among the leaders of Khoja Shia Ithna Asheri in India. Part of the Khoja were followers of Aghakhan, Imam of Ismailiyya but these khojas later defied him. On a trip to the Holy Shrines in Iraq, Dewji Jamal met Shaykh Zayn al-Abidin Mazandarani and asked him to send some preachers for Khoja Ithna Ashari in Mumbai and Zanzibar. Ayatollah Mazandarani accepted his request and sent [[Mulla Qadir Husayn] to Mumbai in 1873 and Shaykh Abu l-Qasim Najafi and [[Sayyid Abd al-Husayn Mar'ashi[[ to Mumbai and Zanzibar respectively in 1885.
Dewji Jamal cooperated with Mulla Qadir to establish the first society for Khoja Ithna Ashari in Mumbai. Members of Dewji Jamal's family including Sharif Dewji, Ja'far Dewji, Muhammad Ja'far Sharif (Muhammad Sharif’s father) and Ahmad Husayn Sharif were among the preachers of the Shiite Islam. Dewji Jamal was buried in Karbala.
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