The Emergence of a Shiite, Crypto-Shiite, Mahdavi and Ismaili Ruling Elite for Hyderabad State
“Long before Aurangzeb entered the Deccan, the city of Hyderabad was settled by a Shiite dynasty. But the Nizams were orthodox Sunni and always maintained a safe distance from Shiites. But during the reign of Sikander Jah, conspiratorial Shiite elements connected to the Illuminati, such as direct descendants of the Sayyid Brothers managed to gain a foothold in the Nizam’s court, and even started promoting Shiism. The highly capable Salar Jung I was a practicing Shiite, although he was clearly devoid of the clannish, cabalist and secretive behaviors that characterized Shiites associated with political intrigue. Sadly, his success was used to further infiltrate the Nizam’s administration with Shiites of mysterious origin.
British Intelligence never completely trusted the Sunnis, and instead preferred Shiites such as those in the retinue of the Nawabs of Awadh for sensitive operations. With the Illuminati takeover of Hyderabad State, it became necessary to create a new Shiite ruling elite for Hyderabad State. Unlike the Nawabs of Awadh, this new Shiite ruling elite was fairly secretive, and outwardly identified as Sunnis. The traditional ruling elite of Hyderabad were the Paigah. These were descendants of the Sunni-Muslim, North Indian troops who had accompanied Nizam I to the Deccan. They regarded the natives of Hyderabad with irritation, and did not mix with them. Descendants of the Paigah still proudly sport their family crests on the rear-windscreens of their cars in Hyderabad. Around 1930, we see mysterious and previously unknown Shiites suddenly purchasing estates and properties from the Paigah, and even replacing them in administrative positions. And thus the Paigah were displaced by the new Shiite ruling elite.
Large number of Shiites were imported from the twelve villages of the Sayyid Brothers in Uttar Pradesh, from Awadh and from Bilgram. Entire Shiite villages in the Uttar Pradesh were emptied as their populations were secretly transferred to Hyderabad. They were settled in some of the most top and upmarket areas of the New City and were immediately given administrative jobs. Centuries ago, the Illuminati linked Safavids forcibly converted Iran to Twelver Shiism through a campaign of intimidation and violence. While no such blatant attempt was made in Hyderabad State, there were government-backed attempts to market Shiism to ignorant Muslims as “Islam.” For example, while the government never bothered to build or upkeep mosques in the districts, they did build and maintain Shiite congregation halls (known as Ashurkhanas or Imambaras) even in the most remote villages. And every year, a fancy parade would take place in all towns and villages, in which Shiite religious paraphernalia would be carefully assembled, marched through the streets and then nonsensically submerged in a nearby river or lake. This parade was first started by the Safavids, and its purpose was to instill division and hatred between the Shiites and Sunnis. The Safavids would harness this hatred to come to power in Iran. But in India, this parade served as a tamasha, a magnet for ignorant people, both Muslim and non-Muslim. Islam places emphasis on humility and humbleness, and the only public procession allowed in Islam is the peaceful and silent return from the Eid prayers and and the public participation in funerals. Later, certain Chitpavani political leaders, sensing the political potential of such parades, invented Hindu variants of such parades and processions to further their political agendas.”
The Goshamahal Baradari was the first official Masonic lodge of India.
"With Illuminati conspirators of so many different stripes and backgrounds (Shiite, British Indian, Crypto-Shiite, British Intelligence, British, European, Communist, Jewish, Ismaili, Mahdvi, Parsi) gathered in Hyderabad, Freemasonry was necessary to ensure smooth coordination between them. Politically powerful figures were also inducted into Freemasonry by giving them honorary membership, although it is unclear to what extent they became complicit in Illuminati activities. Among such honorary members were the Nizam Mahbub Ali Khan, his successor Osman Ali Khan and several Prime Ministers of Hyderabad. During the reign of Mahbub Ali Khan, Freemasons acquired a Qutubshahi structure known as the Goshamahal Baradari in 1872. It was originally a ladies palace with 12 large windows, which were latticed to provide privacy. It was also used as a headquarter by Aurangzeb. The Freemasons needed the privacy of this structure for their Satanic rituals. This was the first Masonic temple in India. Soon there would be many more across British India.”
The Secret History of Hyderabad State of the Nizam (South India; 1724 – 1948)
it’s a 12 pages article, it talks about the religious school mulla Maudoodi went, his friendship with Josh Malehabadi.