A Revivier (Arabic:Mujaddid) is a scholar who brings renewal to Islam. Muslims believe that Allah sends a Mujaddid for this Ummah after every century. Holy Prophet said:

Verily Allah sends to this Ummah (community) at the head of every hundred years someone (or people) who will renew for it its religion.
Holy Prophet, Sunan Abu Dawood, Book 37: Kitab al-Malahim [Battles], Hadith Number 4278

List of Claimant Revivers[edit | edit source]

First Century (after the prophetic period) (August 3, 718)[edit | edit source]

Umar bin Abdul Aziz

Hasan Basri (642–728)

Abu Hanifa (699–767)[7]

Malik Ibn Anas (711–795)

Second Century (August 10, 815)[edit | edit source]

Shafi‘i (767–820)

Ahmad Ibn Hanbal (780–855)

Third Century (August 17, 912)[edit | edit source]

Abu Al-Hasan Al-Ash'ari (874–936)

Abu Jafar Al-Tahawi (853–933)

Fourth Century (August 24, 1009)[edit | edit source]

Abu Bakr Baqillani (950–1013)

Hakim Nishapuri (933–1012)

Ibn Hazm (994–1064)

Fifth Century (September 1, 1106)[edit | edit source]

Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali (1058–1111)

Sixth Century (September 9, 1203)[edit | edit source]

Fakhr-Al-Din Razi (1149–1210)[

Seventh Century (September 5, 1300)[edit | edit source]

Moeenudin Chishti

Ibn Arabi

Eighth Century (September 23, 1397)[edit | edit source]

Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani (1372–1448)

Ninth Century (October 1, 1494)[edit | edit source]

Jalal u Din Suyuti (1445–1505)

Tenth Century (October 19, 1591)[edit | edit source]

Ahmad Sirhindi (1564–1624)[10][27]

Eleventh Century (October 26, 1688)[edit | edit source]

Shah Waliullah (1703–1762)[29]

Twelfth Century (November 4, 1785)[edit | edit source]

Shah Abdul Aziz Delhwi (1745–1823)[30]

Thirteenth Century (November 14, 1882)[edit | edit source]

Mehar Ali Shah

Fourteenth Century (November 21, 1979)[edit | edit source]

Ahmed Raza Khan Barelvi (1856–1921)

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