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Like Jaffris are associated with Imam Jaffar Saadiq A.S, I want to know to that Zaidi, Hamdani and Bukhari, Gilani  are related to which Imam A.S?

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3 hours ago, Hameedeh said:

Those names are derived from place names, locations on the map: Hamadan, Bukhara, Gilan. 

Yes i knew that, tried searching online and this  is the maximum details i  could find that these are name of cities and as some people migrated from these so they are known by there home city like many Ulma karam has "Qoumi" in there name.

But my question remains unanswered. (Except from Zaidis that akbar673 answered)

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9 hours ago, Messam RAza said:

Yes i knew that, tried searching online and this  is the maximum details i  could find that these are name of cities and as some people migrated from these so they are known by there home city like many Ulma karam has "Qoumi" in there name.

But my question remains unanswered. (Except from Zaidis that akbar673 answered)

The names just reflect what city they are from. Doesn’t mean they are necessarily Syed.

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1 hour ago, Akbar673 said:

The names just reflect what city they are from. Doesn’t mean they are necessarily Syed.

Brother these are basic things and i already know what the word "Bukhari, Hamdani, Gilani" means  (from Bukhara, hamdan and Gilan respectively).
For more clarification sake and i rephrase the question

"if a person is Hamdani Syed then to which Imam A.S is he associated ? If he is Gillani Syed then which Imam A.S is he associated. If he is Bukhari Syed then which Imam A.S is he associated?" 

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I have understood your question.

Hamdani syeds are descendents of imam Zain Ul aibedeen (as), therefore abidi syeds. 

gilani syeds are descendents of imam Hasan (as), therefore Hassani syeds. 

Bukhari syeds are descendents of imam ali naqi (as), therefore naqvi syeds.

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3 hours ago, Shah_jee said:

Hamdani syeds are descendents of imam Zain Ul aibedeen (as), therefore abidi syeds. 

gilani syeds are descendents of imam Hasan (as), therefore Hassani syeds. 

Bukhari syeds are descendents of imam ali naqi (as), therefore naqvi syeds.

If this is not 100% correct, you should say so. 

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