হযরত মির্যা বশীরুদ্দীন মাহমুদ আহমদ (রাঃ), খলীফাতুল মসীহ্ সানী ও আল্-মুস্লেহুল মওউদ/ Hadrat Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad (ra), Khalifatul Masih II and Al Musleh Mauod (The Promised Reformer)
Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at, Bangladesh.
The original 'Dawat al-Amir' (In Urdu) was
published in 1926. A translation into Persian by the
late Maulvi Ghulam Ahmad of Ooch was published
the same year and presented to a Ruler of
Afghanistan, Amanullah Khan.
The present epistle acquired special significance from
the fact that about two years before its presentation,
three Afghan Ahmadis were stoned to death by the
orders of Amanullah Khan. The tragic events made it
necessary that the message, aims and rationale of the
Ahmadiyya Movement should be expounded for the
special attention of the then King.
The events and the epistle now belong to history, but
their significance not only survives but keeps
increasing in its impact and influence.