Maulvi Shukrullah Mubarakpuri, after having graduated from Darul Uloom, Deobandcame to Mubarakpur in 1336 (A.H.) and started working for the propagation of his schoolof thought. The followers of this school separated their Friday prayers in an another mosque, on their own, in 1337 (A.H.), while these people said their Friday prayers andEid prayers in Jama Masjid, Raja Mubarak Shah. With the continuous and consistentefforts of Maulvi Shukrullah, the Sunnis started feeling rather intensively the need for ahigh statured Sunni scholar who may take over, pose a counter challenge to the opponentsand take Madarsa Ashrafia Misbahul Uloom on the way to progress. The people of Mubarakpur invited Sadrus Shariah Hazrat Maulana Amjad Ali Azmi (d. 1367 / 194A)and Muhaddith-e-Azam Hazrat Maulana Syed Mohammad Ashrafi Kichhauchhavi (d.1381 / 1960) and both the scholars in their own wisdom, according to the wishes of the people of the mubarakpur and the needs of the time selected a pious and qualified teacher.The teacher was Hafiz Abdul Aziz Moradabadi who is known as Ustazul Ulema JalalatulIlm Hafiz-e-Millat Allama Shah Abdul Aziz Moradabadi for his wide spread valuablereligious and academic services and he came to be known as a bright star in the page of History.Just at the heated discourses and debates held during Moharram 1353 H. to Rabiul Akhir 1353 H. came to a close, the members as well-wishers of Ashrafia started a newconstructive front under the leadership of Hafiz-e-Millat. A meeting was held in JamaMasjid Raza Mubarak Shah and on Friday the project for constructing buildings for Ashrafia was started and a move for raising fund began. In spite of their economic poverty, the sunni muslims of Mubarakpur spent out whatever they had on their hand.The work of collecting the contribution went on for two months. About the dedicationand enthusiasm of Mubarakpur for collecting the contributions some office bearers of Ashrafia write in the annual report :"The people of Mubarakpur spent out their rupees, sold their cattle, live stock, pots and pans, cloth, jewelleries to raise the fund of Ashrafia. The Muslims of Mubarakpur dedicated every type of valuables to raise the fund for Ashrafia. The Muslim women of Mubarakpur gave their jewelleries- there most favorite and dear valuables. What a realand genuine religious fervour! For the construction of the first storey the women gave outapproximately 50 kilograms of jewelleries save gold jewelleries, to Ashrafia. (Rudad-Darul Uloom Ashrafia, P3, 1356 A.H.)For the construction of the new building of Darul Uloom Ashrafia, Hafiz-e-Millat and theSunni Muslims of Mubarakpur took a plot of land from Sheikh Mohammad Ansari (d.1388 / 1968) at Gola bazaar, Mubarakpur. In 1935 people decided to lay the foundationstone. The foundation stone laying ceremony was attended by Sheikhul MashaiekhHazrat Ashrafi Mian Kichhauchhavi, Hazrat Sadrus Shariah Azmi, Hazrat Muhaddithe-Azam Hind and other distinguished Ulema.