His father, Late Hakeem Mehtabuddin Hashmi (Gold Medalist) was a renowned Unani Hakeem who founded Hashmi Dawakhana which has later grown into an International name in Unani treatment by his yonger son Hakeem Ayaz Uddin Hashmi. Though his philanthropic mother, Smt. Shakira Begum, comes from a rural and conservative background with woman hood to her disadvantage, she has practically devoted her life to the uplift and welfare of women from the downtrodden sections of society. She has done creditable work in the field of women empowerment. She is the Chairperson of Hashmi Human Resources Development Society.
He has inherited this worthy trait from his worthy forefathers. Hakeem Ayaz Uddin Hashmi is married to Mrs. Eram Hashmi and has two daughters . Mrs. Eram Hashmi is a Post Graduate & LLB. She also has acquired IT education by obtaining Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications.
She is involved in a number of social activities in her vicinity e.g. free tuition classes to the children of downtrodden families, Seminars on Rural Women Awareness for AIDS & General Health.
In a rich and affluent environment, Hakeem Ayaz Uddin Hashmi was destined to see the highest and lowest echelons of human society. Right from childhood, his biggest passion was for gaining knowledge about human being and its deepest secrets. A true Muslim, a true member of society and a true servant of almighty, Hakeem Ayaz Uddin Hashmi is one of the most noble and strangest person. His acts speak for his pledge for humanity. He is determined to alert his community against those who misinterpret the preaching of Prophet. He says youngsters specially girls should be well educated to impart an active role in Today’s India.
“The aam aadmi in India is that person who does not have a connection to the system. Whether he is poor or rich, Hindu, Muslim, Sikh or Christian, educated or uneducated, if he is not connected to the system, he is an aam aadmi. We call him the common man but in fact he is unique.
He has immense capabilities, intelligence and strength. He builds this country every day of his life and yet our system crushes him at every step… we will never build a nation until we start recognizing and respecting the common man. We will never build a nation until we build a system in which this man’s progress is based not on who he knows but on what he knows. This is the challenge of our generation.”