Faizul Rahaman Khan, born on November 10, 1941 in Albouystown, Georgetown British Guyana, to Hassan and Nazmoon Khan and the eldest of twelve children, was reared in a family known for its involvement in Islamic propagation. His great grandfather the late Molvie Chand Khan was known to be the first person to have built a mosque in the colony of British Guiana. Faizul Khan was the grandson of the late Meer Khan. He was tutored in his early years at the hands of early Islamic scholars like Moulvie B.H Chand and Moulvie Naser Ahmed Khan. At an early age of seventeen years, Faizul R. Khan established a Madrasa to teach voluntary the principles of Islam and recitation of Quran. This continued in his later years for over fifteen years.