• Omar Faheem
    article. (November 2012) | Sir Syed Ahmed Khan سر سید احمد خان | | Born | Syed Ahmad Taqvi 17 October 1817 Delhi, Mughal Empire | Died | 27 March 1898 (aged 80) Aligarh, British India | Era | Modern era | Religion | Islam | School | Islamic Philosophy | Notable ideas | Aligarh...
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  • Establishment of Aligarh College
    cultural renaissance, social regeneration and the political rehabiliation of the Muslims in the sub-continent. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, during the early phase of his public career, believed in a United India but when the Urdu-Hindi Controversy and Hindu prejudices against Muslims rose in tempo, he began to...
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    Introduction The greatest Muslim reformer and statesman of the 19th Century, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was born in Delhi on October 17, 1817. His family on the maternal and paternal side had close contacts with the Mughal court. His maternal grandfather, Khwajah Farid was a Wazir in the court of...
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  • Leaders
    | Notable ideas | Aligarh Muslim University, Two-Nation Theory | Influenced by[show]Queen Elizabeth, Western education | Influenced[show]Muslim League, Lord Mountbatten of Burma | Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, KCSI [1] (also Sayyid Ahmad Khan) (Urdu: سید احمد خان} (October 17, 1817 – March 27, 1898), commonly...
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  • Describe the Significance and Contribution of Aligarh Movement for the Revival and Regeneration of the Muslims of Sub-Continent.
    its major objectives, i.e. educational progress and social reform. His efforts earned Sir Syed the title "Prophet of Education". Aligarh Movement was the movement led by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, to educate the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent after the defeat of the rebels in the Indian rebellion of...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
    SIR SYED AHMAD KHAN A GREAT MUSLIM REFORMER Following their crushing of the revolution of 1857, the British consolidated their secular rule in the Indian subcontinent, which marginalized, if not totally ignored, religion, particularly Islam. The whole of India suffered in the backlash, but...
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  • Social Study
    a person like Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. Sir Syed stood by the side of the British during the “War of Independence” and saved the lives of many English men. In the changed circumstances Sir Syed believed, it was not a wise policy for the Muslims to adopt antagonistic attitude towards the new rulers of...
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  • Pakistan Notes
    , Shibli, Nazir Ahmad, Chiragh Ali, Mohammad Hayat, and Zakaullah. All these personalities advocated the cause set by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan. Some English professors like Bech, Morison, Raleigh and Arnold also contributed greatly in building up the Aligarh college into a first rate institution...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and His Contributions
    great emancipator of the Indian Muslims Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was born at Delhi on October 17, 1817. This is the period when the great Mughal Empire was close to a complete collapse. Sir Syed’s family had already joined the East India Company and his maternal grandfather served in Iran and Burma under...
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  • Separatism Among Muslim Indian
    abstain from politics. It later became the political mouthpiece of the Indian Muslims and was the forerunner of the Muslim League. In 1888 Deoband Ulema issued a religious decree against Syed Ahmad Khans Organisations. [edit]Writings of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Besides his prominent role in the...
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  • Significance and Contribution of Aligarh Movement
    learn English education. 3. To persuade Muslims to abstain from politics of agitation. 4. To produce an intellectual class from amongst the Muslim community. Fortunately, Syed Ahmad Khan was able to attract into his orbit a number of sincere friends who shared his views and helped him. Among...
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  • Pak Std
    Abdul Lateef (1828-1893) of Bengal and Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (1817-1898) of Aligarh, believed in political quietism, and both thought that imparting of English education was the surest way for the advancement of the impoverished Muslim society. Like Sir Syed, Ameer Ali distanced himself from the...
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  • Essay
    people about the sins of accumulation of wealth and asked time to keep as much wealth with founder of modern Muslim India and as such the father of modern Muslim India. He produced illuminaries like Sir Syed Ahmad Khan who rendered meritorious services to the Muslims of India to draft their destinies...
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  • Notes of Pak Studies
    by defeating the Sikhs. 43. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was born in 1817. 44. Sir Syed joined the services of East India Company in 1838. 45. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan founded M.A.O High School, Aligarh in the year 1875. 46. In 1877, the M.A.O High School Aligarh, was given the status of a College...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
    political and national significance.’’  EDUCATIONAL MOVEMENT BY SIR SYED AHMAD KHAN The supreme interest of Sir Syed’s life was education in its widest sense. He wanted to create a scientific temperament among the Muslims of India and to make the modern knowledge of Science available to them. He...
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  • leadership
    . Due to that the League won only 18 seats out 38 in the frontier province (Ahmad, 1976).7 The main losses of the Frontier League were due to the Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan considerable influence (Qureshi, 1999). So the political insight and earlier forecast of Pir Sahib about the fate frontier League...
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  • Azhar Abbasi
    separately. Contribution of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (14Marks) 1. Attempts to achieve a better understanding between the British and the Muslims Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was one of the Muslim reformers. He carefully studied and analyzed the decline of Muslims in political power, social status and economic...
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  • To Boldly Go
    institutional foundation of Muslim modernization in southern Asia. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan emerged as a political leader of the Muslim community of Northern India in 1867 mainly due to the Hindi-Urdu controversy. In response of adoption of Hindi as a second language of UP (United provinces now Uttar Pardesh...
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  • Sultan Mohamed Shah Aga Khan Iii
    Aga Khan was promoted from “Knight Commander of the Indian Empire” to the “Grand Commander of the Order of Indian Empire” by King Edward VII. The Aligarh Muslim University was founded by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, an educator and politician in India in 1920. He felt it important for Muslims to gain modern...
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  • Essay
    . “Pakistan’s Constitution should incorporate the essential principles of Islam, which are as good and relevant in our day, as were 1300 years ago. But Pakistan should not be a theocratic state ruled by priests.” This statement was given by: a. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan b. Allama Iqbal c. Quaid-e-Azam d...
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