• Alighar Movement
    revengeful action was taken against them. Because of British policy the Muslims fell from their past position of eminence and their social, economic and political conditions deteriorated. They lost their previous power, glory and distinction as a nation. Their properties were confiscated and their jobs were...
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    Syed Ahmed Khan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Sir Syed Ahmed Khan | | Full name | Sir Syed Ahmed Khan | Died | March 27, 1898 (aged 80) | Era | Modern era | Region | South Asia | School | Mughal | Main interests | education, politics | Notable...
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    ------------------------------------------------- Syed Ahmad Khan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | This article's lead section may not adequately summarize key points of its contents. Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article. (November 2012) | Sir Syed Ahmed Khan ...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
    Close SIR SYED AHMED KHAN The defeat in the war of Independence in 1857 left the Muslims in a state of dazed despair. The future of Muslims looked extremely bleak. The conditions of Muslims from the political, social, educational and religious point of view, were at the lowest ebb. Sir Syed could...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan's Educational Works
    Contribution of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan towards Muslim education July 15, 2010 Q.1. Describe the contribution of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan towards Muslim education. Sir Syed’s (1817-98) Contribution towards Muslim Education Perhaps the Muslims of the Sub-Continent owe their greatest gratitude to Syed Ahmed Khan...
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    scholars, at one point they resisted to merge with the Indian ethos, principles and culture which was their local identity and on the other hand, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan wanted to restore trust and confidence with British Government. He tried to implement the British style of living, adopting and accepting their...
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    SIR SYED AHMED KHAN: HIS LIFE AND CONTRIBUTION Sir Syed’s vision and his laborious efforts to meet the demands of challenging times are highly commendable. The dark post 1857 era was indeed hopeless and only Sir Syed could penetrate through its thick veil to visualize the Nation’s destinies. He rightly...
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  • Notes of Pak Studies
    ‘Golden sparrow’ because of its sound economy and resources. 7. The spread of Islam in the Sub-continent, owes much to the selfless and dedicated services of eminent sufis, mystics, and religions leaders such as Hazrat Data Ganj Bakhsh, Khawaja Mueen-ud-Din Chishty. Sheikh Baha-ud-Din Zakria, Khawaja...
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    simple i do copy and then paste on Microsoft Word. Breifly explain Ali Garh Movement. Their services as Religious Political Educational Social And Outcomes of this Movement Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (1817-1898) was a great visionary, statesman and Muslim reformer of the 19th century, the like of...
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    Sir Syed Ahmed Khan: His Life And Contribution Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (1817-1898) was a great visionary, statesman and Muslim reformer of the 19th century, the like of whom is rare. He wanted to make the community and country progressive and take them forward on modern lines. His supreme interest was...
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  • Social Study
    Asia’s, social and political life to the depth of its roots. This course of events gave birth to 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...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed
    wake grew social and political movements that paved the way for the emergence of the modern nations of India and Pakistan. India was the first country where Muslims were faced with a challenge to define their interface with two global civilizations from a position of political weakness. European arms...
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    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 the...
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  • Azhar Abbasi
    SIR SYED AHMED KHAN Early Biography Details Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was born in 1817 in Delhi. He came from a wealthy family and his father gave him high quality education. When he was 18 Sir Syed was skilled in Arabic, Persian, Mathematics and Medicine. He was also introduced as Sub-continent most...
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  • To Boldly Go
    degree of doctorate (Ph.D.) from Munich University. Services of Iqbal in Pakistan Movement Iqbal and Pakistan Movement Although his main interests were scholarly, Iqbal was not unconcerned with the political situation of the country and the political fortunes of the Muslim community of India. Already...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and His Contributions
    Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and His Contributions Some personalities leave far-reaching effects in history and the succeeding generations cannot ignore them. Such is the personality of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan who showed the ray of light to the Muslims and enabled them to restore their lost status. The great...
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    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 Akbar Shah II. His paternal grandfather Syed Hadi held a mansab and...
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  • Describe the Significance and Contribution of Aligarh Movement for the Revival and Regeneration of the Muslims of Sub-Continent.
    of Sub-Continent. A: Syed Ahmad Khan's Aligarh Movement played a significant role in bringing about an intellectual revolution among the Indian Muslims. Thus it succeeded in achieving its major objectives, i.e. educational progress and social reform. His efforts earned Sir Syed the title "Prophet of...
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  • Separatism Among Muslim Indian
    country. When direct elections were introduced to increase the participation of Indians in government affairs, a deputation of Indian Muslims led by Sir Aga Khan presented an address to Viceroy and Governor General Lord Minto at Simla on 1st October 1906. They asked for separate representation at all levels...
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  • Essay
    of these (ii) What was thereal name Shah Waliullah? (a) Qutubddin Ahmed Faruqi (b) Qutubddin Ahmed Siddiqui (c) QUtubddin Ahmed Syed  (d) None of these (iii) Who was formal teacher of Syed Ahmed Barelvi? (a) Sheikh Ahmed Sirhandi (b) Shah Walliullah (c) Shah Abdul Aziz (d) None of these ...
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