It was during this trip that Sir syed thought of establishing a cambridge at Aligarh in the form of mao college. Read Safar nama punjab,1884, Urdu by sir syed Ahmed This book contains the details of Sir syed travel to the punjab region and meetings with important people. As always, sir syed traveled to various places to gain support for his educational movement. Sir syed travel to ludhiana, jalandhar, Amritsar, gurdaspur, lahore, and muzaffar Nagar. He had meetings with the important people of the region such as syed Mahmood Hasan Khan Bahadur, syed Mohd Husain Khan of Patiala. In all these places Sir syed was received with honor and respect not given to any other person. Syed Iqbal Ali had carefully recorded his speeches and addresses given during this trip. Read Sarkashi zila bijnour (1858 Urdu by sir syed Ahmed no single event in the history of modern India excites the imagination more than the revolt of 1857.
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Read qaul-i-matin dar Ibtal-i-harkat i zamin,1848, Urdu by sir syed Ahmed In this tract syed Ahmad, according to the old beliefs tried to prove that the sun revolves around the earth. But then he got convinced of the european theory that the earth resume revolves around the sun, he subscribed to this later theory. Read Safar nama musafiran e london, Urdu by sir syed Ahmed syed Mahmood, son of Sir syed, was awarded a fellowship to study in England. Sir syed accompanied his sons to England to gain first hand knowledge about British culture and educational system. Sir syed left Benares on April, 1, 1869 and returned from Engalnd on Sept. He visited Egypt, France, and Britain in this travel. He was awarded the title. (title sir) by the duke of Argyll on August 6th, 1869, london. The account of this journey in Tehzibul Akhlaq. Sir syed also visited Cambridge to study the British system of education.
Dr Hunter believed that the muslims can never be loyal and well wishers of the government. He also said that Wahhabism and mutiny are synonymous words. Sir syed wrote a detailed response review. Hunters Indian Musulman in 1872. He pointed out. Hunters mistakes habits and provided a history of the wahhabis admitted that he himself was a wahhabi. Hunters book is also available online. Read On Hunter s "Our Indian Musalmans 1872 (Urdu-Eng) by sir syed Ahmed In 1871.
Sir syed narrates a very interesting story of two young Muslims who happened to find Allah in the night in the form of a light. One of them ask Allah to give him the riches of this world (Duniya) so that he can use it for the benefit of Islam. The other man asked for the hatred of Duniya and the love of God so that he can devote all his life for the remembrance of Allah. Read, izalatul Ghain An Zulqurnain (1889 Urdu by sir syed Ahmed This is a commentary on the portion of the quran containing the story of Zulqarnain. Sir syed tried to remove some of the misconceptions that were prevalent at the time that have no basis in the quran. Zulqarnain is the name of the ruler or King who ruled almost the entire land. Sir syed elaborated on the identity of Zulqarnain and enquired about the history of the idols of the Arabs. Read Khalaqal insaan ali mafil quran (1891 Urdu by sir syed Ahmed Khalaqal insaan ali mafil quran (1891 Urdu read On Hunter s "Our Indian Musalmans 1872 (Eng) by sir syed Ahmed In 1871. Hunter published a book on the religious thoughts of Indian Muslims Our Indian Musalmans-Are the Indian Musalmans bound by their religion to rebel against the queen.
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These alternative explanations, sometime, challenged the existing beliefs and therefore created lot of resistance and opposition to sir syed religious views. Asbabe baghavate hind (1858 Urdu by sir syed Ahmed, interior syed Ahmad was serving as Sadr Amin in Bijnor when the revolt broke out in Delhi on may 10, 1857. The events of 1857, directly or indirectly, had not only shaken the very foundations of British rule and ultimately resulting into independent India, but also shattered the unity between Muslims and Hindus, and in particular the mindset of syed Ahmad. The events of the revolt have been described in detail by syed Ahmad in his Tarikh-i-sarkashi-i- (Zila bijnore or the history of 1857 revolt and its causes (Asbab-e-baghawat-e hind or The causes of Indian revolt). Read, causes of the Indian revolt 1858, Eng Trans., 1873 by sir syed Ahmed, syed Ahmad was serving as Sadr Amin in Bijnor when the revolt broke out in Delhi on may 10, 1857. Haqeeqat us Sahar (1910 urdu by sir syed Ahmed, haqeeqat us Sahar (1910 urdu, read. History of Bijnour Rebellion, malik, (1869) Eng by sir syed Ahmed, no single event in the history of modern India excites the imagination more than the revolt of 1857.
The controversy still continues: was it a mutiny, a rebellion, or war of independence. The events of 1857, directly or indirectly, had not only shaken the very foundations of British rule and ultimately resulting into independent India, but also shattered the unity between Muslims and Hindus. Read, ik nadaan Khuda parast aur dana dunyadar ki kahani. (urdu) by sir syed Ahmed, this short assay of Sir syed starts with a couplet with syed as takhallus but it if from Hali. The publisher used it for the introduction of the article.
Ain-e akbari, 1855, Urdu by sir syed Ahmed, the ain-i-akbari or the "Institutes of Akbar (mode of governing) is a detailed Persian document recording the administration of emperor Akbar s empire, written by his wazir, Abu l-fazl ibn Mubarak in 1590. Syed Ahmad revised the original work and produced a glossary of the unfamiliar words of Persian, Arabic, turkish, hindi and Sanskrit. He brought into conformity the weights and measures of Akbar s age with those of his own times. European scholars consider this work of syed Ahmad of incomparable historical value. Al Khutbat al Ahmadiya (1870 in reply to muir s "Life of Mahomet" by sir syed Ahmed, sir William muirs Life of Mahomet (available online) made some wild allegations against the Prophet Mohammad (saw).
Syed Ahmad was greatly disturbed and pained and prepared to write a detailed response in the form of the book khutubat-i-ahmadiya. He planned to collect research material in England during his trip to England. Syed Ahmad had to endure many financial difficulties for the translation and publication of the book in England. He later expanded upon these ideas in the form of Tasanif-i-ahmadiya. Maulana moudoodi declared this book as the first major scholarly work on the life of Prophet. Aldua wal Istajaba (1892 Urdu by sir syed Ahmed, this risala deals with the nida, dua, its acceptance, and relationship with Taqdeer or Fate. This and other similar articles were written by sir syed after an extensive reseraach and collection of Quran ayat and Ahadith and offered a unique and fresh thinking and approach.
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Home books, books, books under 'Please click here' category. Showing 1 - 20 ( out of 28 ). Show: 20 50, all, abtale Ghulami (1893 Urdu (Slavery is against nature) by sir syed Ahmed, industry this deals with the question essay of slavery. Sir syed put forward the idea that slavery is against nature and that slavery and liberty cannot exist together. Ahkam ta am al-kitab (1868 Urdu by sir syed Ahmed, syed Ahmad was asked if it was permissible for Muslims to take or eat food with Englishmen or Non-Muslims. Syed Ahmad wrote a detailed treatise entitled, "Risala-i-ahkam-i ta am-i-ahl-i kitab (Ordinances pertaining to the question of eating with the "People of the book. He based his arguments on the verses of the quran, the Traditions, the opinion of the jurists and wrote that the muslims could eat with the British the food prepared by the latter in their utensils and the animal or the bird slaughtered by them.
In January 1977 the liberty viceroy laid the foundation stone of the college. In spite of conservation opposition to syeds projects, the college made rapid progress. In 1886 syed organised the All-India muhammadan Educational Conference, which met annually at different places to promote education and to provide the muslims with a common platform. Until the founding of the muslim league in 1906, it was the principal national centre of Indian Islam. Syed advised the muslims against joining active politics and to concentrate instead on education. Later, when some muslims joined the Indian National Congress, he came out strongly against that organisation and its objectives, which included the establishment of parliamentary democracy in India. He argued that, in a country where communal divisions were all-important and education and political organisations were confined to a few classes, parliamentary democracy would work only inequitably. Muslims, generally, followed his advice and abstained from politics until several years later when they had established their own political organisation. This great scholar and leader died on 27th March, 1898, at Aligarh, India.
texts and issued a bilingual journal in Urdu and English. These institutions were for the use of all citizens and were jointly operated by the hindus and Muslims. In the late 1860s there occurred developments that were alert the course of his activities. In 1867 he has transferred to benares, a city on the ganges with great religious significance for Hindus. At about the same time a movement started at Benares to replace Urdu, the language cultivated. By the muslims, with Hindi. This movement and the attempts to substitute hind for Urdu publications of the Scientific Society convinced syed that the paths of the hindus and the muslims must diverge. Thus, when during a visit to England (1869-70) he prepared plans for a great educational institution, they were "a muslim Cambridge." On his return he set up a committee for the purpose and also started an influential journal, tahdhib al-Akhlaq "Social Reform for the "uplift. A muslim school was established at Aligarh in may 1875, and after his retirement in 1876, syed devoted himself to enlarging it into a college.
Syed Ahmed had a nurse versatile personality, and his position in the judicial department left him time to be active in many fields. His career as an author (in Urdu) started at the age of 23 with religious tracts. In 1847 he brought out a noteworthy book, athar Assandid monuments of the Great on the antiquities of Delhi. Even more important was his pamphlet "The causes of the Indian revolt". During the Indian Mutiny of 1857 he had taken the side of the British, but the weakness and errors of the British administration that had led to dissatisfaction and countrywide explosion. Widely read by British officials, it had considerable influence on British Policy. His interest in religion was also active and lifelong. He began a sympathetic interpretation of the bible, wrote Essay on the life of Muhammad (pbuh) (translated into English by his son and founded time to write several volumes of a modernist commentary on the quran. In these works he sought to harmonise the Islamic faith with scientific and politically progressive ideas of his time.
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Sir syed Ahmed Khan, born at Delhi, india on 17th October, 1817, muslim educator, jurist and author, founder of the Anglo-mohammedan Oriental College at Aligarh, up, india, and principal motivating force behind the revival of Indian Islam in the late 19th century. His works, in Urdu, include Essays on the life of Muhammad (pbuh) (187) and commentaries on the bible and on the quran. In 1888 he was made a knight Commander of the Star of India. Syeds family, though progressive, was highly regarded by the dying Mughal dynasty. His father, who received an allowance from the mughal administration, became something of a religious recluse; his maternal grand father had twice served as prime minister of the mughal emperor of his time and had also held write positions of trust under the east India company. Syeds brother established one of the first printing press at Delhi and started one of the earlier newspapers in Urdu, the principal language of the muslims of northern India. The death of syeds father left the family in financial difficulties, and after a limited education syed had to work for his livelihood. Starting as a clerk with the east India company in 1938, he qualified three years later as a sub-judge and served in the judicial department at various places.