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As we know that, after the war of independence the condition of the Muslims of India were very miserable as the British fell more on the Muslims than on Hindus.
- Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
- Syed Ahmad Khan | Aligarh Movement: Consequences & Objectives
- Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, for whom educational reform was a way of life
- Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
Jump to navigation. Syed Ahmed bin Muttaqi Khan commonly known as Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was an Indian Muslim pragmatist, social reformist, historian, and philosopher of the nineteenth century. He was born on October 17, , in Delhi and started his career as a civil servant. Khan laid the foundation of modern scientific education in undivided India and was one of those early pioneers who recognised the critical role of education in the empowerment of the poor and backward Muslim community.
Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
Alam, S. Educational ideas of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan. Islam and the Modern Age, Vol. Bhatnagar, S. History of the M.
However, witnessing the near annihilation of the Muslim elites prompted Sir Syed Ahmad Khan to take up the case of Muslims and his life-long journey as an Islamic reformer and educationist is a testament to his dedication. He initially thought to leave the country but decided against it later. Born on 17 October to a wealthy family that was close to the Mughal court, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan wore many hats: Civil servant, journalist, historian. However, he is, first and foremost, known for his pioneering role in transforming the educational opportunities for Muslims. He recognised that education is the most important tool through which Muslims could emerge from a position of disadvantage and compete with Hindus, especially Bengali Hindus who were at the pinnacle of the political scene at the time. He pushed for educational and social reforms and was a champion of democratic ideals and freedom of speech. Also read: Are Muslims nationalists?
After retirement in , he became a member of the Imperial Legislative Council in He wanted to reconcile western scientific education with the teachings of the Quran which were to be interpreted in the light of contemporary rationalism and science even though he also held the Quran to be the ultimate authority. He advocated a critical approach and freedom of thought and no dependence on tradition or custom. He also preached the basic commonality of Hindu and Muslim interests. Active participation in politics at that point, he felt, would invite hostility of the Government towards the Muslim masses.
Syed Ahmad Khan | Aligarh Movement: Consequences & Objectives
The Aligarh Movement was the push to establish a modern system of education for the Muslim population of British India , during the later decades of the 19th century. He became the leading light of the wider Aligarh Movement. The educational reform established a base, and an impetus, for the wider Movement: an Indian Muslim renaissance that had a profound implications for the religion, the politics, the culture and society of the Indian sub-continent. One of indirect consequences of the awakening is the notion that without this revival of a Muslim self-consciousness and self-confidence, directly attributable to the Movement, there could or would have been no Pakistan Movement in the run up to Indian Independence. Aligarh Muslim University is the creation of the movement. The Aligarh Movement had a profound impact on the Indian society, particularly on the Muslim society compared to the other powerful but less adaptable movements of the 19th century. It influenced a number of other contemporary movements to a great extent that it caused the emergence of other socio-religious movements during the 19th century.
Vision of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and Aligarh Movement in India a）They started by trading in precious resources like cotton, silk, indigo, salt, tea, opium, spices.
Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, for whom educational reform was a way of life
The Aligarh Movement was the push to establish a modern system of education for the Muslim population of British India , during the later decades of the 19th century. He became the leading light of the wider Aligarh Movement. The education reform established a base, and an impetus, for the wider Movement: an Indian Muslim renaissance that had profound implications for the religion, the politics, the culture and society of the Indian sub-continent.
Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
After the Muslims in India significantly responded to the cultural thrust of the West. Sir Sayyid Ahmed Khan — first grasped the challenge of modernization that British rule had brought to India. His intellectual legacy is abiding, though his political tactics are no longer relevant. Born 17 October into a prominent family of the later Mughal nobility, Sayyid received a traditional Muslim education, which ended when he was eighteen years old. Subsequently, on his own initiative, he acquired a profound knowledge of Islam. The death of his father and elder brother required him to take a modest job as sarishtadar recorder in Delhi's criminal court.
The most important movement for the spread of modern education and social reform among Muslims was started by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan He came from a family of nobles of the Mughal court. Syed Ahmad Khan was deeply concerned at the depressing situation of the Muslims and raising them from their backwardness became his life-long passion and aim. He strove hard to remove the hostility of the British rulers towards the Muslims.
In he was made a Knight Commander of the Star of India. His father, who received an allowance from the Mughal administration, became something of a religious recluse; his maternal grandfather had twice served as prime minister of the Mughal emperor of his time and had also held positions of trust under the East India Company. Starting as a clerk with the East India Company in , he qualified three years later as a subjudge and served in the judicial department at various places. Sayyid Ahmad had a 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.
Perspective on Sir Syed and the Aligarh Movement. January In book: Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, Muslim Renaissance Man of India, a.
Perceptions of 1857 and the Theory of Participatory Rule
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Дрожащей рукой она дотянулась до панели и набрала шифр. S…U…Z…A…N И в то же мгновение дверца лифта открылась. ГЛАВА 108 Лифт Стратмора начал стремительно спускаться. В кабине Сьюзан жадно вдохнула свежий прохладный воздух и, почувствовав головокружение, прижалась к стенке лифта. Вскоре спуск закончился, переключились какие-то шестеренки, и лифт снова начал движение, на этот раз горизонтальное. Сьюзан чувствовала, как кабина набирает скорость, двигаясь в сторону главного здания АНБ. Наконец она остановилась, и дверь открылась.
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Спасибо, - сказал Беккер. - Я сегодня улетаю. Офицер был шокирован.
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