Role Of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan In Pakistan | Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and His Contributions | CSS/PCS/PMS

Role Of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan In Pakistan | Sir  Syed Ahmad Khan and His Contributions | CSS/PCS/PMS

Role Of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan In Pakistan | Sir  Syed Ahmad Khan and His Contributions | CSS/PCS/PMS  Role Of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan: Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, the great emancipator of Indian Muslims, was born in 1817 in Delhi. During this period there was a great Mughal Empire for total collapse. Sir Syed The family had already joined the East India Society and her maternal grandfather had served in Iran and Burma under the British government. Sir Syed's mother inquired about English family. SM Ikram writes: “Because of this insight into state affairs and first contacts Western learning and civilization belonged to his maternal grandfather ... ”(S. M. Ikram, Modern Muslim India, p. 18). Sir Syed was very healthy at birth, and his grandfather remarked, “A Jat was born in our family. "(Uo., P. 19) Sir Syed's death forced him to join the British. because of the death of his brother, he was serious and energetic to face the neuroses of life bravely. Another event that completely changed her was a Independence in 1857. He passed the exam in 1841 and became a writer. On the eve of During the freedom struggle he was a judge in Bijnore. founded in educational institutions, and after visiting Aligarh, he renewed his aspirations for depressed Muslims in the subcontinent. He devoted his entire life to this end that a Muslims close to the British. He died on 27 March 1898 and was buried in Aligarh.

Role Of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan:

Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, the great emancipator of Indian Muslims, was born in 1817 in Delhi. During this period there was a great Mughal Empire for total collapse. Sir Syed The family had already joined the East India Society and her maternal grandfather had served in Iran and Burma under the British government. Sir Syed's mother inquired about English family. SM Ikram writes: “Because of this insight into state affairs and first contacts Western learning and civilization belonged to his maternal grandfather ... ”(S. M. Ikram, Modern Muslim India, p. 18). Sir Syed was very healthy at birth, and his grandfather remarked, “A Jat was born in our family. "(Uo., P. 19) Sir Syed's death forced him to join the British. because of the death of his brother, he was serious and energetic to face the neuroses of life bravely. Another event that completely changed her was a Independence in 1857. He passed the exam in 1841 and became a writer. On the eve of During the freedom struggle he was a judge in Bijnore. founded in educational institutions, and after visiting Aligarh, he renewed his aspirations for depressed Muslims in the subcontinent. He devoted his entire life to this end that a Muslims close to the British. He died on 27 March 1898 and was buried in Aligarh.

His services:

He took responsibility for the Indian Muslims when they were thrown back, depression and humiliation. British detained war criminals while Hindus won the British being an anti-Muslim force. In such an environment, Sir Syed has guided his community to re-enter life.Dr. Qalb-i-Abid, “Sir Syed Ahmad Khan are include in few famous leaders produced by Muslim India in that time, which likes Mohammad Ali Jinnah, has greatly contributed to the guidance destinies of Indian Muslims. "(Dr. Q. Abid, Muslim Struggle for Independence, p. 11.)

Sir Syed and Politics:

In the political arena, Sir Syed has carved numerous successes; he eradicated misunderstandings between Muslims and British infused because of the particular incidents of the past. awakening among Muslims about political ascents and downs and coexistence in the presence of others the nations of India was another contribution of Sir Syed. He encouraged Muslims to embrace modern-day Western education because it was the cause of the spread of the West in the world. He envisioned the bright future of Muslims if they engaged in the West learning. Sir Syed gained British confidence and cordial relationship by saving his life during the War of Independence. He used this relationship for the betterment of Muslims. It was a subtle thing situation because the government had put war crimes on the shoulders of Muslims and he assaulted every aspect of his life: “These events were a trauma for Muslims; ... the methods used by them shocked the civilized world. Detesting Delhi as the center of Muslim culture it was horrible; Bahadur Shah Zafar ... was exiled to Rangoon; The lieutenant shot three Mughals principles and later 24 princes were tried and executed; a vast ocean of blood there; some The Muslims were shot and their bodies thrown into the Jamna River ... "(Ibid., P. 14). All Muslims were expelled from the land, property and jobs that made them third class citizens of India. This created revengeful feelings among Muslims who hated the British, their culture and civilization. Sir Syed says that British were a civilized, educated, wise man and disciplined the nation and occupied India with the new strategy of war and ammunition that could not be assorted by the locals and especially Muslims. Therefore, at the intersection of Muslims it should be modeled according to the pace of time to avoid further disasters. Sir Syed published the loyal Mohammedans of India and Risala Asbab-i-Baghawat-i-Hind that helped both nations to remedy their grievances. In 1885 the Indian National Congress was founded, but Sir Syed warned Muslims of the sinister aspirations of Hindus. Another the factor was that it intended the Muslims to refrain from the policy with which friction could result the leading nation.


Urdu-Hindi controversy:

Urdu grew as the common language of all Indians, regardless of origin or religion, but in 1867 Benarsi Hindus have started the campaign to replace Urdu with Hindi. To achieve the goals, they said numerous organizations, which discouraged Sir Syed who told Shakespeare that ever since both nations could not live together. Later, Sir Syed's followers tried their best save the blue language. Mohsin ul Mulk was the exceptional person who organized the Muslims Urdu defense.

Muslims - as a nation:

Sir Syed used the word "nation" for Muslims. Some writers criticize him for saying he is Hindu and Muslims one nation. But in fact, he pleaded for the Hindu-Muslim unity that he meant The "working relationship" between the two nations,

United Patriotic Association:

In 1888, he founded the Patriotic Association to deal with Congress propaganda. Muslims and Hindus joined the Association. This supported the emotions of Muslims.

The Mohammedan Defense Association:

In December 1893, Sir Syed founded the Association. Its main purpose was protection the political, religious and social rights of Muslims. Sir Syed was great because he contributed so much to the Muslim struggle for identity. Otto von Bismarck served the German nation with the help of all government sources, but Sir Syed did so the same, without all this. For Khalid Bin Sayeed, "Sir Sayyed has been brought many tributes, especially modern educated Muslims because they are bold enough to expose such views in a year an age that was by no means liberal or tolerant. "(Dr Khalid Bin Sayeed, Pakistan, Formative Phase, page 17.)

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