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Originally Posted by ayezzaS View Post
@silent volcano..thine attempt for sure is a courageous one but dear...the answer called for an entirely different perspective-it says that the social life ov moslims would only be affected if they groom up intelectualy...so,shah wali uLLAH actually strived to alter the good old beliefs ov muslims...his was a PURITANIAN movement...he wished for an altogether new orientation in the mindsets ov muslims...he wanted them to stand up and begin a study a, thorough study ov thier religion...he perceived that religion is not the monoply or personal property ov anyone...he had a throbbing vision ...he wanted to influence the muslim lives by altering their intellectuality...!hope am clear...
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but dear the question demanded the critical evaluation of question from our side.whatever you discussed is another perspective not critical one.

the examiner knows better ..hope for the best.

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