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Q:8. Aligarh Movement Injected a new life in the body of the Muslim nation and helped to regain lost glory and prestige. Discuses.


Aftermaths of the war of independence were horrible for the Muslims. After the failure of War of independence, Muslim lost their past position of glory and power and a direct rule of Britishers established over the whole of the sub-continent. British government held Muslims responsible for war and charged them with accusation of mutiny. Although, other nations were also equally responisble for uprising against british, but they were pardoned and no revengeful action were taken against them. In contrast, Muslms were subjected to ruthless punishments. This was the beginning of a constant era of darkness for the Muslim community. Their lands were confiscated, no job was due for the Muslims; Ulemas were discredited and even executed; libraries and other institutions were demolished; Mosques and other sacred places were crushed; Severe punishment (Punishments (plural)) were given to (the) Muslims. In short their social and economic conditions were highly deplorable. British, in connivance of Hindus, took every step to ruin the Muslim's nation forever. In these circumstances(,) a great Muslim leader (,) or named Sir Syed Ahmed Khan emerged who undertook the job to reform the fate of Muslims. He greatly frustrated to see the destruction of Muslim nation and decided to guide them in their darkest hours.

The movement which he started for the renaissance of Muslims is known as Aligarh movement. The main objective of this movement was the correction of Muslims' educational, social, economic, political, and religious life.

Education was the main objective of his overall struggle. Among his contemporaries he was the first who realized that the major cause of Muslims misfortune was that they were not well equipped with modern education. Muslims were reluctant to acquire western education because they thought it (was) against their religious principles. He told them that their this conservative attitude is the biggest hurdle in their social progress. Sir syed pointed out that Hindus were advance (advanced) in education that is why they were on high posts in government services. Sir syed was of the view that Muslims could not get a respectable place in society unless they brought a revolution in their attitude for modern education. He took practical steps to reform the education of Muslim community. He established a school at Muradabad which imparted education in persian and english. He built another school at Gaznipur in 1863. At Gaznipur he formed a scietific society which was to convert the work of English into persion, urdu and other region (regional) languages. But this all was just the beginning of a great struggle. When sir syed went to England, he would impress from the education system of oxford and cambrige. He made up his mind to initiate an educational institution on the same pattern of England. At his return he made a body naming, Anjuman-e-tarki-e-Musliman-hind. The main objective of this body was to carry out a research on the causes which were hampering Muslim educational progress. This body produced its report in 1873 (AD) which underscored the reasons of (the) backwardness of Muslim in education. On the basis of the remarkable work of this report a plan was chalked out to establish an institution to reform Muslims' educational situation. The crowning achievement in this regard was the foundation of Muhammadan anglo-oriental college. This college, which in coming years converted into Aligarh university, made remarkable work for Muslims' education and produced great Muslim leaders who guided them in every sphere of life. Sir syed felt that college alone will (would) not suffice the requirement of education. In view of this need, he formed an organisation: all India Muhammadan educational conference. This conference was asigned with such responsibilitis as to collect funds for college (betterment), to aware Muslims of importance of education, and to find out the workable ways for Muslims' educational development. In future, the foundation of Muslim league was also laid down by the member(s) of this conference.

By looking at the social conditions of Muslim he concluded that the Muslims should indispensably cultivate friendship with british. He was of the view that it was not sensible to hate rulers. Sir Syed told Muslims that it would be very detrimental for them if they remained persistent in their hatred towards British government. He struggled hard to mitigate the misunderstandings in the minds of Muslim for the rulers and vice versa. He was a man of great wisdom he saw with his own eyes the miseries of Muslim nation and now (then) he knew that the only way left for Muslims was not to go against their rulers. He wrote Tadhibul-ikhlaq with purpose of rectifying Muslim etiquette and morals which had tarnished. In this novel type magazine he pointed out those outdated belifs which were the great hurdle (hurdles) in Muslim social life. He made it clear that these beliefs had no connection with Islamic teachings. He wrote Ehkam-e-ta'am-e-ahle-kitab in which he told Muslims that it is not prohibited in Islam to eat with any person who is the bearer of a Holy book. He gave references of (the) Holy Quran to support his assertion. Sir syed also diluted the views of Christian, which were, that Islam did not support human development. He wrote commentary upon (the) bible which was aimed at to create goodwill among Britishers for Muslims. His social services proved highly beneficial for Muslims and many old customs were brought to an end. The main purpose of his struggle in this regard was to create good relations between Muslims and rulers, upon which depended the overall success of Muslims in social, economic, and educational spheres.

Although his advice to Muslims to keep themselves away from politics shows that his movement did not contain political elements, but a deep observation of historical facts proves that it did. The cardinal (great/main)aim of his movement was actually to improve political conditons of Muslims. Congress which was formed in 1885, advocated for the rights of its own community. Sir syed, after deep contemplation upon the policies of congress, reached to conclusion that it is (was) not in favor of Muslims to join congress. He, therefore, asked his people not to take part in congress activities. He made it clear that unless Muslims are equipped with modern education, any step towards politics would be injurious for them. Sir syed was of the view that the Muslims should get education and develop their strength before coming into the domain of politics. This idea of great wisdom helped Muslims a lot in understanding their position. He also worked hard to eliminate the stigma of disloyalty from Muslims. Sir syed told the British government that it was not Muslims alone who took part in the war but other nations were also equally responsible for sedition. To remove the misconceptions from the minds of rulers about Muslims he wrote 'Causes of Indain revolt' in which he underlined all those circumstance which led to war. His contributions in the field of politics awakened Muslims and made them to realize their postion. In the result of recommendations given by Sir syed, Muslims eschewed politics, became flexible towards rulers, and started focusing on developing their own strength educationally, economically, socially, and politically.

Before Sir Syed appeared on the Indian scene, Muslims were living in frustration and discontentment. They were lagging behind in every sphere of life. The rulers were not friendly with them and wanted to destroy them. The conditions of Muslims were pathetic. In these circumstances, Sir syed proved himself as a great dedicated and courageous man who with his wisdom figured out the solution of Muslims' problems. His struggles provided Muslims with great stregnth. They came to realize their social status and started struggling to acquire a respectable place in society. With his great services Muslim attained self-confidence. These were the services of his Aligarh movement which sought to adjust a downtrodden community with circumstances. He provided a firm foundation upon which those who came after him could build with confidence the superstructure of (the) Muslims' fate. Aligargh movement apart from imparting modern and moral knowledge to Muslims also produced great leaders who worked enthusiastically to advocate the rights of Muslims. In this way, the Aligarh movement protected Muslims from annihilation and shown them a new horizon of progessive life.


Dear members, especially sara, fassi, hashmat, shahreena, and pearlyS, please check my attempt and point out my mistakes. While writing upon this topic, I have kept in view all previous mistakes which my respectable friends pointed out last time. I tried my utmost not to commit them in this attempt. Nevertheless, I will be waiting for your positive and constructive responses.

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Shakeel Just don't give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there is love and inspiration, I don't think you can go wrong.

My previous suggestions made you incredible in your this attempt. Like Sara you are also the person who never give up. And never, under any circumstances, face the facts.


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There are some minor mistakes you have committed. I have pointed out, do not repeat them in your next answer.

Well attempted, but you have made your question bit longer one. try to make it precise and shorter one.

Your presentation gives notion that it is well prepared topic, and well answered...


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Shakeel Just don't give up trying to do what you really want to do. Where there is love and inspiration, I don't think you can go wrong.

My previous suggestions made you incredible in your this attempt. Like Sara you are also the person who never give up. And never, under any circumstances, face the facts.


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There are some minor mistakes you have committed. I have pointed out, do not repeat them in your next answer.

Well attempted, but you have made your question bit longer one. try to make it precise and shorter one.

Your presentation gives notion that it is well prepared topic, and well answered...


You have attained 16/20

Try to be precise in your next attempt.

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Thank you very much my dear, your suggestions are really proving beneficial for us. Truly speaking, last time when you gave me 1.5/20 marks, it was difficult for me to control my negative emotion such as frustration. But I tried to be realistic in approach, and admitted that it is not necessary that our efforts do always yield the same results. I keenly took notice of my mistakes in previous attempt which you and other friends had implied, and converge my all tendencies to make my this attempt worthy. I know that there are still a lot of errors, but I hope that if we continue this practice, we shall be able to make our efforts outstanding. In my next attempt, I will try hard to be precise and straightforward. Just keep up guiding us, we shall be grateful to your selfless contribution..

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[QUOTE]Q:8. Aligarh Movement Injected a new life in the body of the Muslim nation and helped to regain lost glory and prestige. Discuses.[/QUOTE

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Q:8. Aligarh Movement Injected a new life in the body of the Muslim nation and how movement helped to regain their lost glory and prestige. Discuses.

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Dear members, especially sara, fassi, hashmat, shahreena, and pearlyS, please check my attempt and point out my mistakes. While writing upon this topic, I have kept in view all previous mistakes which my respectable friends pointed out last time. I tried my utmost not to commit them in this attempt. Nevertheless, I will be waiting for your positive and constructive responses.
@Shakeel

dear your attempt isn't satisfactory. your introduction is quite good, but your facts aren't score taking you missed a lot of important thing here. which are

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after introduction you must have to take a glance on Life of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan

*Born: October 17, 1817 at Delhi
*Died in 1898.

after that you must go with these points

• SIR SYED AHMED KHAN’S services for the Renaissance of Muslim
• Educational aspect of Aligarh movement
• Scientific society
• M A O collage
• Muhammedan Educational conference
• Political philosophy of SIR SYED
• Reconciliation with British
• SIR SYED and congress
• Proponent of two nation theory
• Urdu-Hindi controversy
• SIR AYED and separate electorate
• SIR SYED’S literary work
1. TAHZEIB UL IKHLAQ ( refinement of Morals)
2. TABEEN UL KALAM
3. KHUTBA E AHMEDIYA
4. RISALA AHKUM U TAUM AHLE KITAB
5. CHAMPIAN FOR THE CAUSE OF URDU
• Impact of the ALIGARH movement
1. educational uplift
2. political awareness of Muslim \
3. conciliation between Muslim and British
4. promotion of two nation theory
5. moral reformation of the Muslim society

hope you got it


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Well attempted, but you have made your question bit longer one. try to make it precise and shorter one.
dear he missed a lot of things to aid and you are sying that his answer bit longer? first read question, discussion is required. and it is 20 marks question. he have to analyse it from all prospectives.

Brother shakeel her you deserve 10/20

keep it up. best of luck
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Q:8. Aligarh Movement Injected a new life in the body of the Muslim nation and helped to regain lost glory and prestige. Discuses.[/QUOTE

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Q:8. Aligarh Movement Injected a new life in the body of the Muslim nation and how movement helped to regain their lost glory and prestige. Discuses.


@Shakeel

dear your attempt isn't satisfactory. your introduction is quite good, but your facts aren't score taking you missed a lot of important thing here. which are

•
after introduction you must have to take a glance on Life of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan

*Born: October 17, 1817 at Delhi
*Died in 1898.

after that you must go with these points

• SIR SYED AHMED KHAN’S services for the Renaissance of Muslim
• Educational aspect of Aligarh movement
• Scientific society
• M A O collage
• Muhammedan Educational conference
• Political philosophy of SIR SYED
• Reconciliation with British
• SIR SYED and congress
• Proponent of two nation theory
• Urdu-Hindi controversy
• SIR AYED and separate electorate
• SIR SYED’S literary work
1. TAHZEIB UL IKHLAQ ( refinement of Morals)
2. TABEEN UL KALAM
3. KHUTBA E AHMEDIYA
4. RISALA AHKUM U TAUM AHLE KITAB
5. CHAMPIAN FOR THE CAUSE OF URDU
• Impact of the ALIGARH movement
1. educational uplift
2. political awareness of Muslim \
3. conciliation between Muslim and British
4. promotion of two nation theory
5. moral reformation of the Muslim society

hope you got it


@shareena


dear he missed a lot of things to aid and you are sying that his answer bit longer? first read question, discussion is required. and it is 20 marks question. he have to analyse it from all prospectives.

Brother shakeel her you deserve 10/20

keep it up. best of luck
Dear hashmat sahb, Thank you for evaluating my attempt and giving me marks. I think I have mentioned, in my attempt, all those essential facts which you pointed out that i did not. Perhaps you did not read my topic carefully. I do acknowledge that there was a lot of other things as well to mention, but don't you think that to mention every thing about Sir Syed's life or Aligarh movement would have made this topic exorbitantly complicated. I tried just to mention those things which was in accordance with the need of question. It is not always necessary that which we deem fair, is really so. Well, I have carefully examined your worthy suggestions, and will try to put them in practice, if important, in my next attempt. Keep it up..
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dear that i know here question needed all prospective of aligarh movement.

Aligarh Movement Injected a new life in the body of the Muslim nation?

here required that, prove it that this movement did this

how movement helped to regain their lost glory and prestige. discus

her i thing quite clear that we must have to analyse it from all prospectives.

i think you mind it and i just point out things which i told you, now its up to you how you are taking this.. best of luck..
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@ shakeel


dear that i know here question needed all prospective of aligarh movement.

Aligarh Movement Injected a new life in the body of the Muslim nation?

here required that, prove it that this movement did this

how movement helped to regain their lost glory and prestige. discus

her i thing quite clear that we must have to analyse it from all prospectives.

i think you mind it and i just point out things which i told you, now its up to you how you are taking this.. best of luck..
No, I did't resent your comments, rather it is beneficial for me to know the new ways of dealing with questions. What I told you was, that I just tried to attempt questions in my own style, so contradictions are certain, for everyone has his own approach to interpret the world and realities thereof. And I think, I explained according to the need of question that how this movement had been able to help Muslims to regain their past position of glory and prestige... I will be welcoming your criticism, if constructive.

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Q:8. Aligarh Movement Injected a new life in the body of the Muslim nation and helped to regain lost glory and prestige. Discuses.

Introduction:
After the failure of the war of Independence the Muslims had to face server problems i.e. social, economical and political. On the one hand, the Hindus were getting contemporary education and superior posts and on the other hand, the Muslims were being ignored by the British regime in all spheres. Besides, the Muslims did not pay attention to get Modern English education due to a foreign language and the Ulemas proclaimed that it was not necessary for them to go further with it. Therefore, It was the need of a revolutionary practical step to change the Muslims' wrong assuming. However, the Muslims lost their glory and prestige and a disease of illiteracy in the Muslims’ body had been very awful. Therefore, it was extremely necessary to inject a new life in the body of the Muslim nation in order to proceed for the glorification of Islam. Eventually, with the grace of God Alighar Movement injected a new life in the body of the Muslims nation and helped to regain of their lost glory and prestige by Sir Sayed Ahmed Khan.

Sir Sayed Ahmed Khan was a great scholar, thinker, who not only got his education in Arabic, Persian and Medicine but also he was an outstanding writer and a number of his books were published in diverse prominent circumstances. However, he had good relations with Asdullah Ghalib who insisted him by writing a letter to take considerable steps for the education of the Muslim society. Earlier, he did not have crystal clear idea for the said element. Therefore, he took snail pace after the establishment of the institution at Muradabad in 1859. Later on, he also started an institute at Ghazipur in 1863 in order to get Muslims educated for the renaissance of Islam. Moreover, he also appreciated the non-Muslim candidates in his institutions because his aim was to purify the society and get rid of British regime. Afterwards, in 1864 he established a Scientific Society at Gazaipur, in this society the prime goal was to get the Contemporary knowledge translated into Persian and Urdu languages as the people could understand them accordingly. In these circumstances, some Ulemas who were discouraging the masses for not to go further with the said education system. In this regard, Sir Sayed took an outstanding pace and wrote Anjuman-i-Taraqi-I Musalmanan-i-Hind in 1870. In this eminent work he made synopsis crystal clear that the Muslims would have to get modern education for their own interest.

Afterwards, an outstanding contribution was done by him in establishing Muhammad Anlgo Oriental College. In this project, he had to beg funds from many sources and raised committee on May 24, 1874. This baby institute got the status of a college in 1877 and also established the education system on the basis of Oxford and Cambridge University. Moreover, in the future that institute would have been a University in 1920 and Sayed's dream became really fulfilled.

However, for the glorification Islamic society, Sir Sayed Ahmed Khan had been guiding the Muslims and also urged them not to take part in political affairs until they would have been educated in order to compete the Hindus in political battlefield. Moreover, he wrote a piece of work 'Risala-i-Asbab-Baghawat-i-Hind for the political betterment in such scenario when he wanted to envisioned the need of that. Religiously, he told the Muslims to be refrain from doing immoral activities and he also pointed out some amazing things as to bear of Holy book towards the British regime in order to let them knew that the Muslims were not responsible for the War of Independence alone. As a result, Hindus tried their best but the intention of Sayed's were pure and strong who prevented the their every negative political action exclusively. Furthermore, socially Muslims were being invalid in immoral activities. Therefore, Sayed wrote a book named Tahzib ul Akhlaq and criticized the conservative way of life of the Muslims in diverse direction and advised them to adopt new trend of life and getting in touch with the contemporary affairs.

He not only protected the Muslims from such miserable domain but also saved the Urdu from the demolition during the Hindi-Urdu controversy. Moreover, after such incidents, Sir Sayed Ahmed Khan consulted Mirza Ghalib who was an eminent poet who had given crystal clear idea as to the Hindus and Muslims’ thinking and their tradition and he also had many meetings with the Shakespeare in order to tackle these problems. Therefore, after conclusion he became the pioneer of the Two Nation theory. He was the first person who practically proclaimed the Two-Nation theory exclusively, which became the basis of Pakistan.

Conclusion:
To the conclude, Aligharh Movement injected a new life in the body of Muslim nation and helped to regain lost glory and prestige. As a matter of fact he uplifted the education system of the Muslims, the Muslims became able to be aware of the rigid attitudes owing to his terrible contributions, he injected moral activities, his two-nation theory has an outstanding importance in the history of Indo-Pakistan. Sir Sayed was very soft minded and preferred to spend his simple rather than comfort. He was the person who got the title of 'Sir' by saving many British families and also was affored an expensive piece of land but he refused to get it. However, he did not want to share his capabilities and potentials before the society owing to his broad minded thinking. In his last days he wrote and explained his emotions:

Agar Zamane ki zaroorat mujko majboor na karti, To me Kabhi in Khayalaat ko Zahir na karta Balke likh kar lohe ki sandooko me band karjata, or ye likh jata ke jab tak esa zamana na ae isko koi khol kar na dekhe.






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Aftermaths of the war of independence were horrible for the Muslims. After the failure of War of independence, Muslim lost their past position of glory and power and a direct rule of Britishers established over whole of the sub-continent. British government held Muslims responsible for war and charged them with accusation of mutiny. Although, other nations were also equally responisble for uprising against british, but they were pardoned and no revengeful action were taken against them. In contrast, Muslms were subjected to ruthless punishments. This was the beginning of a constant era of darkness for the Muslim community. Their lands were confiscated, no job was due for the Muslims; Ulemas were discredited and even executed; libraries and other institutions were demolished; Mosques and other sacred places were crushed; Severe punishment were given to Muslims. In short their social and economic conditions were highly deplorable. British, in connivance of Hindus, took every step to ruin the Muslim nation forever. In these circumstances a great Muslim leader, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan emerged who undertook the job to reform the fate of Muslims. He greatly frustrated to see the destruction of Muslim nation and decided to guide them in their darkest hours.

The movement which he started for the renaissance of Muslims is known as Aligarh movement. The main objective of this movement was the correction of Muslims' educational, social, economic, political, and religious life.

Education was the main objective of his overall struggle. Among his contemporaries he was the first who realized that the major cause of Muslims misfortune was that they were not well equipped with modern education. Muslims were reluctant to acquire western education because they thought it against their religious principles. He told them that their this conservative attitude is the biggest hurdle in their social progress. Sir syed pointed out that Hindus were advance in education that is why they were on high posts in government services. Sir syed was of the view that Muslims could not get a respectable place in society unless they brought a revolution in their attitude for modern education. He took practical steps to reform the education of Muslim community. He established a school at Muradabad which imparted education in persian and english. He built another school at Gaznipur in 1863. At Gaznipur he formed a scietific society which was to convert the work of English into persion, urdu and other region languages. But this all was just the beginning of a great struggle. When sir syed went to England, he would impress from the education system of oxford and cambrige. He made up his mind to initiate an educational institution on the same pattern of England. At his return he made a body naming, Anjuman-e-tarki-e-Musliman-hind. The main objective of this body was to carry out a research on the causes which were hampering Muslim educational progress. This body produced its report in 1873 which underscored the reasons of backwardness of Muslim in education. On the basis of the remarkable work of this report a plan was chalked out to establish an institution to reform Muslims' educational situation. The crowning achievement in this regard was the foundation of Muhammadan anglo-oriental college. This college, which in coming years converted into Aligarh university, made remarkable work for Muslim education and produced great Muslim leaders who guided them in every sphere of life. Sir syed felt that college alone will not suffice the requirement of education. In view of this need, he formed an organisation: all India Muhammadan educational conference. This conference was asigned with such responsibilitis as to collect funds for college, to aware Muslims of importance of education, and to find out the workable ways for Muslims' educational development. In future, the foundation of Muslim league was also laid down by the member of this conference.

By looking at the social conditions of Muslim he concluded that Muslims should indispensably cultivate friendship with british. He was of the view that it was not sensible to hate rulers. Sir Syed told Muslims that it would be very detrimental for them if they remained persistent in their hatred towards British government. He struggled hard to mitigate the misunderstandings in the minds of Muslim for the rulers and vice versa. He was a man of great wisdom he saw with his own eyes the miseries of Muslim nation and now he knew that the only way left for Muslims was not to go against their rulers. He wrote Tadhibul-ikhlaq with purpose of rectifying Muslim etiquette and morals which had tarnished. In this novel type magazine he pointed out those outdated belifs which were the great hurdle in Muslim social life. He made it clear that these beliefs had no connection with Islamic teachings. He wrote Ehkam-e-ta'am-e-ahle-kitab in which he told Muslims that it is not prohibited in Islam to eat with any person who is the bearer of a Holy book. He gave references of Holy Quran to support his assertion. Sir syed also diluted the views of Christian, which were, that Islam did not support human development. He wrote commentary upon bible which was aimed at to create goodwill among Britishers for Muslims. His social services proved highly beneficial for Muslims and many old customs were brought to an end. The main purpose of his struggle in this regard was to create good relations between Muslims and rulers, upon which depended the overall success of Muslims in social, economic, and educational spheres.

Although his advice to Muslims to keep themselves away from politics shows that his movement did not contain political elements, but a deep observation of historical facts proves that it did. The cardinal aim of his movement was actually to improve political conditons of Muslims. Congress which was formed in 1885, advocated for the rights of its own community. Sir syed, after deep contemplation upon the policies of congress, reached to conclusion that it is not in favor of Muslims to join congress. He, therefore, asked his people not to take part in congress activities. He made it clear that unless Muslims are equipped with modern education, any step towards politics would be injurious for them. Sir syed was of the view that the Muslims should get education and develop their strength before coming into the domain of politics. This idea of great wisdom helped Muslims a lot in understanding their position. He also worked hard to eliminate the stigma of disloyalty from Muslims. Sir syed told the British government that it was not Muslims alone who took part in the war but other nations were also equally responsible for sedition. To remove the misconceptions from the minds of rulers about Muslims he wrote 'Causes of Indain revolt' in which he underlined all those circumstance which led to war. His contributions in the field of politics awakened Muslims and made them to realize their postion. In the result of recommendations given by Sir syed, Muslims eschewed politics, became flexible towards rulers, and started focusing on developing their own strength educationally, economically, socially, and politically.

Before Sir Syed appeared on the Indian scene, Muslims were living in frustration and discontentment. They were lagging behind in every sphere of life. The rulers were not friendly with them and wanted to destroy them. The conditions of Muslims were pathetic. In these circumstances, Sir syed proved himself as a great dedicated and courageous man who with his wisdom figured out the solution of Muslims' problems. His struggles provided Muslims with great stregnth. They came to realize their social status and started struggling to acquire a respectable place in society. With his great services Muslim attained self-confidence. These were the services of his Aligarh movement which sought to adjust a downtrodden community with circumstances. He provided a firm foundation upon which those who came after him could build with confidence the superstructure of Muslims' fate. Aligargh movement apart from imparting modern and moral knowledge to Muslims also produced great leaders who worked enthusiastically to advocate the rights of Muslims. In this way, the Aligarh movement protected Muslims from annihilation and shown them a new horizon of progessive life.


Dear members, especially sara, fassi, hashmat, shahreena, and pearlyS, please check my attempt and point out my mistakes. While writing upon this topic, I have kept in view all previous mistakes which my respectable friends pointed out last time. I tried my utmost not to commit them in this attempt. Nevertheless, I will be waiting for your positive and constructive responses.

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Great work Shakeel. Your flow of thoughts are outstanding. One thing is required in your presentation what I have noticed that you make your attempt really lengthy. No doubt, your English expressions are good enough and precise but you don't hit the question according to the question. I mean answer it like an essay paper i.e to the point, present it clear crystal one. In simple words, make your presentation some thing like entertaining and beautiful as much as you can. If you do according what I have suggested you. I am sure you will be rocking in your this subject. Now there are some questions left which are bookish which we have to attempt and then we will have to start general topics. So, keep in touch with also dawn and contemporary affairs. One thing more I highly appreciate you to get in touch with this vital exercise. Today I have read your and mine previous attempts, really there is a lot of differences We have undoubted been learning a lot since our first attempt and InshALLAH we will have to do further hard work for hitting our target exclusively. You are going outstanding drear....

Your this attempt is very well answered, you have mentioned each an every thing but no doubt some little things have been skipped by us. Yes I have also skipped some points what Hashmat has pointed out. Besides, your presentation, your style and your way of answering the question is outclass.


In this attempt I would give you 15/20 Marks....

I wish you all the very best for your next attempt.......


And also check my attempt............


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Q:8. Aligarh Movement Injected a new life in the body of the Muslim nation and helped to regain lost glory and prestige. Discuses.[/QUOTE

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Q:8. Aligarh Movement Injected a new life in the body of the Muslim nation and how movement helped to regain their lost glory and prestige. Discuses.


@Shakeel

dear your attempt isn't satisfactory. your introduction is quite good, but your facts aren't score taking you missed a lot of important thing here. which are

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after introduction you must have to take a glance on Life of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan

*Born: October 17, 1817 at Delhi
*Died in 1898.

after that you must go with these points

• SIR SYED AHMED KHAN’S services for the Renaissance of Muslim
• Educational aspect of Aligarh movement
• Scientific society
• M A O collage
• Muhammedan Educational conference
• Political philosophy of SIR SYED
• Reconciliation with British
• SIR SYED and congress
• Proponent of two nation theory
• Urdu-Hindi controversy
• SIR AYED and separate electorate
• SIR SYED’S literary work
1. TAHZEIB UL IKHLAQ ( refinement of Morals)
2. TABEEN UL KALAM
3. KHUTBA E AHMEDIYA
4. RISALA AHKUM U TAUM AHLE KITAB
5. CHAMPIAN FOR THE CAUSE OF URDU
• Impact of the ALIGARH movement
1. educational uplift
2. political awareness of Muslim \
3. conciliation between Muslim and British
4. promotion of two nation theory
5. moral reformation of the Muslim society

hope you got it


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dear he missed a lot of things to aid and you are sying that his answer bit longer? first read question, discussion is required. and it is 20 marks question. he have to analyse it from all prospectives.

Brother shakeel her you deserve 10/20

keep it up. best of luck

Dearest Hashamat well done.......Your suggestion like shahreena are very vital and outstanding I appreciate you..

Keep in touch with us, and keep guiding us......

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