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Gwader Was Taken From Sultanate Of Omman.

Composite Theory Was Rejected By Hussain Madni
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viii).I couldn't find anything similar to "Hunter par Hunter" in Sir Syed Ahmed's writings. It is possible that this may be some pumphlet, some small broucher type thing but keeping in view Sir Syed's style of writing and his mode of giving names to his books and essays this name doesn't suit his approach.

It is confirmed brother. You can get the details from the given link
http://www.columbia.edu/itc/mealac/p...lik_intro.html

Please confirm the following MCQs for me ....
x). How many moslim seats were secured by All India Moslim League in 1945-46 Election of Provincial assemblies?
(a) 396 (b) 425
(c) 441 (d) None of these

xv). From which country Pakistan purchased Gawader?
(a) Kuwait (b) Iran
(c) Muscat (d) None of these

xvi). Which provincial Chief Minister was dismissed on the issue of One Unit?
(a) Chief Minister NWFP (b) Chief Minister Sindh
(c) Chief Minister Punjab (d) Chief Minister Baluchistan


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Gwader Was Taken From Sultanate Of Omman.

Composite Theory Was Rejected By Hussain Madni
From where you got the information that Gwadar was purchased from Oman. Gwadar was owned by Muscat and was purchased by Pakistan in 1958 from Sultan of Muscat. Just visit this page of CAA http://www.caapakistan.com.pk/gawadar.aspx.

How could Hussain Ahmed Madni reject Composite Theory when he himself was the greatest exponent of it?
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From where you got the information that Gwadar was purchased from Oman. Gwadar was owned by Muscat and was purchased by Pakistan in 1958 from Sultan of Muscat. Just visit this page of CAA http://www.caapakistan.com.pk/gawadar.aspx.
Muscat is the capital of the Sultanate of Oman................................................... .........................
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x). How many moslim seats were secured by All India Moslim League in 1945-46 Election of Provincial assemblies?
(a) 396 (b) 425
(c) 441 (d) None of these

it was difficult Q because when votes were counted 1st time they were 425
but after recounting the number of votes increased to 441

and king was all in all in Mughal Sultanat
so ans is KING
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v). Who accepted Akbar's "Din-e-Illahi"?
(a) Todar Mal (b) Ma'an Singh
(c) Birbal (d) None of these

This has been discussed in the chapter about Akbar in Ishwari Prasad's book, and according to him, if i am not wrong, none of these three accepted Akbar's Din-e-Ilahi, so the answer is (d) none of these.


ix). Who drafted "Wardha Scheme" under the guidance of Ghandi?
(a) Abul Kalam Azad (b) Nahru
(c) Dr. Zakir hussain (d) None of these

You are right, I think the answer to this is (C)
Following is some further information about it:

The significance of the scheme according to its sponsors and authors was that it was "non-religious". Religion that caused a warring atmosphere in the country would have no place in the syllabus. So in order to made it acceptable to Muslims, Dr. Zakir Hussain, Principal of Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi, was made the president of the committee that drafted the report.

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Muscat is the capital of the Sultanate of Oman................................................... .........................
Thx for giving such a valuable knowledge to me. Anyhow answer of the question No. XV (From which country Pakistan purchased Gwader?) will remain the same as I posted in my solved effort as "Muscat". My ignorance of the fact that Muscat is the capital of Sultanat of Oman didn't affect my answer adversely, did it?

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The significance of the scheme according to its sponsors and authors was that it was "non-religious". Religion that caused a warring atmosphere in the country would have no place in the syllabus. So in order to made it acceptable to Muslims, Dr. Zakir Hussain, Principal of Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi, was made the president of the committee that drafted the report.

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For a clear view of who accepted and who rejected Akbar's Din-e-Illahi please have a look at the Chapter XVII - "Religion at the Court of Akbar" in the illustrious book of Dr. S. M. Ikram "Mulsim Rule in India and Pakistan".
There is plenty of information on persons who bowed down before Akbar's farcical Din because they were few in numbers and could be counted on finger tips. Even such close associates of Akbar as Ma'an Singh flatly refused to accept his so called religion.
Contrary to your assertion about Ishwari Parsad’s book I found these lines on page 377, Chapter XV – “Era of Reconstruction” sub-heading – "The emperor, not a missionary" in
“ A short History of Muslim Rule in India” by the said author:
“The Ain (Akbari) mentions 18 members of the Din-e-Illahi among whom the most prominent are Abul Fazal, Faizi, Sheikh Mubarik, Mirza Jani of Thatta and Aziz Koka whose faith in Islam was shaken by the greed of the harpies of the Meccan shrines. The only hindu to join was Raja Birbal whose cosmopolitan views won for him the confidence and affection of the empror.”

You can find copious amount of information about adherents of Akbar's din-e-Illahi on net also. I found this in Wiki Pedia's article on Din-e-illahi.....

"Dīn-i Ilāhī as propounded by Akbar combined mysticism, philosophy and nature worship. It also recognized no gods or prophets. This religious doctrine had few followers; the only person other than Akbar who was a Dīn-i Ilāhī believer until death was Birbal, one of Akbar's ministers. Raja Man Singh, his commander-in-chief, refused conversion, saying that he recognized only two religions, Hinduism and Islam."

Similarly read Wikipedia's article on Birbal.

Dr Zakir Hussain was (and still is) a prominent figure in the Indian educational field. His contribution in drafting Wardha Education Scheme is well known and can't be doubted in any way.
You can find many references on net about Zakir Hussian heading Wardha Committee. I found these lines in an article on http://www.zakirhusain.com

"Some of Mahatma’s admirers were shocked by Zakir Husain’s candor but Gandhi was not. He asked Zakir Husain to head a national committee constituted to prepare a scheme of Basic Education(i.e, Wardha Education Committee). The syllabus this committee recommended impressed many, including agencies of the Raj, as sound, and won Zakir Husain nation-wide recognition. In some schools in Congress-ruled provinces the syllabus was introduced; the experiment would have continued had Congress ministries not resigned in 1939. "
(http://www.zakirhusain.com/php/showN...sid=2&linkid=8)
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Thanks for clarifying this thing.
I read somewhere that none of the Akbar's close associates, including even Hindus, accepted his new religion. So, my first thought was that the answer should be None of These.

The Din-i-Ilahi's concept was not only the introduction of a new religion, it was about imparting the feeling of nationhood throughout the country. Akbar was far ahead of his time when it comes to Emperor ship, we should keep this in mind when answering such may-be-biased Questions. We should present both sides of the picture in the Critical Analysis at the end of the question.

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The Din-i-Ilahi's concept was not only the introduction of a new religion, it was about imparting the feeling of nationhood throughout the country. Akbar was far ahead of his time when it comes to Emperor ship, we should keep this in mind when answering such may-be-biased Questions. We should present both sides of the picture in the Critical Analysis at the end of the question.
For the sake of critical analysis and filling the pages of answer book in exams Akbar's Din-e-Illahi can be discussed by giving both point of views but if viewed from the sanity's point of view it was nothing more than a farce of a highest strata. Influenced by his sycophant coutesans and obsessed with the idea of his being supreme in all aspects, secular or religious; Akbar mindlessly invented this grotesque religion which had no precedent in history. Akbar was too stupid or too naive in his belief that he would be able through this Din to achieve sectarian harmony among his Hindu and Moslim masses. I used to think like you that Akbar was far ahead in the idea of Emprorship but after reading all the provisions and articles of Din-e-Ellahi I do feel that he was far behind in common sense and general wisdom. From a Hindu's point of view Akbar was great for he provided his community an opportunity to gain influence in the affairs of state and subsequently challange the supermacy of Moslim rule in India but from a Muslim's point he was nothing more than a headless demolisher of Muslim supermacy through his stupid acts.
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gwadar was given by oman u can check it from the above link
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