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At some extent i undetood but let me know the role of shah wali ullah in this concern. would we hve to duscuss these issues that u have mentioned under the light of shah wali ullah intellectual.kinda tough question is'nt?
Undoubtedly,it is a tough and technical question.i dont think so we have to discuss shah waliullah's role.in my opinion it is better to write about his reforms precisely.but the demand of the question is to critically evaluate the statement.

it is a very risky question,and i have taken the risk of attempting this question.


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Undoubtedly,it is a tough and technical question.i dont think so we have to discuss shah waliullah's role.in my opinion it is better to write about his reforms precisely.but the demand of the question is to critically evaluate the statement.

it is a very risky question,and i have taken the risk of attempting this question.


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Brave attempt u had indeed ! i prepared the topic of shah wali ullah but unable to attempt it in exam due to, when the examiner demaned "TO DISCUSS CRITICALLY".Anyhow i wish u all the best.

i do dope i will get better result of css 2010 but if being optimistic i would say i m burning my midnight oil for the css 2011.

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Brave attempt u had indeed ! i prepared the topic of shah wali ullah but unable to attempt it in exam due to, when the examiner demaned "TO DISCUSS CRITICALLY".Anyhow i wish u all the best.

i do dope i will get better result of css 2010 but if being optimistic i would say i m burning my midnight oil for the css 2011.

Remmember me in yr prayers and thx for yr help
Best of luck to you as well for 2010 result.i am also preparing for 2011.Hope for the best.

if you get some clue about this question.do share it with me

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@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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@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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it holds a central position in the question indeed...it had to be discussed...the statement was to be critically explored....it wasnt this that it meant k the intellectual life had nothing to do with the social one...both are inter connected...and all had to be elaborated...i wrote abt 20 pages to critically evaluate the statement and shah's role both...ALLAH would be there to reward i presume...good luck to you...infact what i wrote earlier happens to be a critical exploration ov the statement ...see the question it says ....discuss critically...now the statement was to be discussed critically..the realisation ov shah AND HIS TREMENDOUS EFFORTS TO RE.ORIENTATE the muslim mind...this is the crux ov the evaluation that was demanded dear...read my words again...i was talking all about SHAH and the realisation he made...!examiner surely knows but the question was crystal clear-have you gone through the book by I.H qureshi? it actually has a detailed note regarding this...all the paper was extracted from the book..."moslim community of indo-pakistan"!...
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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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That's why i didnt attempt this question although i had a very good know how and detail about Auliya Allah's.............
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Q2. Shah Waliullah realised "The renaissance of Islam and Muslim Society can not be affected until the intellectual life of the Muslims is re-oriented." Discuss Critically.
Well in this question examiner asked three things
1. Renaissance of islam and muslim society
2. Condition of Intellectual life of muslims
3. Shah Wali Ullah's contribution in realization of above facts....along with our critical analysis with intermixed approach of facts

I was not in much detail with the 2nd part of the question which created a lot of fuss for me i wasted 7 minutes in drawing rough work on it and then realized its better to quit this que and move one....
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That's why i didnt attempt this question although i had a very good know how and detail about Auliya Allah's.............

Well in this question examiner asked three things
1. Renaissance of islam and muslim society
2. Condition of Intellectual life of muslims
3. Shah Wali Ullah's contribution in realization of above facts....along with our critical analysis with intermixed approach of facts

I was not in much detail with the 2nd part of the question which created a lot of fuss for me i wasted 7 minutes in drawing rough work on it and then realized its better to quit this que and move one....
First of all Thanx for participating

regarding question.Everyone has interpreted it in a different way . Best of Luck.
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1. b. Sheikh Ismail
2. b. 1266
3. b. Mohammad Tughluq
4. d. None of these
5. a. Sheikh Ahmed Sirhindi
6. a. Sheikh Ahmed Sirhindi
7. a. 1873
8. c. Pandit Madan Mohan
9. a. Sir Agha Khan
10. b. Feb, 1928
11. c. Nov, 1939
12. b. Syed Jamal-ud-Din Afghani
13. b. July14, 1945
14. c. Abul Kalam Azad
15. I wrote 'a. March 1953' but cant support my answer from any source
16. b. Oct 7, 1953
17. d. None of these
18. I wrote 'a. Aug 4, 2001' but am not sure
19. b. 1952
20. a guess 'b. 2200 ft'
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it holds a central position in the question indeed...it had to be discussed...the statement was to be critically explored....it wasnt this that it meant k the intellectual life had nothing to do with the social one...both are inter connected...and all had to be elaborated...i wrote abt 20 pages to critically evaluate the statement and shah's role both...ALLAH would be there to reward i presume...good luck to you...infact what i wrote earlier happens to be a critical exploration ov the statement ...see the question it says ....discuss critically...now the statement was to be discussed critically..the realisation ov shah AND HIS TREMENDOUS EFFORTS TO RE.ORIENTATE the muslim mind...this is the crux ov the evaluation that was demanded dear...read my words again...i was talking all about SHAH and the realisation he made...!examiner surely knows but the question was crystal clear-have you gone through the book by I.H qureshi? it actually has a detailed note regarding this...all the paper was extracted from the book..."moslim community of indo-pakistan"!...
ayezza can you please specify which book are you referring to?? (with its title and author's name)
i want to read it actually.. Thanks in advance hehe
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