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Aligarh Movement v Aligarh movement was aimed at Not only apprising the British that Muslims are not only responsible for the War and therefore undue wrath should not be inflicted to them but also to persuade the Muslims to get modern education and exhibit moderate out look in every sphere of life.
Aligarh Movement v Causes of the Movement Ø Ø Ø British Hostility Hindu Ascendancy Muslim Antipathy
Aligarh Movement v Realization by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Sir Syed two pronged policy Ø Ø To apprise the British that the Muslims are not disloyal to them and only Muslims are not responsible for the war. To bring acute change in Muslims out look by learning English and getting modern education.
Aligarh Movement v Biography Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Ø Born 17 Oct 1817 Delhi Ø Father Mir Muttaqi Ø Mother Aziz-un-Nisaa Ø Education Quran, Arabic and Persian Literature Ø Assistant Clerk with East Indian Company 1838 Ø In 1841 he inducted as Sub Judge and served for 20 Years.
Aligarh Movement Ø Ø Ø Write a book Asar-us-Sanaded 1847. The causes of Indian Revolt Essays on Life of Muhammad Commentary on the Qur’an Establish School at Muradabad 1858 Establish School at Ghazipur 1863
Aligarh Movement Ø Ø Ø Ø Aligarh School May 1875 Aligarh College 1877 Aligarh University 1920 All India Muhammdan Educational Conference 1886. Appointed a member of Imperial Council in 1887. Awarded LLD (Latin Legum Doctor (Doctor of Laws) award by the University of Edinburg. Died on 27 Mar 1898.
Aligarh Movement v Political Aspect Ø Ø Ø The causes of the Indian Revolt Loyal Muhammadans of India Opposition to the Muslim participation in the politics. Muhammadan Educational Conference Two Nation Theory
Aligarh Movement v Educational Aspects Ø Ø Ø Establishment of Schools Scientific Society Establishment of M. A. O School Establishment of M. A. O College Publication of Tahzeeb-ul-Akhlaq * MAO (Muhammedan Anglo-Oriental)
Aligarh Movement v Writings by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Ø Ø Asar-us-Sanadid Risal-I-Asbab-e-Baghawat-e-Hind Indian Musalmans Essay of the life of Muhammad (PBUH)
Aligarh Movement v Social Aspects Ø Ø Ø Non observative out look Preaching the Western Civilization Superstition outlook Ahkam-e-Taam-e-Ahle-Kitab Muslim Orphan Houses