Category: History Of Pakistan And India

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Montague Chelmsford Reforms 1919

British Government in 1919 introduced a new package of reforms in Subcontinent to appease the smoldering passions of Indian people who were annoyed over the British Government un-political policies in the Subcontinent. Background British Government appointed a committee under Justice R. A. Rowlatt to suggest way and means to crush all political conspiracies in Subcontinent […]

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Lucknow Pact 1916

Quaid-e-Azam after joining the Muslim League devised a plan to bring the two major political platforms of Subcontinent, Congress and Muslim League, closer so that they could work more efficiently for the freedom of India. For this purpose he increased back door interaction between the leaders of both political parties and finally succeeded in concluding […]

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Minto-Morley Reforms

At the eve of Golden Jubilee celebration of King Edward in 1908, the British Government announced that it desired to see democracy progressing in India by offering more rights to Indian people. Reforms introduced by the British Government under this vision in 1909 are called Minto-Morley Reforms. Lucknow Pact 1916 Minto-Morley Reforms To suggest Constitutional […]

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Simla Deputation

In 1905, Liberal Party of England won general elections under the leadership of Llyod George. The Party announced that it would soon introduce constitutional reforms in India and would give adequate safeguards to Indian people. To avail this opportunity, Muslim leaders decided to meet Viceroy of India to apprise him of Muslims demands. For this […]

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Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Services

In 19th century the Muslim community of Subcontinent produced a number of important reformers, scholars and leaders who with their sincere services tried to help Muslims regain their lost dignity and important status in the society. One such important scholar was Sir Syed Ahmed Khan who delivered his services in the field of education for […]

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Aligarh Movement And Its Role And Impacts

Due to their intense hatred for invaded Britishers, the Muslims of Sub-continent adopted a policy to keep themselves at a distance from English and thus avoided any kind of interaction with them. Due to this reason Muslims not only became the victim of their atrocities but also they lagged behind in society especially in the […]

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Syed Ahmed Shaheed Barelvi Services

When British control over India posed great threat to Muslims existence and their identity in the Subcontinent, Syed Ahmed Shaheed Barelvi came forward with a vigorous strategy to rekindled the spirit of Jihad in Muslims and reunite them against their new shrewd enemy, the Britain’s. Who Was Syed Ahmed Shaheed Barelvi? Syed Ahmed Shaheed was […]

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Shah Waliullah Services

The decline of Mughal rule in Subcontinent began in 1th century after the death of Emperor Aurangzeb. The successors of Aurangzeb were the most incompetent rulers who had an obvious inclined towards luxurious life and had no interest in statecraft.  With the weakening of state roots infidel forces once again stimulated and Muslim society in […]

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Services Of Mujaddid Alf Sani

Akbar’s Din-i-illahi and his non-Islamic activities and ideas had greatly affected the religious beliefs of common Muslims. It was a time when due to Akbar’s illogical liberal policies Hinduism was ready to consume Islam and assimilated it and its teachings as its part, Allah saved Muslims and their faith through the revival services of Mujaddid […]