Who was the Founder Father of Aligarh movement?

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Ronan Jone asked 01-Mar-2018 in General Knowledge by Ronan Jone

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akriti kashyap answered 05-Mar-2018 by akriti kashyap

Aligarh Movement!

Who was the Founder Father of Aligarh movement?

The Aligarh Movement was the push to set up a cutting-edge system of training for the Muslim populace of British India, amid the later many years of the nineteenth century. The movement's name gets from the way that it is a center and inceptions lay in the city of Aligarh in Northern India and, specifically, with the establishment of the Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental Collegiate School in the year of 1875. The original founder and the other educational institutions that created from it was Sir Syed Ahmad Khan. He turned into the main light of the more extensive Aligarh Movement.

The educational change set up a base, and a driving force, for the more extensive Movement: an Indian Muslim renaissance that had significant ramifications for the religion, the governmental issues, the way of life and society of the Indian sub-mainland.

One of the backhanded outcomes of the enlivening is the thought that without this restoration of a Muslim reluctance and self-confidence, straightforwardly inferable from the movement, there could or would have been no Pakistan Movement in the run-up to the Independence of India.

Well till now you were reading all about the Movement, but let us just hear about its father as well...

Syed Ahmad bin Syed Muhammad Muttaqi:

Who was the Founder Father of Aligarh movement?

He was conceived on 17th of October 1817 and lived up till 27th of March 1898, usually known as Sir Syed, was an Indian Muslim practical person, Islamic reformist, and savant of 19th century British India. Naturally introduced to a family and shared a strong relationship with Mughal court, Syed studied the Quran and sciences inside the court. He was granted privileged LLD from the University of Edinburgh.


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UTKARSHASINGHROUL commented 30-Jan-2019 by UTKARSHASINGHROUL
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Shreyas Tandon answered 05-Mar-2018 by Shreyas Tandon

The Aligarh Movement was a movement used to establish a modern system of education for the country’s Muslim population of British India. This movement's name was derived from the very fact that its core and origins lay in the city of Aligarh in Northern India. The founder of the original college, and the other educational institutions that were developed from it, was none other than Sir Syed Ahmad Khan. Aligarh Muslim University is the creation of the movement. In 1886 Sir Syed Ahmad Khan founded the All India Muhammadan Educational Conference in order to promote more broadly the educational objectives of Aligarh Movement. He became the leading light of the Aligarh Movement.

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One of indirect consequences of the awakening is the notion that without this revival of a Muslim self-consciousness and self-confidence, directly attributable to the Movement, there could or would have been no Pakistan Movement in the run up to Indian Independence.
The Aligarh Movement had a profound impact on the Indian society, particularly on the Muslim society compared to the other powerful but less adaptable movements of the 19th century. The educational reform established a base, and an impetus, for the wider Movement: an Indian Muslim renaissance that had profound implications for the religion, the politics, the culture and society of the Indian sub-continent. It influenced a number of other contemporary movements to a great extent that it caused the emergence of other socio-religious movements during the 19th century. The impact of Aligarh Movement was not only confined to the Northern India. It expanded to the other regions of the Indian sub-continent during the 20th century.

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The Aligarh Movement was made a weighty and lasting contribution to the political emancipation of Indian Muslims. It introduced a new trend in Urdu literature. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and his association left the old style of writing in the Urdu language, which was rhetorical and academic, and started a simple style which helped Muslims to understand the main purpose of the movement.
 Sir Syed Ahmed was the central figure behind this awakening...