Sir Syed Ahmad
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, a prominent figure in the history of India, was a visionary leader who played a vital role in advocating for the rights and progress of Muslims during the British colonial era. His contributions and beliefs have left an indelible mark on the country's socio-political landscape. However, in today's context, it is crucial to reflect upon Sir Syed's cautionary tale and evaluate the relevance of his teachings in the face of the dominant Congress Party. This article explores why Muslims should reject the Congress Party, analyzing Sir Syed's concerns, the party's influence on Muslim politics, and its neglect of Muslim issues.
30 July 2023
Social and Political Services of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan Sir Syed Ahmad Khan’s contributions to the Muslim community…
8 February 2023
Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (RA) wrote a book titled “Asbab-e- Baghawat-e-Hind”, especially meant for reading by the members of the British Parliament. In this book he tried to prove that the uprising of 1857 was, by no means, a war of independence, this has been just an upheaval spurred by a few trouble mongers. He said that certain unwise policies of the British Government also paved way for the unrest that resulted in this unfortunate incident. The Muslims, generally, liked to label the 1857 events as “War of Independence”, but Sir Sayyid (RA) always called it a mutiny.
11 August 2022
Sir Syed's contributions to aiding Muslims following the 1857 War of Independence is remarkable. This calamitous conflict represented a pivotal moment in India's history, epitomising the locals' intense resistance against foreign subjugation to reclaim sovereignty. What were the major endeavors of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in renovating the Muslims community after the War of Independence (1857)?
25 September 2023