Ali Garh Movement

– “Sir Syed was born on 17 October, 1817.”
– “Sir Syed worked as Mutwali.”
– “Sir Syed was elevated to the position of chief Judge in 1846.”
– “Sir Syed wrote his famous book Asar-ul-Sanadid in 1847.”
– “Sir Syed was transferred to Bijnor in 1854.”
– “In Bijnor, Sir Syed compiled History of Muslim rule in India.”
– “Sir Syed wrote History of Bijnor in 1855.”
– “Sir Syed was appointed a member of the Imperial Council in 1877.”
– “Sir Syed received the title of Knighthood in 1888.”
– “In Tabeen al Kalam, Sir Syed mentioned similarities between Islam and Christianity.”
– “Loyal Mohammadans of India was written by Syed Suleman Nadvi.”
– “Sir Syed set up a school at Muradabad in 1859.”
– “In 1863, Sir Syed established a school in Ghazipur.”
– “Sir Syed set up a Scientific Society at Ghazipur in 1864.”
– “Scientific Society translated modern work from English to Urdu.”
– “Aligarh Institute Gazette was published in English and Urdu.”
– “Sir Syed Ahmad Khan went to England in 1869.”
– “During his stay in England, Sir Syed closely watched the educational system.”
– “M.A.O. High school was established at Aligarh in 1875.”
– “M.A.O. school was upgraded to the status of a college in 1877.”
– “M.A.O. college was inaugurated by Lord Lytton.”
– “Sir Syed Ahmad Khan said that Congress was mainly a Hindu body which can never be sincere to the Muslims.”
– “Risala-i-Asbab-i-Baghawat-i-Hind was written by Sir Syed in 1859.”
– “British India Association at Aligarh was formed by Sir Syed in 1866.”
– “The book ‘Life of Muhammad’ was written by Sir William Muir.”
– “An ‘Essays on the life of Muhammad’ was written by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.”
– “The magazine Tehzib-ul-Akhlaq was published by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.”
– “In Tehzib-ul-Akhlaq, Sir Syed outlined the ethical aspects of Muslims’ life.”
– “Two Nation Theory was introduced in the subcontinent by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.”
– “Sir Syed died on 27th March, 1898.”

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