The two nation theory played an important role for demanding a separate homeland according to which Hindus and Muslims are the two nations and therefore they cannot live together. Quaid-e-azam once said, “Hindus and Muslims though living in the same towns and villages had never been blended into one nation. They were always two separate entities.” 2. Language: Muslims were disappointed when in April 1900 UP Governor sir Antony Mac Donnell gave Hindi the status of National language with Urdu. That’s why Muslims felt the need to set a
Historical studies and the ulama (Muslim religious scholars) of the time portray Mubarak as a Sunni during the reign of Sultan Ibrahim Lodhi, became a Mahdavi during the Sur period, as a Naqshbandi during the reign of Humayun and an advocate of liberal thought under Akbar 's rule. As he was accused of being a Mahdavi, he was persecuted and driven from home to home. This left a major mark on Abū al-Fażl who became skeptical of the ulamas’ dogmatism and bigotry hence he, himself, assumed a
It is impossible to keep any relationship in India because any basis in any relationship is based on equality and justice, and they lack them in India. "But the horses didn 't want it – they swerved apart; the earth didn 't want it …they didn 't want it, they said in their hundred voices, "No, not yet," and the sky said, "No, not there." (CH.37.P.292) In the end, A Passage to India is a novel that represents the British colonialism in India. It also represents the different situation that we can see how the Indians are different from the British there. In my opinion, the relationship between the Indians and British will not vanish or destroyed if they are in a different place and in a
They refused to attend the schools and colleges that were following the British system. As such there were very few Muslims eligible for the EIC Company and for jobs in general. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan grew wary of this isolationist stance. He believed that as long as mutual distrust and anger existed between the two parties, it would be the Muslims, themselves, that would be the only party suffering. Not to mention they would be excluded from the participation in the socio-political aspect of their country.
He claimed that the book was against religion as an Islam itself. A similar of the same happened in India, the country Salman Rushdie was born in, the book’s sale and possession was banned as a small minority of Muslims claimed that it hurt their sentiments, and that the government not taking any action against it was going against it Secular policy, thus a religion influenced the operation of a government and its laws, this is precisely why a global charter should be made, in order segregate the two and prevent one disruption the efficient operation of the other. The same was also the cause of the Charlie
It may have been a bad thing for them at the time of being in a new land and fighting for land against the natives. You can almost say that it has and always will be human nature for there to be disunity and division no matter what is going on. When the Europeans moved to the new colony in American as Puritans, they were running from division and disunity that they faced in the form of religion. They felt like society in England was corrupt and straying away from Christian belief so they sought for religious freedom and the idea that they could start a colony that would be whole and unified in God. By doing this, they ran into another form of division when they came across the Native Americans who were already habitants of the land.
It is true that Gandhiji himself denounced the practice of untouchability operating in the Hindu society and launched the anti-untouchability campaign for awakening the consciousness of the Hindus to the wrongs inflicted on the Harijan community. He also aroused the Harijans to their rights But Ambedkar was not satisfied with the political approach of Gandhi. Consequently, Ambedkar emerged as a prominent leader of the Harijan community at the time of the Poona Pact in Sept. 1932. He vehemently criticised the way of handling the problems of the Harijans by Gandhi, thus expressing a lack of faith in the path of Truth and Ahimsa. In fact, Gandhi viewed untouchability as a political problem and not as a social probelm.
However their messages were misunderstood and distorted. So Muhammad, the last and the greatest prophet, was sent to the world to invite people to the idea that there is only one God and human born to worship Allah. There are two main movements of Islam that were founded because of schism after the death of Muhammad in 632. Disagreement about choice of the caliph, who was considered to be successor of the prophet, triggered conflicts between two sides: Sunni and Shia. In addition, both sides have distinctive practices, traditions, and customs.
In such cases, the very bona fide purpose of encouraging communal harmony is lost. As soon as events like 1857 are misappropriated for supposedly “nationalist” purposes, the misrepresentation of these events leads to the alienation of certain communities (in my paper, the alienated community is the Sikh Community). Moreover, nationalist and mainstream interpretation of such historical events seek to ignore the contributions of other ethnic groups, religions and races. Thus such narrow minded discourse damages the very fabric of multiculturalism and secularism. This paper seeks to dispel popular misconceptions regarding the role of the Sikh community in the role of
The leader of Muslim League did not ready compromise linguistic or any other regional identities that were seen as against of the Pakistan’s project. There were many identities who not want looked Pakistan as an independent country. They always try to destroy Pakistan. In this ways the leader did not willing to compromise with any one of those who were opposing to Pakistan future. Supremacy was given to the unifying force of Islam.