Hindu Muslim Problem

Hindu Muslim Problem

Author: Bakar Ali Mirza

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951001850505P

Category: Hindus

Page: 99

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Categories: Hindus

The Hindu Muslim Problem

The Hindu Muslim Problem

THE HINDU MUSLIM PROBLEM In March 1940 , at the annual seesion of the All
India Muslim League held at Lahore , a resolution which asserts that Hindus and
Muslims constitute two separate nations was adopted . From this assertion the ...

Author: B. N. Pande

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015041341044

Category: Communalism

Page: 78

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With reference to the Indian scene.
Categories: Communalism

Our Hindu Muslim Problem

Our Hindu Muslim Problem

The problem of problems is the Hindu - Muslim question . Let us know what it is .
The Muslim League is the acknowledged mouthpiece of the Muslims of India .
Though the Indian National Congress claims , and very rightly so , to represent all
 ...

Author: Rustom Bhicaji Andhyarujina

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015029884791

Category: India

Page: 49

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Categories: India

Gandhi and Hindu Muslim Unity

Gandhi and Hindu Muslim Unity

He became a pioneer to seek Hindu Muslim unity by raising the slogan of
secularism in all his political programmes under the banner of the Indian National
Congress . Thus he planned to mobilize a huge population of all communities for
the ...

Author: Shiri Ram Bakshi

Publisher: New Delhi : Deep & Deep Publications

ISBN: UOM:39015028571696

Category: Communalism

Page: 190

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Categories: Communalism

Hindu Muslim Relations in Contemporary India

Hindu Muslim Relations in Contemporary India

Karandikar , M . A . , " " The Hindu - Muslim Problem Historical • Background ' ,
Quest ( 67 ) October - December , 1970 . Kulkarni , V . B . , ' Threat to National
Integration ' , Sunday Standard , Feb . , 4 , 1913 . Mathur , Girish , ' Majority -
Minority ...

Author: R. R. P. Singh

Publisher: South Asia Books

ISBN: UOM:39015066412878

Category: Hindouisme - Relations - Islam

Page: 232

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Categories: Hindouisme - Relations - Islam

Congress and Indian Nationalism

Congress and Indian Nationalism

Some contemporary commentators believed that the Hindu-Muslim alliance was
artificially cemented on the ... bring about communal rapprochement were
noteworthy, Gandhi conceded in early 1930 that the Hindu-Muslim problem was
to be ...

Author: Richard Sisson

Publisher: University of California Press

ISBN: 9780520301634

Category: Political Science

Page: 432

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Seventeen distinguished historians and political scientists discuss the phenomenon of Indian Nationalism, one hundred years after the founding of the Congress party. They offer important new interpretations of Nationalism's evolution during more than six decades of crucial change and rapid growth. As India's foremost political institution, the National Congress with its changing fortunes mirrored Indian aspirations, ideals, dreams, and failures during the country's struggle for nationhood. Many difficulties face by the pre-independence Indian National Congress are critically examined for the first time in this volume. Major times of crisis and transition are considered, as well as the tension between mass action and political control and the problem of creating and maintaining unity in the face of divisive social and economic interests and between deeply hostile religious communities. A composite portrait of the Congress Party emerges. We see a coalition of often conflicting communities and interests much like India itself, struggling to stay together, tenuously united by little more at times than a common "enemy," the imperial British Raj. But linked together in precarious, seemingly haphazard fashion, shifting networks of elite political entrepreneurs manage to keep India's National Congress alive long enough to convince the British that it would be easier to "Quit India" than to try to hang on to it by force. With the abrupt transfer of power form the British to the independent Dominions of India and Pakistan in 1947, Congress provided institutional sinews for the administration of what had been British India and over five hundred Princely States. By contributing to a deeper understanding of India's nationalist experience, this volume may illuminate the experience of other Third World states. Essays by:S. BhattacharyaJudith M. BrownMushirul HansanZoya HasanD.A. LowClaude MarkovitsJohn R. McLaneW.H. Morris-JonesGyanendra PandeyBimal PrasadRajat Kanta RayBarbara N. RamusackPeter D. ReevesHitesranjan SanyalRichard SissonStanley WolpertEleanor Zelliot This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1988.
Categories: Political Science

Hindu Muslim Relations in Bengal 1905 1947

Hindu Muslim Relations in Bengal  1905 1947

Holderness , T. W. , Peoples and Problems of India ( London : 1912 ) . Hollister ,
John Norman , The Shia of India 1953 . Heimsath , Charles , H. , Indian
Nationalism and Hindu Social Reforms ( Bombay : 1964 ) . Husain , Azim , Fazl - i
- Husain ...

Author: Hossainur Rahman

Publisher: Bombay : Nachiketa Publications

ISBN: UOM:39015011495150

Category: Bengal

Page: 238

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Categories: Bengal

Hindu Muslim Relations in a New Perspective

Hindu Muslim Relations in a New Perspective

It seems that both were necessary simultaneously - Muslim mass contact as well
as negotiations with the Muslim leaders to come to an agreed solution of Hindu -
Muslim problem . Unprecedented Advance of the Muslim League It is worthwhile
 ...

Author: Panchanan Saha

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015070118537

Category: Hinduism

Page: 392

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In Indian context.
Categories: Hinduism

India s Muslim Problem

India s Muslim Problem

Despite all his wealth , education and position , he could not escape the Hindu
attack . His only fault was that he was a Muslim . What to say about such
simpletons who have not yet understood the " Hindu mind " despite living in this
land for ...

Author: V. T. Rajshekar Shetty

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015053147313

Category: Brahmans

Page: 143

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Categories: Brahmans

The Selence of Hindu Muslim Politics

The Selence of Hindu Muslim Politics

25 22.279416 3592 PREFACE “ The Science of Hindu - Muslim Politics " is a
scientific study of the ' Hindu - Muslim ' problem and its most appropriate
solutions in all its aspects . The Right Hon'ble Dr. Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru has
recently ...

Author: Ratish Mohan Agarwala

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015027013823

Category: Hindus

Page: 88

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Categories: Hindus

An analysis of Hindu Muslim conflict in India

An analysis of Hindu Muslim conflict in India

The real significance of the terms “ Pseudo - Secularism ” and “ Minoritysm ” had
sunk deep into the awakened Hindu consciousness ... From 1907 onwards we
became aware of the HinduMuslim problem as regards the nationalist movement
.

Author: Sita Ram Sharma

Publisher:

ISBN: 8170249368

Category: Communalism

Page: 249

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Categories: Communalism

The Hindu Muslim Riots

The Hindu Muslim Riots

Let us now see what are the ' Cures ' of ' Hindu Muslim Riots ' . Looking back to
the ' Causes ' of ' Hindu Muslim Riots ' we find that the most important source of
these Riots is what may be referred to as the Communal Problem of the Hindus ...

Author: Ratish Mohan Agarwala

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015066413793

Category: India

Page: 232

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Categories: India

Socialist India

Socialist India

FOCUS KOKILA VYAS The Hindu - Muslim problem has been the bane of Indian
politics since practically the very beginning of the national movement in the last
quarter of the nineteenth century . It has obstinately defied all attempts of solution
 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$C182786

Category: Socialism

Page:

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Categories: Socialism

Hindu Muslim Community in Bangladesh

Hindu Muslim Community in Bangladesh

That is , in Christianity and Islam the problems of social inequalities , poverty and
other miseries are attributed to the original sin of disobedience of man to God . In
Hinduism , the doctrines of Karma and Dharma explain social inequalities with ...

Author: A. F. Imam Ali

Publisher: South Asia Books

ISBN: NWU:35556022653836

Category: Social Science

Page: 291

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Study on social stratification among the two communities from Charia Village, Bangladesh.
Categories: Social Science

Pratiyogita Darpan

Pratiyogita Darpan

the session of the Muslim League and expressed his feeling in favour of the
separation of Muslims from the Hindus. ... Thus, to look upon the communal
problem in India merely as the Hindu-Muslim question or of religious antagonism
between ...

Author:

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ISBN:

Category:

Page: 176

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Pratiyogita Darpan (monthly magazine) is India's largest read General Knowledge and Current Affairs Magazine. Pratiyogita Darpan (English monthly magazine) is known for quality content on General Knowledge and Current Affairs. Topics ranging from national and international news/ issues, personality development, interviews of examination toppers, articles/ write-up on topics like career, economy, history, public administration, geography, polity, social, environment, scientific, legal etc, solved papers of various examinations, Essay and debate contest, Quiz and knowledge testing features are covered every month in this magazine.
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Hindu Muslim Question and Our Freedom Struggle 1857 1935

Hindu Muslim Question and Our Freedom Struggle  1857 1935

... recent decisions they suddenly thrown it overboard and substituted the
fantastic theory that the solution of the Hindu - Muslim problem can only follow
the withdrawl of British power from India . On this issue the Muslim League
maintained the ...

Author: Kunwar Muhammad Ashraf

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015061278068

Category: Hindus

Page: 618

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Categories: Hindus

India s Refugee Problem

India s Refugee Problem

THE HINDU - MUSLIM PROBLEM : THE REAL CAUSE The Hindu - Muslim
problem in its present form is comparatively of a recent origin . Ofcourse , there
have been the Hindus and the Muslims living in India for so many years . But they
lived ...

Author: S. M. Gokhale

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3793041

Category: Refugees

Page: 128

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Categories: Refugees

Hindu Muslim Relations in All India Politics 1913 1925

Hindu Muslim Relations in All India Politics  1913 1925

Hindu Mahasabha, Its Contributions to Indian Politics. Delhi, 1966. . Life of
Sarvarkar. Prasad, Beni. The Hindu-Muslim Questions. Allahabad, 1941. Prasad,
Ishwari, and Subedar, S.K. Hindu-Muslim Problems. Chugh Publications,
Allahabad ...

Author: T. L. Sharma

Publisher: Delhi : B.R. Publishing Corporation

ISBN: UOM:39015014751690

Category: Hindus

Page: 208

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Categories: Hindus

Pakistan Affairs

Pakistan Affairs

To his mind , the Hindu - Muslim problem was an international rather than a
national problem . He visualized a concordat like that of Canada , based on a
marriage of convenience between the two nations , “ A marriage which should be
 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000123296166

Category: Pakistan

Page:

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Decolonizing the Hindu Mind

Decolonizing the Hindu Mind

the Indians , both Hindu and Muslim : “ Babar came to India as an aggressor and
defeated the joint force of Hindus and ... what would happen to Hindu - Muslim
relations if India reconquers Pakistan , and whether the Hindu - Muslim problem ...

Author: Koenraad Elst

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015051608944

Category: Hinduism and politics

Page: 657

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Categories: Hinduism and politics