A COMPRATIVE STUDY OF THE IDEOLOGICAL ORIENTATIONS AND METHODOLOGY OF DAR UL ULOOM DEOBAND, NADWATUL ULAMA AND ALIGARH SCHOOL

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Dr. Shazia Ramzan,Ainee Rubab

Abstract

As the British consolidated their rule over India in the late 18th century, they triggered significant changes in the indigenous system of education. These policies were bound to create a reaction among the Muslims. Muslims were generally averse to these changes as they through that the new educational policies were in fact an attempt by the British to alienate them from Islam.  It was a general realization that the educational affairs of Muslims must be managed by the Muslims, themselves. Muslim intellectuals on their respective fronts started various reform movements. This research paper provides a comparative analysis of the underlying thought and philosophy of the reform movement initiated by Madrassa Dar-ul-uloom Deoband, Madrassa Aligarh and Nadwa-tul-Ulama, during the 19th Century British India.

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