Nawab Mohsin Ul-Mulk and Muslim awakening in the Indian sub-continent (1837-1907)
The present work is an attempt to explore the role Mohsin ul-Mulk played in the awakening of the Muslims of India during the latter half of the nineteenth century and early twentieth century in the context of the Aligarh Movement. Though by profession a civil servant, Mohsin ul-Mulk, in association with Sir Syed,took deep interest in revitalizing the Muslims after the events of 1857. Like Sir Syed, he was convinced that the salvation of the Muslims lay only in the acquisition of modern...[Show more]
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