مسلمانانِ برصغیر پاک و ہند کی تحریک آزادی کے تناظر میں شیخ الہند مولانا محمود حسن کی خدمات کا تحقیقی جائزہ

A Study of the Impacts of Shaykh-ul-Hind’s Political & Practical Endeavors in the British Colonial Raj

Authors

  • Dr Habib Urrahman Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies, Department of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi

Keywords:

تحریک ریشمی رومال, حریت، شیخ الہند مولانا محمود حسن, سیاسی بصیرت

Abstract

The history of the Muslim nation bears witnesses to the fact that Muslims in every region throughout ages have continued their efforts to uplift Islam in one way or another, using various strategies. This passion is the ultimate reason for the survival of Muslims. This article examines the resistance of men of letter for the integrity of Muslims in the British colonial era after the War of Independence of 1857. Shaykh-ul-Hind Mahmood Hassan, is one such scholar who remained associated with madrassa education system. He devised a comprehensive program to liberate Muslims from the tyranny of Aghyar (colonials), which reflects his deep wisdom and far sightedness. Through his valor and native spirit he maintained the essence of Hurriyat (resilient) in the people of the subcontinent, subsequent decades witnessed the results of his efforts.

This research endeavors to discuss the context and consequences of Mahmood Hassan's political struggle that yielded into a movement known as Rashmi Roomal (Silk Handkerchief). This study utilizes Logical and Deductive methods for analysis and interpretation. This article highlights the fact that with varying requirements in changing times and maintaining the resistance, suit the integrity of a Muslim individual so that the pursuit of truth stays in practice.

Published

2023-12-30

How to Cite

Dr Habib Urrahman. (2023). مسلمانانِ برصغیر پاک و ہند کی تحریک آزادی کے تناظر میں شیخ الہند مولانا محمود حسن کی خدمات کا تحقیقی جائزہ: A Study of the Impacts of Shaykh-ul-Hind’s Political & Practical Endeavors in the British Colonial Raj. Nuqtah Journal of Theological Studies, 3(2), 96–105. Retrieved from http://nuqtahjts.com/index.php/njts/article/view/138