Islam and Nationalism: An Analysis of the Views of Azad, Iqbal and Mawdudi
Chap. 1; AbulKalam Azad: Ancestral legacy: evolution, development and transformation of his ideas on education -- Chap. 2; Nationalism and Indian Nationalism, muslim responses: Azad's philosophy of Nationalism: Early phase and later phase -- Chap. 3;Azad's justification of Nationalism and his contemporaries: Iqbal and Mawdudi -- Chap 4; Azad a Staunch Indian Nationalist -- Chap. 5; Conclusion: Few questions arise.
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Abduhu Abul Kalam Azad Ahmad Ahmad Sirhindi Al-Hilal Aligarh Ansari Arabic asabiyah believed British common culture communities in India concept of Nationalism critical cultural nationality Delhi earlier phase edited educational ideas evolved Gandhi Hence Hindu and Muslim Hindu community Hindu-Muslim unity human identity independence Indian National Congress Indian Nationalist Indian sub-continent Iqbal and Mawdudi Islamic culture Islamic ideology justice Khan Khilafat Khilafat Movement Khurshid Ahmad Khutbat-e-Azad Lahore later phase lbid leaders leadership London lslam and Nationalism lslamic Malik Ram Maulana Abul Kalam Maulana Azad Mawdoodi Mawdudi Mawdudi asserted modern Moin Shakir Movement Mushirul Hasan Muslim community Muslim Nationalist Nadvah Nationalism and lndia objective of education op.cit Our'an Pakistan Papacy partition philosophy Political Thought problem Prophet p.b.u.h. Qureshi Rashid Rida Rasul religion religious Sayyid secularism and Nationalism Shah Wali Allah Shaikh social Speeches of Maulana spirit stood Ulema Ummah United Nationhood Urdu Western writings Zeenath Kausar