Raman dog from Amirul Mamenin Harun

Raman dog from Amirul Mamenin Harun

Raman dog from Amirul Mamenin Harun

After reading the letter, he got angry and replied. I have read Taimera's letter to Giphoras, the North will not listen, it will see. "17 Aaron then leads FOR the voyage to the Byzantine fortress of Heraclius. Breaking and invading the Muslim kingdom again, Aaron re-launches a campaign to punish Isiphoras, defeats him and forces him to pay taxes. In order to punish him, Harun attacked with an army of 135,000 men. The caliph defeated the forces of Nicephorus and captured Heraclius. Taxes on every member of the family. Salim invaded the kingdom. But in the east. As Kharasan was busy suppressing the rebellion, Caliph Harun delayed punishing him again. It was during this expedition that Caliph Harun fell ill and died in 609 AD. As a result, the Byzantines were no longer able to macabele. Historian Amir Ali said, "For the better it would have been for the peace of the world and for the civilization, had a term been then put on the Byzantine rule, and Constantinople was taken by the Saracen." How much better it would have been for the world to have peace and civilization if the Saracens had conquered Constantinople. Historian PK Hitty said, "The ninth century opened with two imperial names standing supreme in the world affairs; Charlemagne in the West and Harun al-Rashid in the East. Of the two, Harun was undoubtedly the most powerful and represented the higher culture." That is, "the two world-famous emperors appeared on the horizon of history in the early ninth century. He had a better culture. " 

Abdullah Nomination of Heir

In 691 AD, at the instigation of Empress Zubaida and her brother Isa, Harun conferred the title of 'Al-Amin' on his five-year-old Muhammad and made him the next heir. The eldest son then gave him the title of 'Al-Mamun' and the third son Qasim was given the title of 'Mutasin'.


Relations with ChinaKhalifa Harun was the first Muslim ruler to receive the ambassador at the behest of Emperor Fagfur of China. He welcomed and declared the friendship of Muslims with China. Diplomatic relations are established, but with so many independent states in India, it is not known exactly which ruler he established relations with. .


The character of Khalifa Harun-ar-Rashid Khalifa Harun-ar-Rashid

Raman dog from Amirul Mamenin Harun

Khalifa Harun-ar-Rashid was a man of extraordinary talent, extraordinary skill and incomparable character, said the historian William Muir. He is liked by Abu Jafar but without his parsimony. " 

Religious FearHe used to offer one hundred rak'ats of nafl prayers every night in addition to the five daily prayers. Aaron performed Hajj nine times. 


Justice and generosity: Aaron was famous for his justice and generosity. He used to donate one thousand dirhams daily and help the people during Hajj every time. His wife, Zubaida, spent 30 million dinars in 602 AD to alleviate the shortage of drinking water in Makkah, one 25 miles away. He arranged for the supply of water from the spring to Makkah, known as Nahar-i-Zubaida. 


Hardness and tenderness

Caliph Harun was strict in maintaining the unity and solidarity of the kingdom. Unjust. He was as kind to the poor and miserable as he was to the rebels.

Doubtful: Aaron was a skeptical ruler. The imprisonment of the Shiite imam Musa al-Qazim on suspicion and his cruelty to the faithful Burmese family have tarnished his noble character. Syed Amir Ali said, "The main fault of Harun-ur-Rashid's character was his sudden skepticism or impatience.


19 studies were arranged here in 181 AD


As a result, in 1854, Hindu College was transformed into Presidency College and students from all communities. Gran gets the chance. He drew the attention of the Governor to improve the education of the Muslims. At this point the British government passed a resolution. It deals with the ancient and provincial education of Muslims in all institutions, or the appointment of Muslim teachers for teaching English in schools. Gene Fund money spent on development of Muslim students: Hooghly College and School were established with the money of Muhsin Fund. But since Muslim students could not be admitted here, he drew the attention of the government to spend the money of Muhsin Fund for the development of Muslim students. . Calling for an end to jihad against the British government: He realized that there would be no sudden end to the British occupation of this country. So he called on Muslims to stop jihad against the British. A. For this purpose he introduced Maulana Keramat Ali Jainpuri (r.h.) in 160 AD on the initiative of Calcutta Literary Society. Invited to address the inaugural meeting. The British rule 'Darul Harb' - he was able to refute such an idea of ​​the Muslims through various arguments. . Establishment of the Mahmedan Literary Society: Nawab Abdul Latif established the "Mahmedan Literary Society" or "Muslim Literary Society" in Calcutta on April 2, 183. The aim of this association was to make arrangements for the betterment of the education of Muslims and to make them aware of their changing condition. 


Society's program

1. To remove the prejudice of Muslims towards English education and to arouse their interest in Western science. 

2. To draw the attention of the government to all the needs and necessities of Muslim education. Dispelling the suspicions and mistrust of the rulers. 


 Objectives of the association

 Nawab Abdul Latif writes about the objectives of the association- In April 183, I founded the Mahemdan Literary Society. The association has paved the way for the education and advancement of Muslims by holding lectures and discussion meetings and is acting as an advisory body to the government in the interest of Muslims. Since its inception, the Mehmedan Literary Society has accomplished a number of specific tasks. One of these is the Halea Samiti, a new impetus for Muslims in all parts of India.

Was able to. 2 Introduced new ideas in the thoughts and ideas of Muslims. The government draws attention to the grievances and demands of Muslims regarding education, law, etc.

Tried to benefit the Muslims.


This is an attempt to develop the existing relations between the different communities of India by establishing inter-relationships and exchanging views

Has done. The government-Muslims invited the officials of the British Indian administration as guests in these various discussion meetings.


Contribution of Mehmedan Literary Society

Mehmedan Literary Society made significant contribution in the development of the degenerate Muslim society of Tallinn. The association has organized reception meetings for the young and old at different times and I have been able to know the demands of the Muslims from them. In this way, the association has tried to develop the Muslim society with the identity of Raj Bhakti. Appreciating the work of the association, Sir Asley Eden, a newly-appointed student of the 18th century, said in his welcome address: I have noticed its activity since its inception in 183 AD and I am well aware that it has often helped the government in introducing Muslim education. There is a lot to be done in this regard and the secretary of your association (Nawab Abdul Latif) knows that I have a deep interest in this matter. ” In 18 AD, the government awarded the Society the Gold Medal of Encyclopedia Britannica for its contribution to the field of education. Marriage Registry Act passed: Nawab Abdul Latif created the post of marriage registrar by passing the Marriage and Divorce Registry Act and provided employment to a large number of Muslims. The importance of this law in establishing the safety and dignity of women in the society still exists today. In conclusion, the contribution of Nawab Abdul Latif in spreading modern education among the Muslims of Bengal Infinite. Sir Surendranath Bandyopadhyay rightly said of him, 'Nawab Abdul Latif was the guide, the inspiring friend of the Muslims.'


 Sayed Amir Ali (1849-1928 AD)

Sayyid Amir Ali was one of the most important thinkers who contributed to the renaissance of Muslim society in Bengal in the last half of 19th century. He was a thinker, politician and social reformer. 


Early life: Born into an aristocratic Shia family in the district, his father, Sadat Ali, was employed by the Nawab of Ayadhya. He received his MA in Economics and History from Calcutta University in 18 AD and later his BL degree, after which he moved to Britain for higher studies. He gained a reputation in a short time as a renowned lawyer.


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