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M N Ansari
M N Ansari

M N Ansari

by Mushirul Hasan

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Language

English

Publisher

Publications Division

ISBN

812300138X - Year: 1995 - Pages: 210

Binding

Paperback

Mushirul Hasan

Author: Mushirul Hasan
Publisher: Publications Division
Year: 1995
Language: English
Pages: 210
ISBN/UPC (if available): 812300138X

Description

On 14 May 1936 Asaf Ali suggested to Gandhi that an appropriate memorial be raised in memory of Mukhtar Ahmad Ansari who dedicated his life to the cause of the Indian nationalist movement. His idea was to associate Ansari’s name with rural medical aid all over India in the form of Ansari Medical Corps or Ansari Traveling Dispensary. But neither then nor later did such suggestions receive consideration. The Ansari Road in Delhi is the only reminder of Ansari’s long –standing association with the city as a physician –surgeon, political activist and educationist. Close to it, it now the dilapidated house of Ansari-Dar-us-Slam-once the venue of Congress meetings and the focal point of much political activity in the capital of British India. But not many in the neighborhood are familiar with its significance or have heard of its previous occupant

Sometimes in 1934-35, Mohammad Mujeeb, then a teacher at the Jamia Millia Islamia, undertook to write Ansari’s biography with the aid of a rich collection of papers which included letters, press clippings, pamphlets and books. But the biography was never written. The papers were promptly transferred to a basement in the Jamia Library, and were retrieved in the early 1960s. In the meantime, part of the collection, especially Ansari’s correspondence from 1912 to 1925, was destroyed. Today, little is known of Ansari in the Jamia-an institution he nursed from the time to its inception in October 1920.

Contents

INTRODUCTION

Ghazipur to Delhi
The Political Milieu
Pan-Islamism at Home and Abroad
Among the Satyagrahis
The Khilafat Experience
The Healing Touch
Leading the Congress
Leading the congress Muslims
The Final Act-Civil Disobedience and After
The Legacy

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEX

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