What were the impacts of Aligarh movement for reforming Muslim’s society in the subcontinent? Justify your answer with five valid points.
The Aligarh movement was the push to establish a modern system of education for the Muslims of subcontinent.
The Aligarh movement helped poets and writers to leave the romantic styles of prose and poetry, suggested the adoption of a moral, cultural, historical and political attitude which affects the lives of Muslims of subcontinent.
This movement helped them to get jobs and other facilities.
It create a mutual understanding between the British government and the Muslims.
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan’s Aligarh movement played a significant role to bring about intellectual revolution among the Indian Muslims.
How did Simla deputation 1906 play a significant role to change the political scene of India in favour of Muslims? Justify your answer with five relevant point.
Muslims should have their own representatives.
Muslims in all council should have a higher percentage of seats than the percentage of the Indian population.
The granting of the right of the separate electorates for the Muslims gave them their
rights to express their demands.
The simla deputation was also factor that made Muslims feel a need for their own political party. It can rightly be called “the first real political step towards a separate homeland”.
It encourages the Muslims to launch struggle for their rights parallel to the Indian national congress.