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Sir Syed Ahmed Khan

Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Founder of Aligarh Muslim University
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Founder of Aligarh Muslim University

Aligarh Movement

Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (1817-1898) was decidedly the most significant Muslim Social Reformer who emerged on the Indian subcontinent scene in the 19th century. His path-breaking thoughts and lifelong efforts were truly epoch-making; they brought about a renaissance of the Muslims as a distinct nation in the subcontinent and paved the way to the ultimate establishment of a well-deserved separate country for them.

Aligarh Muslim University Old Boys Association

  A group of the old boys of the Aligarh Muslim University, blessed with the Aligarh Sprit, was eager to play vital role for the uplift of Pakistan, as the students of Aligarh Muslim University had been the pioneer in Pakistan movement. The group was religiously serious to strive to make the newborn country strong and viable.