Author: Shan Muhammad
Publisher: Institute of Objective Studies
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8185220588
Opinions are frequently expressed by historians on the role of Indian Muslims in the national movement which tend to prove that there was a general tendency among the Muslim leaders to peach the gospel of separation right from the Revolt of 1857 to the achievement of freedom in 1947. It is said that the Muslim antagonism to the Freedom Movement of India dates back to its beginning itself and that Islam can never allow a true Muslims to adopt India s his motherland.
It is also presumed that this tendency was ultimately responsible for the partition of the country in 1947 and this ideology of separatism has partition of the country in 1947 and this ideology of separatism has influenced the Muslim masses so intensely that they were not satisfied by the concessions granted to them by the majority community and these concessions only created a superficial contentment resulting into fresh demands till they were successful in achieving the goal-a separate homeland.
The Beginning of the Struggle
MUSLIMS AND THE Indian National Congress-Two Schools
Rising Tide of Nationalism
>From Estrangement to Rapprochement
Khilafat and the Non-Cooperation Movements
>From civil Disobedience movement to Lahore resolution
Muslim Political Organizations and the demand for Pakistan