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The origin of the Zakir Husain Delhi College can be traced to the closing years of the 17th Century, with the founding of a Madrasa by Ghaziuddin Khan, one of the Emperor Aurangzeb’s leading Deccan commanders and the father of the first Nizam of Hyderabad. The complex containing his tomb, a mosque and a Madrasa, can be visited today outside…
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|B.A - Arabic||2 Years||LOGIN TO VIEW|| View Eligibility |
|B.A - Bengali||3 Years||LOGIN TO VIEW|| View Eligibility |
|B.A - Economics||3 Years||LOGIN TO VIEW|| View Eligibility |
|B.A - English||3 Years||LOGIN TO VIEW|| View Eligibility |
|B.A - Hindi||3 Years||LOGIN TO VIEW|| View Eligibility |
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Ali Sardar Jafri was born into an aristocratic family in Balrampur, Uttar Pradesh, where he spent his formative years. His early influences were Josh Malihabadi, Jigar Moradabadi and Firaq Gorakhpuri. In 1933, he was admitted to Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) where he soon got exposed to Communist ideology and in 1936 he was expelled from the University for 'political reasons'. However, he graduated in 1938 from Zakir Husain College (Delhi College), Delhi University, but his subsequent postgraduate studies at Lucknow University ended prematurely following his arrest during 1940–41 for writing anti-War poems, and for taking part in political activities organised by the Indian National Congress as Secretary of the university's Students' Union.
Muhammad Qasim Nanotvi was an Islamic Scholar and the main person responsible for establishing Deoband Movement.[original research]. Nanotvi was born in a Siddiqui family in 1833 in Nanota, a village near Saharanpur, India. He completed his early education in his hometown and then he was sent to Deoband, where he studied in Maulvi Mahtab Ali's madrassa. Then, he travelled to Saharanpur, where he remained with his maternal grandfather. In Saharanpur, he studied elementary kitabs of Arabic grammar and syntax under Maulvi Nawaz. At the end of 1843, Mamluk-Ul-Ali escorted him to Delhi. There, he studied Kafia and various kitabs. Later he was admitted to Madrassa Gaziuddin Khan.