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IAFS 1000 19 th Century India: Debating Muslim Education. Outline. • 1857 Uprising • Indian Muslim debates re. education Aligarh Deoband. Muslim Debates over Education. • two schools: Aligarh and Deoband • significance: diversity of Indian Muslims.

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outline
Outline

• 1857 Uprising

• Indian Muslim debates re. education

  • Aligarh
  • Deoband
muslim debates over education
Muslim Debates over Education

• two schools: Aligarh and Deoband

• significance: diversity of Indian Muslims

1857 mutiny war of independence uprising
1857 “Mutiny”/War of Independence/Uprising

• Significance: Br distrust of Muslims

• Landlords, peasants, disinherited princes

• Threat to Indian Army

• 1858: British Crown takeover

aligarh muhammadan anglo oriental college est 1875
Aligarh: MuhammadanAnglo-Oriental College (est 1875)
  • Founded by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
  • Modeled on British schools
  • Both Muslim and Hindu students
  • Training for Muslim leaders
  • Combined Islamic and Western education
syed ahmed khan
Syed Ahmed Khan
  • Islam need not be hostile to Christianity
  • Hindus and Muslims not inherently incompatible: “India is like a bride which has got two beautiful and lustrous eyes—Hindus and Mussalmans”
  • Harmony depended on British rule: “for the peace of India . . . the English Government should remain for many years—in fact for ever!”
deoband est 1867
Deoband (est. 1867)

• Purifying Islam

• Traditional Muslim education (based in Wahhabi traditions)

• Middle- and lower-class Muslims

• No British support

• Largely apolitical

• Seen as a guardian of Islam

themes
Themes

• 1857 uprising led to British distrust of Muslims

• Indian Muslims never a monolithic group (e.g. Aligarh vs. Deoband)