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Manazir Ahsan Gilani born September was an Islamic scholar from the Deobandi school of thought, which is one of the major Islamic schools in Indian subcontinent. Their Arab descendants reached manazur Indian subcontinent about three centuries ago via Iran and finally settled in a village which came to be known as Gilaan. His elementary education was at home and then he stayed in Tonk for six years studying under the revered Maulana Syed Hakeem Barakaat Ahmad.

His other teachers at Darul Uloom Deoband include: While at Darul Uloom Deoband, he was noticed by his teachers to have special qualities which whsan him from the rest of the students.

During this time, thousands of people benefited from his precious personality and matchless knowledge. In AH, he retired from Osmania University and returned to his homeland of Gilaan, where he devoted most of his time to writing. Maulan Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi says: He was the scholar of scholars, writer of writers, historian of historians, jurist of jurists, Muhaddith Hadith Scholar of Muhadditheen, Mufassir Scholar of Quraanic Interpretation of Mufassireen, and researcher of researchers.

Maulana Syed Ataullah Shah Bukhari says about this book: When Hazrat Gilaani was writing this book, I thought as if all curtains between him and Rasulullah were lifted and as if he was writing ahsna words of Rasulullah himself. Madrasa — Madrasa is the Arabic word for any type of educational institution, whether secular or religious. The word is variously transliterated madrasah, medresa, madrassa, madraza, medrese, in the West, the word usually refers to a specific type of religious school or college for the study of the Islamic religion, though this may not be the only subject studied.

However, in English, the term usually refers to the specifically Islamic institutions. Depending on the demands, some madaris also offer additional advanced courses in Arabic literature, English and other foreign languages, as well as science.

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Ottoman madaris along with religious teachings also taught styles of writing, grammary, syntax, poetry, composition, natural sciences, political sciences, people of all ages attend, and many often move on to becoming imams.

The madaris also resemble colleges, where people take gulani classes, an important function of the madaris is to admit orphans and poor children in order to provide them with education and training. Madaris may enroll female students, however, they study separately from the men, the term Islamic education means education in the light of Islam itself, which is rooted in the teachings of the Quran – holy book of Muslims.

Islamic education and Muslim education are not the same, because Islamic education has epistemological integration which is founded on Tawhid – Oneness or monotheism. The first institute of education was at the estate of Hazrat Zaid bin Ahsah near a hill called Safa, where Hazrat Muhammad was the teacher.

After Hijrah the madrasa of Suffa was established in Madina gllani the east side of the Al-Masjid an-Nabawi mosque, ubada ibn gilano was appointed there by Hazrat Muhammad as teacher and among the students. In the curriculum of the madrasa, there were teachings of The Quran, The Hadith, faraiz, tajweed, genealogy, treatises of first aid, there were also trainings of horse-riding, art of war, handwriting and calligraphy, athletics and martial arts.

Tablighi Jamaat — The organisation is estimated to have between 12 million and million adherents, and a presence in somewhere between and countries.

It has been called one of the most influential movements in 20th century Islam. Tablighi Jamaat began as an offshoot of the Deobandi movement, and a response to perceived deteriorating moral values and it expanded from a local to a national to an international movement. Tablighi Jamaat denies any affiliation in politics and fiqh, focusing instead on the Quran and Hadith, Tablighi Jamaat attracted significant public and media attention when it announced plans for the largest mosque in Europe to be built in London, United Kingdom.

The emergence of Tablighi Jamaat represented the intensification of individual aspects of the original Deobandi movement. Muhammad Ilyas, the founder of Tablighi Jamaat, wanted to create a movement that would enjoin good and forbid evil as the Quran decreed, the inspiration for this came during his second pilgrimage to Mecca in What he lacked in scholarly learning, presence, charisma or speaking ability and he initially tried to establish a network of mosque-based religious schools to educate the Mewati Muslims about Islamic beliefs and practices.

Shortly afterwards, he was disappointed with the reality that these institutions were producing religious functionaries, Ilyas abandoned his teaching post at Madrasah Mazahir Uloom in Saharanpur and became a missionary. He relocated to Nizamuddin near Delhi, where movement was formally launched in When setting the guidelines for the movement, he sought inspiration from the adopted by Muhammad at the dawn of Islam. Muhammad Ilyas put forward the slogan, Urdu. This expressed the focus of Tablighi Jamat, their aim to renew Muslims socially by uniting them in embracing the lifestyle of Muhammad.


The movement gained a following in a short period and nearly 25, people attended the annual conference in November At the time, some Muslim Indian leaders feared that Muslims were losing their religious identity to the majority Hindu culture, the movement was never given any name officially, but Ilyas used to call it Tahrik-i Imaan.

The group began to expand its activities inthe initial expansion within South Asia happened immediately after the partition of India inwhen the Pakistan Chapter was established in the hinterlands of Raiwind town near Lahore, Pakistan.

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The Pakistan Chapter remained the largest till Bangladesh became independent from Pakistan intoday, the largest Chapter is Bangladesh followed by the second largest in Pakistan. Within two decades of its establishment, the group reached Southwest and Southeast Asia, Africa, Europe, the first foreign missions were sent to the Hejaz and Britain in The name is spelt as Taj-ul-Masjid.

It is one of the largest mosques in India, the Mosque has a pink facade topped by two storey high octagonal minarets with marble domes. It has a courtyard with a tank in the centre. It has a gateway with four recessed archways and nine cusped multifold openings in the main prayer hall. The Quibla wall in the hall is carved with eleven recessed arches and has fine screens of trellis work.

The massive pillars in the hall hold 27 ceilings through squinted arches of which 16 ceilings are decorated with ornate petaled designs, aalmi Tablighi Ijtima is an annual three-day congregation that draws people from all over the world. It was held at Taj-ul-Masajid until it was shifted to Islam Nagar outside the city due to shortage of space. This national mosque of Indonesia was built to commemorate Indonesian independence and named Istiqlal, the mosque was opened to the public 22 February Within Jakarta, the mosque is positioned next to Merdeka Square, the committee for the construction of the Istiqlal Mosque, led by Cokroaminoto, was founded in He proposed the idea of a mosque to Indonesian President Sukarno.

In the committee appointed Sukarno technical chief supervisor, however, Sukarno insisted that a national mosque should be located near the most important square of the nation, near the Merdeka Palace.

This is in accordance with the Javanese tradition that the kraton and masjid agung should be located around the alun-alun, Sukarno also insisted that the national mosque should be built near Jakarta Cathedral and Immanuel Church, to symbolize religious harmony and tolerance as promoted in Pancasila.

It was later decided that the mosque was going to be built in Taman Widjaja Kusuma. To make way for the mosque, the Citadel Prins Frederick, Sukarno actively followed the planning and construction of the mosque, including acting as the chairman of the jury for the mosque design competition held in The design submitted by Frederich Silaban, a Christian architect from North Sumatra, the foundation stone was laid by Sukarno on 24 Augustthe construction took 17 years.

President Suharto inaugurated it as the mosque on 22 February As of it is the largest mosque in the region of Southeast Asia, in display of religious tolerance, during large Christian celebrations such as Christmas, Istiqlal Mosque helped provide parking space for worshipers of the nearby Jakarta Cathedral. The mosque has seven entrances, and all seven gates are named after Al-Asmaul-Husna, the number seven represents the Seven Heavens in Islamic cosmology.

The wudu fountains are on the floor, while the main prayer hall. The building consists of two connected structures, the main structure and the smaller secondary structure. The smaller one serves as main gate as well as stairs, the rectangular main prayer hall building is covered by a m diameter central spherical dome, the number 45 symbolizes the Proclamation of Indonesian Independence.

The main dome is adorned with a stainless steel ornamental pinnacle in the form of a crescent and star, the smaller secondary dome is also adorned with a stainless steel pinnacle with the name of Allah in Islamic calligraphy.

The dome is supported by round columns, and the prayer hall is surrounded by rectangular agsan carrying four levels of balconies. Twelve columns represent the birthday of the Islamic prophet Muhammad in 12th Rabi al-awwal, the main hall is reached through an entrance covered by a dome 8 meters in diameter, the number gilzni symbolizes August, the month of Indonesian Independence. It is located at giilani confluence of the Klang and Gombak River, the mosque was designed by Arthur Benison Hubback, and built in The name Jamek is Arabic in origin meaning a place where people congregate to worship and it is also referred to as Friday Mosque by the locals.

The mosque was built on the location of an old Malay burial place at the confluence of Klang and Gombak River. A couple of previously existed in the Java Street and Malay Street area serving the Malay communities.


Masjid Jamek served as Kuala Lumpurs main mosque until the national mosque, the architect was Arthur Benison Hubback who designed the mosque in bkoks Indian Muslim Mughal architectural style. The mosque has since been enlarged with extensions built, and the originally open-air forecourt roofed over, one of the domes of the mosque collapsed in due to heavy rain, but has since been repaired.

The design of the mosque has been described as a Moorish, B Hubback also designed a number of building in similar style, such as the Kuala Lumpur railway station and the Ubudiah Mosque in Kuala Kangsar.

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The mosque has 2 main minarets among other ones, the pattern of pink and white banding of the minarets, formed of brick and plaster, has been described as blood.

The mosque has 3 domes, the largest of which reached Taliban — Until his death inMullah Mohammed Omar was the supreme commander and spiritual leader of the Taliban. Mullah Akhtar Mansour was elected as his replacement inand following Mansours killing in a May U.

The Taliban emerged in as one of the prominent factions in the Afghan Civil War, under the leadership of Mohammed Omar, the movement spread throughout most of Afghanistan, sequestering power from the Mujahideen warlords, whose corruption and despotism Afghans had tired of.

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan was established in and the Afghan capital transferred to Kandahar and it held control of most of the country until being overthrown by the American-led invasion of Afghanistan in December following the September 11 attacks. At its peak, formal recognition of the Talibans government was acknowledged by only three nations, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

The group later regrouped as a movement to fight the American-backed Karzai administration. The Taliban have been condemned internationally for the enforcement of their interpretation of Islamic Sharia law. Al-Qaeda also supported the Taliban with fighters from Arab countries and Central Asia, hundreds of thousands of people were forced to flee to United Front-controlled territory, Pakistan, and Iran.

Since becoming a loanword in English, Taliban, besides a plural noun referring to the group, has also used as a singular noun referring to an individual. For example, John Walker Lindh has been referred to as an American Taliban, in the English language newspapers of Pakistan, the word Talibans is often used when referring to more than one Taliban. The spelling Taliban has come to be predominant over Taleban in English, in the meantime, the United States and Saudi Arabia joined the struggle against the Soviet Union by providing all the funds.

After the fall of the Soviet-backed regime of Mohammad Najibullah inseveral Afghan political parties agreed on a peace and power-sharing agreement, the accord created the Islamic State of Afghanistan and appointed an interim government for a transitional period.

With the exception of Gulbuddin Hekmatyars Hezb-e Islami, all of the parties, were ostensibly unified under this government in April Indian subcontinent — Geologically, the Indian subcontinent is related to the land mass that rifted from Gondwana and merged with the Eurasian plate nearly 55 million years ago. Geographically, it is the region in south-central Asia delineated by the Himalayas in the north, the Hindu Kush in the west. Politically, the Indian subcontinent usually includes Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, sometimes, the term South Asia is used interchangeably with Indian subcontinent.

There is no consensus about which countries should be included in each and it is first attested in to refer to the North and South Americas, before they were regarded as separate continents.

Its use to refer to the Indian subcontinent is seen from the twentieth century. It was especially convenient for referring to the region comprising both the British India and the states under British Paramountcy.

The term Indian subcontinent also has a geological significance and it was, like the various continents, a part of the supercontinent of Gondwana. A series of tectonic splits caused formation of basins, each drifting in various directions.

The geological region called the Greater India once included the Madagascar, Seychelles, Antartica, as a geological term, Indian subcontinent has meant that region formed from the collision of the Indian basin with Eurasia nearly 55 million years ago, towards the end of Paleocene. The Indian subcontinent has been a particularly common in the British Empire. Some academics refer to it as South Asian Subcontinent, the terms Indian subcontinent and South Asia are sometimes used interchangeably.

There is no accepted definition on which countries are a part of South Asia or Indian subcontinent. In dictionary entries, the term subcontinent signifies a large, distinguishable subdivision of a continent, the region experienced high volcanic activity and plate subdivisions, creating Madagascar, Seychelles, Antartica, Austrolasia and the Indian subcontinent basin.

The Indian subcontinent drifted northeastwards, colliding with the Eurasian plate nearly 55 million years ago and this geological region largely includes Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.