3 edition of Mashriqi, the disowned genius found in the catalog.
Mashriqi, the disowned genius
Syed Shabbir Hussain
Includes bibliographical references (p. -289) and index.
|Statement||Syed Shabbir Hussain.|
|LC Classifications||DS480.45 .H795 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 293 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||293|
|LC Control Number||91930900|
Inayatullah Mashriqi or Inayatullah Khan al-Mashriqi also sometimes called Allama Mashriqi () was an Indian and later Pakistani mathematician, evil genius and political leader. He was the founder of the fascist Khaksar Movement. Inayatullah Khan Mashriqi, also known as Allama Mashriqi, (25 August – 27 August ) was a Pakistani mathematician, logician, political theorist, Islamic scholar and the founder of the Khaksar movement.. Mashriqi was a noted mathematical intellectual who became a college Principal at the age of 25, and then became an Under Secretary, at the age of 29, in the Education Department of.
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al-Mashriqi, the disowned genius: the story of a world revolutionary who was bogged down in his own country, at once inspiring and painful. S Shabbir Hussain in his book Al-Mashriqi: The Disowned Genius aptly sums up the man, “Mashriqi is Mashriqi portrayed as a controversial figure, a religious activist, a revolutionary, and an anarchist; while at the same time he is described as a visionary, a reformer, a leader, and a scientist-philosopher who was born ahead of his time.”.
S Shabbir Hussain in his book Al-Mashriqi: The Disowned Genius aptly sums up the man, “Mashriqi is often portrayed as a controversial figure, a religious activist, a revolutionary, and an anarchist; while at the same time he is described as a visionary, a reformer, a leader, and a Mashriqi who was born ahead of his time.”.
Excerpts from the launching ceremony of Syed Shabbir Hussain's book on Allama Mashriqi entitled "Al-Mashriqi: The Disowned Genius." People from various backgrounds attended the ceremony. Abdul. Hussain wrote in his book Al-Mashriqi: The Disowned Genius that Mashriqi “insisted that the current ideas of point, circle and straight line must be got rid of; something more natural should be found out to be able to break new ground in the field of knowledge.”.
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S S Hussain. Inayatullah Khan (–), popularly known as Allama Mashriqi, was born in Amritsar (British India) in Mashriqi came from a prominent family in India; his ancestors held important positions during the Mughal Empire, and the villages of Hameedpur  and Bayazeedpur (in Gurdaspur, India)  were named after qi’s father, Khan Ata Mohammad Khan, an intellectual and.
Hussain wrote in his book Al-Mashriqi: The Disowned Genius that Mashriqi “insisted that the current ideas of point, circle and straight line must be got rid of; something more natural should be found out to be able to break new ground in the field of knowledge.”.
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Gen., 1 book M. Asad Durrani, 1 book Yasir Shah, 1 book Kaus̲ar Niyāz. Tazkirah, a Nobel Prize-nominated book, examines the Qur’ān from a scientific was written by Inayatullah Khan (famously known as Allama Mashriqi, –), an Islamic scholar and mathematician who would later emerge as a prominent leader in the freedom movement of British India.
In this book, scholar and historian Nasim Yousaf, Mashriqi’s grandson, provides a day-by-day account of the court proceedings. The proceedings include information from leading politicians of the time, who were either interrogated or had their statements recorded in connection with the trial.
Mashriqi, a genius, broke records at the. According to veteran journalist Syed Shabbir Hussain’s book - The Disowned Genius - Quaid-e-Azam told Mashriqi: “I wish Sikandar could be my man.
If it had been so I would have ordered him.” Fatima Jinnah, also present at the meeting, supported Mr Jinnah and agreed that “Sikandar is not our man.”. The Disowned Genius, pagePublisher: Retrieved 20 January Article in Harvard Asia Quarterly: Views Read Edit View history.
This book is a sequel to “Pakistan’s Freedom and Allama Mashriqi: Around[a] Allama Mashriqi, a charismatic Muslim intellectual whom some considered to be of anarchist persuasion,  revisited the principles for self. The book profiles the stories of Allama Mashriqi’s sons and daughters, who fought for the freedom of the Indian sub-continent (now Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh).
Like Mashriqi, these individuals made great sacrifices for the nation in order to end the British Raj.
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Al-Mashriqi: The Disowned Genius This book is about Allama Mashriqi, founder of the Khaksar Tehrik (Tehrik means Movement) in Indo-Pakistan. Allama Mashriqi and his Khaksar Movement played a vital role in the creation of Pakistan. A Person who belongs to the village of Okara District told about the Allama Mashriqi Predictions regarding Partition of This person listen that Historical speech of Allama Mashriqi.
About Allama Mashriqi: Mashriqi was a world-famous mathematician, Islamic scholar, and revolutionary.
Mashriqi fought bravely to liberate the Indian sub-continent from British rule. As a student, Mashriqi was a genius who broke academic records at both the University of Punjab and the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom). Thus, he launched immediate efforts – including meeting with Quaid-e-Azam and other prominent leaders – in an attempt to get the ban removed.
According to Syed Shabbir Hussain’s (a veteran journalist) book, Al-Mashriqi: The Disowned Genius, Quaid-e-Azam told Mashriqi “I wish Sikandar could be my man.In The Disowned Self, Nathaniel Branden (author of ‘The Psychology of Self-Esteem’ and ‘Breaking Free’) addresses himself to one of the most important problems of our age: the problem of self-alienation – a condition in which the individual is out of contact with his own needs, feelings, emotions, frustrations and longings, so that he is largely oblivious to his actual self, and his /5(15).
Nearly three years later, following Mashriqi’s release from prison and the removal of restrictions on his movements in DecemberMashriqi again aggressively moved to end imperial rule.
Government agencies were carefully watching Mashriqi and were quite nervous about the Khaksar threat, which was apparent from the warnings they issued to.