Taj Mahmood Amroti

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Taj Mahmūd Amrōtī (Sindhi: مولانا سيد تاج محمود امروٽي‎, Urdu: مولانا سید تاج محمود امروٹی‎) (born in Deewani village, Khairpur, Sindh, 1857; died 1929) was a scholar, fighter against British control of India, and educationalist. He led the movement of "Reshmi Roomal" and "Hijrat Movement" to Afghanistan. Maolana Sayyid Taj Mahmood Amroti helped Khilafat Movement of Turkish Khilafat / Khalifah by sending financial help and troops of his followers, force named as Junood-e-Rabbani i.e. the Forces of Allah..[1][2]

Amroti translated the Qurʾān into Sindhi, gave lectures, wrote books of poetry, and edited the monthly journal Ikhwān-ul-Muslimīn.[citation needed] A proponent of the non-cooperation movement in India, he was a leader of the Khilafat Movement and a founding member of Jamʿiyyat-i ʿUlamā-i Hind. [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mughul, Muhammad Yakub (1988). Studies on Sind. Pakistan Study Centre. p. 118. OCLC 18541195.
  2. ^ Cannā, Maḥbūbu ʻAlī (1971). Various trends in Sindhi literature. Idara-i-Saleh Series. p. 26. OCLC 1031077.
  3. ^ Ujan, Badruddin (2007). "Moulana Taj Mahmood Amroti (1857-1929)". The Reporter. Missing or empty |url= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help)

Bibliography[edit]

  • Qureshi, M. Naeem. Pan-Islam in British Indian Politics: A Study of the Khilafat Movement, 1918–1924,. Brill Academic Publishers. p. 224. ISBN 978-90-04-11371-8.