Taj Mahmood Amroti

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Maulānā Sayyid 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" & "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]

He translated the Qurʾān into Sindhi, gave lectures, wrote books of poetry, and edited the monthly journal Ikhwān-ul-Muslimīn. 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. 
  • 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.