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Sayyid Mumtaz Ali

This article is about the social reformer. For other people, see Mumtaz Ali (disambiguation).

Sayyid Mumtaz Ali Deobandi (27 September 1860 – 15 June 1935) was an Indian Sunni Muslim scholar and an advocate of women rights in the late nineteenth century. He was an alumnus of Darul Uloom Deoband. His book Huquq-e-Niswan and the journal Tehzeeb-e-Niswan that he started with his wife Muhammadi Begum are said to be pioneering works on women rights.

Mawlāna
Sayyid Mumtaz Ali Deobandi
TitleShams al-Ulama
Personal
Born27 September 1860
Died15 June 1935(1935-06-15) (aged 74)
Lahore, British India
ReligionIslam
SpouseMuhammadi Begum
ChildrenImtiaz Ali Taj (son)
DenominationSunni Islam
MovementDeobandi
Notable work(s)Tehzeeb-e-Niswan, Huquq-e-Niswan, Tafṣīl al-bayān fī maqāṣid al-Qurʼān
Alma materDarul Uloom Deoband
TeachersMuhammad Yaqub Nanautawi and Muhammad Qasim Nanautawi
RelativesNaeem Tahir (grandson), Faran Tahir (great-grandson)
Founder ofRifah-e-Aam Press

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Sayyid Mumtaz Ali was born on 27 September 1860 in Deoband. He was a fellow and contemporary of Mahmud Hasan Deobandi and studied at Darul Uloom Deoband with Muhammad Yaqub Nanautawi and Muhammad Qasim Nanautawi.

After graduating from the Deoband seminary, Mumtaz Ali moved to Lahore and established a publishing house "Darul Isha'at". On 1 July 1898, he released a journal Tehzeeb-e-Niswan under the editorship of his wife Muhammadi Begum. This journal later discontinued in 1949. In 1898, he started a publishing house called "Rifah-e-Aam Press" in Lahore which is said to the first press in Lahore whose owner was a Muslim. In 1905, he started a journal, called, Mushīr-e-Mādar (Advisor to the mother), and then the children's journal Phūl (Flower) in 1909, and laid the foundation of children's literature in Urdu.

Mumtaz Ali was honoured with title of "Shams-ul-Ulama" by the Government of British India in 1934.

Mumtaz Ali died on 15 June 1935 in Lahore.

  • Huquq-e-Niswan
  • Taz̲kiratulanbiyā
  • Tafṣīl al-bayān fī maqāṣid al-Qurʼān (6 volumes)
  • Naqsh bo uṭhe

American historian, Gail Minault argues in her article "Sayyid Mumtaz Ali and 'Huquq un-Niswan': An Advocate of Women's Rights in Islam in the Late Nineteenth Century" that, Mumtaz Ali's "Huquq-e-Niswan was undoubtedly too far in advance of its times. Given the current debate about the importance of Muslim personal reform, however, it is well to remember this early champion of women rights in the shar'iat." Commending Mumtaz Ali's work, Tafṣīl al-bayān fī maqāṣid al-Qurʼān, former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Amin al-Husseini, comments that "such book does not exist even in the Arab world".This 6 volume work of Mumtaz Ali on the Quran also received praise from scholarly figures including Anwar Shah Kashmiri, Abul Kalam Azad and Syed Sulaiman Nadwi.

  1. Moaddel, Mansoor (1998). "Religion and Women: Islamic Modernism versus Fundamentalism". Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 37 (1): 116. doi:10.2307/1388032. JSTOR 1388032.
  2. Asir Adrawi. Tazkirah Mashāhīr-e-Hind: Karwān-e-Rafta (in Urdu) (2 April 2016 ed.). Deoband: Darul Moallifeen. p. 246.
  3. Sarkar, Sumit; Sarkar, Tanika (2008). Women and Social Reform in Modern India: A Reader. ISBN 9780253352699. Retrieved20 August 2020.
  4. Nayab Hasan Qasmi. "Mawlana Sayyid Mumtaz Ali Deobandi". Darul Uloom Deoband Ka Sahafati ManzarNama. Idara Tehqeeq-e-Islami, Deoband. pp. 147–151.
  5. Tahir Kamran (8 July 2018). "Re-imagining of Muslim Women - II". thenews.com.pk. The News International. Retrieved20 August 2020.
  6. Minault, Gail (1990). "Sayyid Mumtaz Ali and 'Huquq un-Niswan': An Advocate of Women's Rights in Islam in the Late Nineteenth Century". Modern Asian Studies. 24 (1): 147–172. doi:10.1017/S0026749X00001190. JSTOR 312505.

Sayyid Mumtaz Ali
Sayyid Mumtaz Ali Language Watch Edit This article is about the social reformer For other people see Mumtaz Ali disambiguation Sayyid Mumtaz Ali Deobandi 27 September 1860 15 June 1935 was an Indian Sunni Muslim scholar and an advocate of women rights in the late nineteenth century He was an alumnus of Darul Uloom Deoband His book Huquq e Niswan and the journal Tehzeeb e Niswan that he started with his wife Muhammadi Begum are said to be pioneering works on women rights 1 Mawlana Sayyid Mumtaz Ali DeobandiTitleShams al UlamaPersonalBorn27 September 1860 Deoband British IndiaDied15 June 1935 1935 06 15 aged 74 Lahore British IndiaReligionIslamSpouseMuhammadi BegumChildrenImtiaz Ali Taj son DenominationSunni IslamMovementDeobandiNotable work s Tehzeeb e Niswan Huquq e Niswan Tafṣil al bayan fi maqaṣid al QurʼanAlma materDarul Uloom DeobandTeachersMuhammad Yaqub Nanautawi and Muhammad Qasim NanautawiRelativesNaeem Tahir grandson Faran Tahir great grandson Founder ofRifah e Aam Press Contents 1 Biography 2 Literary works 3 Legacy 4 References 5 External linksBiography EditSayyid Mumtaz Ali was born on 27 September 1860 in Deoband 2 He was a fellow and contemporary of Mahmud Hasan Deobandi and studied at Darul Uloom Deoband with Muhammad Yaqub Nanautawi and Muhammad Qasim Nanautawi 3 After graduating from the Deoband seminary Mumtaz Ali moved to Lahore and established a publishing house Darul Isha at On 1 July 1898 he released a journal Tehzeeb e Niswan under the editorship of his wife Muhammadi Begum 4 This journal later discontinued in 1949 5 In 1898 he started a publishing house called Rifah e Aam Press in Lahore which is said to the first press in Lahore whose owner was a Muslim 5 In 1905 he started a journal called Mushir e Madar Advisor to the mother and then the children s journal Phul Flower in 1909 2 and laid the foundation of children s literature in Urdu 4 Mumtaz Ali was honoured with title of Shams ul Ulama by the Government of British India in 1934 5 Mumtaz Ali died on 15 June 1935 in Lahore 2 Literary works EditHuquq e Niswan Taz kiratulanbiya Tafṣil al bayan fi maqaṣid al Qurʼan 6 volumes Naqsh bo uṭheLegacy EditAmerican historian Gail Minault argues in her article Sayyid Mumtaz Ali and Huquq un Niswan An Advocate of Women s Rights in Islam in the Late Nineteenth Century that Mumtaz Ali s Huquq e Niswan was undoubtedly too far in advance of its times Given the current debate about the importance of Muslim personal reform however it is well to remember this early champion of women rights in the shar iat 6 Commending Mumtaz Ali s work Tafṣil al bayan fi maqaṣid al Qurʼan former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Amin al Husseini comments that such book does not exist even in the Arab world 4 This 6 volume work of Mumtaz Ali on the Quran also received praise from scholarly figures including Anwar Shah Kashmiri Abul Kalam Azad and Syed Sulaiman Nadwi 4 References Edit Moaddel Mansoor 1998 Religion and Women Islamic Modernism versus Fundamentalism Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 37 1 116 doi 10 2307 1388032 JSTOR 1388032 a b c Asir Adrawi Tazkirah Mashahir e Hind Karwan e Rafta in Urdu 2 April 2016 ed Deoband Darul Moallifeen p 246 Sarkar Sumit Sarkar Tanika 2008 Women and Social Reform in Modern India A Reader ISBN 9780253352699 Retrieved 20 August 2020 a b c d Nayab Hasan Qasmi Mawlana Sayyid Mumtaz Ali Deobandi Darul Uloom Deoband Ka Sahafati ManzarNama Idara Tehqeeq e Islami Deoband pp 147 151 a b c Tahir Kamran 8 July 2018 Re imagining of Muslim Women II thenews com pk The News International Retrieved 20 August 2020 Minault Gail 1990 Sayyid Mumtaz Ali and Huquq un Niswan An Advocate of Women s Rights in Islam in the Late Nineteenth Century Modern Asian Studies 24 1 147 172 doi 10 1017 S0026749X00001190 JSTOR 312505 External links EditThe Supremacy Myth adapted from Sayyid Mumtaz Ali s book Huquq e Niswan translated to English by Javed Anand Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Sayyid Mumtaz Ali amp oldid 1047319955, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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