2 edition of Jinnah, as a parliamentarian found in the catalog.
Jinnah, as a parliamentarian
Mahomed Ali Jinnah
|Statement||edited by Mohammad Jafar, I. A. Rehman, Ghani Jafar.|
|Contributions||Jafar, Mohammad., Rehman, I. A., Jafar, Ghani.|
|LC Classifications||DS385.J5 A34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 367 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||367|
|LC Control Number||78930007|
Why he chose to write about Jinnah, India, Partition, and Independence, is not answered in the book. Does he have ulterior motives? In an interview with Karan Tharpar, he says, “I didn’t write this book as a BJP parliamentarian or leader, which I am not. I wrote this book as an Indian” and attempted to be as objective as a person can : South Asia Journal. Jaswant Singh (born 3 January ) is a retired officer of the Indian Army and a former cabinet minister. He is a founding member of the Bharatiya Janata Party. He is one of India's longest serving parliamentarians, having been a member of one or the other house almost continuously between and Children: Manvendra Singh.
Significantly, Jinnah's father was born in -- at the end of one kind of Muslim history, with the failed uprisings in Delhi -- and died in (F. Jinnah vii). Jinnah's family traced its descent from Iran and reflected Shia, Sunni and Ismaili influences; some of the family names -- Valji, Manbai and Nathoo -- were even 'akin to Hindu. The Jinnah family (Urdu: خاندان جناح ; Gujarati: ઝીણા કુટુંબ, جھينا کُٹومب) was a political family of s have played an important role in the Pakistan Movement for creation of Pakistan, a separate country for Muslims of India. The family held the leadership of All-India Muslim League, and its successor, Muslim League, until it dissolved Connected families: Wadia family, Petit family.
This man was no less that Muhammad Ali Jinnah, revered as "Quaid e Azam" (the leader of the people) - he was a great constitutionalist, a distinguished parliamentarian, a seasoned politician, an indefatigable freedom-fighter, a dynamic Muslim leader, a political strategist and, above all one of the great nation-builder of modern times. From the. Originally written on: Septem at pm Jinnah of Pakistan is an illuminating account of India’s partition and the monumental role that Jinnah (In Pakistan, known as Quaid-e-Azam i.e., the great leader) played in it. Stanley Wolpert’s book is the most authentic book on Jinnah – the most enigmatic and powerful leader of the last century.
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This book is a treat for the students of history and sociology. Singh has rightly paced the book from early Muslim expeditions to the creation of Pakistan. Therein lies a number of history lessons that formed the basis for a separate Muslim thought process and the role Mr.
Jinnah and his contemporaries played in by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jinnah, Mahomed Ali, Jinnah, as a parliamentarian. Islamabad: Azfar Associates, (OCoLC) Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Skip to main content. Jinnah, as a parliamentarian by Jinnah, Mahomed Ali, ; Jafar Book from the collections of Oxford University Language English Volume 2.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford. Jaswant Singhs Jinnah India- Partition Independence is an attempt to analyze the events leading to the partition of India but the author probes into the proposition of Muslims as a separate nation and questions the rationality for the creation of Pakistan/5.
Jinnah of Pakistan (unknown Binding) by Stanley Wolpert-The book is a biography of M A Jinnah. The book portrays Jinnah as a great politician, legal luminary, forward looking beyond the barriers of religion, caste and creed. It is bassed on reseaarch, interviews with contemporary important personalities who had interacted with Jinnah/5.
Known for his moderate political views, he is a self-described liberal democrat even though the Bharatiya Janata Party is often described as a right-wing nationalist organization.
He was conferred the Outstanding Parliamentarian Award for the year On 19 Augusthe was expelled from BJP after criticism over his remarks in this book/5(48).
The Jinnah Anthology a unique book labeled as the best reference book on Jinnah is now available for sale at all leading book stores across Pakistan and also online. parliamentarian, Indian. Jinnah: India-Partition-Independence is a book written by Jaswant Singh, a former Finance Minister of India and an External Affairs Minister, on Pakistan's founder Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and the politics associated with the Partition of is currently the latest book written by an Indian politician on the life of Jinnah.
The book was released on 17 August and soon became Author: Jaswant Singh. 1 x Jinnah as a Parliamentarian: Write a review.
Your Name. Email. Your Review. Such Tu Yeh HaiIn the book titled Sach Tu Yeh Hai, which is an account of his experiences in politic. Rs Rs text_tax Rs Dos and Donts M A Jinnah.
by: Syed Mohammad zakerya kazmi. ISLAMABAD, Feb 1 (APP): Jinnah as a Parliamentarian, a book by and Malik Mohammad Jaffer would be launched here on February 3 at Lok Virsa.
Former Chief Minister Balochistan Dr. Abdul Malik will be the chief guest on the occasion, an official of Lok Virsa said.
Senator Farhatullah Babar, Munno Bhai, (Author), Sajida Jafar and Executive Director [ ]. Jaswant Singh's book "Jinnah: India-Partition-Independence" is exceptional in many respects and a must-read for those interested in finding out the people responsible for the Partition of India in ; and the deaths of 2 million people ("India after Gandhi" by Ramchandra Guha Page 48) and displacement of 15 million people/5(37).
The book, “Jinnah as a parliamentarian”, has been written by noted human rights activist IA Rehman along with contributions from posthumous writers Malik Mohammad Jaffer and Ghani Jafar Malik. ISLAMABAD: A book containing the parliamentary speeches made by the Quaid-i-Azam, titled Jinnah As a Parliamentarian was launched at the Lok Virsa on Friday.
At first i had thought that it was a complete waste, moreover this book is from the Indian point of view. Though, i read it and realized i was wrong.
it was money and time well spent. I read about Jaswant Singh's life and thouht this book to be too pro-hindu but after i read it, what i understood was "Jinnah is an ambassador of Muslim-Hindu unity."/5(3). Dr Ahmad was the chief guest at the release of a book written in the memory of noted scholar and parliamentarian, the late Dr Mohd.
Hashim Kidwai, written by his son Dr Saleem Kidwai. Among Jinnah’s few descendants is noted industrialist Nusli Wadia. Parliamentarian Jaswant Singh’s hugely controversial book Jinnah—India, Partition, Independence, is generating as much heat in Patna as across the country.
Singh, incidentally, has lavished. Mohammed Ali Jinnah, Indian Muslim politician, who was the founder and first governor-general (–48) of Pakistan. Jinnah was the eldest of seven children of Jinnahbhai Poonja, a prosperous merchant, and his wife, Mithibai. His family was a member of the Khoja caste, Hindus who had converted to.
Reading between the lines, these are some of the intriguing questions raised by a new book, “Gandhi’s Hinduism – The Struggle Against Jinnah’s Islam” (Bloomsbury/pp /Rs ) painstakingly researched by distinguished writer and Member of Parliament M.J.
Akbar and which throws new light on the tumultuous years in the first half of. Description. This Book is Recommended By FPSC for Optional Subject History of India & Pakistan. An important contribution to the study of one of the most significant episodes of modern history-the partition of india scholarly, insightful, understanding and brilliant scholarship and the art of portrayal merge so masterfully in the work that jinnahs personality becomes truly alive wolperts.
M.J. Akbar’s book throws up some intriguing questions on Jinnah, Partition New Delhi: Was Muhammad Ali Jinnah a creation of the British to counter Mahatma Gandhi. Had the British reconciled themselves to the fact as far back as that they would, in the not too distant future, have to leave and hence shifted their capital from Calcutta to Delhi and constructed a variety of edifices to.
The title of the book is Jinnah: As a parliamentarian and the editors include Malik Mohammad Jafar (), Ghani Jafar () and IA Rehman. The history of this book is another case of ‘enforced disappearance’ that we need to talk about.
Senior BJP leader Jaswant Singh has said Pakistan’s founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah was “demonised” by India, though it was Jawaharlal Nehru’s belief in a centralised system that led to the Location: Kasturi Building, Anna Salai,Mount Road, Chennai,Tamil Nadu.Muhammad Ali Jinnah: The Great Quaid a man of high principles and great probity.
He was an able advocate, a leading lawyer, a profound parliamentarian, a super statesman, a dynamic mass leader, and above all, one of the great nation builders in modern times. in his book ‘Jinnah of Pakistan’, summarizes the significance of Jinnah.