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The Khilafat-, Hijrat- and Gandhi's Non-Cooperation-Movement

of: Fozia Jabeen

GRIN Verlag , 2017

ISBN: 9783668473119 , 18 Pages

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The Khilafat-, Hijrat- and Gandhi's Non-Cooperation-Movement


Seminar paper from the year 2017 in the subject History - Asia, University of Peshawar (Pakistan Study Centre), course: M.Phill, language: English, abstract: The Khilafat Movement was the first ripple in the stagnant ocean of Muslim politics in India. The movement combined them as a nation and gave them a good lesson of unity. Seeing the opportunity, Mahatma Gandhi quickly affiliated himself with the Khilafat movement. The Khilafat movement enabled Gandhi to spread his non-cooperation movement in the whole country of India. One byproduct of the Khilafat movement was the Hijrat movement. The Hijrat movement failed, affecting the financial condition of Muslims badly, but conveying their unstinted love for Islam. The Khilafat movement was unable to achieve its targets, but the political activity it created helped Muslims to organize themselves as a nation and to work systematically in the upcoming movement of independence from India.