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Contribution of Muslims to India.

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Asked by Siva Balan, 07 Jul '08 10:27 am
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Answered by Rani Sen, 07 Jul '08 10:27 am

 
  
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I dont think this isnecessary to know whose conttribution is what but whether we all live in peace or not that is important
Answered by krish, 07 Jul '08 12:03 pm

 
  
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The few which are coming to mind are many medieval architechture marvels, Taj Mahal on top, Kathak, many musical instruments, music and arts,.
Also, the atomic power and missile power, and a lot of small enterprises, service providers in India are Muslims..
Answered by Aditya Misra, 07 Jul '08 10:31 am

 
  
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Maulana Mazharul Haque was born to a rich landlord, Sheikh Ahmedullah, in Bihar in December 1866. An only son, he had two sisters Ghafrunisha and Kaneez Fatma.
His primary education was delivered at home by a Maulvi, but he passed his matriculation from the Patna Collegiate in 1886. He then traveled to Lucknow for higher studies, where he was admitted to Cannig College. However, it is said that he found it difficult to adjust to circumstances and instead, chose to leave for England the same year to pursue a course in law. He returned to India qualified in law in 1891 and set up a legal practice in Patna. He even joined the judicial service as a Munsif, on the advice of a foreign friend. It is perhaps not surprising though, that he soon developed differences with the District & Sessions Judge and had to resign. Subsequently, he started a practice at Chapra.
He is said to have made a significant contribution to relief efforts launched during the famine in Saran district of Bihar i ...more
Answered by wajid ali, 07 Jul '08 01:09 pm

 
  
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Whether contribution need to be assessed religion-wise. is not such petty feelings divide us more!
Answered by dinkar shetty, 07 Jul '08 10:31 am

 
  
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