An Indivisible Unity – Part I

Since the arrival of Islam in India within a hundred years of its inception, Hindus and Muslims coexisted for centuries. But both suffered devastating hardships during the partition of the country, that took decades to heal. With this historical background, the film paints a wide canvas of the invaluable contribution Muslims have made in nation building post independence. Leaders like Maulana Azad, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai and Zakir Hussain strived to give a secular, democratic dimension to the polity. Aligarh Muslim University and Jamia Millia Islamia are providing world class education in society. Traditional Islamic institutions like Darul Uloom are integrating modern educational techniques while maintaining the classical methodology. India has seen invaluable contribution of eminent Muslim personalities in science, armed forces, administrative services, business, film industry, literature, fine and performing arts.


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12 thoughts on “An Indivisible Unity – Part I

  1. Because Islam is a politic tool made by kings for kings. A big part of islam is made from violence and war. It is a religion of racism and Hate. islam is source of the most dangerous Zealot and fanatic.

    that why we dont like islam.

  2. why people hate islam is .has to pray five times .restrict from tax to the the whole month of ramadan.respect the elders .and feed the poor .keep the body clean for prayers do not backbite and so on..these things they cannot do thats why in ther opinion islam is violent

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