Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

Maulana Abul Kalam Muhiyuddin Ahmed rectify disclosed as Maulana Azad was born on 11th November, 1888, was a superior Political Head and Indian Muslim Scholar, insubservience fighter, and poetry. He was the original Minister of Education. Maulana Azad was one of the jutting Muslim heads to prop Hindu –Muslim conjunction and He counter the separation of India on communal lines. Maulana Azad quiet dross one of the most grave populace of communal similitude in later India. He worked for teaching and collective progress in India made him and most grave application in potent India's collective and economic harvest. Maulana Azad can address Urdu, English, Hindi, Arabic, Bengali and Persian. As implied by his designate, Abul Kalam, which literally resources "lord of dialogue". He adopted the pen designate 'Azad' as a impression of his intangible deliverance from a scrutinizing intention of creed and career. For his beneficial dorealm to the realm, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was posthumously awarded India's main civilian honour, Bharat Ratna in 1992. Azad Working the revolutionary activities scientific to Bihar and Bengal. Within weak end, he helped setup latent revolutionary centers in all balance north India and mumbai. Most of his revolutionaries were anti-Muslim for the debate populace felt that the British Government was using the Muslim commconjunction over India's insubservience pains. Azad familiar to certify his colleagues that animus and apathy internal the Muslims would barely compel the way to insubservience past troublesome. In June 1912, Azad working divulgation of a record denominated Al Hilal (resources the Crescent) to acception revolutionary recruits amongst the Muslims. He besides participated in Non-Cooperation Movement, Quit India Movement, and Separation of India He said in his words encircling denizen “We must not for a avail overlook, it is a rise suitable of total indivisible to assent-to at meanest the basic teaching outside which he cannot easily send-away his duties as a denizen. ” Jawaharlal Nehru referred to Azad as Mir-i- Karawan(resources the file head), "a very dare and valiant lord, a refined work of the amelioration that, in these days, pertains to few" “The Emperor of learning" Mahatma Gandhi remarked encircling Azad counting him as "a individual of the force of Plato, Aristotle and Pythagorus. ” He died of nature tickle on 22 December 1958