He was highly respected throughout his life as a man of high moral integrity. Rajendra Prasad and Chakravaachari regarding the espousal of socialism as the Congress goal. In this period Azad also became active in his support for the Khilafat agitation to protect the position of the Sultan of Ottoman Turkeywho was considered the Caliph or Khalifa for Muslims worldwide.
Despite the circumstances, Azad remained firmly committed to Gandhi's ideals and leadership. Azad decided the name of Muslim political party Majlis-e-Ahrar-ul-Islam.
I shall enlarge this orbit still further. On August 9,Maulana Azad was arrested along with most of the Congress leadership.
By he had been banished to Ranchi in present-day Jharkhand statewhere he remained until the beginning of The paper quickly became highly influential in the Muslim community for its anti-British stance, notably for its criticism of Indian Muslims who were loyal to the British.
Azad had backed Maulana abdul kalam azad election of Nehru as Congress president, and supported the resolution endorsing socialism. Just as a Hindu can say with pride that he is an Indian and follows Hinduism, so also we can say with equal pride that we are Indians and follow Islam.
Gandhi organised the people of the region and pioneered the art of Satyagraha — combining mass civil disobedience with complete non-violence and self-reliance.
Inhe returned to Calcutta now Kolkata along with the family. In Iraq he met the exiled revolutionaries who were fighting to establish a constitutional government in Iran.
Azad and Nehru proposed an initiative to forge an agreement with the British in I am part of the indivisible unity that is Indian nationality.
He was put in Meerut jail for a year and a half. He was a prominent political leader of the Indian National Congress and was elected as Congress President in and He began to spin his own clothes using khadi on the charkhaand began frequently living and participating in the ashrams organised by Gandhi.
Maulana Azad had a natural inclination towards writing and this resulted in the start of the monthly magazine "Nairang-e-Alam" in Although the book is a collection of letters but except one or two letters, all other letters are unique and most of the letters deal with complex issues such as existence of God,  the origin of religions, the origin of music and its place in religion, etc.
The governments of the Bombay PresidencyUnited ProvincesPunjab and Delhi prohibited his entry into the provinces and Azad was moved to a jail in Ranchiwhere he was incarcerated until 1 January As Congress president, Azad travelled across India and met with local and provincial Congress leaders and grass-roots activists, delivering speeches and planning the rebellion.
Consequently, thousands of political activists had been arrested and many publications banned. Under Maulana Azad's tenure, a number of measures were undertaken to promote primary and secondary education, scientific education, establishment of universities and promotion of avenues of research and higher studies.
See Article History Alternative Titles: He also rejected the theories of communal separatism advocated by the All India Muslim League. Two years later, at the age of thirteen, Azad was married to young Zuleikha Begum. Azad continued to proclaim his faith in Hindu-Muslim unity: It is because, Maulana was born in a family where Arabic and Persian were used more frequently than Urdu.
Phil and PhD  Numerous institutions across India have also been named in his honour. They helped in developing radical political views and he began to participate in the Indian nationalist movement.
Phil and PhD  Numerous institutions across India have also been named in his honour. All political prisoners were released in and Azad led the Congress in the elections for the new Constituent Assembly of Indiawhich would draft India's constitution.
Azad endorsed the ending of separate electorates based on religion, and called for an independent India to be committed to secularism.
With the onset of World War Ithe British stiffened censorship and restrictions on political activity. He became involved with the Indian freedom struggle through the Non-cooperation movement initiated by Gandhi, of which the Khilafat issue was a big part of.
Azad led efforts to organise the Flag Satyagraha in Nagpur. Consequently, thousands of political activists had been arrested and many publications banned. He began to spin his own clothes using khadi on the charkhaand began frequently living and participating in the ashrams organised by Gandhi.
February 22, Achievements: Nationalists were infuriated that Viceroy Lord Linlithgow had entered India into the war without consulting national leaders. Elected to the lower house of the Indian Parliamentthe Lok Sabha in and again inAzad supported Nehru's socialist economic and industrial policies, as well as the advancing social rights and economic opportunities for women and underprivileged Indians.
His firm belief in Hindu-Muslim unity earned him the respect of the Hindu community and he still remains one of the most important symbols of communal harmony in modern India. But his views changed considerably when he met ethnicist oriented Sunni revolutionary activists in Iraq  and was influenced by their fervent anti-imperialism and nationalism.Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal (Formerly known as West Bengal University of Technology) - MAKAUT,WB.
“These two countries [India and Pakistan] will now focus on the military and society will not develop,” predicted Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad in a well-known speech in Delhi.
Maulana Abul Kalam Muhiyuddin Ahmed better known as Maulana Azad was born on 11th November,was a senior Political Leader and Indian Muslim Scholar, freedom fighter, and poetry. He was the first Minister of Education.
Abul Kalam Azad, original name Abul Kalam Ghulam Muhiyuddin, also called Maulana Abul Kalam Azad or Maulana Azad, (born November 11,Mecca [now in Saudi Arabia]—died February 22,New Delhi, India), Islamic theologian who was one of the leaders of the Indian independence movement against British rule in the first half of.
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad has 36 books on Goodreads with ratings. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s most popular book is India Wins Freedom: The Complete Vers. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal (MAKAUT, WB), formerly West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT), is a public state university located in Kolkata, India.Download