Vernacular Verve & Vitality of State’s Madrasa Tulolum translating decoded minority report into secular education, knowledge economy and democratic force since British Imperialism
By Statutory Bodies; Minority Commission; Directorate General of Employment & Training, Ministry of Labour & Employment; Ministry of Minority Affairs; United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Cell-Ministry of Culture; Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment; NMCME, NPE, POA & SPQEM of MHRD,Govt of India

Jamia Urdu Hind

(By University Grant Commission under section 22 of UGC Act 1956)
NCMEI: JUH is a minority educational institution F.No 1158/16-NCMEI9934.

AIU: No EVVII/5-16/2942 for the parity of examinations conducted by Jamia Urdu Hind.
AIU gives no equivalency to non-degree qualifications conducted either by universities or non-university level bodies.

JUH is an Oriental Linguistic Minority Standalone Educational Institution for Research in Urdu Language of National Importance as per National Unit for Secular Madrasa Education Gazetteers to Win the Battle for Developed India

JUH is neither Board nor University. JUH means to promote Urdu language, script and culture of national importance within the meaning of NCMEI Act, NCLM Report, the Constitutional Rights(Article 14-16, 19(1), 21, 29, 30, 45, 46, 120, 210, 343-351 ). It is stand alone unaided non-formal minority institution of traditional/oriental/occidental learning for dropouts based on orders from UNESCO of United Nations, Supreme Court Judgments, Statutory Bodies, NCMEI, CABE & NMCME of MHRD and UGC Guidelines. Areas of application is primarily private universities, organized and semi-organized sectors though Arabic, Persian and Urdu get jobs in gulf countries, USA, Canada etc cutting down the unemployment index of India sharply.

Na Tera He Na Mera He, Hindustan Sabka He
Nahi Samjhi Gayi Yeh Baat To Nuksan Sabka He.
Jo Isme Milgayi Nadiyaan Wo Dikhlayi Nahi Deti
Mahasaagar Banana Me Magar Ehsan Sabka He.
Hazaroun Rung Khushbu Nasal K Phal-Phool Paudhe Hen
Magar Gulshan Ki Izzat Aabru Eemaan Sabka He
(As told by Chief Minister of UP Shri A.Yadav)
Dar Dar Bhatak Rahi Hai Magar Dar Nahin Mila
Urdu Ko Apney Des Mein Hi Ek Ghar Nahin Mila

The above couplet rightly depicts the plight of Urdu which was born and nurtured here and eventually became a symbol of country’s composite culture. The language which gave us the slogans Inquilab, Zindabad and patriotic songs like Sare Jahan Se Achcha Hindustan Hamara and Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna Ab Hamare Dil Mein Hai during the freedom struggle, became alien in its own land after independence as it became the official language of Pakistan, our sworn enemy. Jai Hind was coined by Major Abid Hasan Safrani, a close associate of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in the Azad Hind Fauj (INA). Unfortunately, vested interests dubbed it as the language of Muslims only, conveniently forgetting the contributions of Brij Narain ‘Chakbast‘, Daya Shankar ‘Naseem‘, Prem Chand, Ratan Nath ‘Sarshar‘, Raghupati Sahai ‘Firaq‘ Gorakhpuri, Anand Narain ‘Mulla‘, Krishna Bihari ‘Noor‘, Gopi Chand Narang and hundreds of other Non-Muslim poets and writers. Even the National Anthem of Pakistan and Bangladesh were written by Jagannath Azad and Rabindra Nath Tagore respectively. Allama Iqbal called Lord Ram Imam-e-Hind. Rahi Masoom Raza Rahi wrote the screenplay and dialogue of the TV series Mahabharat. Firoz Khan played as Arjuna in it and directed the movie Sampurn Ramayan. AR Antuley as Chief Minister was the first Indian to retrieve Bhawani Sword of Shivaji from Queen Victoria. Strong Advocates of Hindu-Muslim Unity & Historical Patriots of United States of Bharat are Urdu, Abdul Hamid (Army), Mohd Rafi, Abdul Kalam (Missile Man of India), Akbar the Great, Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan (Frontier Gandhi), Shakeel Badayuni, Sahir Ludhianvi, Ali Brothers, Majrooh Sultanpuri, Ali Vardi Khan, Anu MalikLucky AliTalat Mahmood, Aamir Khan, Dilip Kumar, Shamshad Begum, Kaifi Azmi, Nawab Pataudi, Zakir Hussian, Mukhtar Abbas NaqviSyed Shahnawaz Hussain, Najma Hepatullah, Resul PookuttyA. R. Rahman, Naushad AliSalim-Sulaiman, Javed Akhtar, Nadeem Akhtar, Abrar Alvi, CM Habibullah, Hakim Ajmal Khan, Salim Ali, GhalibBahadur Shah Zafar, Kazi Nazrul Islam, Titu Mir, Abul Kalam AzadRafi Ahmed Kidwai, Mohd Ashfaq Ullah Khan, Ali Ahmad Siddiqui, Syed Mujtaba Hussain, Vakkom Abdul Khadir, Hazrat Mahal, Asghari Begum, Bi Amma, Tippu Sultan, Shahjahan, MF Husain, Major Shahnawaz ( the most trusted personnel of Netaji SC Bose), Ustad Bismillah Khan, Ustad Amjad Ali and many more.

Charwaha School was the theoretical initiative of informal, non-formal and formal education (NFE). The HISTORY of education of the world is HIgh STORY of composite culture and civilization of mankind. Non-FormalEducation is the answer to rural illiteracy and ignorance. It is a sharp weapon against Child Labour and keeps working Children in Madrasa. Madrasa Education (residential & nonresidential) is the Largest Non-Formal Education Network all over India. 14% literacy to India is contributed by more than 2 Lakhs un-aided Madrasas which has produced architecture of Taj Mahal, Lal Qila, Qutub Minar along with Abusena in medicine and Khaiyam in mathematics. No romantic life is complete without the use of Urdu words in India of 1940s. Those who forget their history cannot make history! Hafiz Mohammed Abdul Karim, a Madrasa pass out dared to love Royal Blood Queen Victoria, the Empire of India under the British Crown till her last beat in her palace by using platonic love language & literature in Urdu, thus he ruled over her who was ruling over India. Abdul Karim CIECVO(1863–1909) of Jhansi was Secretary to Queen Victoria who granted an estate for him in Agra. The close platonic relationship between Karim and the Queen led to friction within the Royal Household. Karim was one of Victoria’s closest confidants despite efforts by royal circles to suppress their relationship before and after her death. Following Victoria’s death in 1901, her successor, Edward VII, returned Karim to India and ordered the confiscation and destruction of the correspondence with Victoria. In 1877, Queen Victoria became Empress of India 19 years after the establishment of the British Empire. She began to learn Urdu under the teaching of Abdul Karim in 1887. There is a page from one of Queen Victoria’s Hindustani Diaries(An Inside Story of Madrasa) in Falah-E-Hind Library.

In PM Lal Bahadur Shastri’s maternal family, as with many Kayastha families, it was the custom for the children to receive an education in the Urdu language and culture. Accordingly, Shastri began his education at the age of four under the tutelage of a Maulvi, Budhan Mian, at the East Central Railway Inter college in Mughalsarai. Dr Rajendra Prasad, Mahatma Gandhi, Atal Bihari Bajpayee, Bhagat Singh, Pandit Jawahrlal Nehru and most of the national figures of freedom movement were learned persons in Urdu language and culture and a few in Arabic and Persian Language also. Interestingly, Queen Victoria also knew Urdu language and poetry. Nehru like Sarojini Naidu and Laxmi Bai admired Urdu language.

Urdu, the language of lovers and poets connected with its glorious past such as Qawwalis, Ghazal renditions, Mushaira, Play, War of rhyme have proved that education and nation are incomplete without Urdu. To educate those who are not educated with the mainstream is the most patriotic action of mankind of all times. Like Hindi, Urdu is the thread of Bharat’s beaded necklace where all super power of the world is quit on the developed and the united front.A Dadar-based institute has discovered 2 Ghazals in Urdu written by freedom fighter Veer Savarkar during his 11 years imprisonment in the Andaman Cellular Jail(TOI 28.7.13). Aligarh Muslim University has introduced a mandatory elementary course of Urdu for all. The Ministry of Culture, Govt of India has granted Jamia Millia Islamia to translate 10 books of Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore into Urdu.
Maulana Hasrat Mohani from Unnao, UP was the friend of Maulana MA Jauhar, Maulana Shaukat Ali in AMU, Aligarh. He was the first person in Indian History who demanded “Complete Independence’ or Azadi-E-Kamil or Poorn Swaraj” in 1921 as he presided over an annual session of All India Muslim League. This patriotic hero coined ‘Inquilab Zindabad’ in 1921. In recognition for his efforts, he was made a member of the constituent assembly which drafted the Constitution of India. He was among the founders of the Communist Party of India.
He also penned song Chupke Chupke Raat Din Aansu Bahana Yaad He……………………………….
sung by Ghulam Ali (film Nikaah of 1982).
Har Taraf Bekhudi Ka Aalam He Jise Dekho Wahi Paraya He
Bhukh Se Girgaya Chakra Kar, Log Kehte Hen Ke Peekar Aaya He
Viswa Bharti of West Bengal safeguards Bengali language
Nav Nalanda Mahavira of Bihar safeguards Pali language
Urdu worked as sharp weapon during the freedom movement
But where is placed this Des Banane Wali Language
Mazaa-jun Phool Jaisa, Hoslaa Guldaan Jaisa He
Ye Urdu He Ke Jiska Dil Bhi Hindustaan Jaisa He
Renowned Urdu Poet Sahir Ludhyanvi said: The development of India will be as much as the promotion of Urdu and vice versa. Hence, mathematically, the development of India may be directly proportional to the promotion of Urdu. Or, Development of India= Promotion of Urdu x Constant
Mahatma Gandhi said: A civilization can be judged by the way it treats its minorities (Ministry of Minority Affairs) i.e. if minority is developed, India is developed. By putting up this in the above equation, we get:
Or, Developed India=Promotion of Urdu x Recognition of Urdu under Minority Report
= Super power of the world.
This institution was constituted decades back as State’s Madrasa Tuloloom not only for educational advancement, socio-cultural uplift and mitigation of backwardness of Minority of India but as a part of long term strategy to awaken the youth against the British rule, to infuse nationalism, patriotism and unity among the people. State’s Madrasa Tuloloom wished to synthesize oriental and occidental learning and therefore planned to establish an academy where qualified persons from both streams may have an environment conducive to scholarly pursuits resulting in Darulmusannefin (Writer’s Building) and Azad Library. These institutions were part of a movement parallel to the national movement headed by the UI Kalsekar of Shabrmati Ashram who had very close association with several people responsible for the management of these institutions. Binoba Bhawe when visited the locality during Bhumidaan Movement, also stole some of his precious time to visit these institutions of then Phus Ki Jhopri (now Writer’s Building), interacted with the staff, received 6 Kattha Land by Md Hanif Uddin and expressed his good wishes and blessings. Once Qurban Ali (revenue collector of Dowlatpore Agricultural Concern) opposed CG Atkin to protect the interest of the locality consequently exiled for life to Kalapani punishment by C.G.Atkin. Hailing from a family of freedom fighters, Qurban Ali, Karam Ilahi, Md Hanif Uddin, Choudhary of Pargana and UI Kalsekar became rectors of this educational movement. CM Dr J. Mishra, Raj Sabha Member Maulana Asad Madani, Secretary(AIMPLB) Maulan Wali Rahmani became integral part of this educational movement. All were Agriculture Scholars. Land donor to JUH and Film Writer of Bollywood Javed Akhtar were educated in the same school i.e. Minto Circle.
To sum up, these institutions were a movement in itself which aimed at inspiring nationalism, patriotism, unity, brotherhood, awareness and loyalty towards the country against the foreign rule and advancement of knowledge both scientific and traditional. This Madrasa of Urdu Language having rich heritage of language and religion, Jamia Urdu Hind (A Linguistic Minority Educational Institution) is on its relentless journey since decades surmounting hurdles of indigenous and exotic nature on its way and has passed through the tests of accreditation towards reaching the status of excellence. JUH is aware that the process of achieving excellence is continuous and therefore, all efforts are in progress to keep up the momentum. The National and International level connectivity and visibility of the institution is a pointer that JUH is moving from the status of Madrasa with Potential for Excellence to the status of institution with Potential for Excellence & National Importance because of its evening classes, informal education, non-formal education and formal education.

Those who forget their history, cannot make history!


Ashoka to Akbar, Morya Magadh to Mughal, Birbal to British, Maan Singh to Manmohan Singh

………….::Nothing is For-ever::Never Live Proudly::………….

Jai Bharat, Jai Hind::Jamia Urdu Hind

World War III
War against global injustice, poverty, disease is the war where all honest minds are army. (Jamia Urdu Hind)

Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam, former President of India launched the Rashtriya Avishkar Abhiyan (RAA) today in New Delhi. While launching the Abhiyan, Dr. Abdul Kalam focused on developing the spirit of innovation and experimentation among students. He further laid stress on four qualities of uniqueness: Great Aim, Quest of Knowledge, Hard Work, and Perseverance. Emphasising the value of learning he added “we learn to live, we learn to think and we learn to learn”. He concluded his speech by stressing upon attaching highest value to Science. (MHRD, Govt of India on 9/7/15).

Global Brotherhood in PM’s Gift to President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan: Persian translation of Valmiki’s Ramayana (18th century AD) in Nastaliq Script(Prime Minister of India, PMO on 8/7/15).

Urdu translation of Geeta by Jamia Urdu Hind for communal harmony: Reason and insertion in contemporary India.

 “Second highest word in Al-Quran is Eelm after the word Allah”……….MK Gandhi founded Gujrat Vidyapeeth in1920 having Logo in Sanskrit: साविद्यायाविमुक्तये and Arabic “Al Hikamato Zallatual Momine Fahaiso Uajedaha Ahakko Leha”. Wisdom is the lost heritage of Muslim so it must be retrieved by them(Prime Minister of India, PMO on 15/6/15).

Origin of the name Al-Hind, Hind, Hindu, Hindustan:
The word “Hindu” was coined by the ancient Persians for Indus Culture who lived on the other side of the Indus/Sindhu River. Hind is Urdu word for Hindustan again derived from Persian Language, an Arabic version of Hind is Al-Hind. India was derived from the word Indus. The suffix ‘Stan’ (not “sthan”) is Persian word for “place.
The name Rupiya(Rupee/Currency of India) and Sher Shah Suri:
In 712 AD, the Arabs conquered the Indian province of Sindh and brought their influence and coverage with them. By the 12th Century, Turkish Sultans of Delhi replaced the longstanding Arab designs and replaced them with Islamic calligraphy. This currency was referred to as ‘Tanka‘ and the lower valued coins, ‘Jittals‘. The Delhi Sultanate attempted to standardize this monetary system and coins were subsequently made in gold, silver and copper. In 1526, the Mughal period commenced, bringing forth a unified and consolidated monetary system for the entire Empire. This was heavily influenced by Sher Shah Suri who introduced the silver Rupayya or Rupee coin for the first time in the history.He during his five-year rule from 1540 to 1545, set up a new civic and military administration and issued a coin of silver, weighing 178 grains, which was termed as Rupiya even used today all around.
Origin of the word ‘Jai Hind’:
Jai Hind was coined by Major Abid Hasan Safrani of Azad-E-Hind Fauz, a close associate of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose ……. Driver of Netaji living in UP verified by DM of district have got no status of Freedom Fighter.
Origin of the word Inquilab, Zindabaad:
These words were coined by Maulana Hasrat Mohani who also coined Azadi-E-Kamil (Poorn Swaraj/Complete Freedom).
The Best Religion on the Earth:
Honest Patriotism for National Integration with Global Brotherhood
A country without scientific outlook cannot be a developed nation. Mughal was advanced in the usage of heavy gun and ruled over India thus Englishman was advanced in medicine and technology and ruled over 1/3 part of the world, now USA is advanced in weapon, medicine and technology and is directly or indirectly ruling over the world. Our country is divided on religious linage and caste system for political gain and no schemes reach genuinely to farmers, destitute persons and needy students. Poverty may be in Brahmin, Rajput, Jain, Khan, Syed, Shaikh but I have never seen any statements from a minister of Paswan/SC/ST community to divert reservation policy entitled to them for the poor of the country in the interest of the nation. A poor persons after getting minister-ship in the government becomes the owner of the empire in the salary of 5 digits and the whole nation sees the same silently. During votes, they talk about the religion but they do not follow the same religion and finally our caretaker of the land is cheated. Ministers talk about the sympathy and brother hood, share a moment with the poor villagers for publicity by medias but what happen next is being watched by the whole nation since freedom struggle. Media persons are so biased that they do not show what is happening with the wheat plant, rice plant, vegetables, animals in the villages on which 80 % Indians are still fighting for bread and butter even today but they storm the words in the praise of a corrupt leader. Those leaders who talk about Islam, why do they not disperse their property of all kinds for poor Muslims to set an example. Likewise, those leaders who talk about Hinduism, why do they not disperse their property of all kinds for poor Hindu to set an example. You are judged by what you are doing rather where you stand for. I love my country the most not because this one is the best but because I am aware of its all merit and demerit and I love them equally. When the ancient Chinese decided to live in peace, they constructed the great wall of China. They thought no one can climb it due to its height. During the first 100 years of its existence, the Chinese were invaded thrice and every time the hordes of enemy infantry had no need of penetrating or climbing over the wall because each time they bribed the guards and intruded through the doors. The Chinese built the wall but forgot the character building of the wall-guards. Thus the building of human character comes before building of anything else. That is what our students need today. One of the Orientlist said: If you want to destroy the civilization of a nation, there are 3 ways:
Destroy family structure: In order to destroy the family, undermine the role of a mother so that she feels ashamed of being a housewife.
Underestimate the role models and references: In order to underestimate the role models and references, you have to undermine the scholars, doubt them until no one listens to them or follows them.
Destroy the education: In order to destroy the education, you should give no importance to the teachers and languages and lower their due places in the society so that the students despise them.
For when a conscious mother disappears, a dedicated teacher disappears and a royal sweet language like Urdu is destroyed and there is downfall of role models and references, who will teach the minorities the values of the society?? Is our home invaded.
“Truth is that Muslims in Bihar today are economically worse than Dalits”(The Union Minority Affairs Minister, Govt of India).
The objective of Jamia Urdu Hind is to minimize dropouts within women, tribes and minorities legally. We are playing a vital role to make a developed Nation by working in the most backward areas of this motherland through literacy campaign. We cannot be MK Gandhi or APJ Abdul Kalam but surely we can be a part of their noble deeds so as to be one of the finest Indian on a day.   Jai Bharat Jai Hind = Jamia Urdu Hind.
As a few example:

10 School Dropouts Whose Innovations Changed the World:

It’s commonly believed that an education is an essential step towards success. However, there have been many people over the course of history that have proven that notion wrong. In fact, some school dropouts became innovators who went on to change the course of the world forever. To learn more about some of these successful dropouts, check out the list below.
1. Thomas Edison
Many people considered Thomas Edison to be learning disabled, and he dropped out of school at a young age. Later, Edison went on to invent some of the most important inventions of our time – the electric light bulb, the phonograph, and more.
2. Bill Gates
Bill Gates is the head of one of the most successful companies of all time – Microsoft – and also one of the world’s richest  people. However, he actually dropped out of Harvard to start his company, never finishing school.
3. Cornelius Vanderbilt
Cornelius Vanderbilt left school early – at age 11. However, he went on to change the world by expanding the steamboat and railroad industries, altering transportation forever.
4. Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright is considered to be one of the most influential architects of all time, and he changed the way the world thought about design. He also dropped out of both high school and college, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
5. Richard Branson
Richard Branson founded Virgin Group, which changed the entire world of entertainment, travel and media. Branson was dyslexic and school was hard for him, so he only attended until he was 16.
6. Albert Einstein
One of the most famous scientists of all time, Einstein developed the general theory of relativity. He dropped out of high school when he was only 15, but eventually returned to school to focus on science and engineering.
7. Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs co-founded Apple, one of the most successful and influential tech companies of all time. However, he did not finish college — dropping out of Reed College before  graduation.
8. Michael Dell
Another tech name, Michael Dell is the founder of the Dell computer company. Dell dropped out of the University of Texas at Austin before graduation.
9. Coco Chanel
There’s no doubt that anyone had more influence on fashion and  style than Coco Chanel. However, she never attended a traditional school. Instead, she learned to be a seamstress at an orphanage growing up and eventually became one of the most legendary names in fashion ever.
10. Mark Zuckerberg
Much has been written about Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, the world’s largest social network. He is one of the most successful tech entrepreneurs of all-time, despite having dropped out of Harvard.
 5 Countries Where People Hardly Fall Sick:
Countries differ in climate, hygiene and many other factors, thus it comes as no surprise that some places boast of conditions that prevent people from falling ill. Sickness depends on many factors – age, location, climate, temperatures, lifestyle and food, amongst others.
However, there are some countries that do take as many precautions as possible to ensure they are not plagued with frequent illnesses. Though this is not entirely in a person’s hands, measures can be taken to control sickness to some extent.
So here is a list of the top 5 countries where people hardly fall sick.
1. Qatar
Despite not having a national healthcare system, Qatar is one of the places where people hardly fall sick. Perhaps, the people here have extremely good immune systems because nothing else seems to explain this phenomenon. They have 7.7 physicians per 1000 people. Even though the life expectancy of people here is just 77.6 and they have second highest obesity rate, their overall death rates are incredibly low. Healthcare in Qatar includes free treatment in government health facilities and private medical practice. The government healthcare system here is of a high standard therefore inviting people to have check-ups.
2. Norway
Money should yield results and since Norway spends the largest per capita on healthcare than any other country, it certainly explains why it has featured in this list. The countries total annual healthcare expenditure rounds up to $9,055. Factually, Norway fares quite poorly when it comes to health issues. However, it has a booming economy and hence, its residents have access to some of the best medical professionals and medical facilities in the world. So who says quality of life matters? Sometimes money can buy all that you need to avoid sickness
3. Switzerland
This country is the third healthiest nation in the world. Perhaps, it is the cold, frigid temperatures that make people strong here because with a death rate of 9 deaths per 1000 people, being the third healthiest country is quite commendable. The irony is that the consumption of alcohol here is 73% higher than global standards and 22% adult females and 31% adult males smoked. But despite all these habits, people are mostly healthy.
4. Luxembourg
This country has the fourth-highest per capita spending on healthcare. Due to the link between health spending and its outcomes, this country is overall quite healthy. Although the people here are reasonably strong and hardly fall sick, the country’s overall ranking is deterred due to their high obesity rate and alcohol consumption. High-quality, free and subsidized healthcare is available to all citizens
5. Japan
About one-quarter of this nation’s population was over 65 last year showcasing the longevity and health of the Japanese people. The healthcare services in Japan include screening examinations, prenatal care and infectious disease control. While these services aren’t free, the government does bear 70% of the total cost.
So if you are looking to settle in a new place, perhaps these would be the countries worth exploring. The reason being you may just imbibe their lifestyle and you, too, may live a long, happy life, devoid of too many health issues.