Past in Perspective.


'To resolve all Indian problems and especially Hindu-Muslim differences on purely religious basis cannot produce any permanent path to salvation.'

Born in 1872 in Sialkot, Ubaidullah Sindhi was a prominent Islamic leader and activist of the Indian Independence Movement. Converting to Islam at the age of 15, Ubaidullah enrolled in Darul Uloom Deoband to delve deep into the Islamic education. In Darul Uloom, he led the Silk Letter Movement, started during world war 1 to solicit the support of Islamic world against the British colonialism in India. He was also a minister in the Indian Government in exile formed in Afghanistan in 1915. He went to Moscow in 1922 and got inspired by the Russian Revolution. From Moscow, he went to Istanbul and wrote the constitution for a united, confederal, workers' India free of the menaces of British Colonialism and exploitations of capitalism. Owing to the threat he posed to the rule of the British, he was banned...

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