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HISTORY OF HASNATH-E-JARIA GIRLS HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL

Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him) has cursed the person who marries a woman for just for her beauty and wealth and not for piety.  And Hazrath Umar (Raz) has said that for marriage, after Iman what is necessary  for a man is a woman of excellent character. (Extracts from the earlier records of the school)

In the absence of a school for girls in the town, basic Islamic education was given by private teachers in a few selected houses and it was impossible for all the girls to access even this basic need.  This situation prompted Janab Alhaj Kandrikar Mohamed Oosman Sahib – merchant, R.K. Company, Godown Street, Madras – to think about establishing a school where Muslim girls could go with pardha and seek education without any difficulty.  He was in constant consultations with eminent personalities like Janab Patel Abdul Rahman sahib and Janab Moulvi Medakar Mohamed Casim Sahib.  They decided to bring the girls on equal footing and not to deprive them of their right to education when all the Islamic Principles were obligatory for both men and women.

Janab Alhaj Kandrkar Mohamed Oosman Sahib founded a school for Muslim girls in a residential building which was bought at a cost of Rs. 1,650/- and modified.  Ala-Hazrath Moulana Sahah Abdul Wahab Sahib Qadari, founder and Principal of Bakhiyathus Salihath Arabic College, Vellore, named the school as Madarasa-e-Niswan Hasnath-e-Jaria.  It was inaugurated on 26th Rajab 1331 Hijri (1913 AD) by Hazrath Moulana Shah Syed Abdul Latheef Sahib Qadri, Hazrath Makan-e-Khutb-e-Vellore.

Janab Hajee Kuchikar Abdul Latheef sahib and Janab Appapillai Abdul Azeez sahib were entrusted the responsibility of the administration.  Two teachers and one Nakheeb (Escort) were appointed.  A bullock-cart was arranged to bring the girls to the school.  Janab K. Shiek Meeran Sahib donated Rs. 1000/- for a building fund and was in addition paying Rs. 30/- every month for the maintenance of the school.

After a few months Janab Moulvi Abdul Majeed Sahib was appointed Headmaster and examiner.  He strived not only to impart good education to the girls but also mould their character.  The first Examination was held on Jamadiussani 1333 Hijri under the supervision of Bakhiyathus Salihath Ulema.  The performance of the girls was so impressive that even the scholars present were moved and could not help appreciating them from the bottom of their hearts.

NEW BUILDING

The history of Madrasa-e-Niswan Hasnath-e-Jaria is heart touching and inspiring.  It was functioning in a modified old house and was no sufficient to meet the ever increasing number of girls.  The management was in search of a land at a suitable place for construction of a new building but lacked resources.  At this critical situation the much needed timely help came from a lady and she was non other than the wife of Janab K. Sheik Meeran Sahib.  She gifted a vast land located at Vavoor Madar Sahib Street (where the present Hasnath-e-Jaria Elementary School exists) inherited from her father Janab T Abdul Rahman Sahib.  To her development of the school, education and character building of the girls were more important than a piece of land !

By the active co-operation and generous donation of Rs. 30,000/- by its founder Janab K. Hajee Oosman Sahib, Janab K. abdul Kareem Sahib alias Babu Sahib the building came into existence on 25th of shawwal 1337 Hijri (1919 AD) Janab Kuchikar Hajee AbdulLatheef Sahib – popularly known as Kuchikar Hajeesa – as Secretary and Janab Hajee K Abdul Salam as Joint Secretary had rendered great memorable services to the school.  We have pride and happiness in remembering these great personalities.

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