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ROLE OF NORTH ARCOT MUSLIMS

The North Arct Muslim leaders influenced by the All India Muslim Educational Conference had to wage and win many battles against orthodox Uleme’s opposition to the spread of English education among the Muslims and by slow degrees many leading families of Vaniyambadi – following the lead given by Hajee T Badruddin sahib, Malang Hayath Batcha sahib and Hajee Ameenuddin Sahib – came forward to contribute their mite towards the progress of modern education in the town.

Sir Mohammed Habibullah of Vellor came to Ambur to open the Mission School in 1905.  Realising the importance of modern education Janab T. Abdullah Sahib, a tireless and selfless social worker, laid the foundation for a school with the support of local prominent Muslims.

On 16th December 1905 the Management of the Chowk Masjid Madrasa –which was in existence then – was taken over and later renamed as “Madarasa-e-Mazharul Uloom.”  Janab T. Abdullah sahib visited Aligarh observed the educational developments there and inspired by it prepared a plan for a Muslim school in Ambur meant for all religions and communities without any discrimination whatsoever.  It was primarily his aim to create for young Muslims a good institution for their educational, cultural and social developments.  He was rightly called “Sir Syed of Ambur.”

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