after the war of independence the state of the Muslims of India were extremely helpless as the British fell on Muslims than on Hindus. They thought that Muslims were in charge of many number of wrong deeds and the war held in view of their brutal and inconsiderate After 1857, the Muslims developed as a ignorrant nation; they were unskilled and miserably uninformed in each of their in this state sir syed ahmae khan emerage from the bottom of the nation to support muslim nation aligarh movement was one of his important movement
Impacts of aligarh on muslim
1. In 1864, he established the Translation Society which was later renamed ‘The Scientific Society’. The general public was situated at Aligarh. It distributed Urdu translations of English books on science and different subjects, and an English-Urdu journal for spreading thoughts on social changes. it removed of numerous social prejudices that kept the network/community backward
2.His biggest achivement was opening of MAO college in1875 the staff of this college came from england somost of the british throughout the sub continent showed their intrest in it because it wasthe first time that british and musims were working togatherand it played an important role in develop te personality of muslim
3.The Aligarh Movement presented a new trend in Urdu writing. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and his partners left the old style of writing in the Urdu litlature, which was expository and academic, and began a basic style which helped Muslims to comprehend the fundamental motivation behind the development