Syed Abul A’ala Maududi Academy 2017-11-20T23:02:30+00:00

Project Description

Syed Abul A’ala Maududi was famous scholar, the Compassionate Qur’an and  the founder of the Jamaat-i-Islami. Their thought, thinking, and his influence deeply influenced the evolution of the Islamic world. Presentation around the world of Islam is the result of the thinking of Syed Abul all’a Mudodi, Allama Iqbal and Shaykh Hassan al-Bana (the founder of Ikhwan), who not only lived alive after the end of the Ottoman Caliphate, but also brought him out of the monasteries, publicly promoting.
1903 – Born in Aurangabad, Hyderabad Deccan, India
1918 – Started career as journalist in Bijnore newspaper
1920 – Appointed as editor of the daily Taj, Jabalpur
1921 – Learned Arabic from Maulana Abdul Salam Niazi in Delhi
1921 – Appointed as editor daily Muslim
1926 – Took the Sanad of Uloom e Aqaliya wa Naqalia from Darul Uloom Fatehpuri, Delhi
1928 – Took the Sanad in Jamay Al-Tirmidhi and Muatta Imam Malik Form same Teacher
1925 – Appointed as editor Al-jameeah, New Delhi
1927 – Wrote Al- Jihad fil Islam
1930 – Wrote and published the famous booklet Al- Jihad fil Islam
1933 – Started Tarjuman-ul-Qur’an from Hyderabad (India)
1937 – Aged 34, introduced to South Asia’s premier Muslim poet-philosopher, Allama Muhammad Iqbal, by Chaudhry Niaz Ali Khan at Lahore[48] 1938 – Aged 35, moved to Pathankot from Hyderabad Deccan and joined the Dar ul Islam Trust Institute, which was established in 1936 by Chaudhry Niaz Ali Khan on the advice of Allama Muhammad Iqbal for which Chaudhry Niaz Ali Khan donated 66 acres (270,000 m2) of land from his vast 1,000-acre (4.0 km2) estate in Jamalpur, 5 km west of Pathankot[48] 1941 – Founded Jamaat-e-Islami Hind at Lahore, appointed as Amir
1942 – Jamaat’s headquarters moved to Pathankot
1942 – Started writing a commentry of the Qur’an called Tafhim-ul-Quran
1947 – Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan headquarters moved to Lahore (Ichhra)
1948 – Campaign for Islamic constitution and government
1948 – Thrown in jail by the government for fatwa on jihad in Kashmir
1949 – Government accepted Jamaat’s resolution for Islamic constitution
1950 – Released from jail
1953 – Sentenced to death for his historical part in the agitation against Ahmadiyah to write a booklet Qadiani Problem. He was sentenced to death by a military court, but it was never carried out;[49] 1953 – Death sentence commuted to life imprisonment and later canceled.[49] 1958 – Jamaat-e-Islami banned by Martial Law Administrator Field Martial Ayub Khan
1964 – Sentenced to jail
1964 – Released from jail
1971 – Ordered his followers to fight to save United Pakistan.
1972 – Completed Tafhim-ul-Quran
1972 – Resigned as Ameer-e-Jamaat
1978 – Published his last book “Seerat-e-Sarwar-e-Aalam” in two volumes.
1979 – Departed to United States for medical treatment
1979 – Died & Buried in Ichhra, Lahore