WRITINGS BY MOHAMMAD MUJEEB
....Education has become a process of transmission and reception, and the more smooth-working the machinery, the more satisfactory the results. Consider the rich variety of methods...
.... Nature appears in few symbols-spring, rose, poppy, valley, mountain, shore, wave, stream, sun, moon, light, shade, darkness, thorn, wasteland. There are archetypes of lover and beloved, mythical....
Prof. Mujeeb was one of the most brilliant stars of the firmament of new ideas that the group led by Dr. Zakir Husain spread out over the Jamia Millia Islamia, which was both the birth-ground of a new educational philosophy and practice and a battle-ground of new ideas necessary to lead the Indian Muslim into a future of intellectual and spiritual freedom, a happy balance of faith and rationalism and a constructive synthesis of core Islamic and Indian civilizational values. This book represents all the shades and hues of the astonishingly diverse intellectual and academic expressions and achievements that Prof. Mujeeb was known for.
Prof. Akhtarul Wasey is teaching Islamic Studies at Jamia Millia Islamia and is also Honorary Director of Zakir Husain Institute of Islamic Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
Farhat Ehsas is also associated with the Zakir Husain Institute of Islamic Studies. He is an acclaimed poet and writer.
1. Speaking for Myself
2. My Schooldays
3. Right and Wrong in Education
4. Textbooks: New Ideals and Responsibilities
5. Education and Traditional Values
8. When the World is Too Much with Us
10. Sufism in India
11. Indo-Iranian Synthesis in Literature
12. The Perso Arabic Script
13. Amir Khusrau
14. Ghalib: The Poetic Tradition
15. Ghalib as Poet
17. Umrao Jan Ada
18. What Shakespeare Means to Me
19. Glories of Indian Art
20. The Red Fort
21. The Qutub Complex as a Social Document
22. The Status of the Individual Conscience in Islam
23. Freedom and Obligation: The Islamic View
24. Islamic Influence on Indian Society
25. The Indian Muslims after Independence
26. Gandhi and the Muslim Masses
27. Guru Nanak Through Muslim Eyes
28. The Discovery of India
29. Approach to the Study of Medieval Indian History
30. The Meaning of Indian History
31. The Middle Ages (ad 900-1450)
32. The Religious World-State (ad 200-900)
33. A Century of Revolutions (1750 1850)
34. Profiles of Some Great Cultures