Abasyn Journal of Social Sciences. Vol.3, No.1

MOHAMMAD ALI JINNAH An Ambassador of Unity

Muhammad Zubair1, Zia ul Rehman2

The book under review is an autography of Muhammad Ali Jinah covering the period from 1912 to 1917. The author of the book, Mrs Sarojini Naidu commonly known as Bharatiya Kokila (The Nightingale of India), was a freedom fighter, and poet. She was the first Indian woman that led the way for women in Indian politics and her birthday is celebrated as "Women’s Day" in India. She is remembered as a champion of women's rights, and Hindu-Muslim unity. Her book under review can be testified as an attribute to Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s first phase of political life. Though the book brings forth Jinnah’s role as an ambassador of the unity in question but ignores to unearth the causes that forced him to distance himself from the Congress agenda and become the torch bearer of separate home land for Muslims of India- a land that is free from the clutches of Hindu hegemonic mindset.




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