How did Islam spark a revival of learning?

How did Islam spark a revival of learning?

Muslim scholars were linked to the revival of learning in Europe as they had preserved and translated ancient Greek writings, which became the basis of new scholarship in Europe. Also by making an important and original contributions in mathematics, astronomy, medicine, etc.

Who started the movement in India for the revival of Islam?

Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
In the early 19th century, the first signs of Muslim awakening appeared under the leadership of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan of Bareilly in U.P. and Shariatullah of Bengal. This was happening due to the Christian Missionaries, influence of western ideas and modern education.

What were the attempts made by Shah Waliullah for the revival of Islam in the sub continent during the 17th century?

He did so by firstly making and finding bridges between the different beliefs of Muslims and then secondly by uniting them into a single army to defend the subcontinent, which was being attacked by the Marathas.

Who was the real founder of Wahabi movement in India?

Sayyid Ahmad
Founded by Sayyid Ahmad (1786-1831) of Rae Bareli, the Wahhabi Movement in India was a vigorous movement for socio-religious reforms in Indo-Islamic society in the nineteenth century with strong political undercurrents.

What was the real name Shah Wali Ullah?

Syed Quṭb ad-Dīn Aḥmad Walī Allāh ibn ‘Abd ar-Raḥīm al-‘Umarī ad-Dihlawī
Shah Waliullah Dehlawi/Full name

Why did Shah Wali Ullah wish to revive Islam in sub continent?

He believed that under the influence of infidels, Muslims will forget Islam and with the passage of time it would become difficult to distinguish them from non-Muslims. He therefore wished to revive the teachings of Quran and Sunnah in the subcontinent.

Why would trade have helped spread the Islamic faith?

The Muslim practice of direct trade offered further exposure to the religion: Rather than working through intermediaries, Muslim merchants would travel to the trading destinations, thus allowing exposure to the religion within other countries as well.

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