Today with Prof. Tariq Mansoor VC Aligarh Muslim University at Empowerment conference 2017
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Today with Prof. Tariq Mansoor VC Aligarh Muslim University at Empowerment conference 2017

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Sir Syed Mosque. Heart of Aligarh Muslim University
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Sir Syed Mosque. Heart of Aligarh Muslim University ________________________

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In the heart of this city lies a treasureland. A structure that would come to know with time, that with its morn began the morn of a Victorian 'era'. In 1877, merely a year after The Empress had ascended the throne here to be called now 'The Empress of India', did The First Earl of Lytton lay the foundation of the library named after him and granted it with intricately decorated leatherbound volumes of his self written poetry and prose. It was the same year when on this corner of the earth the phrases 'Muslim Education', 'Quran and Science' and 'Sir Syed' became the newfound and loved part of the vernacular, while on the opposite corner, Jim Crow was to become a way of life, torture was to be systematically legalised and the world to many was to be vividly separated into 'black' and 'white'.
A hundred and fourty years since its establishment now, when I walk in the corridors of this old monument, a sense of nostalgia takes over me. As I wander around, between rows and rows of old, battered books, searching for the ones that look seemingly untouched and intriguing, the feeling of nostalgia is overtaken by an intense longing for stories-- raw, forgotten stories that must be unearthed. These are silent stories that I am talking about, stories that don't scream and ask for your attention. They're lying happy in their hiding places, peacefully enjoying their long slumber between the pages of the books not many people want to read, books left unopened for decades--tired, sleeping books. These are stories of people who have lived here before us, people who read the same books a hundred years before us, some of them dead, some dying, and some still breathing peaceful air in far off corners of this same planet. 
In this new project that I vow to take, that I have, for now, named-

In the heart of this city lies a treasureland. A structure that would come to know with time, that with its morn began the morn of a Victorian 'era'. In 1877, merely a year after The Empress had ascended the throne here to be called now 'The Empress of India', did The First Earl of Lytton lay the foundation of the library named after him and granted it with intricately decorated leatherbound volumes of his self written poetry and prose. It was the same year when on this corner of the earth the phrases 'Muslim Education', 'Quran and Science' and 'Sir Syed' became the newfound and loved part of the vernacular, while on the opposite corner, Jim Crow was to become a way of life, torture was to be systematically legalised and the world to many was to be vividly separated into 'black' and 'white'. A hundred and fourty years since its establishment now, when I walk in the corridors of this old monument, a sense of nostalgia takes over me. As I wander around, between rows and rows of old, battered books, searching for the ones that look seemingly untouched and intriguing, the feeling of nostalgia is overtaken by an intense longing for stories-- raw, forgotten stories that must be unearthed. These are silent stories that I am talking about, stories that don't scream and ask for your attention. They're lying happy in their hiding places, peacefully enjoying their long slumber between the pages of the books not many people want to read, books left unopened for decades--tired, sleeping books. These are stories of people who have lived here before us, people who read the same books a hundred years before us, some of them dead, some dying, and some still breathing peaceful air in far off corners of this same planet. In this new project that I vow to take, that I have, for now, named- "From the Archives of MAL" (The Maulana Azad Library), I intend to unearth as many of these stories as I can, while I am here. In this regard, I appreciate all of your intrigue, support and prayers. This shall be a journey.

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Aligarh Anime Club welcomes you to be a part of the most happening event of the season, the Artme Matsuri! A festival of #art and anime based off the #traditional #Japanese festivals. Please share and tweet and tell your friends before it's too late! 
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Aligarh Anime Club welcomes you to be a part of the most happening event of the season, the Artme Matsuri! A festival of and anime based off the festivals. Please share and tweet and tell your friends before it's too late!

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Today with Prof. Tariq Mansoor VC Aligarh Muslim University at Empowerment conference 2017
#aligarhmuslimuniversity 
#conference 
#vicechancellor 
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Today with Prof. Tariq Mansoor VC Aligarh Muslim University at Empowerment conference 2017

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Sir Syed Mosque. Heart of Aligarh Muslim University
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#aligarhmuslimuniversity #aligarhdiaries #amu #sirsyed #sirsyedchaman Instagram Photos | videos | post

Sir Syed Mosque. Heart of Aligarh Muslim University ________________________

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In the heart of this city lies a treasureland. A structure that would come to know with time, that with its morn began the morn of a Victorian 'era'. In 1877, merely a year after The Empress had ascended the throne here to be called now 'The Empress of India', did The First Earl of Lytton lay the foundation of the library named after him and granted it with intricately decorated leatherbound volumes of his self written poetry and prose. It was the same year when on this corner of the earth the phrases 'Muslim Education', 'Quran and Science' and 'Sir Syed' became the newfound and loved part of the vernacular, while on the opposite corner, Jim Crow was to become a way of life, torture was to be systematically legalised and the world to many was to be vividly separated into 'black' and 'white'.
A hundred and fourty years since its establishment now, when I walk in the corridors of this old monument, a sense of nostalgia takes over me. As I wander around, between rows and rows of old, battered books, searching for the ones that look seemingly untouched and intriguing, the feeling of nostalgia is overtaken by an intense longing for stories-- raw, forgotten stories that must be unearthed. These are silent stories that I am talking about, stories that don't scream and ask for your attention. They're lying happy in their hiding places, peacefully enjoying their long slumber between the pages of the books not many people want to read, books left unopened for decades--tired, sleeping books. These are stories of people who have lived here before us, people who read the same books a hundred years before us, some of them dead, some dying, and some still breathing peaceful air in far off corners of this same planet. 
In this new project that I vow to take, that I have, for now, named-

In the heart of this city lies a treasureland. A structure that would come to know with time, that with its morn began the morn of a Victorian 'era'. In 1877, merely a year after The Empress had ascended the throne here to be called now 'The Empress of India', did The First Earl of Lytton lay the foundation of the library named after him and granted it with intricately decorated leatherbound volumes of his self written poetry and prose. It was the same year when on this corner of the earth the phrases 'Muslim Education', 'Quran and Science' and 'Sir Syed' became the newfound and loved part of the vernacular, while on the opposite corner, Jim Crow was to become a way of life, torture was to be systematically legalised and the world to many was to be vividly separated into 'black' and 'white'. A hundred and fourty years since its establishment now, when I walk in the corridors of this old monument, a sense of nostalgia takes over me. As I wander around, between rows and rows of old, battered books, searching for the ones that look seemingly untouched and intriguing, the feeling of nostalgia is overtaken by an intense longing for stories-- raw, forgotten stories that must be unearthed. These are silent stories that I am talking about, stories that don't scream and ask for your attention. They're lying happy in their hiding places, peacefully enjoying their long slumber between the pages of the books not many people want to read, books left unopened for decades--tired, sleeping books. These are stories of people who have lived here before us, people who read the same books a hundred years before us, some of them dead, some dying, and some still breathing peaceful air in far off corners of this same planet. In this new project that I vow to take, that I have, for now, named- "From the Archives of MAL" (The Maulana Azad Library), I intend to unearth as many of these stories as I can, while I am here. In this regard, I appreciate all of your intrigue, support and prayers. This shall be a journey.

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Aligarh Anime Club welcomes you to be a part of the most happening event of the season, the Artme Matsuri! A festival of #art and anime based off the #traditional #Japanese festivals. Please share and tweet and tell your friends before it's too late! 
#festivalprep #animemusic #anime #manga #matsuri #aligarhmuslimuniversity #aligarh #amu #liveshow #music #foodfestival #animegoods #animeindia #aligarhanimeclub #artmematsuri #祭り#冬祭り#kennedyauditorium #foods Instagram Photos | videos | post

Aligarh Anime Club welcomes you to be a part of the most happening event of the season, the Artme Matsuri! A festival of and anime based off the festivals. Please share and tweet and tell your friends before it's too late!

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Check out our profile for the HD link .
Maulana Azad Library in 4K on Sir Syed Day.
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Check out our profile for the HD link . Maulana Azad Library in 4K on Sir Syed Day.

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O.m.g #Baarish#with#love#me#like#uh#do
By #HaiderSaifullah ..
Outstanding clip 
A deserving singer of #AligarhMuslimUniversity# Instagram Photos | videos | post

O.m.g By .. Outstanding clip A deserving singer of #

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