A TIME WITHOUT ENGLISH LANGUAGE – INSPIRATION OF THE ENGLISH ADMINISTRATOR – THE BEGINNINGS IN 1781 AD

A TIME WITHOUT ENGLISH LANGUAGE
INSPIRATION OF THE ENGLISH ADMINISTRATOR
THE BEGINNINGS IN 1781 AD

Hindu College

The English Administrators were annexing territory after territory n India. There was a need to spread their brand of culture and knowledge to people. Various bureaucrats were having their go at it. One administrator C. Grant studied the situation in India and realized that the Mughal influence in this area was through their introduction of the Persian language into main stream India. Very impressed. C. Grant wrote a memoir for his fellow Englishmen, and in it he referred to the success the Mughals had in introducing their way of life by changing Sanskrit into Persian. C. Grant felt that you could do the same by introduction of the English language. The decision and the result is in front of us. C. Grant had a very low opinion of the people.

C Grant 1797 Admission of inspiration document
Muslim Madarassa Calcutta

Language carries culture. Without language cultures are forsaken. Once upon a time Caliphs and Emperors and Sultans could not only read the Holy Quran but knew the meaning of the Holy Quran. Now benefit seeking priesthood is there to misguide people from the right path. That is why foreign lobbies always try their best to keep us away from our national language, that is URDU. You will find Urdu speaking public much more patriotic and sincere to Pakistan than the others. Rise Pakistan rise!

Charles Grant low opinion of Hindus

3 thoughts on “A TIME WITHOUT ENGLISH LANGUAGE – INSPIRATION OF THE ENGLISH ADMINISTRATOR – THE BEGINNINGS IN 1781 AD”

  1. Dear Arif

    So nice of you that you are in the front row among those people that are passionate to guide our new generation about our glorious past. Keep it up.

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