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ISLAMIC EDUCATION AT MUGHAL KINGDOM IN INDIA (1526-1857)
suyanta, sri ( English Department of Faculty of Islamic (UIN) Ar-Raniry Banda Aceh, Indonesia)
ikhlas, silfia ( UIN Ar-Raniry Banda Aceh, Indonesia)
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
19 Jul 2016
 
One of the legacies of Islamic civilization in India was the Mughal dynasti. The existence of this kingdom has been the motivation for the new revival of the old civilization in the Indian subcontinent who almost drowned. India is a region where growth and development of Hindu civilization. With the presence of the Mughal dynasti, so the glory of India with Hindu civilization is drowning reappeared. Recorded in the history of Islam, the Mughal dynasti was established in the middle priode. After the mid-over, appeared three great kingdoms to rebuild the progress of Muslims. Among the major kingdoms are royal Mughal. Thirdly the crown can already be categorized as a superpower in those days. Because of the greatness of the kingdom has been able to master the economic, political as well as military and able to develop the culture of the monumental.Islamic education at the time of the Mughal dynasti in India gained considerable attention, for this purpose the royal push to make the mosque as a place of worship other than as a place of religious learning for the community. In the mosque indeed has provided scholars who will give lessons variety of religious knowledge. In fact, in the mosque have also been provided special rooms for those students who want to stay in the mosque for his education. Therefore, almost every mosque is the development of certain religious sciences with specialist teachers.After a half-century Mughal dynasty was at the peak of his glory, the successor Aurangzeb was not able to maintain the greatness that has been fostered by the sultans before. In the 18th century this kingdom entered a period of decline. Political power began to decline, the succession of leadership at the national level becomes the arena of struggle for, a separatist movement in the central Indian Hindu, Sikh in the northern hemisphere and Islam in the East are increasingly threatened. Meanwhile, British traders for the first time allowed by Jehangir invest in India, supported by the armed forces of the stronger control of the coastal territory.
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