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Published in the 1-15 Jan 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

Amity Institute names its library after a Muslim scholar

The Amity Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in Delhi has inaugurated on 18th December this year a new library named after a renowned Muslim leader of North India, the late Syed Mahmood Hasan. Started with a rich donation of over 1000 rare volumes made by his son and Founder-Chairman of the Institute, Professor Tahir Mahmood, the 'Syed Mahmood Hasan Memorial Law Library' is proposed to be developed as a centre of Excellence for Law. The late Syed Saheb was a student of the Aligarh Muslim University in its early years. After obtaining a Master's in Arabic and a Law degree from there in 1928, he had set up legal practice and earned a reputation for his legal acumen. He was among the founders of UP's Deeni Talimi Council and took an active part in the movements for the protection of Muslim personal law and AMU's minority character. Towards the end of his life he wrote a book Quran-e-Karim ki Basic Reader which has been posthumously published in several editions in Urdu, Hindi and English. Having breathed his last at Makkah Mukarramah on 18th December 1975, he is buried in the holy city's historic graveyard, the Jannat-ul-Mala. The library set up in his name contains a large number of unpublished PhD theses, reports of various commissions, SAARC documents and books on Middle East laws. The Amity National Foundation has also announced an annual award in his name to be given every year on 18th December to the "best disciplined student of Amity educational network. q

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