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October 24, 2010 | History

C. F. ANDREWS (Urdu translation of the 1949 biography in English) 1 edition

C. F. ANDREWS (Urdu translation of the 1949 biography in English)
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Charles Freer Andrews (1871-1940), English priest, an educator and Indian freedom fighter, was among the few English people who spent their entire lives for the service of humanity. Inspired by Gandhi’s civil rights struggle in South Africa and India, Andrews became a close friend of Gandhi who dubbed him as Christ’s Faithful Apostle. For Andrews’ humanitarian services and contribution to the Indian Independence Movement, Gandhi and Andrews’ pupils named him Deenabandhu or “Friend of the Poor”.
Benarsidas Chaturvedi, co-author of Andrews’ biography and the translator Ziauddin Ahmad Barni were friends and college fellows at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. Both were Andrews’ pupils. The original biography and its Urdu translation reflect a natural reverence towards Andrews. Z.A. Barni, the translator remained impressed by his teacher’s exemplary character and humanitarian mission in life. The translator as a Muslim strongly believed that Islam encouraged following all models of good behavior regardless of origin. The biography of Andrews also throws light on India under British colonial rule and the independence movement. It documents the typical snobbish attitude of the British whose desire to isolate themselves from the subject peoples reflects their mental xenophobia. The collective attitude of the British in their interaction with their subject people actually spurred a movement for independence on their part in all the areas under the colonial yoke. Mr. Chaturvedi, the Indian collaborator of Andrews’ biography, was assisted in his work by Marjorie Sykes, an English lady who held the “Andrews Memorial Chair” at Shantiniketan (near Calcutta) during the 18-month period when the book was being written. Like the informative and well-written original biography, its excellent translation is an interesting read.

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C. F. ANDREWS (Urdu translation by Ziauddin Ahmad Barni of the 1949 biography in English)
By Benarsidas Chaturvedi & Marjorie Sykes

Published 1952 by Ta'limi Markaz .
Written in Urdu.

About the Book

Urdu translation of the 1949 biography in English co-authored by Benarsidas Chaturvedi and Marjorie Sykes (Open Library ID # OL13980654M).

Table of Contents

Deebaacha az Mahaatma Gandhi (Preface by M.K. Gandhi)
Tamheed min-jaanib mutarjim (Introduction by the translator, Ziauddin Ahmad Barni)
Syed 'Asif Ali ka maktoob (letter of H.E. Syed Asif Ali, then Indian Ambassador to Egypt & ex-Governor, Odissa)
Andrews ki taSaaneef (List of Andrews' publications)
Ibtedaai Saal (The early years)
School aur College
Kaar-aamoozi ka zamaana
St. Stephen's College, Delhi
Hindustaan mein Eesaai kaleesa (Christian church in India)
Naa-ma'loom samandar (Unknown sea)
Shantiniketan aur Fiji (Shantiniketan & Fiji)
Paaband mu'aahida-e-mazdoori kaa khaatma (End of forced labour)
Jang kaa titimma - Amritsar
Jang kaa titimma - Afreeqa
Vishwaa Bhaarti
Ghurabaa par zulm (Cruelty on the poor)
'Aam-matun-naas par shafqat (Mercy on the common folk)
Afyoon ki tijaarat (Narcotic trade)
Janoobi Afreeqa (South Africa)
Pichhlay waaqe'aat -- zamaana-e-mustaqbil (Previous incidents - The future)
Amreeki safeer (An Ambassador in America: 1929 - 1930)
Gol-maiz conference (Round-table Conference)
Hindustaan-o-BarTaaniya (India and Britain)
Zanjebaar ka darmiyaani waqfa (Stay in Zanzibar)
Talabaa kay saath (With University students)
Ham Maseeh ko daikhnaa chaahtay hain (We want to see Jesus)

The Physical Object

Format
Hardcover (with jacket)
Pagination
o; 464p
Number of pages
464
Dimensions
7.5 x 5.2 x 1.2 inches
Weight
425 grams

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24392338M

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October 24, 2010 Edited by Riaz Ahmad Barni Added several details
October 24, 2010 Created by Riaz Ahmad Barni Added new book.