Pakistan Education Declaration. Great Britain, 1933

Pakistan Education Declaration. Great Britain, 1933

March 27, 2018

Here the word "Pakistan" appears for the first time, more precisely - Pakstan, without any added later, for euphoria, i. All in the first paragraph:
"In this solemn hour [...] on behalf of our thirty million Muslim brothers living inPakistan: so we call the five northern provinces of India:Pexjab,BUTFgan provinceTOAshmir,WITHInd and Baloogistang".

(By the way, there is a double meaning: not only an abbreviation, but also "pak" -purityin Persian and Urdu: "Land of the Pure" or "Pure Land", I don’t know.

The author's name was Rahmat Ali; in fact, his name was only by name, for Rakhmat Ali was the name, there was no surname. It was a nickname stuck, which is considered the last name: Chaudhuri (landowner; probably, it would be closer to us - sir. Barin Rahmat-Ali).
Choudhary Rahmat Ali.
Rahmat Ali wanted one thing: the separation of Muslims from India into his own state, and here he can be called, without exaggeration, a Muslim separatist.
Few of him was Pakistan - he, a dreamer, dreamed of Dynia (complete separation of India and the surrounding areas into many small Muslim enclaves), but, fortunately, failed. Even the ocean was proposed for renaming: the Bay of Bengal was to become the Bangian Sea, part of the Arabian Sea along the Pakistani coast was to be called the Sea of ​​Pakistan, and so on.

The document itself was compiled by Rakhmat Ali either on the top floor of a London double-decker, or on a steamer during a walk along the Thames: sources say different things. It was printed in Cambridge, where the author studied (received a second degree), in the College of the Savior Emanuel.
Rahmat Ali was also there and died in 1951 of the flu, forgotten, not recognized as the country's ancestor, with obsessive mania - it seemed to him that he was being followed, getting ready to rob, kill, expelled from Pakistan in 1948 ... (By the way, they write he was intolerable in life, quarrelsome, paranoid and convinced that he was able to cure chickenpox by reading several lines from the Koran over a sick person).
Rahmat Ali is buried at the Newmarket Cemetery in Cambridge; his university tutor paid for the funeral;laterPakistan government reimbursed funeral expenses.

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