Thursday, July 22, 2010

Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

The Father of the Nation

Introduction

Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad All Jinnah was a great leader. The cherished dream of a separate homeland for the Muslims of the Indo-Pak sub-continent was fulfilled under his inspiring leadership. He worked extraordinarily hard for the cause of the Muslims and the reward of the continued struggle came in the form of the creation of Pakistan on August 14, 1947.

Quaid-e-Azam and his team of dedicated workers had given enormous sacrifices for achieving their cherished goal. Pakistan had not come into being by mere chance or fluke. It had needed sacrifices of all sorts from the Muslims who stood firm and united under the dynamic leadership of Quaid-e-Azam.

Unfortunately, however, we have not been able to serve the country with the same spirit with which it had come into being. We have not been able to do full justice to our nation yet. Still there's time for the wakeup call. We can still make the difference by having the same spirit with which the country was created.

Q: What is the date of birth of Quaid-e-Azam"
A: December 25, 1876

Q: Where was Quaid-e-Azam born?
A: Karachi

Q: What was the name of the building where Quaid-e-Azam was born?
A: Wazir Mansion in Kharadar

Q: What was the name of his father?
A: Jinnahbhai Poonja

Q: What was the name of his mother?
A: Mithibai

Q: Name the ancestral village of Quaid's family?
A: Paneli in Kathiawar

Q: What was the name of Quaid's aunt who first took him to Bombay in his childhood?
A: Manbai

Q: Name the brothers and sisters of Quaid-e-Azam?
A: Rahmat, Maryam, Ahmed Ali, Bande Ali, Fatima, Sh in n

Q: What was his mother tongue?
A: Gujrati

Q: What was the profession of his father?
A: Business

Q: When did Quaid-e-Azam first marry?
A: 1892

Q: What was the name of his first wife?
A: Emibai

Q: When did his first wife die?
A: 1894

Q: When did his mother expire?
A: 1893

Q: When did his father die?
A: 1902

Q: What is the date of birth of Quaid's sister Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah?
A: July3l, 1891

Q: What was Fatima Jinnah titled?
A: Madar-e-MiIlat (Mother of the Nation)

Q: When did Quaid-e-Azam's second marriage take place?
A: Aprill9,1918

Q: What was the name of his second wife?
A: RatanBai

Q: What was the name of her father?
A: Sir Dinshaw Petit

Q: When was Quaid's only child born?
A: August 14, 1919

Q: What was the name of Quaid's only daughter?
A: Dina

Q: When did Quaid's second wife die?
A: February 20, 1929

Quaid-e-Azam Early Life

Q: When was the first tutor engaged to teach Quaid-e-Azam at home?
A: 1882

Q: Which school did he first join?
A: Sindh Madrassah-tul-lslam

Q: When was he admitted at Sindh Madrassah-tul-Islam?
A: July4, 1887

Q: When was he first taken to Bombay?
A: 1887

Q: Which school did he join during his brief stay in Bombay?
A: Anjuman-e-lslam School

Q: When was he readmitted at Sindh Madrassah-tul-Islam?
A: December23, 1887

Q: Which was the game he used to play in his schoof life?
A: Cricket

Q: At what age he took to horse riding
A: Ten years

Q: When did he leave Sindh Madrassah-tul-lslam?
A: January 30, 1892

Q: Which school did he join in after leaving Sindh Madrassah-tul-lslam?
A: Mission High School

Higher Education

Q: When did Quaid-e-Azam leave for England for higher studies?
A: December 1892

Q: On whose advice did he proceed to England?
A: Sir Leigh Croft

Q: In which bank did he open his account upon arrival in England?
A: Royal Bank of Scotland

Q: In which company did he begin apprenticeship in London?
A: GrahamTrading Company

Q: Which educational institution did he first join in Eng-land?
A: Lincoln,s lnn

Q: Why had he chosen to join Lincoln's Inn?
A: He specifically chose to join Lincoln's Inn because he noticed the name of Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) heading the list of the great-est law-givers of the world on a plaque at its main entrance.

Q: When did he join Lincoln's Inn?
A: June 25, 1893

Q: What was the aim of his voyage to England at first?
A: To establisth business over there

Q: When was the degree of Bar-at-Law conferred upon him?
A: April29, 1896

Q: Which library was first joined by him in England?
A: British Museum Library

Q: When did he change his surname from Jinnahbhai toJinnah?
A: 1893

Q: Who was the Prime Minister of England when Quaid-e-Azam was studying law in England?
A: William Ewart Gladstone

Q: Which were Quaid's favourite newspapers during his stay in England?
A: The Times, The Liberal Daily News and The Pall Mall Gazette

Q: When did he return from England after completing his education?
A: 1896


Q: When did Quaid-e-Azam leave for England for higher studies?
A: December 1892

Q: On whose advice did he proceed to England?
A: Sir Leigh Croft

Q: In which bank did he open his account upon arrival in England?
A: Royal Bank of Scotland

Q: In which company did he begin apprenticeship in London?
A: GrahamTrading Company

Q: Which educational institution did he first join in Eng-land?
A: Lincoln,s lnn

Q: Why had he chosen to join Lincoln's Inn?
A: He specifically chose to join Lincoln's Inn because he noticed the name of Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) heading the list of the great-est law-givers of the world on a plaque at its main entrance.

Q: When did he join Lincoln's Inn?
A: June 25, 1893

Q: What was the aim of his voyage to England at first?
A: To establisth business over there

Q: When was the degree of Bar-at-Law conferred upon him?
A: April29, 1896

Q: Which library was first joined by him in England?
A: British Museum Library

Q: When did he change his surname from Jinnahbhai toJinnah?
A: 1893

Q: Who was the Prime Minister of England when Quaid-e-Azam was studying law in England?
A: William Ewart Gladstone

Q: Which were Quaid's favourite newspapers during his stay in England?
A: The Times, The Liberal Daily News and The Pall Mall Gazette

Q: When did he return from England after completing his education?
A: 1896

Professional Career

Q: When did Ouaid-e-Azam commence his career as a professional lawyer?
A: 1896

Q: In which court did he first register himself as a barrister?
A: Bombay High Court

Q: When was he enrolled as a barrister at Bombay High Court?
A: August 24,1896

Q: To whom he was first introduced as a lawyer?
A: Advocate General of Bombay, Mac Pherson

Q: When was Quaid-e-Azam first appointed as Third Presidency Magistrate in Bombay?
A: 1900

Q: When did he become a member of Orient Club Bombay?
A: 1902

Q: When did he join Municipal Corporation Bombay as a legal advisor?
A: 1903

Q: When was he elected as member of Bombay Cor- poration?
A: 1904

Q: When was he nominated as a representative of Bombay Presidency Association to plead the In-dian case before the British electorate?
A: 1905

Q: When did he resign from the membership of Bom-bay Corporation?
A: 1907

Q: When did his political career begin?
A: 1906

Q: When did he join Indian National Congress?
A: 1906

Q: When did he join All fndia Muslim League?
A: 1913

Q: Who had invited him to join Muslim League?
A: Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar

Q: When was he elected Vice President of Indian Muslim Association?
A: 1907

Q: When was he elected member Executive Committee of Anjuman Zia-ul-Islam?
A: 1907

Q: When did he become Private Secretary to Congress President Dadabhai Naoroji?
A: 1906

Q: When was Qua id-e-Azam elected to Imperial Legislative Council of India?
A: 1909

Q: From which constituency he was elected to the Council?
A: Bombay Presidency

Q: When did he join Home Rule League?
A: 1916

Q: Who founded Home Rule League?
A: Annie Besant

Q: When did he leave Congress?
A: 1920

Q: Why had he resigned from Congress?
A: In protest of Gandhi's resolution of noncooperation movement against the British regime

Q: When did Quaid-e-Azam first become President of Muslim League?
A: 1916

Q: When did he present his famous 14 points?
A: March28,1929

Q: Where did he present them?
A: During the session of All India Muslim League at Delhi

Q: Why did he come up with his 14 points?
A: It was in response to the unjust Nehru Report which had fallen short of the just demands of the Muslims

Q: With whom did he represent the Muslim delega-tion in the first as well as the second Round Table Conference?
A: Maulana Muhammad All Jauhar

Q: Did Quaid-e-Azam join the Civil Disobedience. Movement which was launched by Gandhi ?
A: No. Because he was against violating the laws

Q: In how many Round Table Conferences did he participate?
A: Two

Q: When was the first conference held?
A: 1930.

Q: When was the second conference held?
A: 1932

Q: Were the conferences a success story?'
A: No

Q: When did Quaid-e-Azam return to India to reorganise Muslim League?
A: 1937

Q: Why was Quaid-e-Azam known as Ambassador of Peace and Unity?
A: He had worked. a great deal for Hlndu-Muslim unity as a result of which the annual sessions of both Congress as well as Muslim League were held at Lucknow in 1916

Q: Which historic meeting did the Ouaid preside in 1940?
A: The Lahore session of All India Muslim League in which the Pakistan Resolution was tabled and passed.

Q: What was the Pakistan Resolution?
A: In this resolution it was demanded that those ar eas of India where the Muslims were in majority should be formed into separate and independent Units .

Q: Who had tabled the Pakistan Resolution?
A: A K Fazle Haq

Q: Who had seconded the resolution?
A: Chaudhry Khaliq-uz-Zaman

Q: How many people were estimated to have attended the Lahore session of Muslim League in which the Pakistan Resolution was tabled and passed?
A: 100,000

Q: Where was the Annual Convention of Muslim League held in 1941?
A: Madras

Q: When did Quaid-e-Azam present his two-nation theory?
A: December 28, 1940

Q: Where had he presented the theory?
A: Ahmedabad

Q: When was All India Muslim Students Federation founded?
A: December 1937

Q: Where was the first meeting of the federation held?
A: Calcutta

Q: When did Nishat-e-Sania of Muslim League come into being?
A: October1937

Q: Where was that historic decision taken?
A: Lucknow

Q: When was All India Muslim League Volunteer Corps founded?
A: October1937

Q: Who was the founding Convenor of the Corps?
A: Abdul Haq Barklay

Q: Name the person who announced the title of Quald-e-Azam for Muhammad Ali Jinnah?
A: Ferozuddin Ahmed

Q: Where did he make that announcement?
A: During the Patna session of All India Muslim League

Q: When was the Women Wing of Muslim League established
A: 1937

Q: Who had helped Ouaid-e-Azam in the formation of Women Wing of Muslim League?
A: His sister Fatima Jinnah

Quaid-e-Azam life after Independence

Q: When did Quaid-e-Azam reach Karachi on the eve of Independence?
A: August 7, 1947

Q: Which city was declared as capital of Pakistan by Ouaid-e-Azam?
A: Karachi

Q: When did he chair first meeting of the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan?
A: August 12, 1947

Q: When did he host a banquet in the honour of Lord Mountbatten, the last viceroy of British India?
A: August l3, 1947

Q: When was Quaid-e-Azam sworn in as the first Governor General of Pakistan?
A: August l5, 1947

Q: Who had administered the oath from him?
A: Justice Sir Abdul Rashid

Q: When was Quaid-e-Azam given first civic reception by Karachi Metropolitan Corporation?
A: August 25, 1947

Q: Which was the first private factory to be inaugurated by Quaid-e-Azam?
A: Valika Textile Mills

Q: When did he inaugurate that factory?
A: September 26, 1947

Q: When did he first address the Armed Forces of Pakistan?
A: October 11, 1947

Q: When did he issue Banking Companies (Pakistan) Ordinance?
A: October 22, 1947

Q: When was National Guards Ordinance issued by him?
A: November 2, 1947

Q: When did he inaugurate Bengal Oil Mills?
A: February 2, 1948

Q: When did he perform the opening ceremony of State Bank of Pakistan?
A: July 1, 1948

Q: Which was the last public function attended by Quaid-e-Azam?
A: The opening ceremony of State Bank

Q: When did he move to Ziarat?
A: July 14,1948

Q: When did he move to Quetta?
A: August 13,1948

Q: When did he finally return to Karachi?
A: September 11, 1948

Q: When did he die?
A: September 11, 1948

Q: Where did he die?
A: Karachi

Q: Where was he buried?
A: Karachi

Q: When was he buried?
A: September 12, 1948

Q: How many people turned up in his funeral procession?
A: Nearly 0.6 million

Q: Who succeeded Quaid-e-Azam as Governor General of Pakistan?
A: Khwaja Nazimuddin

Miscallenous Questions

Q: Name the chowkidar who served Quaid-e-Azam in the Ziarat Residency in Balochistan?
A: TotiKhan

Q: What was the name of his personal physician?
A: Dr Col Elahi Bakhsh

Q: What was the name of his driver?
A: Muhammad Hanif Azad

Q: Which English poet did Quaid-e-Azam admire most?
A: William Shakespeare

Q: Which game did he like most?
A: Billiards

Q: Which other games did he himself play?
A: Cricket and golf

Q: Where is Jinnah Town Hall located?
A: Bombay

Q: What is the meaning of Jinnah?
A: Tall, slim or something similar

Q: What is the meaning of Ouaid-e-Azam?
A: Great Leader

Q: What was the motto of his life?
A: Unity, faith and discipline

Q: Which newspaper was founded by him?
A: Dawn

Q: How tall was Quaid-e-Azam?
A: Five feet and ten inches

Q: What was the colour of his eyes?
A: Black

Q: In which eye did he use to wear monocle?
A: Right

Q: In which city Ouaid-e-Azam University located?
A: Islamabad

Q: Who designed the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam?
A: Yahya Merchant

Q: Which country gifted the chandelier for the mausoleum?
A: China

Q: When was the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam com-pleted?
A: 1971

Q: What is the new name of Flag Staff House?
A: Quaid-e-Azam House Museum

Q: From whom Ouaid-e-Azam had purchased that building?
A: Sohrab Katrak Cawasjee

Q: When had Quaid-e-Azam acquired Flag Staff House?
A: 1943

Q: Who had inaugurated Quaid-e-Azam House Museum?
A: Hakim Muhammad Said

Compiled by: SAMINA ABDUL GHAFOOR Introduction by: SYED KHALID SHAH

10 comments:

  1. Nice work done....... Hope u will keep on adding more n more aspects of Quaid's life

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  2. GREAT EFFORTS TO KEEP ALL THE INFORMATION ABOUT QUAID THE GREAT..............:)

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  3. teray pas bohat faltu time hai kya?

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  4. Q. Who gave the title of Quaid-e-Azam to Muhammad Ali Jinnah Rehmatullah Alaih ?
    A. Maulana Mazharuddin Shaheed (Editor Al-Aman Dehli)

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  5. Q. Who is first Shaheed Of Pakistan?
    A. Maulana Mazharuddin Shaheed (Editor Al-Aman Dehli)

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  6. Q: Name the person who announced the title of Quald-e-Azam for Muhammad Ali Jinnah?
    A. Dear You tell a wrong answer of this question. The correct answer is Maulana Mazharuddin Shaheed (Editor Al-Aman Dehli) who gave the title of Quaid-e-Azam to Muhammad Ali Jinnah in 1938. For more details visit http://www.hamariweb.com/articles/article.aspx?id=27856

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  7. why did quaid-e-azam visit Enland in 1905?

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  8. nice collection

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  9. V.good Que/Ans good coollection

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