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New Moon Sighted: Winds Of Change Quietly Blowing Across Madrasas In Hindi Heartland

Muslim scholars say there are about 50 madrasas in UP that are considered pioneers in education reforms. But, in the absence of a central regulatory body, their number is unknown.

New Moon Sighted: Winds Of Change Quietly Blowing Across Madrasas In Hindi Heartland
Photographs by Shubham Kumar Gupta
New Moon Sighted: Winds Of Change Quietly Blowing Across Madrasas In Hindi Heartland
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2021-10-04T19:38:34+05:30

“What does Oscar Wilde want to convey in this line, Sir?” pops a question from one of the 127 windows on the computer screen of Obaidur Rahman Nadwi (44), English teacher at Dar-ul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama, Lucknow, one of the most recognised madrasas in the country.

Nadwi, in white kurta and topi, with the English textbook in his left hand, explains with expressive actions of his right hand, as if he is teaching in a classroom. Today’s module is on Oscar Wilde’s short story The Selfish Giant.

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