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Lal Khan sees it in the Stalinist degeneration of Marxism, its conversion into a dogmatic nationalist ideology; the result was that the party instead of being vanguard of working class became a pawn in game of foreign policy wars between USSR, China and USA.
Most of the revolutionary movements were abandoned in colonial countries to further foreign policy state interests of either USSR or China, whether it was Second World War or revolution of Arslan, n. ISSN Evolution and Trends of Progressive Historiography in Pakistan 7 Dr.
Arslan explains that the movement of becomes a petty bourgeois reaction of students and lumpen proletarians with only cultural implications, i.
Mubarak Ali and Ahmad Salim assumed the responsibility to take the lead of progressive history compilation amidst the high confusion about the future of this fragile school of thought. Dr Mubarak Ali, intellectual and historian of international repute, focused his energies to rewrite medieval and colonial history of India and produced around fifty books on mainly historical themes.
His work is commendable on at least four grounds. First, he took to himself the task of bringing history to the common man and impressing on him the relevance of this discipline to an understanding of contemporary times.
He put him at stake by taking to write popular history. His work could be looked down upon by those professional historians who wrote for a selective readership directly involved with the discipline. Notwithstanding that his books were for commoners, over the years they increasingly won wide acclaim. Secondly, by writing on themes other than political history and by bringing under the spotlight of historical inquiry subjects like society, culture, architecture, beliefs, attitudes, etc, Dr.
Mubarak Ali demonstrated how wide and multifaceted the discipline of history had become.
He wrote on diverse subjects such as the history of personal lives, eating habits, low-castes, slavery, dacoits, racism, cities, and war and peace, apart from political history of the Mughals and other Indian dynasties. Thirdly, Dr Mubarak Ali came up with a strong critique of the official historiography of our country raising fundamental questions challenging the authenticity of its underlying assumptions.
He holds that once moulded to fit in the ideological straitjacket of the state, history loses its objectivity and its relevance for human and social development.
Fourthly, Dr. Mubarak Ali took his discipline and its projection and popularization as a mission. In doing so he has been compelled to repeat his message which is understandable given the activist nature of his mission Dr. ISSN 8 Hussain, Bilal Dr. Ahmad Salim, on the other hand, is known for his variety and versatility of work.
In Z. Ahmad Salim joined the Council on Faiz's invitation. During his association with the National Council of Arts from through , Ahmad Salim operated the Folklore Research Centre and published material on Punjabi and Sindhi folklore. Ahmad Salim left the Council shortly after Faiz left that institution in His work is not only historic and literary but also full of courage and bravery.
Tariq Rahman of Quaid-i-Azam University, described him as a person with complete dedication to research and publications. He felicitated him for his extensive and one of the largest archives in Pakistan, build over a period of 50 years with collection of rare books from all around the world, especially on the struggle of leftist movement in Pakistan and beyond.
He lauded him for building and maintaining this archive single-handedly. Moreover, they look to the government to help with the social and economic needs. They resort to the government to take control of the social and economic problems of industrialization. Their main objective is to establish a system of government that puts the nation under control. Generally comprising mostly middle-class of the society, the progressives feel pressure from the lower and upper classes.
Middle-class people throw their stones, but cannot hit hard enough to knock the upper classes down. So, they try to find a strong political leader thriving for such a government system with a dogma that the middle-class stones cannot make much of a dent, but the rocks of the government can Arslan, n. ISSN Evolution and Trends of Progressive Historiography in Pakistan 9 obtain the whole inspiration from it and mould their ideas as the space and times aspire to.
Marxism is both the idea and legacy for the progressives. While it must be kept in mind while adhering to any of the dogma or belief that legacies — secular or theological — need to be looked and studied critically to see what went right or what went wrong during the time those people associated with the legacies were doing what they have become famous or infamous for.
Hence the historical process must be understood in continuum otherwise the historical consciousness is likely to be damaged. Thus; the progressive historiography requires from the progressive historians and other ardent followers that: 1. As far as the progressive beliefs which have given birth to the progressive philosophy and historiography must be seen in relation with the soil to which they are meant for. They vary from place to place and culture to culture. Same as the question of identity today cannot be related to religion but to the soil Aitzaz Ahsan, In order to manipulate progressive historiography with its all-embracing nature its subject matter can be revaluated in the light of divine guidance as Altaf Javed and other scholars are striving hard to bridge the gulf between socialism and religion.
Work of the progressive writers and historians should be reappraised to establish the discipline on solid grounds. Progressive Historiography as an academic discipline has been ignored; it is not being taught even in a single institute in the country especially in public sector organizations.
Progressive historiographers are required to effort hard to inculcate it as an academic discipline. He has not only influenced future historians, but offered analytical tools and definitions that aid in the study of history today. Hence the progressive historiography must be established as an academic discipline Int. ISSN 10 Hussain, Bilal and should be proliferated accordingly. In Pakistan, this discipline is at its initial stages; nonetheless, with the continuous strife it can be consolidated on the strong footing.
Mubarak Ali, and scholars like Ahmad Ali, Lal Khan, and Aitzaz Ahsan have borne the responsibility of establishing historiography on progressive footing. These efforts should be equally consolidated by the ardent followers of the discipline through dedication and hard work. At present, hundreds of blogs and websites are functioning to propagate the progressive ideas; these efforts must be collaborated to further the progressive historiography as an academic discipline.
Ahmad, S. Sibte Hassan ka Fikri Karnama. Research Forum, 6. Aitzaz Ahsan. Karachi: Oxford University Press. Arslan, A.
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Is there a concept of state that can be applied without constraints of space and time? Is secularism in contrast with religious values? Can culture and civilization be used interchangeably; what are the features that distinguish culture from civilization?
And, does religion have culture- or civilization-specific premise? Readers especially Is there a concept of state that can be applied without constraints of space and time? Readers especially Pakistani readers who are comfortable with English of western philosophy and political history are well aware of these discourses.
However, one hardly finds credible books on these issues in Urdu language. Sibte Hassan was a bold thinker. Afghan war was at its peak and religious clerics were encouraging the Pakistani masses to become part of this jihad in order to help their Afghan brethren to stop the evil of socialism. It was the time when religious rhetoric was encouraged and critical thinking was frowned upon.
In Naveed-e-Fikr , Hassan openly questions the deliberate overlapping of religion on state affairs, misuse and misinterpretation of historical facts, and historical role of religious seminary be it Christian, Islamic or otherwise in polluting the minds with narrow thinking.
Therefore, it has nothing to do with the matters of state. The significance of Naveed-e-Fikr lies in its attempt to bring the discourse to general public in a language they understand, at the time when discussing these things was hardly encouraged.
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