, thousand rupees to compensate for the loss of his property in Delhi, which was estimated at Rs. 30,384

M. Malik and . Shakespeare, Alexander, the local Commissioner, that Sir Sayyid should benefit from a pension of 200 rupees on a monthly basis in perpetuity, or for his own life and that of his eldest son (ibid.). Later on, by the same token, Sir Sayyid was to be invited to Britain in 1869 where he received a hero's welcome and had his pamphlet Asbab-i Baghawat-i Hind

M. Y. Abbasi, The Genesis of Muslim Fundamentalism in British India, 1987.

A. Khan and G. , Educational Conditions of Indian Muslims During the Nineteenth Century, Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society, vol.LII, p.1, 2004.

G. A. Almond and S. Verba, The Civic Culture; Political Attitudes and Democracy in Five Nations, 1963.

K. K. Aziz, The Making of Pakistan: A Study in Nationalism, Chattos & Windus, 1967.

B. Chandra, A. Tripathi, and B. De, , 1983.

. Chpra, Ministry of Education and Social Welfare, 1973. David, S. The Indian Mutiny: 1857, vol.II, 2002.

A. R. Desai, Social Background of Indian Nationalism, 1959.

K. Fieling, . History, and . England, From the coming of the English to 1918, 1972.

C. A. Galbraith, R. Mehta, and . India, Now and through Time, 1980.

C. Hibbert, The Great Mutiny: India 1857, 1978.

, Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan's view of the Causes of the Great Revolt

E. J. Hobsbawm, The Economic History of Britain : Volume III : Industry and Empire : from 1750 to the Present, 1990.

M. A. Karandikar, Islam in India's Transition to Modernity

H. Malik, Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan and Muslim Modernization in India and Pakistan, 1980.

T. R. Metcalf, The Aftermath of Revolt: India 1857-1870, 1965.

, Writings and Speeches of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, 1972.

J. P. Morris and . Britannica, The Climax of an Empire, 1979.

, The Aligarh Movement: Basic Documents, pp.1864-1898, 1978.

B. Prasad, Bondage and Freedom: A History of Modern India (1707-1947): Volume I: Bondage, pp.1707-1858, 1981.

A. Read and D. Fisher, The Proudest Day: India's Long Road to Independence, 1998.

P. Spear, A History of India: From the Sixteenth Century to the Twentieth Century, 1990.

. Taha, M. Syed, and N. Afzal, Separation or Separate Nations: Two-NationTheory Reconsidered, Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society, vol.L, pp.1-2, 2002.

S. R. Wasti, Constitutional Development from 1858 to 1906, Muslim Struggle for Freedom in India, 1993.

A. Wild, The East India Company: Trade and Conquest from 1600, 2000.