Badruddin Tyabji was born on October 8, 1844 in a wealthy Muslim family in Mumbai. After completing his early education, he went to England to pursue law education and returned from there as a barrister. After this he started practicing law in the Mumbai High Court. When he started practicing, there was no Indian lawyer or judge in the Bombay High Court. He formed an organization called “Anjuman-e-Islam” in Mumbai, “Mumbai Presidents Association” to promote education among Muslims. Coming in contact with Firoz Shah Mehta, Dadabhai Naoroji, Umesh Chandra Banerjee, he also started taking interest in public works. He was later appointed as a judge. Tyabji decided to release Tilak on bail in the sedition case against Bal Gangadhar Tilak. He died on 19 August 1906.
Contribution of Badruddin Tyab in the field of education
Badruddin Tyab ji wanted that just as people of other religions are progressing after getting education, similarly those who believe in Islam should also get good education and become successful people in life. For this purpose, Badruddin Tyab ji started an organization named ‘Anjuman-e-Islam’. Apart from this, he also formed the Mumbai Presidency Association to inculcate the spirit of getting education among the people who believe in Islam. Badruddin Tyab ji was one such person who was in favor of giving freedom to women. At the same time, he used to ask all the people to give education and this is the reason why he also inspired his daughter to get good education.
When did Badruddin Tyab die
Tyab ji died on 19 August 1909.
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