Source: Lala Lajpat Rai: Writings and Speeches, vol. 2, 1920-1928, ed. by Vijaya Chandra Joshi (Delhi: University Publishers, 1966), pp. 170-222. "Reproduced from the Tribune of 26, 28, 30 November and 3,5,7,10,11,12,13,14,16,17 December 1924." -- V. C. Joshi. Scanned and edited by FWP. Not a word has been changed, but in some cases punctuation has been slightly adjusted for clarity. All footnotes are those of the source text. Letters in square brackets mark the original paragraphs of the source text; these are sometimes extremely long, and so have often been broken into shorter ones for easier reading. All headings and other annotations in square brackets have been added by FWP for convenience in classroom use.

 
The Hindu-Muslim Problem (1924)

a series of thirteen newspaper articles
by *Lala Lajpat Rai* (1865-1928)
 

*1 -- [The Hindu-Muslim problem is the problem of India]*
*2 -- [The Unity Conference and the relativity of rights]*
*3 -- [Religions must be rationalised as much as possible]*
*4 -- [Narrow sectarianism holds us back from obtaining Swaraj]*
*5 -- ["Untouchables" and "Kafirs"]*
*6 -- [The history of communal representation]*
*7 -- [From Sir Syed Ahmed Khan to Iqbal]*
*8 -- [Pan-Islamism and its bankruptcy]*
*9 -- [Hindu revivalism and other communalist trends]*
*10 -- [The Shuddhi, Sanghathan, and Tanzim movements]*
*11 -- [Some suggestions for political improvements]*
*12 -- [A summary of my conclusions and advice]*
*13 -- [A plea for mutual co-operation]*
 

Of related interest:
*"Open Letters to Sir Syed Ahmed Khan" (1888) by Lala Lajpat Rai*




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