Saturday, August 13, 2011

Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah

    Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah


      Appreciating flowers in the garden

      Relaxing on a bench in gardenRelaxing in the gardenWith Fatima Jinnah, on a holiday trip
      Kashmir photo. Quaid,Dina,Begum Liaqat Ali KhanHorse-riding during a holidayQuaid,Fatima Jinnah,Nawabzada & Begum Liaqat Ali KhanPlaying billiards
      With All India Muslim League leadersWith Fatima Jinnah,Nawabzada & Begum Liaqat Ali KhanEnjoying a lake sceneIn a party of Mir Jafar Khan
      The Family

      Jinnah's Father

      With Fatima JinnahJinnah's Wife (Mrs.Ruttenbai Jinnah)Quaid's brother Ahmed Ali with Wife
      With Fatima JinnahJinnah in familydress December(1896)With Fatima JinnahWith Fatima Jinnah
      Quaid with daughter, DinaWith Fatima JinnahWith Fatima JinnahWith Fatima jinnah & Daughter, Dina

      Pakistan Movement

      Quaid-e-Azam at All-India Muslim League Lahore Session(March,1940)

      Quaid-e-Azam is presiding over the SessionQuaid-e-Azam visit the Head Office of the City Muslim League,Kanpur,1941Photograph during the All-India Muslim League Session at Lahore
      Arrival in the city in March,1941Quaid-e-Azam being taken in a huge procession on his arrival in the city in March,1941Hoisting the flag of the All-India Muslim Students Fedreation Meeting,KanpurAddressing the meeting at Kanpur
      Quaid-e-Azam with other Muslim leaders to attend the 29th Session of the All-India Muslim League at Allabad(1942)Quaid-e-Azam shaking hands with Stafford Cripps at DelhiIn huge procession on his arrival at the All-India Muslim League Session(1942),AllabadView of the procession at Allahbad
      Addressing the Allahbad sessionJullander Railway Station where Quaid-e-Azam arrived to perform the opening ceremony of Islamia College(Nov,1942)Punjab Muslim Federation,Jullundar.Mian Bashir Ahamad is reciting his poemQuaid-e-Azam leading a procession in Delhi(1943)
      With Fatima Jinnah on arrival at Quetta(July,1943)Quaide-e-Azam leading a procession in Quetta(1943)Proceeding to preside over a meeting of the Muslim Student federation,Quetta(1943)Quaid-e-Azam with the tribal leaders at Quetta
      Speaking after the Flag hoisting Ceremony,Quetta,1943Addressing a meeting of Muslims at Bandra,Bombay(1943)At tea party in his honour by Qazi Isa at his residence in QuettaQuaid arriving to attend the 31st Annual Session of All-India Muslim League at Karachi, 1943




      The Governor General

      Quaid-e-Azam arrived at the Karachi Airport

      Listening to the Address of Lord Mountbatten in the Constituent Assembly on 14 August, 1947The Quaid-e-Azam and Fatima Jinnah, Karachi, 14 August, 1947Quaid-e-Azam replying to the Address by Lord Mountbatten in Constituent Assembly on 14 August,1947
      Quaid-e-Azam being administered the oath of office of the Governor Genral by the Chief Justice of PakistanSigning the register as the first Governor General of the newly created State of PakistanQuaid-e-Azam and Liaqat Ali Khan in the Constituent Assembly,1947Liaqat Ali Khan signs the register as the first Prime Minister of Pakistan
      Quaid and Fatima Jinnah arriving at the Independence Day CelebrationsPresiding over a Session of the Constituent AssemblyQuaid-e-Azam at a function at the Governor General House,karachiInspecting a contingent of the Pakistan Navy
      Guard of Honour being presented to the Quaid-e-Azam as the Governor General of PakistanAt the Naval Base at Karachi,1947Arriving the Civic Reception given in his honour by the Karachi Municipal Corporation in Augest,1947Gala independence Day on 14 August,1947,in the Governor General House in Karachi
      Replying to the Civic Address at the Karachi Municipal CorporationWith the Vice-Chancellor of the Punjab University,1947Cutting his Birthday cake on 25 December,1947 in KarachiQuaid-e-Azam and Fatima Jinnah at a diplomatic reception at Karachi
      The Quaid takes salute at a PAF Parade at Dhaka, December, 1947The Quaid and Fatima Jinnah at preview of a documentary film "In Our Midst" at a cinema house in Karachi(1948)At a reception at the Sindh Chief Court at KarachiThe Quaid commissioning a Naval Ship(dilawar)
      Arrives to attend a Scout Rally at KarachiQuaid's arrival at Sibi in 1948Addressing the Shahi Darbar at SibiWith a group of Quetta Students
      Watching a sports meet at Sibi in March,1948Addressing a huge public meeting at Chittagong,1948Quaid-e-Azam witnessing a parade of Ack Ack Regiment,Karachi, 1948Inspecting an Anti-Aircraft Gun at Malir ,Karachi
      The Last Journey

      The Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah , who changed the destiny of the Muslims of the South-Asia Subcontinent, breathed his last on 11 September, 1948

      The Quaid-e-Millat Liaquat Ali Khan stands beside the Janaza of the Quaid-e-Azam. The huge crowd of mourners can be seen in the backgroundFatima Jinnah and Quaid's daughter Dina (extreme left) weep as the body of the Quaid is being lowered in the graveRose petals are being showered on the Quaid's grave

      The Statesman

      Party given by Muslim Students in London

      Quaid-e-Azam at the Afgan Border (1935)Addressing a gathering(Badshahi Mosque,Lahore1936)All-India Muslim League meeting
      A view of 24th Session of All-India Muslim League at Bombay(1936)Muslim League Conference(1938) Quaid-e-Azam with Haji Abdullah HaroonA view of the Sindh Muslim League Conference held at Karachi(December,1938)Muslim League procession in Karachi(December,1938)
      Muslim League procession in Karachi(Quaid-e-Azam seen in a Buggy)Quiad-e-Azam passing through a street of Karachi(December,1938)Reply to the Welcome addressA view of the Civic Reception
      Begum M.Ali addressing while the Quaid-e-Azam is seen clappingThe 26th All-India Muslim League Session at Patna(December,1938)Quaide-e-Azam And Liaqat Ali Khan seen on the StageAddressing a meeting of All India Muslim League Council(1939)

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