Nadwat-ul-Ullama, Lucknow

1)Nadwatul Ulama is a council of Muslim theologians in India which was formed in 1893 in Kanpur. 

2) Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama (translated as, House of Knowledge and Assembly of Scholars University) is an Islamic seminary in Lucknow, India. It was established by the Nadwatul Ulama, a council of Muslim scholars on 26 September 1898.

3)The first manager of the council was Muhammad Ali Mungeri and the incumbent is Rabey Hasani Nadwi.

4) Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama, a famous Islamic seminary in Lucknow, was established on 26 September 1898.

Objectives and Significance of Nadwat-ul-Ullama, Lucknow

1)Nadwatul Ulama was formed with the aim to bring all the sects of Islam together irrespective of some of their differences in beliefs.

2)Nadwa means assembly and group, it was named so because it was constituted by a group of Indian Islamic scholars from different theological schools.

3)It is the educational body of Nadwatul Ulama which was formed in Kanpur in 1893. It was eventually shifted to Lucknow in 1898 

4)The Islamic curriculum was updated with modern sciences, mathematics, vocational training and the addition of an English Department.

5)On 2 September 1898, the office of the Nadwatul Ulama was shifted to Lucknow. The Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama was started on 26 September 1898.

Overall conclusion 

1)This educational institution draws large number of Muslim students from all over the world. 2)Nadwatul Ulama fosters a diverse range of both scholars and students including Hanafis (the predominant group), Shafi’is and Ahl al Hadith. 

3)It is one of very few institutes in the region to teach the Islamic sciences completely in Arabic.