Dr. Farida Khanam

Dr. Farida Khanam is the Chairperson of CPS International. She is associate professor at the Department of Islamic Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. She has translated numerous books of Maulana Wahiduddin Khan in English and has written numerous books on Islam. This section has a compilation of her choicest articles.

Muslim Mahilaon ke Haq Mein                        PDF | Amar Ujala, New Delhi, August 23, p. 12

Ramzan And The Significance Of Fasting      PDF | The Times of India, New Delhi | Jun 8, 2017

Talaq Talaq Talaq                                            PDF | The Speaking Tree, Delhi | November 06,2016 |  New Age Islam 

Valuable Lessons From The Honeybee               PDF |  The Times of India, Delhi | June 25, 2016

The Holy Month of Fasting And Prayer               PDF |  The Times of India, Delhi | June 6, 2016

The Importance of Religion in Peace-Building        Diplomatic Square | March 07, 2016

‘What led man to create God?’                       PDF |  The Speaking Tree | February 21 | 2016

The Three Semitic Religions                           PDF |  The Speaking Tree | December 20 | 2015

The Holy Month Of Contemplation                   PDF | The Times of India | July 13, 2015

Peace-Building through Learning: The Islamic Perspective | WBCT-OUCIP | October 29, 2013 

Mehnat Aor Lagan se har Kaam Mumkin hi I PDF  I Rashtriya Sahara I 25th May 2012 I Page 7

How can you ban an idea?                                PDF   I TOI   I December 25, 2011  I Page 22

Reaching For Higher Ground                            PDF  I The Speaking Tree  I TOI  I April 29, 2010 | Page 14

Here's the truth behind the Veil                         Crest Edition  I TOI  I Week Jan.30 - Feb. 5, 2010 | Page 16

Spring-Clean Your Mind                                     Crest Edition  I TOI  I Week Dec.5 - Dec. 11, 2009 | Page 30

 Peace and  Mercy gone for a Toss                  PDF  I The Pioneer  I 24 Jan. 2001 I Page 5

The burqa is not a part of Islam but an element of Muslim culture and the distinction is important, TOI , January 30,2010  |  PDF