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Two early lectures by Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din: 1911/1913
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Two early lectures by Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din

1911: Allahabad, India
1913: Cambridge, England

There is a book entitled Four Lectures by Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din from which two lectures are given here in scanned image form:

1. Lecture at Allahabad, India, 9 January 1911. This is before Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din first went to England. This lecture was also published in the Ahmadiyya Movement English organ, The Review of Religions, February 1911.

At this link we provide further details of the convention at Allahabad at which he made this speech, and the speech in text form.

2. Lecture at the University of Cambridge, England, 27 April 1913. The following is an item of news about this lecture in The Islamic Review, May 1913, p. 122:

The Islamic Review, May 1913, p. 122

The other two lectures in the book Four Lectures by Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din are:

Special Features of Islam — his paper at the 6th Congress of Religions in Paris on 19 July 1913 (published also in The Review of Religions October 1913), available at this link.

The Free Religious Movement lecture at Steinway Hall, London, 5 November 1916 (published also in The Islamic Review, December 1916). Both this lecture and the one above (Special Features of Islam) are available in the reprinted book Islam to East and West, a collection of Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din’s lectures in various countries, available at this link.

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