Preaching of Compatible of Ideology in Education Khojagi Akhmad Kosoni Makhdumi Azam
- 1Social Sciences Faculty, Samarkand Institute of Economics and Service, Uzbekistan
Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 5, Issue (5), Pages 22-25, May,14 (2016)
This paper aims to find out evangelization of compatibility in the example of ideology. Moreover, it accentuates Khojagi Akhmad Kosoni Makhdumi Azam’s life and his academic inheritance in the way of educational diffusion. Studies conclude the major outcomes of his lifelong experiences on the further studies with major outcomes.
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