India Shook That Marriage
Sir Dinsha Petit, one of the richest people in Mumbai, was sitting at breakfast for breakfast. His favorite newspaper, ‘Bombay Chronicle’, was picked up by sitting on the food table. When the news reached the eighth page on the newspaper, the paper fell from his hand as he reached his eyes. The date was 20 April 1918. It was reported that Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the daughter of Sir Dinasha, got married in the evening before evening. Lady Ratti’s full name was Ratnabhai Petit. The beginning of the incident was more than two years ago.
Sir Dinsha invited his friend and Barrister Muhammad Ali Jinnah to visit Darjeeling. There was Lady Rati, daughter of Dinsha, 16 year old. At that time, Miss Ratti’s beauty in Mumbai was a matter of practice. And Mr. Jinnah then reached very close to the peak of Indian politics. Mr. Jinnah was about 40 years old; But in the snow of Darjeeling, the hill peaks and silent romantic atmosphere brought the two people closer to their mind. Lady Roti and Mr. Jinnah fell in love with each other. Age gap did not stand in the way of their love. At the time of Darjeeling tour, Muhammad Ali Jinnah proposed to marry his daughter to Sir Dinsha Petit. The author of the book, “Mr and Mrs. Jinnah – The Marriage That Shuk India” (Mr and Mrs. Jinnah, who had shocked India in the marriage) said in a book, “One day in Darjeeling, Mr. Jinnah questioned the views of Sir Dinasha about marriage between two religions.
Immediately, Ratti’s father replied that it would be beneficial to strengthen national unity when the two religions were matched with marriage. Mom in the moment Jinnah again opened his mouth and told Sir Dinasha that he wanted to marry his daughter. But being very excited by this proposal, Jinnah asked to leave his house at that moment, Sir Dinsha said. Mr. Jinnah could not change the mind of Sir Dinsha despite many attempts.
The friendship between the two religions will be strengthened when the bonding between the two religions will be firmly established, that the theory of Sir Dinshah fell on the first test.
Sir Dinsha, daughter of wealthy Parsee community, has issued a directive on Rati – as long as Rati is in her house, she can not meet Jinnah. There is no end The order came out from the court, Sir Dinsha, till Lady Ruti was an adult, Mr. Jinnah can not meet with her daughter so that
Sir Dinsha Petit could not stop writing Rati or Jinnah or writing letters to each other.
Professor Sharif al-Mujahid, another biographer from Muhammad Ali Jinnah, says, “On February 20, 1918, Lady Rathi passed 18 years. On that day, he left his father’s house with an umbrella and a pair of clothes. Jinnah took Rati to Jamia Mosque. Islam converted to Islam on April 18, the marriage of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Lady Rite was completed. Moin was mentioned in Tk 1001 at Nikahnama; But Jinnah gifted Rati a hundred and twenty five thousand rupees. At that time it was huge amount of money. Jinnah’s marriage to a 24-year-old girl was turned into number one of Indian society at that time.
In the spring of 1918, Jinnah and Rati’s joyful appearance seemed to be seen that they were created for each other. Rati’s movement, Adabakayada was like sight, but the people around them attracted the most, their smile.
Roti was quite obvious. Regarding a fun incident in this context, Razi Haider mentioned.
Lady Roti was sitting beside Lord Readings at the Viceroy in a banquet. The words of Germany were raised. Lord Reading said that he wanted to go to Germany, but after the war the Germans would not like the people of Britain, so they could not go there. Rati said on her face, ‘What are you coming to do in India?’ The indication is clear: Indians do not like you, why have you come to this country?
Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s busyness and his age difference between his age difference Jinnah and Rati gradually created some distance. Then there was no special time for a young woman and a child to give herself to the child’s coat. Razi Haider, however, thinks that the reason for the formation of a light distance between the two was political.
Roti was occasionally ill. Once upon a time when he returned home from France after being sick, Roti wrote a letter to her husband. Wrote, ‘Thank you so much for what you did for me. I did not want you as much as you wanted, and no man would have liked any woman. Remember me like the flower that you tear it. You do not have to remember that the flower that you have trampled on foot ‘.
On 20 February 1929, Rati Jinnah died at the age of just 29. During the last time, he was accompanied by Kanji Dwarka Das. Sheila Reddy writes, “Kanchi had said that Rati was very soft in the last days. Kanji later told a Pakistani journalist that she had committed suicide by eating many sleeping pills.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah was in the Western Court building in Delhi on that day. Then a trunk call came to him. On the other side of the phone was father-in-law Dinsha Petite. In the first ten years, the first two people are talking about. Mrs. Dinsha told the girl that she is very ill, Jinnah told the news. Immediately, Jinnah traveled to Mumbai on a train. On the way the telegram of the Viceroy and other enlightened people is coming, mourning wire. Jinnah realizes that there is no roti in this world. Jinnah went straight from the station to the graveyard All of them were waiting for him. As the closest relative, Jinnah is requested.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah was in the Western Court building in Delhi on that day. Then a trunk call came to him. On the other side of the phone was father-in-law Dinsha Petite. In the first ten years, the first two people are talking about. Mrs. Dinsha told the girl that she is very ill, Jinnah told the news. Immediately, Jinnah traveled to Mumbai on a train. On the way the telegram of the Viceroy and other enlightened people is coming, mourning wire. Jinnah realizes that there is no roti in this world. Jinnah went straight from the station to the graveyard All of them were waiting for him. When Jinnah was requested as the closest relative to give soil to Rati’s grave, Jinnah cried weeping. That was the first, and the last time Muhammad Ali Jinnah was seen to express his feelings to the public.