Muslim world in general and Indian Muslims in particular are facing several challenges due to complex politico-economic and socio cultural factors. India has the second largest concentration of Muslims in the world next only to Indonesia. The Socio economic and educational progress of Indian Muslims is a decisive factor that will determine the secular fabric and democratic ethos of the whole Indian nation. Several heroic efforts have been taken in order to raise the social educational and economic status of the Indian Muslims. But they are still in a deplorably backward condition. Muslims have to build their future by their own effort and improve their socio economic and educational status. A new leadership has to be born and gigantic efforts have to be taken in order to raise the community to a level comparable to other advanced societies. The holy Quran states “verily never will Allah change the condition of a people until they change it themselves” (with their own inherent strength).