Muslim Politics in India


Author: Srikanta Ghosh
Publisher: APH Publishing
ISBN: 9788170240709
Category: Political Science
Page: 160
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Muslim Political Thought In India


Author: Mohamed Taher
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: India
Page: 296
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Muslim Political Thought In India During The Fourteenth Century; Islam In India Before Shah Waliullah; Muslim Nationalism: Conflicting Ideologies Of Dara Shikoh And Aurangzeb; Nationalist Ulama S Interpretation Of Shah Wali Allah S Thought And Movement; Muslim Political Thought And Activity In India During The 19Th Century; The Mujahidin Movement In Modern India; The Jihad Movement Of Sayyid Ahmad And Ambella Expedition; Genesis Of Muslim Nationalism: Enayat Ali And Abdullah; Ulama In Changing Society; The Shaikh Al-Islam In Indian History; The Decline Of The Role Of The Qadis In India Etc. Are The Main Topics, Elaborately Dealt In This Book.Students, Scholars Of Religion, Philosophy, Politics And History Will Find This Book Most Useful And Informative.

Growth of Muslim Politics in India


Author: Zafar-ul-Islam
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: India
Page: 19
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Muslim Politics in Secular India


Author: Hamid Umar Dalwai
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Muslims
Page: 160
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Muslim politics in modern India, 1857-1947


Author: Mushir U. Haq
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: History
Page: 171
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Rise of Muslims in Indian politics

an analysis of developments from 1885 to 1906
Author: Rafiq Zakaria
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: History
Page: 427
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Language, Religion and Politics in North India


Author: Paul R. Brass
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595343945
Category: History
Page: 484
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This book is recognized as a classic study both of the politics of language and religion in India and of ethnic and nationalist movements in general. It received overwhelmingly favorable reviews across disciplinary and international boundaries at first publication, characterized as "a masterly conceptual analysis of language, religion, ethnic groups, and nationhood", "a monumental work", "of interest to all political scientists", one that "should be required reading for any politically concerned person" in the United Kingdom (from a TLS review), a work whose "value and importance can scarcely be overstated", with "no competitor in the same class".

Muslim Political Discourse in Postcolonial India

Monuments, Memory, Contestation
Author: Hilal Ahmed
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131755955X
Category: Philosophy
Page: 344
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The book examines the postcolonial Muslim political discourse through monuments. It establishes a link between the process by which historic buildings become monuments and the gradual transformation of these historic/legal entities into political objects. The author studies the multiple interpretations of Indo-Islamic historical buildings as ‘political sites’ as well as emerging Muslim religiosities and the internal configurations of Muslim politics in India. He also looks at the modes by which a memory of a royal Muslim past is articulated for political mobilisation. Raising critical questions such as whether Muslim responses to political questions are homogenous, the book will greatly interest researchers and students of political science, modern Indian history, sociology, as well as the general reader interested in contemporary India.

Separatism Among Indian Muslims

The Politics of the United Provinces' Muslims, 1860-1923
Author: Francis Robinson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521048265
Category: History
Page: 488
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This book examines the position of Muslims in any one province.

Muslim Politics in Bihar

Changing Contours
Author: Mohammad Sajjad
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317559819
Category: History
Page: 396
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This book studies the engagement of various Muslim communities with Bihar politics from colonial times to present-day India. It debunks several myths in highlighting Muslim resistance to the Two-Nation theory, and counters the ‘Isolation Syndrome’ faced by Muslim communities after Independence. Using rare archival sources and hitherto unexamined Urdu texts, this book offers a nuanced exploration of complex themes such as the struggle against Bengali hegemony, communalism, regionalism and alienation before Independence, recent language politics, the political assertion of low-caste Muslims in current Bihar, as well as their quest for social and gender justice. An important contribution to the study of South Asian Islam, this book will interest students and scholars of modern Indian history, politics, sociology, religion, gender, and minority studies.

Islam in Indian politics


Author: Moin Shakir
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Political Science
Page: 131
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The Growth of Muslim politics in India, 1900-1919


Author: Shan Muhammad
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Political Science
Page: 227
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Growth of Muslim Politics in India


Author: Yaduvansh Bahadur Mathur
Publisher: Delhi : Pragati
ISBN: N.A
Category: India
Page: 359
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A political history of Indian Muslims, 1858-1947


Author: Ram Gopal
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: History
Page: 351
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Muslims in India

Attitudes, Adjustments, and Reactions
Author: Qamar Hasan
Publisher: Northern Book Centre
ISBN: 9788185119267
Category: Social Science
Page: 252
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The work is unique in the sense that it has not only delved into historical antecedents of the contemporary attitudes of the new generation of Indian Muslims, but has also brought out their adjustment mechanisms and reactions to the demands which are made upon them from a section of the majority. For the understanding of different aspects of behaviour of the minority vis-a-vis the majority, the author has liberally drawn upon the relevant literature of three branches of social sciences, viz., Psychology, Sociology and Political Science. The studies of minority-majority relations elsewhere are referred to for making the reader aware that to a very large extent minorities, wherever they are found, behave in the similar way. Reviews “... The perspective offered by the author in the present study augurs well for the cause of nation-building in the specific context of the persisting and ever elusive communal problem in India.†Prof. Iqbal Narain “The publication is so fascinating that I read more than half by the time I reached Lucknow†. Prof. H.S. Asthana “The first full length study of the mass psychology of the Muslim mind after Mujib’s The Indian Musilms .... Qamar Hasan has used the tools of academic research to study the Muslim factor in Indian Politics... read it because it is a same voice in the madness all around. Tapan Basu, Sunday “The book clearly brings out reactions indicative of fear of domination and urge to dominate ... the book has made a definite contribution in the understanding of inter-and intra-group relationships.†Pramod Kumar “The author must be complimented for his bold and frank revelations about the attitudes of Muslims and Hindus towards each other, their self appraisals and their assessment.†Dr. K. Ravichandra, Review Projector, Vol. VIII, Nos. 10–12 “The causes and cures of the serious problems bedevilling relations between the Muslim minority in India and the Hindu majority badly need studying within a socio-psychological framework. Qamar Hasan is on the right track for a social scientist to throw light on the problems of his people, but he needs to settle on just one frame of reference and typology and then test some bolder hypotheses.’’

Muslim politics in Bengal, 1937-1947


Author: Shila Sen
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Bengal (India)
Page: 310
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Everyday Peace Politics, Citizenship and Muslim Lives in India


Author: Philippa Williams
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118837800
Category: Political Science
Page: 248
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Providing important insights into political geography, the politics of peace, and South Asian studies, this book explores everyday peace in northern India as it is experienced by the Hindu-Muslim community. Challenges normative understandings of Hindu-Muslim relations as relentlessly violent and the notion of peace as a romantic endpoint occurring only after violence and political maneuverings Examines the ways in which geographical concepts such as space, place, and scale can inform and problematize understandings of peace Redefines the politics of peace, as well as concepts of citizenship, agency, secular politics, and democracy Based on over 14 months of qualitative and archival research in the city of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, India

The Production of Hindu-Muslim Violence in Contemporary India


Author: Paul R. Brass
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295800607
Category: Social Science
Page: 448
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Chronic Hindu-Muslim rioting in India has created a situation in which communal violence is both so normal and so varied in its manifestations that it would seem to defy effective analysis. Paul R. Brass, one of the world�s preeminent experts on South Asia, has tracked more than half a century�s riots in the north Indian city of Aligarh. This book is the culmination of a lifetime�s thinking about the dynamics of institutionalized intergroup violence in northern India, covering the last three decades of British rule as well as the entire post-Independence history of Aligarh. Brass exposes the mechanisms by which endemic communal violence is deliberately provoked and sustained. He convincingly implicates the police, criminal elements, members of Aligarh�s business community, and many of its leading political actors in the continuous effort to �produce� communal violence. Much like a theatrical production, specific roles are played, with phases for rehearsal, staging, and interpretation. In this way, riots become key historical markers in the struggle for political, economic, and social dominance of one community over another. In the course of demonstrating how riots have been produced in Aligarh, Brass offers a compelling argument for abandoning or refining a number of widely held views about the supposed causes of communal violence, not just in India but throughout the rest of the world. An important addition to the literature on Indian and South Asian politics, this book is also an invaluable contribution to our understanding of the interplay of nationalism, ethnicity, religion, and collective violence, wherever it occurs.

The Muslims of British India


Author: Hardy
Publisher: CUP Archive
ISBN: 9780521097833
Category: History
Page: 306
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Dr Hardy has attempted a general history of British India's Muslims with a deeper perspective. He shows how the interplay of memories of past Muslim supremacy, Islamic religious aspirations and modern Muslim social and economic anxieties with the political needs of the alien ruling power gradually fostered a separate Muslim politics. Dr Hardy argues (contrary to the usual view) that Muslims were able to take political initiatives because, in the region of modern Uttar Pradesh, British rule before 1857 and even the events of the Mutiny and Rebellion of 1857-8 had not been economically disastrous for most of them. He stresses the force of religion in the growth of Muslim political separatism, showing how the 'modernists' kept the conversation among Muslims within Islamic postulates and underlining the role of the traditional scholars in heightening popular religious feeling. Regarding any sense of Muslim political unity and nationhood as an outcome of the period of British rule, Dr Hardy shows the limitations and frailty of that unity and nationhood by 1947.