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Encyclopaedia of Islamic Culture and Civilization; 30 Volumes / Ashraf, Shahid (Ed.)
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Encyclopaedia of Islamic Culture and Civilization; 30 Volumes
Ashraf, Shahid (Ed.)
 
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  Book ID : 31869
  ISBN-10 : 81-261-2736-8 / 8126127368
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-261-2736-8 / 9788126127368
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2007
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  11896p., 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
Vol. 1: Concept of Islamic Culture: 1. Rise of Islam as a cultural force. 2. Principles of Islamic culture. 3. Salient features of Islamic culture. 4. Culture before Islam. 5. Rise of Islamic civilization. 6. Cultural movements. 7. Western view about Islamic culture. 8. Cultural centres. 9. Cultural reconstruction. 10. Practical aspects of culture.
Vol. 2: Foundations of Islamic Culture: 1. Message of Islam. 2. Islamic philosophy. 3. Fundamentals of Islamic culture. 4. Perception of God. 5. Messenger of God. 6. Basic faiths. 7. Fundamental practices. 8. Basis of religious culture. 9. Golden things. 10. Sources of inspiration. 11. Divine concept. 12. Holy models. 13. Ideal life. 14. Holy descendents. 15. Pious women. 16. The worshipping. 17. Socio-political system. 18. The spiritualism. 19. Social justice. 20. Universal dimensions.
Vol. 3: Relevance of Islamic Culture: 1. Contemporary relevance. 2. Pre-Islamic age. 3. Age of non-Islamic powers. 4. Islamic philosophy. 5. Rise of Islam. 6. Promotion of Islam. 7. Verdict of faith. 8. Islamic harmony. 9. Islam's legacy. 10. Scientific thought. 11. Modern relevance. 12. Various ideologies. 13. Contemporary challenge.
Vol. 4: Cultural Revolution of Islam: 1. Divine truth. 2. Prophet's contribution. 3. Conception of truth. 4. Message of truth. 5. Roots of wisdom. 6. Basic philosophy. 7. Islam's ideology. 8. Search for truth. 9. Crusade for the right. 10. Change by Islam. 11. Revolution all over.
Vol. 5: Social Revolution by Islamic Civilization: 1. Concept and perception. 2. Islam's impact. 3. Islam's legacy. 4. Social dimensions. 5. Natural rights. 6. Human rights. 7. Social liberties.
Vol. 6: Political Culture of Islam: 1. Eternal principles. 2. Eternal model. 3. Strategic culture. 4. Standard bearers. 5. Governing culture. 6. Guidelines for rulers. 7. Culture of rule. 8. Ideal governance. 9. Rule of law. 10. Constitutional basis. 11. Diplomatic culture. 12. Culture of peace.
Vol. 7: Legal Culture of Islam: 1. Tradition, the source of law. 2. Elements of law. 3. Contribution of faith. 4. Legal dimensions. 5. Judicial culture. 6. Principles of jurisprudence. 7. Concept of crime. 8. Unlawful acts. 9. Law for crimes. 10. Principles for evidence. 11. Laws for protection. 12. Muslims' privileges. 13. Equal rights for non-Muslims.
Vol. 8: Academic Culture of Islam: 1. Historic tradition. 2. Academic backdrop. 3. Prophet's legacy. 4. Preserved treasure. 5. Spirit of knowledge. 6. Recorded wisdom. 7. Academic angles. 8. Academic basis. 9. Academics and law. 10. Educational techniques. 11. Study material. 12. Academic disciplines. 13. Liberal attitude. 14. Basic education. 15. Educating females. 16. Academic staff. 17. Teacher's position. 18. Teacher's responsibility. 19. Female teachers. 20. Academic assessment. 21. Procurement of funds. 22. Household impact. 23. Physical dimensions. 24. Social aspects.
Vol. 9: Scientific Culture in Islam: 1. Introduction. 2. Traditional backdrop. 3. Divine command. 4. Cultivation and growth. 5. Development and evolution. 6. Confirmation by faith. 7. Religious angle. 8. Science as knowledge. 9. Various disciplines. 10. Paced promotion. 11. Various aspects.
Vol.10: Intellectual Culture of Islam: 1. Law of the heavens. 2. Exemplary leadership. 3. Islamic wisdom. 4. Institution of intellectualism. 5. Basis of intellect. 6. New trends in thoughts. 7. Islamic philosophy. 8. Religious culture. 9. Islamic beliefs. 10. Scientific thinking. 11. Islamic practices. 12. Ethical aspects. 13. Economic culture. 14. Misunderstood issues. 15. Islamic culture at test. 16. Coping with opponents.
Vol.11: Social Behaviour in Islamic Civilization: 1. Islamic social principles. 2. Perfect social life. 3. Practical religion. 4. Family life. 5. Particular norms. 6. Social behaviour. 7. Social manners. 8. Ethics of social life. 9. Norms for marriage. 10. Norms of divorce. 11. Debating etiquettes.
Vol.12: Social Aspects of Islamic Culture: 1. Everyday manners. 2. Standards of living. 3. Style of living. 4. Ideal manners. 5. Societal obligations. 6. Social etiquettes. 7. Societal bonds. 8. Common obligations. 9. Familial matters. 10. Respect for parents. 11. Obligations towards childrens. 12. Status of the relatives. 13. Friendly bonds. 14. Status of guests. 15. Community obligations.
Vol.13: Moral Aspects of Islamic Civilization: 1. Ethical ideology. 2. Moral values. 3. Moral concepts. 4. Ethical norms. 5. Sacred commands. 6. Ethical aspects. 7. Practical ethics. 8. Conquering odds. 9. Islamic fraternity. 10. Message of morality. 11. Contemporary principles. 12. Value of education.
Vol.14: Women's Role in Islamic Culture: 1. Islamic society. 2. Traditional background. 3. Social position. 4. Role in family. 5. Safeguards by law. 6. Rights of women. 7. Protection for women. 8. Ethical safeguards. 9. Reformative moves.
Vol.15: Cultural Impact of Islam: 1. Divine verdict. 2. Traditional influence. 3. Impact of Islam. 4. Universal brotherhood. 5. Lesson of obedience. 6. Fraternity and equality. 7. Social justice. 8. Political reforms. 9. Administrative reforms. 10. No war, no violence. 11. Universal peace.
Vol.16: Religious Culture in Islam: 1. Basic perceptions. 2. Faiths before Islam. 3. Islamic philosophy. 4. Roots of wisdom. 5. Fundamental elements. 6. Religious practices. 7. Regular observances. 8. Message for mankind. 9. Faith for ever. 10. Social system.
Vol.17: Ideology of Culture in Islam: 1. Basic ideology. 2. Quran in historical perspective. 3. Word of God. 4. Quranic percepts. 5. Quranic ethics. 6. Word of Prophet. 7. Islamic law. 8. Fundamentals of faith. 9. Iman and Islam. 10. Rules and regulations. 11. Practical application. 12. Ideology of war. 13. Ideology on polity. 14. Sources of revenue. 15. Practice of preaching. 16. Negation of imperialism. 17. Sufi belief. 18. Profile of a believer. 19. Conclusion.
Vol.18: Human Aspects of Islamic Civilization: 1. Islamic principles. 2. Islamic perception. 3. Fundamental principles. 4. Different perceptions. 5. Tradition and cultivation. 6. Evolution and development. 7. Basic rights. 8. Natural rights. 9. Rights bestowed by Islam. 10. Social security. 11. Social justice in Islam. 12. Justice for all.
Vol.19: Ethics in Islamic Culture: 1. Significance of Islamic culture. 2. Moral perceptions. 3. Ethical obligations. 4. Ethical behaviour. 5. The almighty. 6. Moral perfection. 7. Ethics as a rule. 8. Ethical laws. 9. Individual's character. 10. Social obligations. 11. Perfect society. 12. Ethics of humanity. 13. Human obligations.
Vol.20: Culture of Governance in Islam: 1. The backdrop. 2. Perception and conception. 3. Rule of almighty. 4. First head of state. 5. Functions of the head. 6. Evolution and development. 7. The pious Caliphs. 8. Developments after Prophet. 9. Monarchial rule. 10. Rise of dissenters. 11. Journey through medieval period. 12. Developments in modern period. 13. Divine law. 14. Origin of law. 15. Consensus of juristic opinion. 16. Coping with the challenge.
Vol.21: Judicial Culture in Islam: 1. Concept of Islamic law. 2. Historical background. 3. Roots of law. 4. Elements of law. 5. Aspects of law. 6. Islamic jurisprudence. 7. Classification of acts. 8. Legal capacity. 9. Administration of justice. 10. Procedure and evidence.
Vol.22: Fiscal Culture in Islam: 1. Islamic perceptions. 2. Perception and practice. 3. Islamic fiscal  system. 4. Historical backdrop. 5. Initial period. 6. The alms. 7. Taxation under Islam. 8. Role of bank. 9. Case for interest-free system. 10. Institution at the head. 11. Banking without interest. 12. The organisation. 13. Possible solutions. 14. Role of foreign investment. 15. Impact of interest. 16. Evils of interest.
Vol.23: Business Culture in Islam: 1. Islamic economy. 2. Historical backdrop. 3. The foundations. 4. Basic principles. 5. Role of intelligence. 6. Merchandise attributes. 7. Goods and services. 8. Acquisition of wealth. 9. Law of sale. 10. Interest-based banking system. 11. Partnership and pre-emption. 12. Concept of partnership. 13. Major school. 14. Other schools. 14. Modern partnership.
Vol.24: Family Culture in Islam: 1. The backdrop. 2. Respect to parents. 3. Women in Islam. 4. Wife's obligations. 5. Privileges for women. 6. Pride for women. 7. Women's rights. 8. Islamic perception of marriage. 9. Muslim marriage traditions. 10. The marriage essential. 11. Different marriage practices. 12. Divorce in Islam. 13. Special attention to children. 14. Affection for children. 15. Status of children. 16. Attitude towards children. 17. Institution of Purdah. 18. Law of inheritance. 19. Gender equality.
Vol.25: Culture of Education in Islam: 1. Perception of knowledge. 2. Evolution of philosophy. 3. Fundamental lessons. 4. Days of darkness. 5. Treasure of knowledge. 6. Educational tradition. 7. Basis of education. 8. Prophet, the great educator. 9. Basis of knowledge. 10. True power. 11. Great prospects. 12. Various branches of education. 13. Proven knowledge. 14. Psychological factors. 15. Treasure of wisdom. 16. Art of learning. 17. Methods of education. 18. Family norms for education. 19. Women education. 20. Rules and regulations. 21. Basic education. 22. Relevance in society. 23. Education and sports. 24. Role of state. 25. Highest goals. 26. Advancement of education. 27. Evolution of knowledge. 28. Promotion of education. 29. Development of science. 30. Development of geography. 31. Great men of letters.
Vol.26: Arts in Islamic Civilization: 1. Cultural backdrop. 2. Art under Islam. 3. Literature in Arabia. 4. Literature under Umayyads. 5. Literature under Abbasids. 6. Mamun's contribution to literature. 7. Hispanic literature. 8. Architecture, as an art. 9. Arab architecture. 10. Architectural decoration. 11. Art of calligraphy. 12. Art of paintings. 13. Music as an art.
Vol.27: Cultural Heritage of Islam: 1. Educational heritage. 2. Contribution of Umayyads. 3. Contribution of Abbasids. 4. Hispanic social fabric. 5. Islamic impact on Spain and Portugal. 6. Tradition of philosophy. 7. Tradition of literature. 8. Tradition of geography. 9. Tradition of science. 10. Tradition of astronomy. 11. Tradition of law. 12. Tradition of architecture. 13 Tradition of crafts. 14. Tradition of Sufism. 15. Excellent works. 16. Islamic impact on the continent.
Vol.28: Culture of Peace in Islam: 1. Islamic concept of peace. 2. Foundation of peace. 3. Security laws. 4. Statute for Muslims. 5. Statute for minorities. 6. Ideal character. 7. Leader of the believers. 8. Conditions for war. 9. Security of the capital. 10. War, the last resort. 11. Tactics in war. 12. A war free world. 13. Prophet's teaching. 14. Message from the pious. 14. Other ideologies.
Vol.29: Islamic Culture in India: 1. Impact of Islam. 2. Islamic heritage. 3. Muslim fraternity. 4. Institution of Sufism. 5. Turko-Islamic influence. 6. Economic culture of Delhi Sultanate. 7. Economic culture of Mughals. 8. Industrial culture of Mughals. 9. Administrative culture of Delhi Sultanate. 10. Ruling culture of Mughals. 11. Administrative culture of Mughals. 12. Legal culture of Mughals. 13. Confluence of two cultures. 14. Muslim's contribution. 15. Indo-Pak Muslim civilization. 16. Institution of Secularism in India.
Vol.30: Impact of Islam on Indian Culture: 1. Social culture in Medieval India. 2. Academic culture in medieval India. 3. Ancient literature. 4. Vernacular literature. 5. Mughal literature. 6. Patronage of literature by Mughals. 7. Turko-Islamic architecture. 8. Indo-Islamic architecture. 9. Mughal paintings. 10. Craft culture under Mughals. 11. Society in Medieval India. 12. Socio-economic culture in Medieval India. 13. Social life in Mughal India.

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Islam came on the scene, with a message, philosophy and code of conduct, perfect by all means, with its advent, the new faith revolutionised the contemporary world in a very short span of time. It also brought along with its beliefs and practices, a new culture, which gradually build a new civilization, now known as Islamic civilization.

Islam has made a great contribution to the development and growth of human civilization, education and intellect in particular and the whole society, in general. This well-known fact now that Muslims were leading the world of knowledge and wisdom, when Europe was still a dark continent, far behind in education and science. In the early era of Islam, the Muslims were in full command of the science and technology of the times. They not only unearthed, adopted and preserved the lost treasure of the Greek wisdom, but also promoted it to new heights. Muslim academics and scientists were among the leading lights of that period of history. They contributed a lot to the growth of all branches of knowledge, be that philosophy, logic, literature, geography, history, physics, chemistry, mathematics or medicine.

Islam is a scientific and progressive religion. All its teachings have a scientific and logical approach. Islam directs all its followers to learn, gain knowledge and master the arts and sciences of the contemporary world. Islam, as a living faith stands for spreading flight and eliminating darkness from the world. They contributed a lot to the growth of all branches of knowledge and thus enriched the new civilization.

This series, unique in its presentation, is perhaps first of its kind, to take all the great developments and changes over the centuries. All the significant aspects have been covered in these volumes. This multi-volume study is based on original (Holy Quran and traditions) and other authentic sources: Arabic, Persian and Urdu books and manuscripts. For further comprehension and comparative study, English books by Muslim scholars and as well as western writers have also been consulted at length. The painstaking research and thorough study of thousands of pages by a team of scholars over a period of time, has resulted in an authentic, comprehensive, exhaustive, exclusive, lengthy and still interesting work, which, is bound  to fill a big vacuum in Islamic studies to fill a big vacuum in Islamic studies and as well as the treasure of knowledge about culture and civilization.
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