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Islam in South Asia; 6 Volumes / Hasan, Mushirul (Ed.)
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Hasan, Mushirul (Ed.)
 
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  Book ID : 32332
  ISBN-10 : 81-7304-741-3 / 8173047413
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7304-741-1 / 9788173047411
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2008 - 2009
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  346p.+296p.+270p.+393p., Index, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
Vol.1: Theory and Practice: Part I: Islam Observed: 1. Observation on the Mussulmans of India; 2. Concerning the Real Foundation of Mohummudanism; Part II: Islam Constructed: 3. Political Problems; 4. Pan Islamism or Political Mohammadaism; 5. Mahommedanism; 6. The New Mahomedans; 7. The Muhammadans; 8. Islam and its Children; People and Problems of India; 10. Mahomedan Domination; 11. Pundits and Elephants: Being the Experiences of five years as Governor of an Indian Province; 12. Hindus and Muslims; 13. The Incursion of Islam 14. Religious of India; Part III: Islam Interpreted: 15. Shuree, Herklots, crooke and Qanoon-e-Islam: Constructing an Ethnography of Moosulmans of India; 16. Islamic Thought in Relation to the Indian Context; 17. Islam the Impact of Print in South Asia; 18. Islam and Muslims in South Asia; 19. Too Little and Too Much: Reflections on Muslims in the History of India.
Vol.2: Encountering the West: Before and 1857: 1. The Travels of Mirza Abu Taleb Khan; 2. Mirza Abu Talib Khan; 3. Autobiography of Lutfuliah; 4. An Indian Prince and the French Revolution; 5. An Eighteenth-Century Indian History on Early British Administration; 6. Calcutta, 1806: Observation of an Iranian Scholar Traveller; 7. Lukhnow; 8. Muslim Culture and Religious Thought; 9. The Cause of the Indian Revolt; 10. The Story of the War of Independence, 1857-1858; 11. Dastanbuy; 12. Wazid Ali Shah in Matia Burj-The Mutiny.
Vol.3: The Realm of the Traditional: 1. The Ulama in British India; 2. The Ulama in Indian politics; 3. Problems in the history of the Farangi Mahall Family of learned and holy men; 4. Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan, and his Theological critics: The accusations of Ali Bakhsh Khan and Sir Sayyid's Rejoinder; 5. Muhammad Shibli Numani and the reform of Muslim Religious education; 6. Prefaces to the first and second edition of The Tarjuman al-Quran; 7. The Ulama of British India and the Hijrat of 1920; 8. The end of Khilafat in the Ottoman Dynasty; 9. The transmission of Islamic Reformist teachings to rural South Asia: the lessons of a case study; 10. Two conceptions of Dawa in India: Jamaat-i-Islami and Tablighi Jamaat; 11. God's Government: Jamaat-i-Islami of India.
Vol.4: The Realm of the Secular: Part I. Educational Awakening; Part II. Impressions; Part III. Self-Introspection; Part IV. Literature and Poetry; Part V. History Writing; Part VI. The Press; Part VII. Music, Drama, Wit and Humour.

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The volumes will covers India's encounter with the West; the search for a Islamic and secular identity in a colonial context; the intellectual struggle between modernist and traditionalists for the Islamic heritage; the regional and social tradition that have enable Muslims to develop a composite personality; and rise of Muslims nationalism leading to the creation of Pakistan. Literature, music, drama and wit and humour will be covered as well to illuminate aspects of social history.

Volume I reveals, with the aid of travellers, novelists, missionaries and administrators, how the notice of a distinct of exclusive Muslim identity come to be invented in the latter part of the nineteenth century. The second half of the volume, based on scholarly writings, provides a corrective to these image and representation.

Volume II introduces certain aspect of India's response to the West. It also includes travel literature which is becoming increasingly important, because culture theorists treat them as serious little jigsaw puzzles and social and cultural history.

Volume III recovers some of these voices in order to introduce a systematic exposition of the role of the ulama as well as other thinkers who functioned outside the realm of the traditional world.

Volume IV focuses on the significance of the secular within the broad framework of largely 'Muslim' concerns.

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