Author: Eminent ContributorsEditor(s): Asghar Ali EngineerPublisher: Indian Council for Cultural RelationsYear: 2002Language: EnglishPages: 175ISBN/UPC (if available): 8175411155
This book contains erudite essays by noted scholars in Islam from various countries. Islam in India has richly contributed to its culture and civilization. There is no area in which Islam’s impact has not been felt in India. From architecture to music to painting to historiography Muslims have left their imprint in every field. The renowned scholars in respective fields have contributed their essays to this volume.The readers will immensely benefit from reading this volume about impact of Islam on Indian culture, whether they are scholars or lay readers, they will benefit from study of this volume.
FOREWORDIntroductionThe Role of Ibn Battuta in Writing the History of IndiaIndia's Interface with IslamSlavery and Kingship among the Indian Gentry in the Late Eighteenth CenturyIndo-Islamic Cultural InterfaceSufi Tradition and its Impact on Religious ThoughtTwo Textual Paradigms of Nationalism in the Middle Period Thought of Maulana AzadIndian Response to IslamIslamic Approaches to Nationhood and Nation BuildingA Synthesis of Indo-Islamic Culture and the Role of Muslim WomenIndia's Contribution to Development of Islamic ScienceIndia's Contribution to Arabic LiteratureIndex Contributors