Islam in South Asia Vol. III: The Realm of the Secular

By: Mushirul Hasan (Ed.)

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1. The Ulama in British India/Peter Hardy. 2. The Ulama in Indian politics/Wilfred Cantwell Smith. 3. Problems in the history of the Farangi Mahall Family of learned and holy men/Francis Robinson. 4. Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan and his Theological critics The accusations of Ali Bakhsh Khan and Sir Sayyid's Rejoinder/Christian W. Troll. 5. Muhammad Shibli Numani and the reform of Muslim Religious education/Christian W. Troll. 6. Prefaces to the first and second edition of The Tarjuman al Quran/Abul Kalam Azad. 7. The Ulama of British India and the Hijrat of 1920/M. Naeem Qureshi. 8. The end of Khilafat in the Ottoman Dynasty/Maulvi Mohammad Barakatullah. 9. The transmission of Islamic Reformist teachings to rural South Asia the lessons of a case study/Marc Gaborieau. 10. Two conceptions of Dawa in India Jamaat i Islami and Tablighi Jamaat/Christian W. Troll. 11. God's Government Jamaat i Islami of India/M.S. Agwani. Index. The post 1857 era witnessed a number of important changes. For one it triggered a number of movements traditional and reformist which sought to navigate the terrain created by colonial rule. Thus we hear the ulama of Deoband asserting the voice of orthodoxy and clamouring for the creation of a sharia based society. On the other hand Syed Ahmad Khan the Aligarh Reformer plotted a different course for his community and argued for an Anglo Muslim rapproachement which would bridge the gap between the traditionalists and the modernists. Printed Pages: 275

Title: Islam in South Asia Vol. III: The Realm of the Secular

Author Name: Mushirul Hasan (Ed.)

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Publisher: New Delhi, Manohar Publishers & Distributors:

ISBN: 8173047448

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