Islam in the Subcontinent: Muslims in a Plural Society

By: Mushirul Hasan

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Contents: 1. Introduction. 2. Resistance and acquiescence in North India: Muslim responses to the west. 3. The myth of unity: colonial and national narratives. 4. Traditional rites and contested meanings: sectarian strife in colonial Lucknow. 5. Mediating the external: Pan-Islamism and nationalist renewal. 6. My Life: A Fragment: Mohamed Ali's quest for identity in colonial India. 7. Representations of Indian Nationalism: ideology and praxis of Azad and Mohamed Ali. 8. 'Congress Muslims' and Indian Nationalism, dilemma and decline c. 1928-1934. 9. Religion, politics and partition. 10. The Muslim mass contact campaign: a strategy of political mobilization. 11. The local roots of the Pakistan movement: the Aligarh Muslim University. 12. Memories of a fragmented nation: rewriting the histories of India's partition. 13. Divided nationhood: India's partition revisited. 14. Moradabad riots, 1980: causes and meanings. 15. Competing symbols and shared codes: inter-community relations in modern India. 16. The changing position of the Muslims and the political future of secularism in India, c. 1947-1986. 17. India and Pakistan: why the difference? Appendices: 1. Report of the committee appointed by the all parties conference (1928) to determine the principles of the constitution for India. Printed Pages: 530

Title: Islam in the Subcontinent: Muslims in a Plural Society

Author Name: Mushirul Hasan

Categories: Islam/ Muslim Politics, India,

Publisher: New Delhi, Manohar Publishers & Distributors:

ISBN: 8173044511

ISBN 13: 9788173044519

Binding: Hardcover

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