The Muslim Heritage of Bengal: The Lives, Thoughts and Achievements of Great Muslim Scholars, Writers and Reformers of Bangladesh and West Bengal

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Kube Publishing Limited, 2013 - Biography & Autobiography - 412 pages
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"The Muslim Heritage of Bengal is a multidimensional work. . . . I am sure this book will add to the vista of knowledge in the field of Muslim history and heritage of Bengal. I recommend this work."?A. K. M. Yaqub Ali, PhD, professor emeritus, Islamic history and culture, University of Rajshahi

"Khan's book provides invaluable information which will inspire present and future generations."?M. Abdul Jabbar Beg, PhD, former professor of Islamic history and civilization, National University of Malaysia

A popular history that covers eight hundred years of the history of Islam in Bengal through the example of forty-two inspirational men and women up until the twentieth century. Written by the author of the best-selling The Muslim 100.

Included are the prominent figures Shah Jalal, Nawab Abdul Latif, Rt. Hon. Syed Ameer Ali, Sir Salimullah Khan Bahadur, and Begum Rokeya.

Muhammad Mojlum Khan was born in 1973 in Habiganj, Bangladesh, and was educated in England. He is a teacher, author, literary critic, and research scholar, and has published more than 150 essays and articles worldwide. He is the author of The Muslim 100 (2008). He is a fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and director of the Bengal Muslim Research Institute, United Kindgom. He lives in England with his family.


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Muhammad Mojlum Khan was born in 1973 in Habiganj, Bangladesh and was educated in England. He is a teacher, author, literary critic and research scholar, and has published more than 150 essays and articles worldwide. He is author The Muslim 100 (2008). He is a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Director of the Bengal Muslim Research Institute, UK. He lives in England with his family.

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