The Languages of Political Islam: India, 1200-1800

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Hurst & Company, 2004 - India - 244 pages
This volume seeks to show the diverse ways in which political Islam, from the time of its arrival in India in the 12th century to its decline as the ruling theology in the 19th century, adapted itself to the Indian context and became Indianized.

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Muzaffar Alam is professor in the departments of South Asian Languages and Civilizations and History at the University of Chicago.

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