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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Sufi cults and the evolution of medieval Indian culture.
New Delhi : Indian Council of Historical Research in association with Northern Book Centre, 2003
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Anup Taneja; Indian Council of Historical Research.
|Description:||viii, 325 pages ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Emergence of Sufi silsilas in India / Fatima Hussain --
Sufi cults and the making of a pluralist society / Iqtidar Husain Siddiqui --
Early Chishtis and the state / Ishtiyaq Ahmad Zilli --
Miracles, authority, and benevolence : stories of karamat in sufi literature of the Delhi sultanate / Raziuddin Aquil --
Shari'a, state, and conversions in Medieval Kashmir : an assessment of Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani's historical role / Mohammad Ishaq Khan --
Shaikh Jalalud-Din Tabrezi and his contribution to the spread of sufi influence in Bengal during the thirteenth century / Sk Abdul Latif --
The pro-alien policy of Ahmad Shah and the role of the Ni'matullahis of Bidar / Muhammad Suleman Siddiqui --
Women in Malik Muhammad Jaisi's discourse : Padmavat, Akhravat, and Akhiri kalam --
Sufi cults and the Shias / S.M. Azizuddin Husain --
The Qalandars and the Qalandariyya path (tariqa) / Kumkum Srivastava.
|Series Title:||Monograph series (Indian Council of Historical Research), 9.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Anup Taneja.|