Discover the truth about the historical "Muslim era" in India with Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi's enlightening collection of essays. From the positive impact of Islam on Indian culture to modern-day challenges, Nadwi offers a unique perspective on the nation's Islamic history.
With explorations of the blend of Islamic civilization and Indian culture, the medieval and modern educational systems, and the role of Muslims in the struggle for freedom, Muslims in India offers a broad and detailed look at the rich and beautiful culture at the intersection of India and Islam. Don't miss out on this illuminating book.
About the author
Abul-Hasan Ali Nadwi, a prolific Islamic scholar, was born in India in 1913 and dedicated his life to teaching and promoting Islam in India and beyond. He founded the Indian Islamic Academy and held prominent positions in various international Islamic organizations, including the Arabic language academies of Syria and Jordan, the Advisory Council of the Islamic University of Medina, and the Islamic World League. He also served as a professor at Darul Uloom College in Aligarth and was a founding chairman of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies in the UK. Nadwi passed away in 1999.
Author: Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi
Dimensions: 14 x 21 cm | 232g