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In: Islam in South Asia
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1 Cities and central lines of communication in early modern South Asia xiv

2 Arab expeditions in the Western parts of al-Hind 663–820 CE 45

3 Arab conquests until 751 CE 47

4 Ghaznawids around 1100 CE 113

5 Delhi Sultanate around 1235 CE 119

6 Delhi Sultanate 1350 CE 126

7 South Asia around 1400 CE 154

8 South Asia around 1525 CE 177

9 Expansion of Mughal power 214

10 Fall of Mughal rule in the eighteenth century 298

11 South Asia between colonialism and independence (1937–1948) 453

12 Contemporary South Asia 528

Figures

1 Muʿin al-Din Chishti praying in front of ʿAli b. ʿUthman al-Hujwiri’s tomb 90

2 Shah ʿAbd al-Latif Bhitai 271

3 Madrasa Ghazi al-Din 273

4 Abu al-Kalam Azad during the Khilafat Days 444

5 The tragic legacy of an uncertain future 459

6 Abu al-Aʿla al-Mawdudi 495

7 Religious plurality in South Asia 585

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Islam in South Asia

Revised, Enlarged and Updated Second Edition

Series:  Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 2 South Asia, Volume: 37

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