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Emergence of feminism among Indian Muslim women, 1920-1947

Azra Asghar Ali

Emergence of feminism among Indian Muslim women, 1920-1947

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Published by Oxford University Press in Karachi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- India -- Social conditions,
  • Feminism -- India,
  • Women"s rights -- India,
  • Muslim women -- India

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAzra Asghar Ali
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 291 p. ;
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22856998M
    ISBN 100195791525
    LC Control Number00282479

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Emergence of feminism among Indian Muslim women, 1920-1947 by Azra Asghar Ali Download PDF Ebook

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Hijab According to the Hadith': Text and Interpretation Gendering Caste Through a Feminist Lens. Women in Hindu Mythology by Devdutt Pattanaik. Woodstock: Esposito, Unlike some other Muslim elite who dreamed of restoring Muslim rule in India, Azad focused on possible models in which Hindus and Muslims would be able to share power in a democratically governed India.

Article During Muslim rule between the twelfth and eighteenth centuries, however, Muslim women made significant contributions as poets, authors, mystics, and teachers. They are in different bibli format. Education and emancipation of Hausa Muslim women in Nigeria.

Brass, Paul. The honorable court also said that permanent commission to all women officers should be made available regardless of their years of service.

Ikram, S. It lies to Indians of the twenty-first century to find paths through their communal frameworks and to continue to build upon this edifice. The Indian Armed Forces began recruiting women to non-medical positions in Kusha, Hamid. In addition, early Muslim settlers in southern India were seasoned traders who were cognizant of their responsibilities and for the most part did not harbor any political ambitions.

The sprawling Mahabharatha is replete with examples corroborating these themes. His work on India, Kitab al-Hind, was a compendium of India's religious and philosophical traditions.

Historically, growth in the numbers of practicing Muslims in India has been a subject of controversy.

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Oneworld, Kandiyoti, Deniz [ed]. This contributed to the increasing diversity of Islamic societies, cultures, and traditions. This controversy has been largely connected to varying political characterizations of Indian Islam—its opponents seeing it as a fundamentally "foreign" imposition and "alien" presence in the subcontinent, and its advocates and believers viewing it as a brilliant and positive contribution to the heritage of Indian civilization.

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