Epub The Muslims Of British India Author Peter Hardy Thomashillier.co.uk Dr Hardy Has Attempted A General History Of British India S Muslims With A Deeper Perspective He Shows How The Interplay Of Memories Of Past Muslim Supremacy, Islamic Religious Aspirations And Modern Muslim Social And Economic Anxieties With The Political Needs Of The Alien Ruling Power Gradually Fostered A Separate Muslim Politics Dr Hardy Argues Contrary To The Usual View That Muslims Were Able To Take Political Initiatives Because, In The Region Of Modern Uttar Pradesh, British Rule Before 1857 And Even The Events Of The Mutiny And Rebellion Of 1857 8 Had Not Been Economically Disastrous For Most Of Them He Stresses The Force Of Religion In The Growth Of Muslim Political Separatism, Showing How The Modernists Kept The Conversation Among Muslims Within Islamic Postulates And Underlining The Role Of The Traditional Scholars In Heightening Popular Religious Feeling Regarding Any Sense Of Muslim Political Unity And Nationhood As An Outcome Of The Period Of British Rule, Dr Hardy Shows The Limitations And Frailty Of That Unity And Nationhood By 1947.
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- The Muslims of British India
- Peter Hardy
- 19 June 2018 Peter Hardy