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Constructing Bangladesh Religion Ethnicity and Language in an Islamic Nation Islamic Civilization and Muslim Networks Book ÚDownload ß Feedmarkformulate

Doc Ñ Constructing Bangladesh Religion Ethnicity and Language in an Islamic Nation Islamic Civilization and Muslim Networks ↠ Sufia M Uddin

Highlighting the dynamic pluralistic nature of Islamic civilization Sufia M Uddin examines the complex history of Islamic state formation in Bangladesh formerly the eastern part of the Indian province of Bengal Uddin focuses on significant moments in the region's history from medieval to modern times examining the interplay of language popular and scholarly religious literature and the colonial experience as they contributed to the creation of a uniue Bengali

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Constructing Bangladesh Religion Ethnicity and Language in an Islamic Nation Islamic Civilization and Muslim NetworksIslamic identity During the precolonial era Bengali the dominant regional language infused the richly diverse traditions of the region including Hinduism Buddhism and eventually the Islamic religion and literature brought by Urdu speaking Muslim conuerors from North India Islam was not simply imported into the region by the ruling elite Uddin explains but was incorporated into local tradition over hundreds of years of interactions between Bengalis and non Beng

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Constructing Bangladesh Religion Ethnicity and Language in an Islamic Nation Islamic Civilization and Muslim Networks Book Ú Download ß Feedmarkformulate ï ❴KINDLE❵ ❅ Constructing Bangladesh RelAli Muslims Constantly contested and negotiated the Bengali vision of Islamic orthodoxy and community was reflected in both language and politics which ultimately produced a specifically Bengali Muslim culture Uddin argues that this process in Bangladesh is representative of what happens elsewhere in the Muslim world and is therefore an instructive example of the complex and fluid relations between local heritage and the greater Islamic global community or umm