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Hindu Culture During and After Muslim Rule: Survival and Subsequent Challenges

Ram Gopal (Author)
Synopsis This book brings out in a logical sequence, and in a chronological order, the main aspects of the Hindu culture; Hindu-Muslim relationship at different stages during the past 1,200 years; fusion of the native culture and the culture of the invading Arabs, Turks, Afghans, Mughals, and the English; and the politics of religion or the religion of politics.  It is a sincere attempt to highlight, with historical evidence, the different traits of and the policies adopted by different invading Muslim dynasties who ruled in various parts of India since the time of Muhammad-bin Qasim up to Aurangzeb, the Shia Sultans of the South and later Mughals; their cumulative positive and negative contributions to Indian culture and life; the conflicts arising out of the divergent interests of the rulers and the ruled; the political, economic and administrative changes brought by the British; the results of the English education; the freedom movement and the part played by the modernists, the ulemas, the propounders of Hindutva, and the Congress with special reference to Lokmanya Tilak, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan.  Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru; main features of the ongoing ideological war of divergent political thoughts, namely, Islam, Hindutva, and Modernism; and their effect on Hindu culture.  It explodes many of the popular beliefs.
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About the author

Ram Gopal

Ram Gopal (born: 1931) got education in Delhi and Punjab.  After graduation, in 1953, he joined serice in the Central Government and retired in 1990, as Under Secretary, Ministry of defence.  He has been the honorary President of the Section Officers' Association of the Central Secretariat, New Delhi, for the last five years of service.  After retirement, he took up an in-depth study of the various ailments affecting the Indian life and writing in various newspapers and periodicals as a free and independent citizen.  So far, over a hundred articles, and write-ups have appeared in the Statesman, the Indian Express, the National Herald, the Hindustan Times, the Organizer (weekly), etc.

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Bibliographic information

Title Hindu Culture During and After Muslim Rule: Survival and Subsequent Challenges
Author Ram Gopal
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1994
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185880263
length x+199p., Bibliography; Index; 23cm.