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Ashraf Into Middle Classes: Muslims in Nineteenth-Century Delhi

 
Margrit Pernau (Author)
Synopsis

Nineteenth-century Delhi was marked by a curious mixture of political upheaval and cultural resurgence. Drawing on a wide variety of little known sources in Urdu and Persian, apart from the more conventional British records, this book provides a revelatory and vivid narrative of Muslims in the period covering the British conquest in 1803 to the end of the Khalifat movement in 1922. Moving away from teh tendency of studies on Muslims to focus on religious identity, this book allows us to historicize Islam and socially contextualize its many manifestations.

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About the author

Margrit Pernau

Margrit Pernau, formerly a research fellow at the South Asia Institute, Heidelberg, has autored The Passing of Patrimonialism: Politics and Political Culture in Hyderabad 1911-1948, and co-edited Zakaullah of Delhiand Family and Gender: Changing Values in Germany and India.

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Title Ashraf Into Middle Classes: Muslims in Nineteenth-Century Delhi
Format Hardcover
Date published: 04.06.2013
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 0198092288
length xxxvi+ 504p., Illustrations; 23cm.