Muslim Identity, Print Culture, and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu
This work is an original attempt to study the influence of print technology on the Muslims of Tamil Nadu and their literature. It is based on the literary works published by the Tamil Muslims from 1835, when restrictions on printing were removed, to 1920 when they participated in the Khilafat movement. By extension, the study of this literature becomes a study of the origin, society, and identity of the Tamil Muslims.
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Who Were the Tamil Muslims
Tamil Muslim Literature before 1835
Tamil Muslim Printed Literature after 1835
Obstacles to the Adoption of Printing
Debates and Controversies
Hindu Role in Social Reforms among Muslims
2nd edition Abd al Kadir Abd al Qadir Abdul Khadar adoption of printing Ahmad Alim Sahib Annadorai Arabic Arabic-Tamil century Chinese Christian controversial Dar-ul-Islam Dawood Sha Delhi Dravidian E.V. Ramasamy Ennum Hadith Hasan Hindu Hinduism Hussain Ibid ibn Muhammad Kayal Kayalpattinam Khan Kissa Kudiarasu Kummi Lebbai lith Madras Mahomed Malabar Malai Marakkar Marakkayar Mastan Sahib Meygnana Miran missionaries Mohideen Moulvi Muhammad Ibrahim Sahib Muhammad Sahib Muhyi Mukamattu Munajattu Muslim League Muslim saint Nagore Nayinar Pandya Pataippor Pavalar Persian Pillai prayers print media print technology Prophet Mohammad published Pulavar Puranam Qadir Quran Rahman Ravuttar reforms religion Religious poems RMRL Sayyid scholars secular Self-Respect Movement Shah Shahul Hamid Shaik Sheik songs in praise south India stanzas story Sulaiman Sultan Tamil country Tamil literature Tamil Muslim literature Tamil Muslim society Tamil Muslims Tamil Nadu Tamil script Tamizh Tanjore traditions trans translation Trichinopoly ulemas Urdu Viduthalai Vilakkam