At the confluence of two rivers: Muslims and Hindus in South India
Relations Between Hindus And Muslims Deteriorated Considerably In Some Parts Of India During The 1980S, Drawing To It The Legitimate, If Some What Exaggerated Attention Of The World.This Study Does Not Treat Hindus And Muslims As Separate Communities, But Aims To Explore The Numerous Ways In Which They Come Together Or Move Apart. The Objective Of This Deliberatly `Discontinuistic Approach Is To Diversify The Context And Temporality Within Which The Interactions Between Hindus And Muslims Acquire Meaning And Weight.
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Preface to the English Edition
Muslims in South India
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