Bengali Muslim thought, 1818-1947: its liberal and rational trends
This Is A Full Length Interpretative Study Of The Political Thought Process Of Bengal`S Urban Muslim Elite From The Feraizi Movement. Under The British Rule To The Partition Of India. It Takes Into Consideration, The Role Of The Political Intellectuals Of The Two Major Communities As Well As The British Government In The Development Of Muslim Political Thought Of Bengal.
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The Impact of Islamic Revivalism upon
A Change in the Bengali Muslims Political
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A.K. Fazlul Huq Abdool Luteef Abdul Halim Abdur Rahim Abul Hashim Abul Hussain Ahmed Akram Khan Anisuzzaman Ashraf Association Azad Bangali Buddhijibi Banglar Bengal Muslims Bengal Provincial British Government Calcutta Census of India Chandra Chowdhury Communist cow-slaughter Dacca elite English education established Faraizi movement Faraizis favour Fazlul Huq Freedom Movement Hindu zamindars Hindu-Muslim unity Ibid India Muslim League Indian National Congress influenced Jinnah K.A. Wadud Kazi Khilafat movement Krishak Praja Party Kumar large number liberal trend lims Madrassa Mahomedan Maulana Maulvi ment middle class Ministry Mohammadi Mohammed Muhammad Muhammadan Muslim Community Muslim intellectuals Muslim society Muslim writers Muslims of Bengal Mussalman Muzaffar Ahmad Nawab Nazrul nineteenth century opposed organized orthodox Pakistan Prastab Partition of Bengal Patrika political thought President province Rahman reform reformists religious Roots of Separatism Sir Syed sovereign Bengal Suhrawardy Swadeshi movement Tariqahs thought process urban Muslim Urdu urged the Muslims wrote zamindars