India's Islamic Traditions, 711-1750

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Richard M. Eaton
Oxford University Press, 2006 - History - 439 pages
This volume, part of the 'Themes in Indian History' series, contains 17 essays on various aspects of Islamic traditions in South Asia, spanning the course of 800 years, plus an Introduction by the editor, a well-known expert in this field. The essays cover a wide range of topics and provides a comprehensive summary of the rich diversity and cultural syncretism which are the hallmarks of the Islamic traditions in India. It will become a standard text on the subject of Indian Islam.

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An excellent compilation of essays. Recommended for those interested in the history of Islam in India without access to a wide array of online journals, or for those wishing to build a collection of history books and essays on Indian history generally.
R. Eaton is an excellent historian.

About the author (2006)

Richard M. Eaton is a Professor of History at University of Arizona, Tucson.

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