Islamic Mysticism In India

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A.P.H. Publishing Corporation, Jan 1, 1996 - Religion - 306 pages
The Book Is A Descriptive Analysis Of Islamic Mysticism In India In Three Phases. First Phase Of This Book Throws Light On The Advent Of Islamic Mysticism In India, Interaction Between Hindu And Sufi Mystic Tradition, And Development Of Classical Mysticism In India By The Sufis. Second Phase Of This Book Gives An Analysis Of Syncreticism And Orthodoxy Of Islamic Mystic Tradition Under The Mughal Dynasty: Secular And Logical Mystic Order Of Akbar, Dara Shikoh, And Shah Wali Allah. Third Phase Describes An Interpretation Of Islamic Mysticism By Sir Sayyid Ahmad And Mohammad Iqbal In Western Perspective.

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Origin and Development of Sufi Mysticism
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