Understanding the Muslim Mind

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Penguin Books India, 2000 - Hinduism - 359 pages
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A Fascinating Account Of The Muslims In Twentieth-Century India, Pakistan And Bangladesh Through His Biographical Sketches Of Eight Prominent Muslims-

Sayyid Ahmed Khan (1817-1898),
Fazlul Haq (1873-1962),
Muhammad Ali Jinnah (1876-1948),
Muhammad Iqbal (1876-1938),
Muhammad Ali (1878-1931),
Abul Kalam Azad (1888-1958),
Liaqat Ali Khan (1895-1951) And
Zakir Hussain (1897-1969)
Rajmohan Gandhi, The Grandson Of Mahatma Gandhi, Provides A Deeply Insightful And Comprehensive Picture Of The Community In The Subcontinent Today.
 

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Contents

Sayyid Ahmed Khan 18171898
19
Muhammad Iqbal 18761938
47
Muhammad Ali 18781931
81
Muhammad Ali Jinnah 18761948
123
Fazlul Haq 18731962
189
Abul Kalam Azad 18881958
219
Liaqat Ali Khan 18951951
255
Zakir Husain 18971969
279
Conclusion
311
Index
353
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Rajmohan Gandhi is Research Professor at the Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. A former member of the Rajya Sabha (the upper house of the Indian Parliament), he led the Indian delegation to the UN Human Rights Commission in 1990. His other books include "Ghaffar Khan: Nonviolent Badshah of the Pakhtuns, Revenge & Reconciliation: Understanding South Asian History, "and "Eight Lives: A Study of the Hindu-Muslim Encounter.

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