Religious Interactions in Mughal India

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9780198081678: Religious Interactions in Mughal India

Popular knowledge generally operates with the notion that "Hindu" and "Muslim" as polarized religious identities have existed from the moment Muslims entered northern India in the eleventh century. The essays for this volume interrogate this idea. They focus on Islamicate traditions in their interaction with coterminous Hindu ones in the three centuries between 1500 and 1800. They examine a wide tableau of sites and modes of interchanges, allowing the texts to speak in their own languages, whether these are assimilative, antagonistic, or indifferent. Given the charged nature of Hindi-Muslim relations today, a fresh study of these relations in their regional and temporal specificity along with a renewed attempt to closely interrogate the language in which we talk about them is absolutely vital in order to contest powerful and contemporary "clash of civilizations" narratives in South Asia as well as elsewhere.

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Vasudha Dalmia is Chandrika and Ranjan Tandon Professor of Hindu Studies in the Department of Religious Studies at Yale University.

Munis D. Faruqui is Associate Professorin the Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Descripción Oxford University Press, 2014. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. First edition. Popular knowledge generally operates with the notion that Hindu and Muslim as polarized religious identities have existed from the moment Muslims entered northern India in the eleventh century. The essays for this volume interrogate this idea. They focus on Islamicate traditions in their interaction with coterminous Hindu ones in the three centuries between 1500 and 1800. They examine a wide tableau of sites and modes of interchanges, allowing the texts to speak in their own languages, whether these are assimilative, antagonistic, or indifferent. Given the charged nature of Hindi-Muslim relations today, a fresh study of these relations in their regional and temporal specificity along with a renewed attempt to closely interrogate the language in which we talk about them is absolutely vital in order to contest powerful and contemporary clash of civilizations narratives in South Asia as well as elsewhere. Printed Pages: 415. Nº de ref. de la librería 92178

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Descripción Oxford University Press, 2014. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Estado de la sobrecubierta: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction/Vasudha Dalmia and Munis D. Faruqui. I. Of Intersections : 1. Ideology and State-Building Humayun's Search for Legitimacy in a Hindu-Muslim Environment /Eva Orthmann. 2. Dara Shukoh, Vedanta, and Imperial Succession in Mughal India/Munis D. Faruqui. 3. The Prince and the Muvaid/Dara Shikoh and Mughal Engagements with Vedanta/Supriya Gandhi. 4. Learned Brahmins and the Mughal Court The Jyotias/Christopher Minkowski . 5. Drowned in the Sea of Mercy The Textual Identification of Hindu Persian Poets from Shii Lucknow in the Takira of Bhagwan Das Hind? /Stefano Pello. 6. Faith and Allegiance in the Mughal Era Perspectives from Rajasthan/Ramya Sreenivasan. II. Of Proximity and Distance: 7. Inflected Kathas Sufis and Krishna Bhaktas in Awadh/Francesca Orsini . 8. Sant and Sufi in Sundardas's Poetry/Monika Horstmann. 9. Hagiography and the Other in the Vallabha Sampradaya/Vasudha Dalmia. 10. Diatribes against Saktas in Banarasi Bazaars and Rural Rajasthan Kabir and His Ramanand Hagiographers/Heidi Pauwels. 11. Muslims as Devotees and Outsiders Attitudes toward Muslims in the Varta Literature of the Vallabha Sampradaya/Shandip Saha. 12. Mahamat Prannath and the Pranami Movement Hinduism and Islam in a Seventeenth-Century Mercantile Sect/Brendan LaRocque. Index. Hindu-Muslim interactions in medieval and early modern India have been mostly studied in monolithic or antagonistic terms. This volume not only explores the multiplicity within a given religious tradition but also focuses on the exchanges across the various religious communities in north India from AD 1500 to 1800-thereby presenting a panoramic view of religious interactions during the period broadly regarded as Mughal. Drawing on a wide range of sources, the essays in this volume focus on Islamicate and Hindu traditions in their interactions with one another. They interrogate the idea of 'Hindu' and 'Muslim' as polarized religious identities existing from the moment Muslims entered north India in the eleventh century, and discuss the close intertwining of religious traditions with political power, while also highlighting the diversity of traditions in active conversation with one another. Given the contentious nature of Hindu-Muslim relations today, a fresh study of these traditions in their regional and temporal specificities, along with a renewed attempt to closely interrogate the language employed in describing them, is vital toward contesting contemporary "clash of civilizations" narratives in South Asia as well as elsewhere. Nº de ref. de la librería 113449

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