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Hindu-Muslim syncretic shrines and communities

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Published by Mittal Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English

  • Marathwada (India),
  • India,
  • Marathwada
    • Subjects:
    • Islamic shrines -- India -- Marathwada -- History.,
    • Hindu shrines -- India -- Marathwada -- History.,
    • Islam -- Relations -- Hinduism.,
    • Hinduism -- Relations -- Islam.,
    • Marathwada (India) -- Religion.

    • About the Edition

      Study with reference to Marathwada, India.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [335]-338) and index.

      StatementJ.J. Roy Burman ; foreword by Asghar Ali Engineer.
      LC ClassificationsBP187.55.I4 M277 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 344 p., [44] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages344
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3595766M
      ISBN 108170998395
      LC Control Number2002314615

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Hindu-Muslim Syncretic Shrines and Communities. Roy Burman. Mittal Publications, Hindu-Muslim Syncretic Shrines and Communities THE CONCEPT OF ISLAM When dealing with the Hindu-Muslim syncretism, it is imperative that we briefly touch upon the concept of Islam and Hinduism.

Get this from a library. Hindu-Muslim syncretic shrines and communities. [J J Roy Burman] -- Study with reference to Marathwada, India. Please make a correction in next edition of book if possible for you, so peoples can get real information. Other editions - View all Hindu-Muslim Syncretic Shrines and Communities5/5(3).

Hindu-Muslim Syncretism in India J J Roy Burman Hindu-Muslim syncretism in India has deep cultural roots which has survived political and social upheaval,s. There are numerous syncretic shrines across the country which even today continue to attract people of both faiths.

THE rise of fundamentalism in recent years in India has obliterated the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sikand, Yoginder, Hindu-Muslim syncretic shrines in Karnataka. Bangalore: Himayat, (OCoLC) Religion in Maharashtra is characterized by the diversity of religious beliefs and shtra possesses six of the world's major religions; namely Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity, and Sikhism.

According to the census, Hinduism was the principal religion in the state at % of the total population, while Muslims constituted % of the total population. In his book Hindu-Muslim Syncretic Shrines and Communities, JJ Roy Burman has written about such examples from across Maharashtra.

Apart from magical powers and legend of prayers fulfilled, proximity of communities has also contributed to shrines developing a syncretic followings. In his book titled Hindu Muslim Syncretic Shrines and Communities, author J.

Roy Burman writes about several such examples from the state of Maharashtra. Apart from magical powers and legends of prayers being fulfilled, the proximity of communities to such a place of worship often causes it.

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Roy Burman. An Evaluation of Religious Unity in the Indian Context: Based on Indian Sufi Shrines 1 Bismark Singh Abstract Many authors have written about the causes of secularism’s disappointment in the. Burman, Hindu-Muslim Syncretic Shrines and Communities (), p.relaying a report that Babajan "used to wear dress like men and kept short hair and that is why she was called Baba Jan - a man's name." This explanation is not convincing in view of other details, and certainly not for the Poona phase.

Syncretic Traditions Despite fears of increasing communalisation in public life and the attempt to portray Shivaji as a 'Hindu' raja, long-standing syncretic traditions observed by followers of different communities, from diverse caste backgrounds continue to flourish till date across Maharashtra.

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There are numerous syncretic shrines across the country which even today continue to attract people of both faiths.

syncretism |ˈsi ng krəˌtizəm| amalgamation or attempted amalgamation of different religions, cultures, or schools of thought.

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