This book explores what it means to be a Muslim in the context of Bengal. It covers the medieval period to the beginning of our times. The essays cover issues such as conversion and Islamization, structure of social and political authority, revivalism and pan-Islamism, radical-humanist thought, secularism and fundamentalism, and the changing role of women.
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