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Muslim communities in Gujarat

Misra, S. C.

Muslim communities in Gujarat

preliminary studies in their history and social organization

by Misra, S. C.

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Published by Asia Pub. House in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Gujarat.
    • Subjects:
    • Muslims -- India -- Gujarat.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Satish C. Misra.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS485.G8 M48
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 207 p.
      Number of Pages207
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5934239M
      LC Control Number65000446
      OCLC/WorldCa3642119


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The Muslim communities of Gujarat: an exploratory study of Bohras, Khojas, and Memons. Asgharali Engineer. Ajanta Publications, - Social Science - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book Khoja Jamat Kutchi Memons leadership live Lohanas mainly maintain Mandvi marriage Memon Jamat middle migrated Momins Mosque munity Muslim.

Muslim Communities of Gujarat. According to a survey carried out by the anthropologist Satish Chandra Misra in early s, he identified the following Muslim communities in Gujarat, in the order of their numerical strength: Shaikh, Bohra (Sunni Hanafi), Pathan, Momin, Bohra (Ismaili Mustaali), Ghanchi, Malik.

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New York, Asia Pub. House [] (OCoLC) Pogrom in Gujarat: Hindu Nationalism and Anti-Muslim Violence in India - Kindle edition by Ghassem-Fachandi, Parvis. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Pogrom in Gujarat: Hindu Nationalism and Anti-Muslim Violence in India.5/5(2).

Some of them are to be found in other states but some are only Gujarati in orign and the idea of jamaat-bandi or social organization of a local community is unique to Gujarati communities.

Ref: Satish C. Misra, Muslim Communities in Gujarat: preliminary studies in their history and social organization. Asia Publishing House, The first part focuses on ethnographies of three Muslim communities (Kuchchhi Jatt, Irani Shia and Sidis) and their relationships with others, with shifting borders and frontiers; part two examines the issue of ‘caste’ of certain Muslim communities; and the third part, containing chapters on Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Mumbai and Gujarat Format: Hardcover.

What has changed for the Gujarat’s Muslims between “Hum panch, humaare pachees” and “Sabka saath, sabka vikas”. For publicity purposes, a lot. But in reality, the situation is as grim as it was when Narendra Modi took charge of the state.

As the Chief Minister of Gujarat inNarendra Modi had made snide remarks Continue reading "Being a Muslim in ‘Vibrant Gujarat’". Get print book. No eBook available a very detail account of communities living in Gujarat.

Still true to traditions in my community. husband's India inheritance Jamat Kutch labourers linkages male marriage alliances marriage takes place married milk Monogamy mother Muslim Muslim communities Navratri negotiation nikah non-vegetarian 5/5(3).

Thus the foundation of Gujarat was laid that survived later Maratha and British rule and emerged as a state in independent India on May 1st, Mosques of Gujarat Muslim history in Gujarat spans more than millennia.

Some of the oldest mosques of India are found in this region. My research focuses on social and cultural histories of Muslim communities in Gujarat and the western Indian Ocean. My first book reconstructs the literary, social and historical world of Sufi preceptors, disciples and descendants who shaped the textual articulations of the Muslim past and of the region of Gujarat from the fifteenth to the.

Pages in category "Muslim communities of Gujarat" The following 83 pages are in this category, out of 83 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

Results. Study includes male and female children and adults. Among them were children and remaining adults. All four categories i.e. control, Brahmin, Jain and Muslims showed higher incidence of anemia and iron deficiency in females compared to by: 5.

Tag: Islam in Gujarat Muslim Communities of Gujarat. According to a survey carried out by the anthropologist Satish Chandra Misra in early s, he identified the following Muslim communities in Gujarat, in the order of their numerical strength: Shaikh, Bohra (Sunni Hanafi), Pathan, Momin, Bohra (Ismaili Mustaali), Ghanchi, Malik.

The Gujarat riots, also known as the Gujarat violence and the Gujarat pogrom, was a three-day period of inter-communal violence in the western Indian state of ing the initial riot incidents, there were further outbreaks of violence in Ahmedabad for three months; statewide, there were further outbreaks of violence against the minority Muslim population for the next by: Godhra train burning.

BOOK REVIEW Social Stratification Among Muslims lmtiaz Ahmad Muslim Communities in Gujarat: Preliminary Studies in their History and Social Organization by S C Misra, Asia Pub-ing House, pp XVI +Rs.

SOCIOLOGISTS and social anthro-pologists have not paid much at-tention to the study of Indian Mus­ lim social structure. The first part focuses on ethnographies of three Muslim communities (Kuchchhi Jatt, Irani Shia and Sidis) and their relationships with others, with shifting borders and frontiers; part two examines the issue of ‘caste’ of certain Muslim communities; and the third part, containing chapters on Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Mumbai and Gujarat.

This book explores the narrative power of texts in creating communities. Through an investigation of genealogical, historical, and biographical texts, it retrieves the social history of the Muslim community in Gujarat, a region with one of the earliest records of Muslim presence in the Indian subcontinent.

Find this book: Raphael Susewind’s Being Muslim and Working for Peace: Ambivalence and Ambiguity in Gujarat is an exploration of Muslim peace activists in Gujarat after the anti-Muslim riots of and the diverse ways in which their religious identity informs their activism (if at all) and vice versa.

Based on Susewind’s diploma thesis in. Sindhi Hindus in Gujarat Share Tweet These Hindus, partly to be accept­ed as true Hindus, partic­ipated in the anti-Muslim violen­ce in Godhra in Gujara­t. The first part focuses on ethnographies of three Muslim communities (Kuchchhi Jatt, Irani Shia and Sidis) and their relationships with others, with shifting borders and frontiers; part two examines the issue of ‘caste’ of certain Muslim communities; and the third part, containing chapters on Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Mumbai and Gujarat Brand: Taylor And Francis.

Riot Politics, an excellent new book based on close ethnographic study of riot-affected areas in Gujarat by the Dutch scholar Ward Berenschot.

Why deleting 'anti-Muslims' from Class 12 book reference to Gujarat riots is unjust The riot was not a clash between communities, it was a pogrom, and students deserve to know that.

The Mirs are a nomadic tribe in Gujarat who are both Hindu and Muslim. Caught between pressures of religious hardliners, they make a case for a third religion, like a third gender. The Muslim trading communities of Gujarat trace their descent to Hindu origins.

They are divided into the three well-known groups of Bohras, Khojas and Memons, the first two of which are Shi'a Isma'ilis and the last Sunnis. All three communities claim to have embraced Islam about the same time, between.

The first part focuses on ethnographies of three Muslim communities (Kuchchhi Jatt, Irani Shia and Sidis) and their relationships with others, with shifting borders and frontiers; part two examines the issue of ‘caste’ of certain Muslim communities; and the third part, containing chapters on Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Mumbai and Gujarat Format: Paperback.

Being Muslim and Working for Peace: Ambivalence and Ambiguity in Gujarat. New Delhi: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, doi: / Susewind, RBeing muslim and working for peace: ambivalence and ambiguity in gujarat, SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, viewed 4 Maydoi: / Manifestation.

Violence against Muslims is frequently in the form of mob attacks on Muslims by Hindus. These attacks are referred to as communal riots in India and are seen to be part of a pattern of sporadic sectarian violence between the majority Hindu and minority Muslim communities, and have also been connected to a rise in Islamophobia throughout the 20th century.

The Gujarat riots refers to the communal violence between Hindus and Muslims during September–Octoberin Gujarat, violence was Gujarat's first major riot that involved massacre, arson and looting on a large scale.

It was the most deadly Hindu-Muslim violence since the partition of India, and remained so until the Bhagalpur on: Gujarat, India.

Muslims communities. When the train arrived in the Muslim majority community of Godhra, the pattern of Hindu heckling and violent gesturing directed at Muslims continued. When Hindu train passengers refused to pay Muslim vendors for their services, stone throwing ensued between groups, and escalated into the eventual fireFile Size: 91KB.

Islamic Pilgrimage Tourism in Gujarat Gujarat has always been the favourite destination for various Muslim dynasties as it was once an important gateway for people to reach Hajj. For over a period of two hundred and fifty years from early 14th century, Indo-Islamic architecture has flourished in Gujarat.

Inwomen from the Devipujak, Koli, Muslim and Bavcha communities, along with their men and children took out a protest rally against low wages and retrenchment. Download The Times of India.

Yes this is true. It is hard for muslim to get good accommodation in a good area. There is a lot of discrimination in this city. And not even for religion but also for food non veg and veg.

I find it really difficult to get a flat. But all peopl. Iron status of Hindu brahmin, Jain and Muslim communities in Surat, Gujarat Iron status of Hindu brahmin, Jain and Muslim communities in In the first edition of this book introduced.

The Parsee-Muslim riots occurred in in Bombay, and were reprised in in parts of marked the beginning of a period of tension in the two communities. The first riot took place over the blurred depiction of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, and his appearance in a public print by a Parsee newspaper, Chitra Gyan Darpan, in October Location: Bombay (now Mumbai.

The voting preference of two significant trader-Muslim communities of Gujarat, the Dawoodi Bohras and the Khojas — both Shias — has always tended to Author: Raheel Dhattiwala.

of Muslim identity in India and should be of interest to scholars and activists alike. Being Muslim and Working for Peace: Ambivalence and Ambiguity in Gujarat.

Raphael Susewind. SAGE. January Find this book: Raphael Susewind’s Being Muslim and Working for Peace: Ambivalence and Ambiguity in Gujarat is an exploration of Muslim peace. Dr Shah’s new book, “Muslim Ghettoisation: A Tragedy”, based on her PhD thesis, was recently released at the Gujarat Vidyapeeth, Ahmedabad.

By Dr Damini Shah* Since Gujarat riots, many Muslims have been pushed to the periphery of cities, away from the mainstream of society. Majority of them live below or around the poverty line. The Hardcover of the Building Communities in Gujarat: Architecture and Society during the Twelfth through Fourteenth Centuries by Alka Patel at Barnes &.

the commonality of building practices among "religions" led to the intertwining of various Muslim and non-Muslim : Alka Patel. Pogrom in Gujarat: Hindu Nationalism and Anti-Muslim Violence in India is an original and unique contribution to the literature on the anthropology of violence.

Ghassem-Fachandi's style of writing is lucid, and his arguments are based on an authoritative understanding of Gujarati society and culture (both rural and urban).Released on: Ap Even the relation of Muslim communities to one another refl ects local idioms and realities.

Hence, there exists a deep reciprocal imbrication between all the empirical elements of cultural phe-nomena traversing the categorical labels “Hindu” and “Muslim.” Muslims in Gujarat form no political or Cited by: