Hindu Culture During and After Muslim Rule: Survival and Subsequent Challenges
This book brings out in a logical sequence, and in a chronological order, the main aspects of the Hindu Culture; Hindu-Muslim relationship at different stages during the past 1,200 years; fusion of the native culture and the culture of the invading Arabs, Turks, Afghans, Mughals, and the English; and the politics of religion or the religion of Politics.
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