DOI:​10.1177/0038022920060204
Corpus ID: 148443286
On the Making of Muslims in India Historically
S. Saberwal
Published 2006
Sociology

Sociological Bulletin
Part of a larger work on the social background to the Partition, in 1947, this paper offers a long historical view on the making of 3Muslim' category in South Asia. The paper suggests that the slowly… Expand
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