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Author: J.J.. Roy Burman
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Gujarat Unknown: Hindu-Muslim Syncretism and Humanistic Forays By J. J. Roy Burman. Foreword in: Padmanābha,. & Bhatnagar, V. S. (1991). New Delhi: Voice of India.

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Muslims venerate Ramdev as Ramshah Pir or Rama Shah Peer. Gujarat Unknown: Hindu-Muslim Syncretism and Humanistic Forays By J. Dominique-Sila Khan. He was said to have had miraculous powers and his fame reached far and wide. Legend has it that five Pirs from Mecca came to test Ramdev's powers. Why Hindus Believe Ramdevpir to be The Incarnation of Lord Krishna? ^ Lakhs of devotees visiting Ramdevra temple in Rajasthan today. In Rajasthan, today is a public holiday to honour the most famous folk deity called Bhagwan Ramdevji Maharaj revered both by Hindus and Muslims. Journeys to Freedom: Dalit Narratives By Fernando Franco, Jyotsna Macwan, Suguna Ramanathan.

I appriciate you. Thanks Bhaskar Dave. 3,Ranchod Park Society, N. zad Society, Ambawadi Vistar post office Ahmedabad-380015 Cell no +919825027073. Bibliographic information. Gujarat, Part 1 Gujarat, Anthropological Survey of India People of India, Kumar Suresh Singh Volume 22 of People of India: State series Volume 22 of State series.

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Roy Burman, B. K. Roy Burman Gujarat unknown : Hindu-Muslim syncretism and humanistic forays. Mason's book is not a tract to establish a thesis; it is the second part of his life story following the first A Shaft of Sunlight. However polemi cal the subject he has discussed, he stands at it. More). Gujarat unknown : Hindu-Muslim syncretism and humanistic forays.

Muslims in India since 1947: Islamic perspectives on inter-faith relations. London: RoutledgeCurzon.

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Gujarat is a land of paradoxes. On the one hand it has produced luminaries like Akho, Sayaji Rao Gaekwad and Gandhi who tirelessly worked for the upliftment of the society and to promote peace and amity among people of all faiths; on the other, it has drawn worldwide attention for the repeated communal pogroms between Hindu and Muslims. The riots after Godhra incident in 2002 were perhaps the most widespread and virulent. This has led many scholars, activists and NGOs to record and trace the scale and nature of violence - to provide a Geography of Violence. An extensive study undertaken in different parts of Gujarat after two years of the pogrom, however, indicated that the aftermath was mainly confined to the central part of the state. In other areas there were only few skirmishes. There are thousands of dargahs andmazars in the state which are frequented both by Hindus and Muslims. Only some prominent dargahs with high financial turnovers were a bit affected. In fact at one village in Kutch district, a Bajrang Dal activist was found expanding the shrine through public contribution. In this book several syncretic shrines have been documented along with portrayal of many communities with dual or liminal identities.