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THE INDIAN MUSALMANS

W W Hunter

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In the post-'Mutiny' period, the British administrators remained highly suspicious of the Indian populace. However, attempts were also made to bridge the gap between the British Raj and the 'persistently belligerent class' described as a 'source of permanent danger to the Indian Empire'. W.W. Hunter's book, written over a century... Read More

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In the post-'Mutiny' period, the British administrators remained highly suspicious of the Indian populace. However, attempts were also made to bridge the gap between the British Raj and the 'persistently belligerent class' described as a 'source of permanent danger to the Indian Empire'. W.W. Hunter's book, written over a century ago, is a fascinating account of the possible causes behind the rising fanaticism among a section of Indian Muslims. Hunter argues in his book that the education and persuasion of Muslims was a better option for the British as 'a death in the cause of religion has in all ages sufficed to illuminate a life of infamy.'
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Publisher Rupa Publications
Language English
ISBN 978-8171676903
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