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Sufis and Sufism; some reflections.


Sufis and Sufism; some reflections.

Ed. by Neeru Misra.



160 pages




Mostly Indian historians and art historians look at various aspects of the mystical Islamic sect Sufism and the life and philosophy of Sufi saints. Their topics include mystical relations between Iran and India, divine love in Sufism and Bhakti-Marga, Sufis and their contribution in the process of urbanization. There is no index. Distributed in the US by South Asia Books.

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Date:May 1, 2006
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