Muslims against Muslims in British India: Exploring New Discourse of the Modern History of Sindh

Authors

  • Ghulam Rasool M.Phil-Research Scholar, Department of Muslim History, University of Sindh, Jamshoro. Author
  • Wali Muhammad Shah Syed Lecturer, Department of Muslim History, University of Sindh, Jamshoro. Author
  • Adeel Ahmed M.Phil Scholar, Department of Political Science, University of Sindh, Jamshoro. Author

Keywords:

Muslims against Muslims, Disagreements and Contradictions, New Discourse, History of Sindh

Abstract

This research paper delves into the disagreement of Muslims against Muslims that unfolded during the colonial period in British India, significantly focusing on the historical context of Sindh. The study applied historical modes of inquiry and secondary data and selected the phase with the British colonial presence in India. It uncovers illustrations where Muslims were found diverged along sectarian and politics through an extensive analysis of historical events and political movements, intricately meshed with the broader framework of British colonialism in India. Moreover, the study investigates the ramifications of Muslims within communities on the religious facet of that time. It explores the outcomes for cultural identity, communal harmony, and political solidarity, cracking the thorny entrapment of anxieties that appeared within Muslim communities. Discoursing the historiographical gaps and challenges associated with the study Intra-Muslims disagreement in colonial India, this research highlights the significance of understanding complexities to conceive a holistic and nuanced interpretation of the modern history of Sindh. In the end, the research offered a meticulous analysis of Muslims against Muslims, exploring the convoluted dynamics. By shedding light on this understudied aspect, the publication enhances understanding of the complexities inherent in Muslim societies within colonial contexts and underscores the need for further research and analysis.

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10497810

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2023-09-30

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Muslims against Muslims in British India: Exploring New Discourse of the Modern History of Sindh. (2023). International Research Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 4(3), 170-179. http://irjmss.com/index.php/irjmss/article/view/16

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