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南アジア・東南アジア地域研究

南アジア・東南アジア地域研究
South Asia & Southeast Asia
  書名 著者名 頁数 出版元 刊行年 価格 解説
Translations of the Travel Accounts of Sulaiman at-Tagir (1st half 9th cent.) and Abu Zaid as-Sirafi (1st half 10th cent.) Translations of the Travel Accounts of Sulaiman at-Tagir (1st half 9th cent.) and Abu Zaid as-Sirafi (1st half 10th cent.) Sezgin, Fuat (collected) 346p Inst. for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science 1994 repr. 3,872円 Geography -- China -- India -- Description and travel Translations of the travel accounts of Sulaimān at-Tāǧir (1st half 9th cent.) and Abū Zaid as-Sīrāfī (1st half 10th cent.)/ collected and reprinted by Fuat Sezgin
In a Pure Muslim Land: Shi'ism between Pakistan and the Middle East. In a Pure Muslim Land: Shi'ism between Pakistan and the Middle East. Fuchs, Simon Wolfgang xvi,352p U. of North Carolina Press 2019 5,236円 Shīʻah -- Islam -- Pakistan -- Middle East Centering Pakistan in a story of transnational Islam stretching from South Asia to the Middle East, Simon Wolfgang Fuchs offers the first in-depth ethnographic history of the intellectual production of Shi'is and their religious competitors in this "Land of the Pure"
Islamic Prayer across the Indain Ocean: inside and outside the Mosque. Islamic Prayer across the Indain Ocean: inside and outside the Mosque. Parkin, D. & S. Headly (ed.) xi,256p Routledge 2017(00) 3,579円 Prayer -- Islam -- Indian Ocean Region -- Congresses Islam in characterised by a number of inner dualities and oppositions of practice and belief. In its attempt to squash the influence of animism and pantheism or polytheism and to promote the idea of the One and Only Absolute, God, Islam has come up against a tendency within itself to incorporate certain local religious traditions and practices. Islamic Prayer shares this combination of universality and local particularity. This book explores this paradox and the contradictory tendencies contained in it.
Tarikh-e Kashmer. Tarikh-e Kashmer. Khosravi, Mohd. Reda 158p ills. Astan-e Qods Redavi 1376(72) 475円 Kashmir -- History تاریخ کاشمر محمدرضا خسروی Tārīkh-i Kashmir Muhammad Rizā Khusravī
Jinnealogy: time, Islam, and ecological thought in the medieval ruins of Delhi. Jinnealogy: time, Islam, and ecological thought in the medieval ruins of Delhi. Taneja, Anand Vivek xvi,313p ills. Stanford U.P. 2017 4,486円 Jinn -- Islam -- Muslim saints -- India -- Delhi In the ruins of a medieval palace in Delhi, a unique phenomenon occurs: Indians of all castes and creeds meet to socialize and ask the spirits for help. The spirits they entreat are Islamic jinns, and they write out requests as if petitioning the state. At a time when a Hindu right wing government in India is committed to normalizing a view of the past that paints Muslims as oppressors.
A Muslim Missionary in Mediaeval Kashmir (being the English translation of Tohfatu'l-Ahbab). A Muslim Missionary in Mediaeval Kashmir (being the English translation of Tohfatu'l-Ahbab). Pandit, Kashinath (tr. & intro.) lxxx,294p Voice of India 2018(09) 1,925円 Shamsu'd-din Muhammad Araki, 1424- -- Nūrbakhshīyah -- Iran -- Missions -- India -- Jammu and Kashmir Translation of a Farsi work Tohfatu'l-Ahbab, the biography of Shamsu'd-Din Muhammad Araki, an Iranian Shi'a Muslim missionary of Nurbakhshiyyeh order who is reported to have visited Kashmir for the first time in A.H. 882/A.D. 1478. Translation of: Tuḥfatulaḥbāb
Narrative Pasts: the making of a Muslim community in Gujarat, c. 1400-1650. Narrative Pasts: the making of a Muslim community in Gujarat, c. 1400-1650. Balachandran, Jyoti Gulati xvii,226p Oxford U.P. (India) 2020 4,490円 Gujarat (India) -- History -- 16-17th century Narrative Pasts reconstructs the literary, social and historical world of Sufi preceptors, disciples, and descendants in Gujarat from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century. This book departs from the narrow state-centered visions of the Muslim past and integrates Gujarat's sultanate and Mughal past to the larger socio-cultural histories of Islamic South Asia.
India in the Persianate Age, 1000-1765. India in the Persianate Age, 1000-1765. Eaton, Richard M. xiv,489p Allen Lane/Penguin Books 2019 5,722円 India -- Moghul Empire -- Iran -- History -- 1000-1765 Eaton tells this extraordinary story with relish and originality, as he traces the rise of Persianate culture, a many-faceted transregional world connected by ever-widening networks across much of Asia. Introduced to India in the eleventh century by dynasties based in eastern Afghanistan, this culture would become progressively indigenized in the time of the great Mughals (sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries). Eaton brilliantly elaborates the complex encounter between India's Sanskrit culture—an equally rich and transregional complex that continued to flourish and grow throughout this period—and Persian culture, which helped shape the Delhi Sultanate, the Mughal Empire, and a host of regional states. This long-term process of cultural interaction is profoundly reflected in the languages, literatures, cuisines, attires, religions, styles of rulership and warfare, science, art, music, and architecture—and more—of South Asia.
The Urdu Ghazal: a gift of India's composite culture. The Urdu Ghazal: a gift of India's composite culture. Narang, Gopi Chand x,499p Oxford U.P. (India) 2020 4,494円 Ghazals, Urdu -- History and criticism -- Translations into English The book presents unique flowering of Urdu ghazal as a by-product of India's composite culture that evolved from intermixing of Indian and alien value systems. This never before narrated story of the evolution of Urdu ghazal is documented in eight chapters divided into three parts. It explores a variety of influences, including Sufism, Bhakti movement, and infusion of Rekhta and Persian languages and culture. The book explains classical ghazal forms that blossomed from the seeds sown by Amir Khusrau in the fourteenth century to great heights of literary excellence achieved during the next three hundred years, notably in the works of great poets like Mir and Ghalib.
Exploring Medieval India through Persian Sources. Exploring Medieval India through Persian Sources. Akhtar, Ali (ed.) viii,141p National Mission for Manuscripts 2020 1,386円 India -- History -- 1000-1765 -- Persian manuscripts -- Sources -- Congresses Exploring Medieval India through Persian Sources revisits medieval Indian history through eleven authoritative and resourceful papers presented in a national seminar held at the Department of History, Aligarh Muslim University in 2016 by scholars of repute. The Persian sources include political chronicles, biographical accounts, Insha literature, mystic literature (malfuzat, maktubat, etc.), dastur of Amal, farmans, nishan, parwana, foreigners’ accounts, vernacular literature, epigraphy, numismatic, archaeology and paintings. These papers should generate interest among the researchers to further showcase the world many a facet of India’s unknown intellect and history.
Sufism: a peregrination through manuscripts and popular culture. Sufism: a peregrination through manuscripts and popular culture. Bhattacharya, Nandni & Neyeem Anis (ed.) 238p+112p(Urdu) National Mission for Manuscripts 2019 1,584円 Sifism -- Manuscripts -- South Asia The seminar focused on the journey of Sufism as is revealed in the manuscripts and in traditional popular culture. The papers are presented in English (16 articles) and Urdu (12 articles). [Tafhim -e-Tasawwuf: Makhtutaat Aur Mushtakah Saqafat Ki Roshni Mein (Urdu)]

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