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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
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  書名 著者名 頁数 出版元 刊行年 価格 解説
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.
Painters, Paintings and Books: an essay on Indo-Persian technical literature, 12-19th centuries. Painters, Paintings and Books: an essay on Indo-Persian technical literature, 12-19th centuries. Porter, Yves xiv,249p ills. Manohar 2019(1994) 4,779円 Illumination of books and manuscripts, Iranian -- Themes, motives -- Technique The work aims at bringing the Persian texts into the study of the arts and technology of the Indo-lranian world – an approach much neglected so far. Drawing upon Persian sources (both from Iran and India), viz., technical treatises, historical chronicles and poetical texts, the work deals with painting and the art of book making during twelfth to nineteenth century.The introduction presents the geographical and chronological dimensions of the study. After a brief history of Persian painting before the twelfth century, the book discusses mural painting, manuscripts, origin of paper and its fabrication, the composition of the page, colours/pigments used in the paintings, painting subjects, bookbinding, etc. The painter, man and artist, his origin, his training, his status, aesthetics and taste, his workshop and its organisation and distribution of tasks therein, modular construction of the manuscripts, library, the caligraphy surrounding the painting, its illuminations and binding are all analysed. In fact the book reconstructs the entire process of making an illustrated manuscript from its ground work to its binding. Persian text and illustrations enhance the utility of the work.
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.
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.
The Islamic Path: Sufism, politics and society in India. The Islamic Path: Sufism, politics and society in India. Husain Jafri, Saiyid Zaheer & Helmut Reifeld (ed.) xiii,425p Rainbow Publishers/Konrad Adenauer Stiftung 2006 3,979円 Sufism -- Sufi literature -- Islam and politics -- India The essays in this book emanate from a conference entitled "The Political Role of Popular Islam (Sufism)", held in Bikaner between 1st and 3rd of October, 2003. The votaries of 'Reformist Islam' have generally perceived Sufism as something going beyond the premises of Islamic shariat. They have also renaciously held the belief that a preponderance of Sufic thought in society in an index of its decline. The ground reality, however, has been chat Sufi thought spread at a fast pace in the Indian subcontinent, drawing a favourable inclunation. The Sufi figures, irrespective of their historicity or otherwise have provided solace and inspiration to all communities, tribes and castes. Sufism became a significant element of elite culture as well, reflecting itself in music, literature, poetry, and in the find arts. It was this popularity that prompted the state to patronize Sufis to reach out to civic society. The important issues and paradigms of the study of Sufism, politics and society occupy a vast canvas, and only some of these have been articulated, perhaps for the first time, in the present volume.
The King and the People: sovereignty and popular politics in Mughal Delhi. The King and the People: sovereignty and popular politics in Mughal Delhi. Kaicker, Abhishek xviii,351p maps Oxford U.P. (India) 2020 4,484円 Mughal empire -- History -- India Drawing on a wealth of sources from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, this book is the first comprehensive account of the dynamic relationship between ruling authority and its urban subjects in an era that until recently was seen as one of only decline. By placing ordinary people at the centre of its narrative, this wide-ranging work offers fresh perspectives on imperial sovereignty, on the rise of an urban culture of political satire, and on the place of the practices of faith in the work of everyday politics. * Provides the first comprehensive account of the relationship between the ruling authority and urban subjects in Mughal Delhi * Challenges the narrative of imperial decline and places ordinary people at the center of the story * Offers fresh perspectives on imperial soveriegnty and urban culture in the capital of the Mughal empire
Medieval India: studies in polity, economy and society fourteenth-nineteenth centuries. Medieval India: studies in polity, economy and society fourteenth-nineteenth centuries. Husain, Zakir xiii,540p Primus Books 2019 5,524円 India -- History -- 14th-19th centuries This volume contains wide-ranging surveys of various aspects of the history of India’s medieval past. Based on a close scrutiny of the documents at the National Archives of India as well as private collections, the volume explores the Persian archival material, from the mid fourteenth to the mid-nineteenth centuries, highlighting important (but little known) aspects of our past. Sufi texts are scanned for original administrative documents of the Tughluq period. A manual for the treatment of birds, and ecclesiastical positions under Firoz Shah Tughluq are some other rare finds. These essays also explore Humayun’s wanderings around Kabul and the meticulous details of the preparation for the first Mughal expedition to Qandhar under Shahjahan. Some rare and unexplored material on the uprising of 1857 has also been included here for the first time.
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 Asian Trade Revolution of the Seventeenth Century: The Asian Trade Revolution of the Seventeenth Century: Steensgaard, Niels 441p 古書  U. of Chicago Press 1973 1,925円 Asia -- Commerce -- Europe -- History In this work Neils Steensgaard combines an analytical economic approach with detailed historic scholarship to provide an imaginitive and important analysis of a central incident in modern world history. The event is the breaking of the Portuguese monopoly on Asian trade in the seventeenth century by English and Dutch mercantile interests. This change the author demonstrates, was not simply the triumph of the new powers over the old. Rather, the Dutch--English victory heralded a structural change in international trade: the triumph of entrepreneurial capitalism over the older economic mode of the "peddler-merchant."
The Muslim World in Modern South Asia: power, authority, knowledge. The Muslim World in Modern South Asia: power, authority, knowledge. Robinson, Francis xix,397p Permanent Black/ Ashoka 2019 3,445円 Islamic renewal -- South Asia -- Civilization -- Western influences This book is primarily concerned with the experience of the Muslim world over the past two hundred years. It identifies two great processes that have shaped it through this period: Western domination and the industrial capitalism that came with it, and the Islamic revival which preceded the Western presence but came to interact significantly with it. It considers the challenges which Western dominance has offered key aspects of Muslim civilisation, and Muslim responses to them. It also considers aspects of the Muslim revival and how they have come to shape, in various ways, those responses.
'Uryan al-Ghayb: yaganeh-ye noskheh-ye Lakhna'u. 'Uryan al-Ghayb: yaganeh-ye noskheh-ye Lakhna'u. Bayazid Ansari ii,203p Kitabi Duniya 2017 1,623円 Sufism -- South Asia -- History -- 16th century عريان الغيب بايزيد انصارى ʿUryān al-ġaib : yagāna-i nusḫa-i Lakhnaʾū taṣnīf-i Bāyazīd Anṣārī ; muqaddama, taṣḥīḥ, taḥšiya wa tartīb az ʿAbd-al-Ḫāliq Rašīd
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.

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