Muslims and Missionaries in Pre Mutiny India

Muslims and Missionaries in Pre Mutiny India

Focuses on the period leading up to the Indian Mutiny of 1857.

Author: Avril Ann Powell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136100420

Category: Social Science

Page: 339

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Focuses on the period leading up to the Indian Mutiny of 1857.
Categories: Social Science

Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions

Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions

Born to a socially respected and devout Muslim family in Delhi, he spent his early
life as a scholar and teacher in ... Abdool Messeeh," Missionary Register 15 (
1827): 449-453; Avril Powell, Muslims and Missionaries in Pre-Mutiny India (
1993); ...

Author: Gerald H. Anderson

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 0802846807

Category: Religion

Page: 845

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"The book also features cross-references throughout, a bibliography accompanying each entry, an elaborate appendix listing biographies according to particular categories of interest, and a comprehensive index."--BOOK JACKET.
Categories: Religion

Christian Mission to Muslims

Christian Mission to Muslims

Author: Lyle L. Vander Werff

Publisher: William Carey Library

ISBN: 0878083200

Category: Religion

Page: 366

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Categories: Religion

Bombay Islam

Bombay Islam

The Religious Economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1840–1915 Nile Green ... and
Historical Process in South Asia (Madras: New Era, 1982); and A. A. Powell,
Muslims and Missionaries in Pre-Mutiny India (Richmond: Curzon Press, 1993). 2
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Author: Nile Green

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139496636

Category: History

Page:

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As a thriving port city, nineteenth-century Bombay attracted migrants from across India and beyond. Nile Green's Bombay Islam traces the ties between industrialization, imperialism and the production of religion to show how Muslim migration fueled demand for a wide range of religious suppliers, as Christian missionaries competed with Muslim religious entrepreneurs for a stake in the new market. Enabled by a colonial policy of non-intervention in religious affairs, and powered by steam travel and vernacular printing, Bombay's Islamic productions were exported as far as South Africa and Iran. Connecting histories of religion, labour and globalization, the book examines the role of ordinary people - mill hands and merchants - in shaping the demand that drove the market. By drawing on hagiographies, travelogues, doctrinal works, and poems in Persian, Urdu and Arabic, Bombay Islam unravels a vernacular modernity that saw people from across the Indian Ocean drawn into Bombay's industrial economy of enchantment.
Categories: History

The Oxford Handbook of Christianity in Asia

The Oxford Handbook of Christianity in Asia

6. Ibid., 27–28. 7. K. S. Nathan et al., eds., Islam in Southeast Asia (Singapore:
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005), 55–56. 8. Avril Ann Powell, Muslims
and Missionaries in Pre-Mutiny India (Richmond, UK: Curzon Press, 1993), 146.
9.

Author: Felix Wilfred

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199341528

Category: Religion

Page: 768

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Named by the International Bulletin of Missionary Studies as an Outstanding Book of 2014 for Mission Studies Despite the ongoing global expansion of Christianity, there remains a lack of comprehensive scholarship on its development in Asia. This volume fills the gap by exploring the world of Asian Christianity and its manifold expressions, including worship, theology, spirituality, inter-religious relations, interventions in society, and mission. The contributors, from over twenty countries, deconstruct many of the widespread misconceptions and interpretations of Christianity in Asia. They analyze how the growth of Christian beliefs throughout the continent is linked with the socio-political and cultural processes of colonization, decolonization, modernization, democratization, identity construction of social groups, and various social movements. With a particular focus on inter-religious encounters and emerging theological and spiritual paradigms, the volume provides alternative frames for understanding the phenomenon of conversion and studies how the scriptures of other religious traditions are used in the practice of Christianity within Asia.
Categories: Religion

Christians and Missionaries in India

Christians and Missionaries in India

He retained his Muslim name, “'Imad ud-din,”1 “pillar of the faith,” after baptism,
because it was perceived to be as aptly ... in British India: Deoband, 1860-1900 (
Princeton, N.I., 1982); A. A. Powell, Muslims and Missionaries in Pre-Mutiny India
 ...

Author: Robert Eric Frykenberg

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780700716005

Category: Religion

Page: 288

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The assumption that Christianity in India is nothing more than a European, western, or colonial imposition is open to challenge. Those who now think and write about India are often not aware that Christianity is a non-western religion, that in India this has always been so, and that there are now more Christians in Africa and Asia than in the West. Recognizing that more understanding of the separate histories and cultures of the many Christian communities in India will be needed before a truly comprehensive history of Christianity in India can be written, this volume addresses particular aspects of cultural contact, with special reference to caste, conversion, and colonialism. Subjects addressed range from Sanskrit grammar to populist Pentecostalism, Urdu polemics and Tamil poetry.
Categories: Religion

Creating a New Medina

Creating a New Medina

State Power, Islam, and the Quest for Pakistan in Late Colonial North India
Venkat Dhulipala. 6 Urdu Press, Public Opinion and ... 3 Avril A. Powell, Muslims
and Missionaries in Pre-Mutiny India (New Jersey, 1993). The journalist
Kotamraju ...

Author: Venkat Dhulipala

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781316258385

Category: History

Page:

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This book examines how the idea of Pakistan was articulated and debated in the public sphere and how popular enthusiasm was generated for its successful achievement, especially in the crucial province of UP (now Uttar Pradesh) in the last decade of British colonial rule in India. It argues that Pakistan was not a simply a vague idea that serendipitously emerged as a nation-state, but was popularly imagined as a sovereign Islamic State, a new Medina, as some called it. In this regard, it was envisaged as the harbinger of Islam's renewal and rise in the twentieth century, the new leader and protector of the global community of Muslims, and a worthy successor to the defunct Turkish Caliphate. The book also specifically foregrounds the critical role played by Deobandi ulama in articulating this imagined national community with an awareness of Pakistan's global historical significance.
Categories: History

India and the Indianness of Christianity

India and the Indianness of Christianity

Avril A.Powell, Muslims and Missionaries in Pre-Mutiny India (London,1993),
chaps. 3–4; “Processes of Conversion to Christianity in Nineteenth Century North
-Western Inwritten in Hindustani (Urdu) and forwarded to the Church Missionary ...

Author: Richard Fox Young

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 9780802863928

Category: Religion

Page: 283

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Honoring historian Robert Eric Frykenberg, the essays in this collection avoid the pitfall of Eurocentric, top down historiographies and instead adopt and adapt Frykenberg s own Indocentric, bottom up approach, thus accentuating indigenous agency in the emergence of Christianity as an Indian religion. / Contributors: Peter B. Andersen, Michael Bergunder, Judith M. Brown, John B. Carman, Gunnel Cederlf, Daniel Jeyaraj, Chandra Mallampalli, Geoffrey A. Oddie, Avril A. Powell, Rosemary Seton, Wilbert R. Shenk, Martha Lund Smalley, Brian Stanley, Richard Fox Young.
Categories: Religion

Awadh in Revolt 1857 1858

Awadh in Revolt  1857 1858

Author: Rudrangshu Mukherjee

Publisher: Orient Blackswan

ISBN: 8178240270

Category: India

Page: 219

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Categories: India

Writing the Mughal World

Writing the Mughal World

encounter between Catholics and Muslims in the Mughal court is only a small
part of it.103 To be sure, in the Jesuit ... of the nineteenth century, for which see
Avril A. Powell, Muslims and Missionaries in Pre-Mutiny India (Richmond: 1993).

Author: Muzaffar Alam

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231527903

Category: History

Page: 480

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Between the mid-sixteenth and early nineteenth century, the Mughal Empire was an Indo-Islamic dynasty that ruled as far as Bengal in the east and Kabul in the west, as high as Kashmir in the north and the Kaveri basin in the south. The Mughals constructed a sophisticated, complex system of government that facilitated an era of profound artistic and architectural achievement. They promoted the place of Persian culture in Indian society and set the groundwork for South Asia's future development. In this volume, two leading historians of early modern South Asia present nine major joint essays on the Mughal Empire, framed by an essential introductory reflection. Making creative use of materials written in Persian, Indian vernacular languages, and a variety of European languages, their chapters accomplish the most significant innovations in Mughal historiography in decades, intertwining political, cultural, and commercial themes while exploring diplomacy, state-formation, history-writing, religious debate, and political thought. Muzaffar Alam and Sanjay Subrahmanyam center on confrontations between different source materials that they then reconcile, enabling readers to participate in both the debate and resolution of competing claims. Their introduction discusses the comparative and historiographical approach of their work and its place within the literature on Mughal rule. Interdisciplinary and cutting-edge, this volume richly expands research on the Mughal state, early modern South Asia, and the comparative history of the Mughal, Ottoman, Safavid, and other early modern empires.
Categories: History

Famine Philanthropy and the Colonial State

Famine  Philanthropy  and the Colonial State

Missionary Register , Jan . 1845 . 88 Powell , Muslims and Missionaries in Pre -
Mutiny India , p . 162 . 89 “ The extensive and flourishing printing establishment
connected with the orphan Schools not only affords abundant employment to the
 ...

Author: Sanjay Sharma

Publisher: School of Oriental & African Studies University of London

ISBN: UOM:39015054416956

Category: History

Page: 256

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"This social history draws on primary materials to address the hitherto neglected period of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century and the problem of famines. It covers a range of issues including colonial policy, Indian social conditions, political economy, crime, philanthropy, health, disease, and environmental questions."--BOOK JACKET.
Categories: History

Missionaries Education and India

Missionaries  Education  and India

Author: Jonathan Ingleby

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015066050124

Category: Education, Higher

Page: 400

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This Book Is Based On Many Years Of Investigation Into The Activities Of English Protestant Educational Missionaries In India, Canoning Itself Chiefly With The Cultural Impact Of Missioanry Education On The Growth Of Modern India.
Categories: Education, Higher

The Islamic View of Major Christian Teachings

The Islamic View of Major Christian Teachings

... and Christianity in Northern India 1833-1857 : The Relations between Muslims
and Protestant Missionaries in the North - Western Provinces and Oudh ( unpubl .
Ph.D. thesis ) . London 1983 . Muslims and Missionaries in Pre - Mutiny India .

Author: Christine Schirrmacher

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000087927251

Category: Bible

Page: 142

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Categories: Bible

Islam in Inter war Europe

Islam in Inter war Europe

Its propaganda effort was a direct response to the worldwide intensification of
Christian proselytism among Muslim ... in order to demonstrate how Islam “ fell
short of Christianity " ; A . Powell , Muslims and Missionaries in Pre - Mutiny India
 ...

Author: Nathalie Clayer

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: UCSC:32106019654240

Category: History

Page: 409

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In the enormous literature on the Muslim world, one of the few gaps in our knowledge is the status of Islam in inter-war Europe, an imbalance this book aims to address. The Muslim population of Europe in the period from 1918-1939 was not one of isolated islands of belief and practice. Rather, there was far more interaction between Muslim communities than had hitherto been imagined. For example, there was much correspondence and exchange of ideas between the Ahmadi-Lahori missions of Berlin and Woking, near London, and Albanian religious leaders. Other topics discussed in this book include the earlier than imagined emergence of notions of a distinctly 'European' Islam, the fraught interplay of politics and Islam, especially the development by some governments of Muslim 'agendas', the richness and importance of debates within Europe's Muslim community, the attempts by the Nazis to foment 'jihad' and the modus operandi of trans-national networks.
Categories: History

Christians and Muslims in the Commonwealth

Christians and Muslims in the Commonwealth

One was reform or islah of the community in order to protect it from growing ' un -
Islamic influences ' and the other to challenge European ... Powell , A A , Muslims
and Missionaries in Pre - Mutiny India , Curzon , London , Press1993 .

Author: Anthony O'Mahony

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105111285297

Category: Christian-Muslim relations

Page: 330

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Categories: Christian-Muslim relations

Moderate Or Militant

Moderate Or Militant

28 She clearly brings out the difference made by the 1857 Revolt to the attitude of
the missionaries . ... Avril A . Powell , Muslims and Missionaries in Pre - Mutiny
India ( London , 2003 ) ; Gulfishan Khan , Indian Muslim Perceptions of the West
 ...

Author: Mushirul Hasan

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: UOM:39015077120445

Category: Political Science

Page: 252

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Moderate or Militant argues that Indian Muslims have been misunderstood both by the nationalist discourse and the West. Using seminal texts on modern Islam and the writings of modern Indian Muslim thinkers, Mushirul Hasan discusses the pluralism of Indian Muslims and the importance of strengthening secularism in India.
Categories: Political Science

Muslim Perceptions of Christianity

Muslim Perceptions of Christianity

Muslims and missionaries in pre - mutiny India . London : Curzon Press , 1993 .
Race , A . Christians and religious pluralism . London : SCM , 1983 . Ragg ,
Laura , and Lonsdale Ragg ( eds . ) . The gospel of Barnabas . Oxford : OUP ,
1907 .

Author: Hugh Goddard

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015037479741

Category: Christianity and other religions

Page: 210

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Categories: Christianity and other religions

Samarasya

Samarasya

Studies in Indian Arts, Philosophy, and Interreligious Dialogue : in Honour of
Bettina Bäumer Sadananda Das, Ernst ... Avril Ann Powell , Muslims and
Missionaries in Pre - Mutiny India , Surrey : Curzon Press , 1993 ; id . , ' Muslim -
Hindu ...

Author: Sadananda Das

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015064790226

Category: Art de l'Inde

Page: 626

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This Inspirational Guide To An Open, Critical Exchange Between India And The West Is Framed As A Tribute To Dr. Bettina Baumer, An Eminent Scholar Of Indology. Comprising 32 Essays, Segregated Into Three Sections Indian Philosophy And Spirituality, Indian Arts And Aesthetics, And Interreligious And Intercultural Dialogue.
Categories: Art de l'Inde

The Cambridge History of Christianity World Christianities c 1815 c 1914

The Cambridge History of Christianity  World Christianities c  1815 c  1914

Bayly , Susan , Saints , goddesses and kings : Muslims and Christians in South
Indian society , 17001900 ( Cambridge ... Powell , Avril A . , Muslims and
missionaries in pre - mutiny India ( Richmond , Surrey : Curzon Press , 1993 ) .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015063097326

Category: Christianity

Page:

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Categories: Christianity

Religion Versus Empire

Religion Versus Empire

Missionary work in India , notably in Bengal , Madras and the Punjab , has
received serious attention from British and ... in South Indian Society 1700–1900
( Cambridge , 1989 ) ; Avril A. Powell , Muslims and Missionaries in pre - Mutiny
India ...

Author: Rhodes Professor of Imperial History Andrew Porter, PH.D.

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39076002544588

Category: History

Page: 373

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This is the only book that addresses the relations between religion, Protestant missions, and empire building, linking together all three fields of study by taking as its starting point the early eighteenth century Anglican initiatives in colonial North America and the Caribbean. It considers how the early societies of the 1790s built on this inheritance, and extended their own interests to the Pacific, India, the Far East and Africa. Fluctuations in the vigour and commitment of the missions, changing missionary theologies, and the emergence of alternative missionary strategies, are all examined for their impact on imperial expansion. Other themes include the international character of the missionary movement, Christianity's encounter with Islam, and major figures such as David Livingstone, the state and politics, and humanitarianism, all of which are viewed in a fresh light. This monumental study shows that the missionary movement had a far more complex and ambiguous relationship with the Empire than has previously been thought, and will be widely welcomed by students and scholars of imperial history and the history of religion.
Categories: History