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Islam is the second largest religion in South Asia with about million Muslims, forming about one third of South Asia 's population. South Asia has the largest population of Muslims in the world , with about one-third of all Muslims being from South Asia. In India , Islam is the second-largest religion while in Sri Lanka and Nepal it is the third-largest religion. During the caliphate of Ali, many Hindu Jats of Sindh had came under influence of Shi'ism and some even participated in the Battle of Camel and died fighting for Ali. After the Islamic conquest of Persia was completed, the Muslim Arabs then began to move towards the lands east of Persia and in captured Herat. Islam arrived in North India in the 12th century via the Ghurids conquest and has since become a part of India's religious and cultural heritage. A small Muslim presence in South Asia was established on the southern coasts of India and Sri Lanka in the early eighth century.
Muslim conquests in the Indian subcontinent mainly took place from the 12th to the 16th centuries, though earlier Muslim conquests include the invasions into modern Pakistan and the Umayyad campaigns in India , during the time of the Rajput kingdoms in the 8th century. Mahmud of Ghazni , the first ruler to hold the title Sultan , who preserved an ideological link to the suzerainty of the Abbasid Caliphate , invaded and plundered vast parts of Punjab and Gujarat , starting from the Indus River , during the 10th century. In , Bakhtiyar Khalji led the Muslim conquest of Bengal , marking the easternmost expansion of Islam at the time. With the establishment of the Delhi Sultanate, Islam was spread across most parts of the Indian subcontinent. In the 14th century, the Khalji dynasty , under Alauddin Khalji , temporarily extended Muslim rule southwards to Gujarat , Rajasthan and the Deccan , while the Tughlaq dynasty temporarily expanded its territorial reach till Tamil Nadu.
This website is coordinated by Modus Operandi. Ali Mubarak , Lahore, Keywords: Use of religion for war, use of religion for peace Peace according Islam To analyse conflicts from a cultural point of view India Pakistan. The question of Muslim identity in the Indian subcontinent may be analysed on the basis of social, religious, and political consciousness. Socially, the Muslim communities of India have never been united as a single cohesive entity. Their religious identity was transformed from a passive state to an active one according to the changing priorities of the ruling classes.
Evolution and growth of Muslim society in the Sub-continent Although Islam spread rapidly in the world as soon as it surfaced in the world, but it established its.
Pakistan emerged on the world map on August 14 It has its roots into the remote past. Though Makran was conquered but the victory was short-lived, as the locals recaptured the country. In fact the permanent Muslim foothold in the subcontinent was achieved with the entrance of Muhammad Bin Qasim. A number of Arabs lived in coastal area embraced Islam. During those days of A. They made their journey by sea.
The Muslim traders played a very significant role in preaching Islam in the subcontinent, as Hitti remarks that it has passed through three distinct stages originally a religion, Islam later became a state and finally a culture.
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