This book deals with the Khilafat movement (1918-1924) in British India, which aimed at mobilizing pan-Islam for saving Ottoman Turkey from dismemberment and securing political reforms for India. It also examines the gradual transition of Muslim politics from pan-Islam to territorial nationalism.1 See, for instance, William Logan, The Malabar Manual, 1887, repr. as Malabar, i (Madras, 1951); P. Holland-Pryor (ed.) ... 1850-1960 (Bombay, 1970); Stephen F . Dale, Islamic Society on the South Asian Frontier: The Mappilas of Malabar, 1498-1922 (Berkeley, 1980); id., a#39;The Mappilla Outbreaks: Ideology and Social Conflict in Nineteenth Century Keralaa#39;, Journal of Asian Studies, 35/1 (1975), 85- 97;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Pan-Islam in British Indian Politics|
|Author||:||M. Naeem Qureshi|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 1999|