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- Sufi Music of India and Pakistan: Sound, Context, and Meaning in Qawwali [With CD]
- Modern Sufis and the State
In recent years, Sufism has been held up as a supposedly peaceful alternative to forms of Islam associated with violence, an embodiment of tolerance and pluralism.
Few who care about identity politics or Muslim religious vitality- beyond the headlines of extremism or Islamism can ignore this well crafted, and insightful, book. The story of the Sabiri Chishti Sufi order and its engagements with modernity and the nation-state is absorbing and in many respects surprising. Robert Rozehnal draws upon detailed ethnographic accounts as well as an extensive knowledge of the Sufi tradition to present this important case study of Sufism and Islam today.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Qureshi Published History. For the Sufis of India and Pakistan, the Qawwali songs are 'food for the soul', a means of attaining union with God, the ecstatic culmination of mystical experience. View PDF. Save to Library.
Sufi Music of India and Pakistan: Sound, Context, and Meaning in Qawwali [With CD]
Purchasing options are not available in this country. Corbett Columbia University Press. Sufism is typically thought of as the mystical side of Islam. In recent years, it has been held up as a supposedly peaceful alternative to the spread of forms of Islam associated with violence, an embodiment of democratic ideals of tolerance and pluralism. Are Sufis in fact as otherworldy and apolitical as this stereotype suggests?
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Modern Sufis and the State
Originally performed at Sufi shrines or dargahs throughout South Asia, it gained mainstream popularity and an international audience in late 20th century. Delhi 's Sufi saint Amir Khusrow of the Chisti order of Sufis is credited with fusing the Persian , Arabic , Turkish , and Indian traditions in the late 13th century in India to create Qawwali as we know it today. Originally, musical instrument use in Qawwali was prohibited.
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