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Dictionary of Central Asian Islamic Terms
Allen J. Frank
by Dunwoody Pr
Written in English
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The Islamic world was always able to assimilate artistic ideas, even from distant sources, and unify them. From Spain to central Asia and India, fundamental Muslim features were modified by strong, regional currents. An important feature of Islamic society was the mobility of its populations. It will be a valuable resource for scholars and teachers of South Asian, Central Asian and Islamic world history.' Nandini Chatterjee - University of Exeter ‘Bold, ambitious and iconoclastic. Wink's sweeping history tackles big questions head-on in an important and often daring re-casting of the Indo-Islamic .
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Dictionary of Central Asian Islamic Terms [Frank, Allen J., Mamatov, Jahangir] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Dictionary of Central Asian Islamic TermsAuthor: Allen J. Frank, Jahangir Mamatov. Genre/Form: Dictionaries Multilingual dictionaries (form) Wörterbuch: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Frank, Allen J., Dictionary of Central Asian Islamic terms.
Hiro is a well-respected expert on Middle Eastern, Islamic, and central Asian affairs, and this latest work illustrates his deep and broad knowledge of this region. The dictionary focuses on those countries encompassed in the geographic area from Egypt to Iran, including Palestine, Israel, Jordan, and Yemen.5/5(3).
"This biographical dictionary, based on a Turkic manuscript compiled inis essential for all those interested in the Islamic history of Central Asia under Russian and Chinese rule.
Covering the period fromit brings to life the muslim communities. Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Chit-chat your way along the famous Silk Road with this broad-ranging phrasebook.
And once you've made an effort to speak any of the native Central Asian languages with the locals, you won't need to look up the translation for the word 'hospitality'.
Covers Uyghur, Uzbek, Kyrgyz, Kazakh, Pashto, Tajik and more. Covers Dictionary of Central Asian Islamic Terms book, Uzbek. He looks specifically at the 'no-man's land nexus' connecting Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan and the heart of Central Asian Islamic radicalism - the Fergana Valley.
This book breaks new ground by examining in unflinching detail the unwitting role US foreign policy plays in fomenting that 'hot zone' and extremism, producing a new. Devin DeWeese, Ph.D. (), Indiana University, is a Professor of Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana publications on the religious history of Islamic Central Asia include Islamization and Native Religion in the Golden Horde (Penn State, ).
Jo-Ann Gross, Ph.D. (), New York University, is Professor of Middle Eastern and Central Asian History at The College of New. Central Asia was the sole Muslim region of the former Russian Empire that lacked a centralized Islamic organization, or muftiate.
When Soviet leader Joseph Stalin created such a body for the region as part of his religious reforms during World War II, he acknowledged that the Muslim faith could enjoy some legal protection under Communist rule. book review Webs of corruption: trafficking and terrorism in Central Asia by Mariya Y.
Omelicheva and Lawrence P. Markowitz, New York, Columbia University Press,pp., $, £, ISBN: Kazakhstan is in some ways a very old nation dating back to the Kazakh Khanate ofbut it dramatically transformed within the Russian Empire and even more so during the period when it was part of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
Since it has been independent and has had to forge its own policy in all fields. Kazakhstan is in an enviable position in terms of exportable natural 3/5(1).
book of pleasant journeys into faraway lands), also known as the Book ofRoger S. Maqbul Ahmad, "al-Idrlsi," in Dictionary of Scientific Bio western Asia, and Central Asia are more accurate than those that cover Southeast Asia, China, and the Far East.
So-called Islamic State began to appear in what it calls Khorasan (Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Asia, Iran and India) in Reports of its presence were at first dismissed as propaganda, but during it became clear that IS had a serious presence in Afghanistan and Pakistan at least. Islamic Central Asia is the first English-language anthology of primary documents for the study of Central Asian history.
Scott C. Levi and Ron Sela draw from a vast array of historical sources to illustrate important aspects of the social, cultural, political, and economic history of Islamic Central Asia.
Dictionary of Central Asian Islamic Terms Allen Frank, Jahangir Mamatov This specialized dictionary defines some 2, Islamic terms as they are attested in each of the following nine Central Asian languages: Bashkir, Karakalpak, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tajik, Tatar, Turkmen, Uyghur, and Uzbek.
Qurbān-ʻAlī Khālidī (Kazakh: Halıdı Kurbanǵalı; Russian: Курбангали Халиди, ) was a Kazakh historian, focusing mainly on the history of the eastern Kazakh works are important sources for the history of Kazakhstan and Xinjiang.
Khālidī was born in Ayagoz, Kazakhstan, to a Chala Kazakh family, though he referred to himself as a "Noghay" - a Volga. Multimedia Uzbek Dialect Dictionary; About Uzbek Dialects; Dialect Classification; Tashkent Dialect Dictionary; Concise Thematic Dictionary; Online Reference Book; Interactive Audio Primer; Dictionary of Uzbek Metaphors; Central Asian Culture Visual Dictionary; Thematic Tajiki Dialect Dictionary.
Among these works, the Uyghur scholar Yusuf Has Hajip's book, Kutatku Bilig (The Knowledge for Happiness, ) and Mahmud Kashgari's Divan-i Lugat-it Turk (a dictionary of Turk languages) are most influential.
Inphotographer and adventurer, Eleanor Moseman spent extensive time in Western China and Central Asia. Dilip Hiro is an Indian author, journalist, and commentator who specializes on the politics of South Asia and Middle East. Early life [ edit ] Born in the Indian sub-continent, Hiro was educated in India, Britain, and the United States, where he received a master's degree at.
Mawlānā (/ m ɔː ˈ l ɑː n ə /; from Arabic مولانا, literally "our lord/master") is a title, mostly in Central Asia and in the Indian subcontinent, preceding the name of respected Muslim religious leaders, in particular graduates of religious institutions, e.g.
a madrassa or a darul uloom, or scholars who have studied under other Islamic scholars. Basmachi (bäsmä`chē), revolt against Communist rule in Central Asia by Muslims and bandits, –The Basmachi fought a guerrilla war against the Red Army, leading uprisings in the Fergana and Pamir regions.
Government efforts at simultaneously acceding to ethnic demands and ruthlessly pursuing the guerrillas led to the diminution and finally the disappearance of the revolt. Dictionary of Islamic Architecture Provides fullest range of artistic, technical, archaeological, cultural and biographical data for the entire geographical and chronological spread of Islamic architecture - from West Africa through the Middle East to Indonesia, and from the seventh to the eighteenth centuries of the Common Era.The governments of Central Asia seek to control Islamic practices to prevent Islam from becoming a mobilizing force in society, and they often use the threat of terrorism as a justification for.IMU: 1 n a terrorist group of Islamic militants formed in ; opposes Uzbekistan's secular regime and wants to establish an Islamic state in central Asia; is a conduit for drugs from Afghanistan to central Asian countries Synonyms: Islamic Group of Uzbekistan, Islamic Party of Turkestan Example of: FTO, foreign terrorist organization.