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Selected sources for the study of south asian muslim women

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This chapter contains selected sources for the study of South Asian Muslim women. It presents sources related to general studies on south Asia, selected studies on Islam in south Asia, encyclopaedias of Islam, dictionaries of Islam, Qurʾān/Hadiṯẖ and traditions of prophet Muhammad, catalogues of library holdings bibliographies and research guides for the study of south Asian Muslim women. It includes information about the beginning and foundations of Islam, Islamic institutions and traditions, and the spread of Islam in different parts of the globe. It is no longer just a bibliography; it moves far beyond what a bibliography is ordinarily conceived to be.

Keywords: bibliographies; Hadiṯẖ Islam; Islamic institutions; Muslim women; Prophet Muhammad; Qurʾān; research guides; South Asian



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