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Cracow Indological Studies, vol. 11, Islam on the Indian Subcontinent, Language, Literature, Culture and History

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Cracow Indological Studies, vol. 11, Islam on the Indian Subcontinent, Language, Literature, Culture and History, ed. by A. Kuczkiewicz-Fras, Jagiellonian University, Institute of Oriental Philology, Cracow 2009


Editor's Preface
Agnieszka Kuczkiewicz-Fraś
Looking askance at Being. A note on Ghalib from a Hindi poet
Ashok Vajpeyi
Power, culture and language of poetry: the transition from Vali to Ghalib
Mehr Afshan Farooqi
The language of love: a study of the amorous and erotic associations of Urdu
Tariq Rahman
Perso-Arabic lexis in the Ramcaritmanas of Tulsidas
Danuta Stasik
Zay Khay Sheen, Aligarh's purdah-nashin poet
Gall Minault
Jihadi literature?
Some novels of Nasim Hijazi
Christina Oesterheld
Images of India's Muslim past in modem Hindi poetry - five poems on three cities by Kunwar Narain
Renata Czekalska
Nostalgia in the reconstruction of Muslim identity in the aftermath of 1857 and the myth of Delhi
Daniela Bredi
History preserved in names. Delhi urban toponyms of Perso-Arabic origin
Agnieszka Kuczkiewicz-Fraś
Persian lexicography in India
Kinga Maciuszak
The learning of Persian in South Asia: the curricula and educational institutions for teaching Persian in South Asia
Tariq Rahman
Sir Sayyid's public sphere: Urdu print and oratory in nineteenth century India
DavidLelyveld
On the road of failure: the Afghans in Mughal India
André Wink
Between tradition and modernity: Fatima Jinnah
Kamila Junik
Contributors
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