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Muslim identity, print culture, and the Dravidian factor in Tamil Nadu

by J. B. P. More

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Published by Orient Longman in Hyderabad, India .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tamil Nadu (India),
  • India,
  • Tamil Nadu
    • Subjects:
    • Muslims -- India -- Tamil Nadu -- History.,
    • Muslims -- India -- Tamil Nadu -- Intellectual life.,
    • Tamil Nadu (India) -- Intellectual life -- 19th century.

    • About the Edition

      Study on the influence of print technology on the Muslims of Tamil Nadu, India.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [299]-310) and index.

      StatementJ.B.P. More.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS427 .M67 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 329 p. ;
      Number of Pages329
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3333715M
      ISBN 108125026320
      LC Control Number2004312832

      J. B. P. More has written: 'Muslim identity, print culture, and the Dravidian factor in Tamil Nadu' -- subject(s): Intellectual life, Muslims, History. Muslim Identity, Print Culture, and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu - J. B. Prashant More Medieval Seafarers of India - Lakshmi Subramaniam India & the Indian Ocean world – Ashin Das Gupta Saints Goddesses and Kings – Susan Bayly Moors of Sri Lanka Political Evolution of Muslims in Tamil Nadu and Madras - J. B. Prashant More.

      Muslim identity, print culture and the Dravidian factor in Tamil Nadu () Industrialisation and socio-cultural change in the tannery belt of the Palar Valley, Tamil Nadu () Different choices (). This chapter also has an introduction to the political party that this book analyzes, namely, the Sri Lankan Muslim Congress. In this chapter the reader will also get an introduction to some or the theoretical points of departure in this book. Muslim Identity, Print Culture and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu. New Delhi: Orient Longman.

        JBP. More, Muslim Identity, Print Culture and Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu, , Delhi: Orient Longman Private Limited, p. JBP. More, (), Religion and Society in South India: Hindus, Muslims and Christians, Nirmalagiri: Institute for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities(IRISH), P. Population Census Tamil Nadu More, J.B.P. (), Muslim identity, print culture and the Dravidian factor in Tamil Nadu, Hyderabad: Orient Longman, ISBN Creation Quarterly ( words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article.


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Muslim identity, print culture, and the Dravidian factor in Tamil Nadu by J. B. P. More Download PDF EPUB FB2

This work is an original attempt to study the influence of print technology on the Muslims of Tamil Nadu and their literature. It is based on the literary works published by the Tamil Muslims fromwhen restrictions on printing were removed, to when they participated in the Khilafat movement.

By extension, the study of this literature becomes a study of the origin, society, and. and the Dravidian factor in Tamil Nadu book Get this from a library.

Muslim identity, print culture, and the Dravidian factor in Tamil Nadu. [J B P More] -- Study on the influence of print technology on the Muslims of Tamil Nadu, India. Muslim Identity, Print Culture and the Dravdian Factor in Tamil Nadu book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

The work is an origin /5(3). Dravida Nadu was also the name of a Tamil language publication started by C. Annadurai. Dravida Nadu is the name of a hypothetical "sovereign state" demanded by Justice Party led by E.

Ramasamy and the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) led by C. Annadurai for the speakers of the Dravidian languages in South India. Initially, the demand of Dravida Nadu proponents was limited to Tamil.

Tamil Muslims (Tamil: முஸ்லிம் தமிழர், muslim tamiẓhar (singular). [mʊslɪm t̪ɐmɪɻɐɾ], or Tamil: முஸ்லிம் தமிழர்கள், muslim tamiẓharkaḷ (plural)?) are Tamils who practise community is at least million people in India, primarily in the state of Tamil Tamilnadu Muslims consider themselves as "Tamils".India: 4, However, Frances Robertson argues that print culture can only be understood as a constellation of diverse practices and therefore discusses a range of print cultures from the present 'post-print' culture.

The book will be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students within the areas of cultural history, art and design history.

More writes in his seminal work ‘Muslim Identity, Print Culture And The Dravidian Factor’: “The fundamental principles of Islam always held the central or the most important place [for Tamil. - Buy Muslim Identity, Print Culture and the Dravdian Factor in Tamil Nadu book online at best prices in India on Read Muslim Identity, Print Culture and the Dravdian Factor in Tamil Nadu book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 1.

Tamils have strong attachment to the Tamil language, which is often venerated in literature as "Tamil̲an̲n̲ai", "the Tamil mother".It has historically been, and to large extent still is, central to the Tamil identity. Like the other languages of South India, it is a Dravidian language, unrelated to the Indo-European languages of northern India.

The Tamil language preserves many features of. Muslim Identity, Print Culture and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu Jan 1, Muslim Identity, Print Culture, and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu.

Orient Blackswan. ISBN Ramanathan, K. The Satyamurti Letters, Volume II. Pearson Education India. ISBN Sen, S. History of Freedom Movement in India (–).

New Age International. ISBN Works that look at the impact of print on Islam in South Asia include: More, J. P., Muslim Identity, Print Culture, and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu (Hyderabad, India: Orient Longman, ); Robinson, Francis, ‘ Technology and Religious Change—Islam and the Impact of Print ’, Modern Asian Stud no.

1 (); and Perkins, C. Dravidian people or Dravidians are the present and past speakers of any of the Dravidian are around million native speakers of Dravidian languages. Dravidian speakers form the majority of the population of South India and are natively found in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, the Maldives and Sri Lanka.

Dravidians are also present in Singapore or the United Arab. "Beschi and the Lutherans",Print Folklore and Nationalism in Colonial South India] A.K. Priolkar. The Printing Press in India; J.B. Prashant More (). Muslim Identity, Print Culture and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu; Rimi B.

Chatterjee. "Outlines of a Discipline: Book History in India" Paradise: new worlds of books and readers () J. In his book Muslim Identity, Print Culture and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu, J B P More discussing the influence of Printing for the Muslim, observes that they and the Jews didn’t like, rather they rejected what the Christians embraced so enthusiastically.

He observes that the Muslims would adopt printing only in the 19th century and. Muslim Identity, Print Culture and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu; Rimi B. Chatterjee. "Outlines of a Discipline: Book History in India" Paradise: new worlds of books and readers () J.

Murdoch. Classified Catalogue of Tamil Printed books, with introductory notes () References. Ironic that we need to read about tamil in english, but nevertheless all the below are good books, should shed some light on the same. A list of Books dealing with Tamil Culture and Tamil History * History of the Tamils: from the earliest times to.

J. Prashant More in his book “Muslim Identity, Print Culture, and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu” writes that Abu Zeyed Al Hassan of Siraf, though he had never set foot on Indian soil, edited and completed the work of Sulaiman al-Tajir by gathering information from merchants and travellers who had been to India and that he has left.

Politics. Dravidian parties, a collective term used for political parties, that trace their ideologies and origin from Dravidar Kazhagam; Dravidar Kazhagam, a former political party in Tamil Nadu; Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, a political party in Tamil Nadu; All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, a political party in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu.

Tamil Muslim culture and literature are heavily influenced by the Shadhili and Qadiri flavours of Sufism. Their domain range from mystical to medical, from fictional to political, from philosophical to legal.

Muslim Identity, Print Culture, and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu. Orient Blackswan. 1–. Dravida Nadu was also the name of a Tamil language publication started by C. N. Annadurai. Dravida Nadu is the name of a hypothetical "sovereign state" demanded by Justice Party led by E.

V. Ramasamy and the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) led by C. N. Annadurai for the speakers of the Dravidian languages in South India. Contents. Background; Characteristics and precursors.The Pandya Dynasty, also known as the Pandyas of Madurai, was a dynasty of south India, one of the three ethnically Tamil lineages, the other two being the Chola and the Chera.

The rulers of the three dynasties were referred to as "the three crowned rulers (the mu-ventar) of the Tamil country".The Pandyas ruled extensive territories, at times including the large portions of present-day south.^ Muslim identity, print culture, and the Dravidian factor in Tamil Nadu, J.

B. Prashant More ^ Layers of blackness: colourism in the African diaspora, Deborah Gabriel ^ Husaini, Abdul Qadir. The History of the Pandya Country. p. 5. ^ Sastri. A History of South India from Prehistoric Times to the Fall of Vijayanagar. p. ^ Roy, Kaushik.