Muslims in The Indian Subcontinent:
by Akram Zahoor, DSc
  Book Description:
Muslims in The Indian Subcontinent
This book covers the history of Muslims in the Indian subcontinent from the time of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) beginning with 617 to 1960 C.E. A brief chronology of the period 5,000 B.C. to 600 C.E. is also included for the people and rulers of the Indian subcontinent. The chronology section of the book contains more than 1,000 yearly entries and contains an extensive collection of events covering the military, political, social, religious, economic, and educational activities of the Muslims in the subcontinent.

The book includes chapters on Taj Mahal, Muslim contributions in India, History in the service of imperialism, and Islamic and Moorish civilization. This book was developed as an educational tool and a reference source on the history of Muslims in the Indian subcontinent, and it includes several maps and nine pages of index.

An excellent resource for educators, journalists, students, and libraries. Book format allows quick access to events and information. A great reference book for every Muslim home.

About the Author:
Dr. Zahoor has published numerous articles on Muslim history, Moorish and Islamic civilization, and on Muslim contributions to science, mathematics, astronomy, and medicine before European Renaissance. Most of these articles are posted at one of the most widely visited Muslim web site "Muslim Scientists and Islamic Civilization," http://www.cyberistan.org/islamic. The web site has been used as a reference source by some colleges and universities in North America, and has received an Internet Guide Award as one of the best on the Internet for quality, accuracy of content, presentation and usability.

A senior engineering scientist and consultant, Dr. Zahoor is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. In his professional capacity, Dr. Zahoor has published more than eighty research papers and special reports, including a three-volume handbook, and has served as a reviewer for a few international journals. He is listed in ten Who's Who and international biographical directories. Among his voluntary services to the community, he serves as a Director of The Muslim Community Center in Maryland.

Product Details:
  Paperback, laminated: 232 pages including bibliography, 5 maps, and nine pages of index.
Book Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.8 x 0.6 inches
Publisher: AZP,B May 2000
ISBN: 0-9702389-1-6

Regular Price:     $ 19.95
Reduced Price:     $ 14.95


Brief Introduction:
This book covers the history of Muslims in the Indian subcontinent from the time of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) beginning with 617 to 1960 C.E. A brief chronology of the period 5,000 B.C. to 600 C.E. is also included for the people and rulers of the Indian subcontinent. The chronology section of the book contains more than 1,000 yearly entries and contains an extensive collection of events covering the military, political, social, religious, economic, and educational activities of the Muslims in the subcontinent.

The book includes chapters on Taj Mahal, Muslim contributions in India, History in the service of imperialism, and Islamic and Moorish civilization. This book was developed as an educational tool and a reference source on the history of Muslims in the Indian subcontinent and it includes several maps and nine pages of index.

An excellent resource for educators, journalists, students, and libraries, the book format allows quick access to events and information. A great reference book for every Muslim home.