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Paper Title: Dr. Abu Bakr Amir-uddin Nadwi, Tibet and Tibetan Muslims. Translated from Urdu by Prof. Paramananda Sharma, Library of Tibetan Works and Archives: Dharamsala, 2004, Pages. 93 (i-xvi, 1-93 P.), Rs. 125, ISBN: 81-86470-53-2.
Authors Name: Mansur Alam
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Published Paper Id: IJNRD2209037
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Abstract: Muslims consider the 'Quran' their holy book, Islamic Prophet and Messenger Muhammad. The Prophet Muhammad himself was a merchant at one stage of his life, and trade has historically instrumental in the spread of his massage. The lands that came under Muslim rule after the early conquests included some of the most important trade routes (e.g. large parts of the silk road), commercial centres (e.g. Damascus), and ports (e.g. Aden) of the pre-modern world. The Muslims also inherited the ever-lucrative spice trade flowing across the Indian Ocean. As Muslims merchants traveled, they inevitably and it may be assumed, often very deliberately exposed non-Muslims to their beliefs, values and way of life. Available historical records show that as early as the period of Tabu Kingdom in the 8th century, Tibetans were associated with Muslims businessmen from Arabia. There are references to Tibet in the works of medieval Muslim geographers and historians such as Yaqut al-Hamawi, Ibn Khaldun, Albiruni, Tarabi, Ibn Rustah, Yaqubi and Rashiduddin. Tibet was known to Muslim geographers and historians as Tehbat or Thebat. Similarly, the Tibetans mentioned the Arab Muslims in their own texts, generally to as ‘Khrom ‘or ‘Phrom’ that connects to ‘Rome’, as the name for all land to the west. Dr. Abu Bakr Amir-uddin Nadwi has been written a book Tibet aur Tibbati Musalmans. It is the first ever historical book on Tibet in Urdu edition. This book is translated in English by Prof. Paramanda Sharma in 2004, published by Library of Tibetan Works and Archives: Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh. The researcher will review this book.
Keywords: Tibet, Sufism, Tibetan Muslims, Religious practices, Business skill and Asylum
Cite Article: "Dr. Abu Bakr Amir-uddin Nadwi, Tibet and Tibetan Muslims. Translated from Urdu by Prof. Paramananda Sharma, Library of Tibetan Works and Archives: Dharamsala, 2004, Pages. 93 (i-xvi, 1-93 P.), Rs. 125, ISBN: 81-86470-53-2.", International Journal of Novel Research and Development (www.ijnrd.org), ISSN:2456-4184, Vol.7, Issue 9, page no.309-310, September-2022, Available :http://www.ijnrd.org/papers/IJNRD2209037.pdf
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Country: Kalimpong, West Bengal, India
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