Moinuddin Chishti

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  • Essay On Sufism

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    Sufism or taṣawwuf is defined as the inner, mystical dimension of Islam. Sufism is a tradition rooted in the Quran and Prophet Muhammad. It includes the study of religious Islamic learning, which then takes on a mystical quality from the interpretation of traditional subjects in terms of internal experiences of the soul. Sufism seems to have originated first in Iraq and then became established in iran, especially Khurasan. By the 10th century Sufism was a well- established movement with a large literature

  • Allusion In John Cuddon's 'The Moon And The Stars'

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    12) ča:nd ɔr ta:re (Moon and Stars) In the poem "The Moon and the Stars," show the star fatigue caused by the eternal journey. The moon reminds them that movement is the essence of life and only those who endure; those who are tired will die. The poet recognizes that the "arrest of the movement" leads to historical gains; Human history is prescribed in a universe where change is the eternal law of time. But the universe continues to grow and numerous treasures complement its history at every moment

  • History Project

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    HISTORY PROJECT Islam came to India with Turks. The interaction that took place between Turks and Indians resulted in the development of a syncretic culture. Mutual understanding and assimilation of each other’s culture took place in all fields. This process of assimilation saw lots of ups and downs. The new rulers built palaces and places of worship. Arabs borrowed the principles of arch and dome from Rome through the Byzantine Empire and adopted them. The use of arch and dome was seen in the

  • Akbar : The Great Leader Of The Mughal Empire

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    Akbar was the third Mughal Emperor of India. His full names is Abū al-Fatḥ Jalāl al-Dīn Muḥammad Akbar. He was born on October 15th, 1542 in Umarkot, India, and died on October 25, 1605 in Agra, India. He reigned from 1556 to 1605. Also during his reign he extended Mughal power over most of the Indian subcontinent. Akbar inherited the empire at the young age of 13. When he inherited the empire, the empire was very shaky. Delhi was his father's capital. Agra became Akbar’s capital after he inherited