نشر الثقافة الإسلامیة فی بلاد السند: دراسة تاريخية تحليلية

Promotion of Islamic Culture in Sindh: A Historical and Analytical Study

Authors

  • Dr. Kashif Sheikh Associate Professor, Riphah International University, Islamabad۔
  • Dr. Faiz Ul Islam Department of Islamic Studies, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan.
  • Dr. Zia Ul Haq Senior Lecturer, Riphah International University, Islamabad.

Keywords:

Islam in Subcontinent, History of Sindh, Relations between Arabs and Sindh, Muslim Delegations

Abstract

There are many unrealistic facts presented about the introduction of Islam to the Indian Subcontinent and Sindh. Some historians pointed to the idea that Islam entered the region as a result of the victories and bloody wars on the part of Muslims. But many sound reasons have been proven that the relations of the Arabs with Sindh and Hind were established before the beginning of Islamic preaching by the Prophet Muhammad SAW. Many Arab colonies were established in this region long ago before the advent of Islam. Because of these circumstances, the methods of spreading Islam in this region were the methods of preaching in peaceful and respectful manners. During the time of the Companions, many Companions traveled to the areas Sindh to spread the message of Islam. The Muslim delegations to the land of Sindh continued to promote Islamic teachings as well as for Jihad and trade. In this article, an attempt has been made to present through the analytical study that these continuous efforts and delegations have had a significant impact on changing this region with regard to geography, politics, and culture.

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Published

13-02-2024

How to Cite

Dr. Kashif Sheikh, Dr. Faiz Ul Islam, & Dr. Zia Ul Haq. (2024). نشر الثقافة الإسلامیة فی بلاد السند: دراسة تاريخية تحليلية: Promotion of Islamic Culture in Sindh: A Historical and Analytical Study. INKISHAF, 4(11), 15–31. Retrieved from https://inkishaf.org/index.php/home/article/view/353

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