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Bhopal Muslims: besieged in the old city?

Abstract : Before 1947, Bhopal was known as the second largest Muslim state after Hyderabad. Its rulers left an ambivalent legacy so far as the Hindu-Muslim relations were concerned. The city was not a riot-prone area and it never became one. But Muslims were at its helm anyway until the Nawab was in office and this balance of power gave this community a special status...
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Shazia Aziz Wülbers. Bhopal Muslims: besieged in the old city?. Christophe Jaffrelot; Laurent Gayer; Christophe Jaffrelot. Muslims in Indian cities: trajectories of marginalisation, Columbia University Press; Hurst Publishers, pp.159 - 188, 2012, 9780231703086. ⟨hal-03586177⟩

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