Muslim Treatment of Other Religions in Medieval Bengal

@article{Elius2020MuslimTO,
  title={Muslim Treatment of Other Religions in Medieval Bengal},
  author={Mohammad Elius and Issa Khan and M. R. Mohd Nor and A. Muneem and F. Mansor},
  journal={SAGE Open},
  year={2020},
  volume={10}
}
This research analyzes Muslim treatment of other religions in Medieval Bengal from 1204 to 1757 CE with a special reference to Muslim rulers and Sufi saints. The study is based on historical content analysis using a qualitative research design. The study shows the Muslim sultans and Mughals in the medieval period played a vital role in promoting interreligious harmony and human rights in Bengal. In addition, the Muslim missionaries and Sufis served as a force against religious hatred in society… Expand

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