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Spread of Islam in Pre-Mughal Bengal

@article{AIAhsan1994SpreadOI,
  title={Spread of Islam in Pre-Mughal Bengal},
  author={Abdullah AI-Ahsan},
  journal={Intellectual Discourse},
  year={1994},
  volume={2}
}
Today's Muslim-majority Bangladesh is surrounded by non-Muslim northernIndia in the west and Buddhist Myanmar in the east. Many non-Muslim scholarshave argued that force was applied in converting indigenous Hindus, while anumber of Muslim scholars have emphasized the migration of Muslims from otherparts of India, as an explanation. Scholars have differences of opinionregarding the time when Bangladesh became a Muslim-majority area. This paperargues that the area constituting Bangladesh was… Expand
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