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Devotees at Nizamuddin Dargah, Delhi. Photograph: AMIT MEHRA/ INDIA PICTURE

Mahmood Mamdani calls the bluff of the dichotomy of “Good Muslim, Bad Muslim” in his latest book
Michael H. Fisher review Guy Sorman’s Children of Rifaa: In Search of
Moderate Islam
Barbara D. Metcalf problematises the notion of ‘Lived Islam’
T.N. Madan wonders if Hindus and Muslims can live together separately
Yoginder Sikand takes issue with the idealization of Sufis in Dargahs: Abodes of
the Saints
Muzaffar Alam’s The Languages of Political Islam in India, c 1200-1800

Mahendra Lawoti argues for inclusive political institutions in Towards a Democratic Nepal
Brij Bihari Pandey reviews Himalayan People’s War’: Nepal’s Maoist Rebellion
Suman Dubey is spell-bound by Deb Mukharjee’s The Magic of Nepal

Qurratulain Hyder celebrates the doomed syncretic culture in her novel, My Temples, too
Kalpish Ratna tease out the varied literary influences on J.K. Rowling, creator of Harry Potter
Aabid Surti’s The Black Book and Jaysinh Birjépatils’s Chinnery’s Hotel

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