The Emergence of the British India Islamic Nationalism in the United Province

Jiang LAN, Li DONG

Abstract


 

At the end of the 19th century, South Asia subcontinent was ruled by British Empire. After the Mutiny in 1857, British India Islamic nationalism appeared among British Indian Muslims. In this social context, the Muslims in the United Province which located in northern India grew the United Province to be a strong political vanguard. The Muslims in the United Province carried out political activities positively, established political parties, and disseminated their political ideology around the whole British India. At last, the Muslims in the United Province united most of Muslims in British India to fight for their rights.


Keywords


The united province; Muslims; British India Islamic nationalism; Emergence

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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