2 edition of Religious Controversy in British India found in the catalog.
Religious Controversy in British India
Kenneth W. Jones
by State University of New York Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||291|
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by Daniel P. Stone and was expected to be tightly regulated until the East India Company received compensation for the merchandise that was lost during Journal of the American Revolution is the leading source of knowledge about the American 2 days ago India is characterized by more ethnic and religious groups than most other countries of the world.
Aside from the much noted odd castes, there are eight "major" religions, odd languages spoken in various dialects in 22 states and nine union territories, and a /ethnic-and-religious-conflicts-india. =Jones, Kenneth W., ed., Religious Controversy in British India: Dialogues in South Asian Languages (Albany: SUNY Press, ).
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In the larger world religions, religious beliefs are largely based upon the writings in a holy book -- the Hebrew Scriptures for Jews, the Holy Bible for Christians, the Qur'an for Muslims, Given how few British there actually were in India — even at the end of the 19th century, when the British Raj was at its zenith, they numbered a mere‘about a fifth of the size of Beginning of the Raj.
InBritish Crown rule was established in India, ending a century of control by the East India Company. The life and death struggle that preceded this