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Naqshbandis in western and central Asia change and continuity ; papers read at a conference held at the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul, June 9-11, 1997

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Published by Svenska forskningsinstitutet Istanbul, Curzon Press (distributor,) in [Istanbul], Richmond .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Naqshabandīyah -- Asia, Central -- Congresses.,
  • Naqshabandīyah -- Asia, Central -- History -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by Elisabeth Özdalga.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesTransactions -- v. 9, Transactions (Svenska forskningsinstitutet i Istanbul) -- v. 9.
ContributionsÖzdalga, Elisabeth, 1946-, Svenska forskningsinstitutet i Istanbul.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBP189.7.N35 N367 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination187 p. :
Number of Pages187
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22136491M
ISBN 100700712690, 0700711473

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difficulties and other misconceptions that permeate the entire book. Arthur F. Buehler Louisiana State Univeristy Naqshbandis in Western and Central Asia: Change and Continuity Edited by Elisabeth Ozdalga. Richmond: Curzon Press, Pp. Price PB £ This volume, another of many dedicated to the Naqshbandiyya in recent. Yavuz, M. Hakan. "The Matrix of Modern Turkish Islamic Movements: The Naqshbandi Order." In Naqsyabandis in Western and Central Asia, edited by Elisabeth Özdalga, – Istanbul: Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul, Yavuz, M. Hakan, and John Esposito. NAQSHBANDIS IN WESTERN. AND CENTRAL ASlA CHANGE AND CONTINUITY Papers Read at a Conference Held at the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul June , Edited by Elisabeth Özdalga SWEDISH RESEARCH INSTITUTE IN ISTANBUL TRANSACTIONS VOL. 9. “The Waqf of Khoja ‘Ubayd Allah Ahrar in Nineteenth Century Central Asia: A Preliminary Study of the Tsarist Record,” in Naqshbandis in Western and Central Asia, ed. by Elisabeth Ozdalga (Curson Press,),