Forging Identities: Gender, Communities, and the State

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Index
Abdullah, Shaikh, 11, 22, 23, 24
Ahmad, Nazir, 11, 18, 22, 24
works of: Miratu-l-Arus,18, 22;
Tawbat un-Nasuh, 22
Ali,
Ameer, 13-4, 15
Sayyid Mumtaz, 10-1, 22
Aligarh, 11, 131-64
Zenana Madrassa, 22, 23
al-Jumahi, Muhammad b. Hatib, 25-6 All India
Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), xiv, 65, 66, 68, 70, 105, see also Muslim personal law, Shah Bano judgement
Muslim Women's League, 79
Women's Conference, 41, 47, 79
Ambedkar, B.R., 60
Ansari, Z.R., 64, 158, 162
Ashrafisation (upward mobility process), 181-86
Awadh, influence on Hindi films, xi, 251-3
Ayodhya, vii, xviii, 67 see also Ram Janmabhumi
Babri Masjid, demolition of, vii, 188, 189,211,215-6
see also Ram Janmabhumi, Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh
Bengal, x, 2, 12, 13 see also social reform
Child Marriage Restraint Act (1929), 39
communalism, vii, 66, 78-9, 83, 85; and the State, 115
community, vii-ix
identity, ix, xviii, 59, 61-4, 86-7, 113-6
and the State, xii, xiv, xxi, 61-4, 70, 74, 92, 115-6
see also Muslim personal law, State women's rights, xii, 40, 53, 56-7, 70, 92
see also Hindu Code Bill, Muslim Women's Bill
community identity, viii women as symbols of, 86-7
Congresss Party, 39, 50, 54-5, 65, 69 and Muslim vote, 67
women's issues, 41, 54-5
Constitution of India, 48, 50 and Muslim personal law, 96-106
cow protection, 62-3, 83
Criminal Procedure Code, Section 125, 64, 66, 69, 98-100, 116-25, 156
and Muslim Women's Bill, 118
cultural nationalism, 2 and women, 78-80
Deoras, Balasaheb, 206
education (talim),23 see also Muslim women, education of
family, xi and the State, xiii, 92, 108, 113
films see Indian cinema
fitna,26-8, 35
fundamentalism, 83-9
and State support, 89-90
Gandhi,
Indira, 99
Rajiv, 65-8, 160
gender, vii, x, 150
and class, 131
multiple identities of, 76
and religious community, ix, xiv, xvi, 59
and the State, ix, 70
see also Muslim Women's Bill, patriarchy
Ghazzali, Imam, 27, 28
Golwalkar, M.S., 197, 205, 206
works of: We, Or Our Nationhood Defined,194-6
Hali, Altaf Husayn, 11, 12, 23, 24, 33, 35, 142
works of: Majalis un-Nissa,11, 12, 23, 35, 142

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