Muslim Pilgrimage in the Modern World

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Note: Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations; those with a t indicate tables.
ʿAbdudjalil-bab, 153
ʿAbdullah, king of Jordan, 13
ʿAbdullah, Zain, 113
Ablay-khan (d. 1781), 162, 163
Abreu, Maria José de, 236n14
Afghanistan, 11, 223, 228, 237n24
African American Muslims, 18, 23, 113–15, 120
Aga Khan, 243
Aga Khan III, 256n25
Aga Khan IV, 244, 256n21
Ahbar, Kaʿb al-, 57
Ahl-i Bayt, 207, 259
Ahmed, Qanta, 33–35
al-ʿAskariyya shrine, 207, 228
Albera, Dionigi, 4, 8
al-Busiri (d. ca. 1296), 146n16
Al-i Ahmad, Jalal, 24
Algar, Hamid, 13
Algeria, 12, 94–96, 102
Alilat (deity), 49
Al Jazeera (news network), 237n24
Alpamys mystics, 153
Al-Tusi, Shaykh (d. 1067), 207
Amal Movement (Lebanon), 174
Amanat, ʿAbbas, 212
American Muslims, 112–28; of Brazil, 89–107
Amin, Sayyid Muhsin al- (d. 1952), 173
Ampel, Sunan (saint), 203n34
ancestor veneration, 152, 158, 160, 186, 193, 195
Anderson, Benedict, 108n6
animism, Indonesian, 188. See also shamanism
Ansar al-Dine, 228
Arab Spring (2010), 228, 238n28
arbaʿin pilgrimage, 99–100, 103–4, 106, 107n1, 179
Argentina, 107n3, 108n11
Arjana, Sophia Rose, 8, 27, 112–28
arwah. See ancestor veneration
Arystan-bab (saint), 167n18
Asad, Hafez al-, 174
Asad, Talal, 224, 234
ʿashura, 110n33, 173, 179, 242–46, 249, 256n25
Aslan, Reza, 113
Aslan, Rose, 27, 112–28
Asyʾari, Hasyim, 202n10
Ata Zholy (Way of Forefathers), 157–58
Awrangabad, 141, 147n27
Aysha-bibi (saint), 168n18
Azraqi, Muhammad b. ʿAbdallah al-, 55
Bab al-Saghir cemetery, 180
Babak, Sasan b., 52
Babur (Timurid prince), 235n3
Baiturrohman Mosque (Java), 189
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 173
Bamba, Ahmadou, 102
Bamiyan Buddha statues (Afghanistan), 223, 228, 237n24
Bangladesh, 12
baraka (saint’s blessing), 9, 96, 160, 230–31; of pilgrimsʾ souvenirs, 100, 104; as religious reward, 179
Baydabek-ata (saint), 167n18
Begim, Rabiya Sultan (d. 1485), 162
Benjamin, Walter, 220, 231
Bianchi, Robert R., 18, 25–26, 68–87
Bibi Mariyam (saint), 168n18

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