Encyclopedia of Indian Religions: Islam, Judaism, and Zoroastrianism

Editor/Author Kassam, Zayn, Greenberg, Yudit Kornberg and Bagli, Jehan
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media

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ISBN: 978-94-024-1266-6
Category: Religion & Theology
Image Count: 23
Book Status: Available
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This book covers Zoraoastrianism, Judaism, and Islam and their influence on Indian religious life.

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  • Preface
  • Series Editor
  • About the Editors
  • Contributors
  • A
  • 9th Month of Lunar Calendar
  • ‘Abd al-Qadir Bada'uni
  • ‘Abd'l-Raḥīm Khān-i-Khānān
  • Abd al-Rahim
  • Abdul Aleem
  • Abdul Qadir Badauni
  • Abdur Rahim
  • Abdurrahim
  • Abū al-Faḍl
  • Abū al-Faḍl ‘Allāmī
  • Abū al-Faḍl al-Bayhaqī
  • Abū al-Faḍl ibn Mubarak
  • Abu al-Fath Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar
  • Abū al-Kalām Azād
  • Abū al-Mughīth al-Ḥusayn ibn Manṣūr al-Ḥallāj
  • Abū Ḥafṣ ʿUmar al-Suhrawardī
  • Abu'l Fazl
  • Abu'l Fazl ‘Allāmī
  • Abu'l Fazl ibn Mubarak
  • Abū’l Kalām Āzād
  • Abū’l-Fażl Bayhaqī
  • Abul Kalam
  • Abul Kalam Azad
  • Accusing Nafs (Nafs-e Lawwāma)
  • Adaran
  • Afghan Claimants of Israelite Descent
  • Aga Khan
  • Aga Khan Development Network
  • Aga Khan Foundation
  • Aga Khanis
  • Agyaris
  • Ahl al-Malāmat
  • Aḥmad Khān
  • Ahmad Raza Khan
  • Ahmad Raza Khan Barelvi
  • Aḥmadābād
  • Ahmedabad
  • Aibak (Aybeg), Quṭb al-Dīn
  • Aibek
  • Akbar
  • Akbar I
  • Akbar the Great
  • Al Hidaya
  • ‘Alā’ al-Dīn Ḥusayn (Ghūrid)
  • ʿAlāʾ al-Dīn Khaljī
  • ʿAlāʾ al-Dīn Muḥammad Shāh Khaljī
  • ‘Alā’ ud-Dīn Ḥusain
  • ʿAlāʾ ud-Dīn Khiljī
  • AlBeruni
  • Al-Beruni
  • AlBiruni
  • Al-Biruni
  • Alfī Movements
  • al-Hojvīrī
  • Al-Huda International
  • Al-Huda International Institute of Islamic Education for Women
  • al-Hujwīrī
  • ʿAlī Garshāsp
  • Āl-i Sebüktegīn
  • Āl-i Shansab
  • Aliah Madrasah
  • Aliah University
  • Aligarh Muslim University
  • Aligarh Muslim University, AMU
  • Allama
  • Allama Inayatullah Khan Al-Mashriqi
  • Allama Mashraqi
  • Allama Mashraqui
  • Allama Mashriqi
  • Allama Shibili Nu'mani
  • Allāmah Naqqan
  • Allamah Sir Muhammad Iqbal
  • Almaniyya
  • Almsgiving
  • al-Qannawjī, Muḥammad Ṣiddīq Ḥasan
  • Altaf Hussain Hali
  • Al-Tawḥīd
  • Amīr ‘Alī
  • Amīr Khusrau
  • Amir Khusraw
  • Anglo-Mohammedan Law
  • ʿAqīqa
  • Arezu
  • Arkān al-Īmān
  • Arzu
  • Ārzū, Sirāj al-Dīn ‘Alī Ḳhān (d. 1756)
  • Asghar Ali Engineer
  • Ashraf ‘Alī Thānawī
  • Atash kadeh
  • Avesta
  • Awliyā’
  • Aybak
  • Ay-Bak
  • Aybeg
  • Ayodhya Conflict
  • Ayodhya Dispute
  • Azad Bilgrami
  • B
  • Bābā Farīd
  • Baba Shah Jalal
  • Bābā Shaykh Farīd al-Dīn Ganj-i Shakar
  • Babri Mosque
  • Baburi Masjid
  • Badā’ūnī, ‘Abd al-Qādir (1540–1615)
  • Badaoni
  • Badayuni
  • Baghdadi Jews of India
  • Bahmani Sultanate
  • Bahmanid Sultanate
  • Baihaqī
  • Balaban
  • Balban, Ghiyās al-Dīn
  • Bangladesh (Islam and Muslims)
  • Bangladesh Jama'at-i-Islam
  • Bangladesh Jamaati-e-Islam
  • Baranī, Żiyāʾ al-Dīn
  • Barelvīs
  • Barelwīs
  • Bāyazīd Anṣārī (Pīr-i Rōshan)
  • Bāyezīd
  • Bayhaqī, Abūl-Fażl
  • Bāzīd
  • Bedil
  • Bene Israel
  • Benei Manasseh
  • Bengal (Islam and Muslims)
  • Bhutto, Benazir
  • Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali
  • Bīdel
  • Bidil
  • Bilgrāmī, Āzād
  • Birādari
  • Bīrūnī, al-
  • Bnei Menashe
  • Bombay's Baghdadi Jews
  • Burma Jews
  • C
  • Calcutta Madrasah
  • Caliph
  • Caliphate
  • Cantwell Smith
  • Caste
  • Chishtī Order
  • Chishtiyya
  • Chughtai
  • Chuġtāʾī, ʿIṣmat
  • Cochin Jews
  • Colonialism
  • Commanding Nafs (Nafs-e Ammāra)
  • Community
  • Congress, Muslims
  • Consensus
  • Constitution
  • Contemporary Indian Jewish Literature
  • Coromandel Coast
  • D
  • Dār al-‘Ulūm Deoband
  • Dara Shikoh
  • Dārā Shukoh
  • Dārā Šokōh
  • Dārāshikoh
  • Darbar-i-Aulīya
  • Darbemeher
  • Dare Meher
  • Dars-e-Niẓāmi
  • Dars-e-Niẓāmiyya
  • Dars-i-Niẓāmi
  • Dars-i-Niẓāmiya
  • Dars-i-Nizamiyya
  • Dātā Ganj Bakhsh (Hojvīrī)
  • De Tassy
  • Defensive War
  • Deities
  • Delhi Sultanate
  • Deoband
  • Deoband School
  • Deobandī
  • Deobandīs
  • Dervish
  • Dewan Hasan Raja Chaudhuri
  • Dewan Hasan Reza
  • Dhikr/Zikr
  • Dihli Sultanate
  • Disbeliever in God
  • Du‘ā;
  • E
  • Early Islamic Polity
  • Early Zoroastrians
  • Eastern Medicine (Pakistan)
  • Eid al-Aḍḥā
  • Eid al-Fiṭr
  • Eid/’Īd
  • Eltotmesh
  • Enayetpuri
  • Exerting Effort
  • F
  • Faith in Islam
  • Fakhr al-Dīn Mubārak Shāh
  • Fakhr-i Mudabbir
  • Fakhr-i-Mudabbir
  • Fakhruddin Iraqi
  • Fakhruddin Mubarakshah
  • Fakr al-Dīn ʿIrāqī
  • Faqīr
  • Farā’īḍī Movement
  • Fara'izi Movement
  • Faraidi Movement
  • Faraizi Movement
  • Farhat Hashmi
  • Farīd al-Dīn al-Mas‘ūd (Farīddīn al-Mas‘ūd)
  • Fasting
  • Fasting in Islam
  • Fasting in Ramaḍān
  • Fatawa al-Alamgiriyya
  • Fatawa Hindiyya
  • Fatāwā’l Ālamgīrā
  • Fatawa-i Alamgiri
  • Fatawa-i Alamgiriyya
  • Fatehpur Sikri
  • Fatva
  • Fatwa
  • Fazlur Rahman, Ansari
  • Festival
  • Fetva
  • Fiqh
  • Fire
  • Fire Temples
  • Firoz Shah
  • Firozshah
  • Fīrūz Shāh Tughluq
  • G
  • Gandhi and Muslims
  • Gandhi, Mahatma, and Muslims
  • Ganj Shakar
  • Garcin de Tassy
  • Gēsūdarāz, Sayyid
  • Ghālib, Mirza
  • Ghaznavids
  • Ghaznawids
  • Ghorids
  • Ghulam ‘Ali Azad
  • Ghulam ‘Ali Azad of Bilgram
  • Ghulam Ali Ismail
  • Ghulamali Ismail
  • Ghūrids
  • Gisu Daraz
  • Gisudaraz
  • Gisu-Daraz
  • Graeco-Arabic Medicine
  • Graeco-Islamic Medicine
  • Grameen Bank
  • Group
  • Gulamali Ismail
  • H
  • Ḥadd
  • Haji Naji
  • Hājī Nājī
  • Haji Shariat Allah
  • Haji Shariat Ullah
  • Haji Shariatullah
  • Hajj
  • Hajji Imdad Allah
  • Hajji Imdadullah
  • Hajji Imdadullah Muhajir Makki
  • Hakim al-Ummat
  • Hali, Altāf Ḥusayn
  • Ḥallāj, al-
  • Hasan Raja of Sunamganj
  • Hasan Reza
  • Hason Raja
  • Ḥaydarī
  • Hazarat Shah Jalal
  • Hazrat Inayat Khan
  • Hazrat Shāh Jalāl
  • Hedaya
  • Hidaya
  • Hidayah
  • House of Religious Debate
  • Ḥudood
  • Ḥudūd
  • Humayun's Mausoleum
  • Humayun's Tomb
  • I
  • ‘Ibādat
  • ‘Ibādat Khāna
  • ‘Ibādat Khānah
  • Ibadatkhana
  • Ibn ʿAbd Allāh al-Ṭanjī
  • Ibn Baṭṭūṭa: Abū ʿAbd Allāh Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd Allāh al-Luwāti al-Ṭanjī (1304–1368/703–769)
  • Ibn Battutah
  • Ibn Batuta
  • Ibn Taymīyya
  • Ijmā‘
  • Ijtihād
  • Imam
  • Imām Shāhī
  • Imam-e Inqilab
  • Īmān
  • Imdad Allah
  • Imdādullāh “Muhājir,” Hājji
  • Imdadullah Muhajir Makki
  • Inayat
  • Inayat Khan
  • Inayatullah Khan
  • Independent Judgment
  • India
  • Indian Jews
  • Indian National Congress and Muslims
  • Infidel
  • Interfaith Relations
  • Interpretation of Problems
  • Invocation
  • Iqbāl, Allamah Sir Muḥammad
  • Iraqi Jews
  • Iraqi Jews of India
  • ʿIrāqī, Fakhruddīn (ca. 610–688/1213 or 1214–1289)
  • Islamic Belief System
  • Islamic Charity
  • Islamic Education
  • Islamic Family Law
  • Islamic Festival
  • Islamic Jurisprudence
  • Islamic Law
  • Islamic Laws
  • Islamic Monotheism
  • Islamic Mysticism
  • Islamic Personal Law
  • Islamic Philosophy in India
  • Islamic Political Theory
  • Islamic Punishment
  • Islamic Recasting of Knowledge
  • Islamic Saints
  • Islamic Transformation of Knowledge
  • Islamism
  • Islamization of Knowledge
  • Ismā‘īlīs
  • Ismā‘īl, Gulāmalī (1864–1943)
  • Ismaili Muslims
  • Ismat Chughtaai
  • Ismat Chughtai
  • Ismat Chughtay
  • Israelite Origins of Pathan/Pashtun Tribes
  • Ithnā ‘Asharī Shi‘ism
  • J
  • Jahan Ara
  • Jahanara Begum
  • Jahānārā Begum
  • Jahāngīr, Nūruddin Mohammad
  • Jahānsūz
  • Jalāl ad-Dīn Mujarrad
  • Jalal al-Din Muhammad Akbar
  • Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar
  • Jamā‘at-i Tablīgh
  • Jamā‘at-Khānā
  • Jama'ati-i-Islam Bangladesh
  • Jama'at-i-Islami Bangladesh
  • Jamaat-e-Islami, Sri Lanka
  • Jamaati-e-Islam Bangladesh
  • Jannat Makani
  • Jāti
  • Jawāliqī
  • Jewish Authors in India
  • Jewish Literature in India
  • Jewish-Muslim Relations in South Asia
  • Jews
  • Jews of India
  • Jews of Kerala
  • Jihād
  • Jinnah, Mahomed Ali
  • Jinnah, Muḥammad ‘Alī
  • Jurisprudence
  • Just War
  • Jūzjānī, Minhāj al-Dīn
  • K
  • Kadir, Shaykh Abdul
  • Kāfir
  • Karim Al-Husseini, Shah, Aga Khan IV
  • Khāleda Jiẏā
  • Khan
  • Khān, (Nawwāb) Ṣiddīq Ḥasan
  • Khan, Liaquat Ali
  • Khānaqāh and Ribat
  • Khāndān-i-Ijtihād (Household of Ijtihād)
  • Khan-e Arzu
  • Khan-i Arzu
  • Khan-i Khanan
  • Khattak, Khushḥāl Khān
  • Khawājagān
  • Khilāfat
  • Khilāfat Movement
  • Khoja
  • Khojas
  • Khushḥāl Khān Khatak/Khaṭak/Khattack
  • Khwaja Enayetpuri
  • Khwāja Muʿīn al-Dīn Chishtī
  • Kochi Jews
  • Kochinim
  • Koran Translation
  • Kubrāviyah
  • Kubrāwīyah Order
  • L
  • Lahor
  • Lahore
  • Lal Shahbāz
  • Lal Shahbāz Qalandar
  • Laʿl Shahbāz Qalandar (d. 665/1267 or 673/1274)
  • Limit
  • Listening
  • Literature of Indian Jews
  • Lodīs
  • Luhur
  • M
  • Ma‘bar
  • Madrasa
  • Madrasah
  • Madrasatul Uloom Musalmanan-e-Hind
  • Mahatma Gandhi and Islam
  • Mahfil
  • Mahfil-i-Samā‘
  • Mahmood, Justice Syed
  • Maḥmūd Ghaznavī
  • Malabar Jews
  • Malāmātīs
  • Malang
  • Manto
  • Mas‘ūd b. Maḥmūd
  • Mas‘ūd Ghaznavī
  • Mas‘ūd I
  • Masjid
  • Maudoodi
  • Maulana (or Mawlana) Maududi
  • Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
  • Maulana Azad
  • Maulana Fazlur Rahman Ansari
  • Mawdūdī
  • Mawlānā Abū’l Kalām Āzād
  • Mawlana Hali
  • Mazdaism
  • Meer Hasan
  • Meer Hassan
  • Messianic Movements
  • Millenarian Movements
  • Millennial Movements
  • Minhāj al-Dīn b. Sirāj al-Dīn
  • Minhāj-i Sirāj
  • Mīr Findiriskī
  • Mir Hasan
  • Mīr Hasan (d. 1786)
  • Mir Hassan
  • Mir Mithar Ali
  • Mirzā Asadullāh Khān Ghālib
  • Mirzā Ghālib
  • Missionaries, Islam
  • Modernity
  • Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College, M.A.O.
  • Mohammedan College of Calcutta
  • Mohandas K.
  • Momna
  • Moral Commitment
  • Mosque
  • Mountain Jews
  • Mu‘izz al-Dīn
  • Muḥammad b. al-Qāsim
  • Muḥammad b. Qāsim
  • Muḥammad b. Sām
  • Muḥammad Ghūrī
  • Muḥammad Ḥusaynī Astarābādī
  • Muḥammad Qāsim b. Ṣiddīq Labbai
  • Muḥammad Rafī‘ Saudā
  • Muʿīn al-Dīn Sijzī
  • Muinuddin Chishti
  • Muir, Sir William
  • Mujarrad, Shāh Jalāl
  • Mujibur Rahman, Shaykh
  • Mujibur Rahman, Sheikh
  • Mukammatukācim Cittilevvai
  • Multān
  • Multan (Islam and Muslims)
  • Murshid
  • Musharraf, Pervez
  • Music
  • Muslim Anti-semitism
  • Muslim Community
  • Muslim Family Law
  • Muslim Fasting
  • Muslim Festival
  • Muslim Nation
  • Muslim Personal Law
  • Musulman Law
  • Mutali Ceyku Ishākku
  • Mutali Shaykh Ishaq
  • Myanmar Jews
  • N
  • Nabūwat
  • Nafs
  • Nafs at-Peace (Nafs-e Muṭma'inna)
  • Nagore Dargah
  • Nagore Sharif
  • Namāz
  • Naqšbandiyya
  • Naqshabandiyya
  • Naqshbandī
  • Naqshbandīyah
  • Naqshbandiyya
  • Naqshbandiyyah
  • Naqvī, Ayatullah ‘Alī Naqī
  • Nationalism
  • Nawwāb Ṣiddīq Ḥasan Khān
  • Nizām ad-Dīn
  • Nizām al-Dīn
  • Nizami
  • Nizami, K. A.
  • Nizām-ud-Dīn
  • Nizām-ud-Dīn Awliyā
  • Nizārī Ismā‘īlī
  • Nizārī Ismā‘īlīs
  • Nizari Ismailis
  • Nizārī Ismāʿīlīs
  • Nizāriyya
  • Nonbeliever
  • Noncooperation Movement
  • O
  • Oneness
  • Oneness of God
  • P
  • Pahlavi Rivayats
  • Parsi Economic Pre-eminence
  • Parsi Educational Advancement
  • Parsi Zoroastrian Rituals, Ceremonies, and Consecrations in India
  • Parsism
  • Partnering with God
  • People
  • Pilgrimage
  • Pillar of Islam
  • Pīr
  • Pīr Ḥasan Kabīr al-Dīn
  • Pir Hasan Kabirdin
  • Pīr in Bangladesh
  • Pīr Ṣadr al-Dīn
  • Pir Sadruddin
  • Pīr-i Rōkhān/Rūkhān/Rūshān/Rowshān/Rawshān/Raushān
  • Pir-o-Murshid Hazrat Inayat Khan
  • Politics, Islām
  • Polytheism
  • Poor-Due
  • Prayer
  • Prayer, Islam
  • Prof. KA Nizami
  • Prof. Nizami
  • Pulavar Nāyakam
  • Q
  • Qādirīyah Order
  • Qalandar
  • Qawwali
  • Qurʾān Translation in South Asia
  • Qutbuddin
  • R
  • Rahim
  • Ram Janmabhoommi
  • Ramaḍān
  • Rashīd Aḥmad Gangohī
  • Reasoning
  • Recollection
  • Religious Achievements
  • Religious Festival
  • Religious Group
  • Religious Minorities in India
  • Religious Organizations
  • Religious Rights
  • Religious Tax
  • Remembrance
  • Repetition of Zoroastrianism
  • Restoration of Islamic Civilization
  • Restriction
  • Rind
  • Rite
  • Ritual
  • Rizvi, Saeed Akhtar
  • Rule of Law
  • S
  • Sa'id
  • Saadat Hasan Manto
  • Saʿādat Ḥasan Maṅṫō
  • Saadat Hassan Manto
  • Sadat Hassan Manto
  • Saida Sulatāna
  • Saiyad Sultān
  • Saiyada Sulatāna
  • Saiyid Ahmad Barelvi
  • Saiyyad Sulṭān
  • Ṣalāh
  • Ṣalāt
  • Salīm
  • Samā‘
  • Satpanth
  • Saudā
  • Saudā, Mirzā (d. 1781)
  • Ṣawm
  • Sayed Akhtar Rizvi
  • Sayyid
  • Sayyid Abū’l-aʿlā Mawdūdī
  • Sayyid Ahmad Barelwi
  • Sayyid Ahmad Shaheed
  • Sayyid Ahmad Shahid
  • Sayyid Ahmed Barelvi
  • Sayyidul ‘Ulamā’
  • Secularism
  • Secularization and South Asian Islam
  • Śekha Hāsinā
  • Self-Determination
  • Sephardic Jews
  • Seyyed Hossein Nasr
  • Shah Bano
  • Shah Jalal Mujarrad
  • Shāh Jalāl of Sylhet
  • Shah Sūfi Khwaja Yunus Ali
  • Shahādah
  • Shahzādī Jahānārā Bēgam Ṣāḥib
  • Shaikh Jalaluddin Mujarrad
  • Shaikh Muhammad Iḳbāl
  • Shams al-Dīn Iltutmish
  • Shamsi
  • Shansabānīs
  • Shari ‘at
  • Shari'atullah (d. 1840)
  • Sharīʿah Laws
  • Shariat-Ullah
  • Shattari
  • Shaṭṭārīya
  • Shattariyya
  • Shaykh
  • Shaykh al-Islām
  • Shaykh Shāh Jalāl
  • Shaykh Shihāb al-Dīn al-Suhrawardī
  • Shaykhnā Pulavar
  • Sheikh Hasina
  • Sheikh Hasina Wazed
  • Sheikh Maududi
  • Sheikh Mujib
  • Shīʿa Imāmī Ismāʿīlis
  • Shibli Nomani
  • Shibli Nu'mani
  • Shibli Numani
  • Shihāb al-Dīn
  • Shirk
  • Siddi Lebbe, Mohammed Cassim
  • Siddiqi, Maulana Abdul Aleem
  • Siddique
  • Sin
  • Sir Sayyid
  • Sir Sayyid Aḥmad Khān
  • Sir Syed
  • Siyām
  • Siyāsa Islāmiyya
  • Smith
  • Smith, Wilfred Cantwell
  • Sohravardi Order
  • Ṣolāt
  • Spiritual Concert
  • Sri Lanka (Islam and Muslims)
  • Sri Lanka Jama'ath-e-Islami
  • Striving
  • Sūfi
  • Sufi Concert
  • Sūfi Festival
  • Sūfi Islam
  • Sufi Music
  • Sūfi Order
  • Sufi Ritual
  • Sūfi Ritual
  • Sūfism
  • Sūfism in Bengal
  • Suhrawardī Order
  • Suhrawardīya
  • Suhrawardiyya
  • Sultān Salīm
  • Supplication
  • Syed Aḥmad
  • Syed Ameer Ali, Right Hon'ble Syed Ameer Ali
  • Syed Ameer Ali, Saiyid Ameer Ali, Sayyid Amir Ali, Right Hon
  • Syed Mahmud
  • Syed Mir Nisan Ali
  • Syed Mir Nisar Ali
  • Syncretism
  • T
  • Tablīghī Jamā‘at
  • Tablīghis
  • Tadkira
  • Tamil Nadu (Islam and Muslims)
  • Taqiyya
  • Tarīqah
  • Tariqāh in Bangladesh
  • Taṣawwuf
  • Tauhid
  • Tauhidic Remolding of Knowledge
  • Tawheed
  • Tawḥīd
  • Tazkira
  • Tazkirah
  • Teachings of Prophet Zarathushtra
  • Thanvi
  • Thanwi
  • Tibb
  • Ṭibb-i Sunnatī (Iran)
  • Ṭibb-i Yūnānī
  • Titu Meer
  • Titu Mir
  • Titumir
  • Tomb of Humayun
  • Traditional Islam
  • Traditions of Israelite Descent Among the Afghans
  • Translation of the Quran
  • Twelver Shi‘ism
  • Two-Nation Theory
  • U
  • ‘Ubaid Allah Sindhi
  • ‘Ubaidullah Sindhi
  • Ubaydullah Sindhi
  • ‘Umar ibn ‘Abd-al-‘Azīz
  • ‘Umar II
  • ʿUmar Sohravardī
  • Umaru Pulavar
  • Umayyad Dynasty
  • Ummah
  • Umrah
  • Unani Medicine
  • Unani Tibb
  • Unanipathy
  • Understanding the Rules of Sharīʿah
  • Unity of God
  • ‘Urs
  • V
  • Vannapparimalappulavar
  • W
  • Waḥdat ul-Wujūd
  • Wahhabism in Sri Lanka
  • Waḥy
  • Walī
  • WC Smith
  • Wilfred Smith
  • Women
  • Women in Pakistan
  • Worship
  • Worshipping Many Gods
  • Y
  • Yamīnids
  • Yūnānī Medicine
  • Z
  • Zakāt
  • Zākir Husayn
  • Zakir Hussain
  • Zand Avesta
  • Ẕāt
  • Zia ul-Haq
  • Zia, Begum Khaleda
  • Zikr-e-Allāh
  • Zikr-e-Qalb
  • Ziya al-Din Barani
  • Ziya al-Din, Barani
  • Zoroastrian Accomplishments from the Tenth to the Twentieth Century
  • Zoroastrian Calendars and Festivals
  • Zoroastrian Migration and Settlement in India
  • Zoroastrian Religious History
  • Zoroastrian Religious Institution
  • Zoroastrian Rituals in India
  • Zoroastrian Self-Perceptions
  • Zoroastrian Social Progress in India
  • Zoroastrian Theology and Eschatology
  • Zoroastrian, Scriptures
  • Zoroastrianism
  • Zoroastrianism and Charity
  • Zoroastrianism and Parsis in India Zoroastrianism
  • Zoroastrianism, Historic Correspondence
  • Zoroastrianism, History
  • Zoroastrianism, Temples