The Minaret Speaks


This book uses an effective device to portray the cycle of events in the Indian subcontinent’s Islamic history. A lofty minaret in Delhi which was built by Sultan Qutbuddin describes both the happy and tragic times it has witnessed over seven centuries.

It highlights the achievements of successful rulers and the failures of others and also focuses on the demise of Muslim power in the wake of British imperialism. Muslims in the West will appreciate the enlightened portrayal of the British onslaught on Islam in India. It offsets the often biased versions found in school textbooks.

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