Article: Jainism and Islam

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‘Imperial Mughal Tolerance of Jainism and Jain Painting Activity in Gujarat’
Shridhar Andhare
Arts of Mughal India: Studies in Honour of Robert Skelton
edited by Rosemary Crill, Susan Stronge and Andrew Topsfield
Victoria and Albert Museum and Mapin Publishing; London, UK and Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India ; 2004

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‘The Empire of Polysemy as evidenced in Artharatnavali of Samaya sundaragani’
Prabhakar Apte
Kośa vijñāna: siddhānta evaṃ mūlyāṅkana
edited by S. K. Rohra and D. Pitambar
Kendriya Hindi Samsthan; Agra, Uttar Pradesh; 1989

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Religion and Politics in India During the Seventeenth Century
Mohammad Akram Lari Azad
Criterion Publications; Delhi, India; 1990

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Absent Lord: Ascetics and Kings in a Jain Ritual Culture
Lawrence A. Babb
Comparative Studies in Religion & Society series; volume 8
University of California Press; Berkeley, California, USA; 1996

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‘Samayasundara’s Sāmācārī-śataka and Jain Sectarian Divisions in the Seventeenth Century’
Nalini Balbir
Essays in Jaina Philosophy and Religion
edited by Piotr Balcerowicz
Lala Sundara Jain Research series; volume 20
Motilal Banarsidass; Delhi, India; 2003

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‘A propos des hymnes jaina multilingues (sanskrit, prakrit, persan)’
Nalini Balbir
Indica et Tibetica: Festschrift für Michael Hahn
edited by Konrad Klaus and Jens-Uwe Hartmann
Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde series; volume 66
Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien; Vienna, Austria; 2007

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‘Alamgir’s Tolerance in the Light of Contemporary Jain Literature’
Jnan Chandra
Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society
volume 6: 1
1958

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‘Imperial Mughal Farmans in Gujarat: being farmans mainly issued in favour of Shantidas Jawahari of Ahmadabad by the Mughal emperors’
M. S. Commissariat
Journal of the University of Bombay
volume 9: 1
1940

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‘Who Is a King?: Jain Narratives of Kingship in Medieval Western India’
John E. Cort
Open Boundaries: Jain Communities and Cultures in Indian History
edited by John E. Cort
SUNY Series in Hindu Studies series
State University of New York Press; Albany, New York, USA; 1998

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‘A Tale of Two Cities: On the Origins of Digambar Sectarianism in North India’
John E. Cort
Multiple Histories: Culture and Society in the Study of Rajasthan
edited by Lawrence A. Babb, Varsha Joshi and Michael W. Meister
Rawat Publications; Jaipur, Rajasthan, India; 2002

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‘A Fifteenth-Century Digambar Jain Mystic and his Followers: Tāraṇ Taraṇ Svāmī and the Tāraṇ Svāmi Panth’
John E. Cort
Studies in Jaina History and Culture: Disputes and Dialogues
edited by Peter Flügel
Routledge Advances in Jaina Studies series; volume 1
Routledge Curzon Press; London, UK; 2006

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Framing the Jina: Narratives of Icons and Idols in Jain History
John Cort
Oxford University Press; Oxford, UK and New York, USA; 2010

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‘In Defense of Icons in Three Languages: The Iconophilic Writings of Yaśovijaya’
John E. Cort
International Journal of Jaina Studies (Online)
edited by Peter Flügel
volume 6: 2
Centre of Jaina Studies, SOAS; 2010

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Bhānucandragaṇicarita
Mohanlal Dalichand Desai
Siṅghī Jaina granthamālā series; volume 15
Sanchalaka-Singhi Jain Granthamala; Ahmedabad, Gujarat, and Calcutta, Bengal, in India; 1941

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‘Jain Perceptions of Islam in the Early Modern Period’
Paul Dundas
Indo-Iranian Journal
volume 42: 1
1999

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The Jains
Paul Dundas
Library of Religious Beliefs and Practices series; series editor John Hinnels and Ninian Smart; volume 14
Routledge Curzon Press; London, UK; 2002

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History, Scripture and Controversy in a Medieval Jain Sect
Paul Dundas
Routledge Advances in Jaina Studies series; series editor Peter Flügel; volume 2
Routledge Curzon Press; London, UK; 2007

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‘Temple Destruction and Indo-Muslim States’
Richard M. Eaton
Journal of Islamic Studies
volume 11: 3
2000

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‘Jāhangīr’s Vow of Non-Violence’
Ellison B. Findly
Journal of the American Oriental Society
volume 107: 2
1987

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Objects of Translation: Material Culture and Medieval "Hindu-Muslim" Encounter
Finbarr Barry Flood
Princeton University Press; Princeton, New Jersey, USA; 2009

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‘The Unknown Loṅkā: Tradition and the Cultural Unconscious’
Peter Flügel
Jaina Studies
edited by Colette Caillat and Nalini Balbir
Papers of the XIIth World Sanskrit Conference series; series editor Petteri Koskikallio and Asko Parpola; volume 9
Motilal Banarsidass; New Delhi, India; 2008

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‘Worshipping the Ideal King: On the Social Implications of Jaina Conversion Stories’
Peter Flügel
Geschichten und Geschichte: Historiographie und Hagiographie in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte
edited by Peter Schalk with Max Deeg, Oliver Freiberger, Christoph Kleine and Astrid van Nahl
Historia Religionum series; volume 30
Uppsala University; Uppsala, Sweden; 2010

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‘The Jain Community and Akbar’
Surendra Gopal
Akbar and His Age
edited by Iqtidar Alam Khan
Monograph series; volume 5
Northern Book Centre; New Delhi, India; 1999

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‘Authority and Innovation: A Study of the Use of Similes in the Biography of Hiravijaya to Provide Sanction for the Monk at Court’
Phyllis Granoff
Jinamanjari
volume 1
1990

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The Clever Adulteress and Other Stories: A Treasury of Jain Literature
Phyllis Granoff
Mosaic Press; Oakville, Ontario, Canada; New York, USA; London, UK; 1990

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‘Tales of Broken Limbs and Bleeding Wounds: Responses to Muslim Iconoclasm in Medieval India’
Phyllis Granoff
East and West
volume 41: 1/4
1991

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‘Jinaprabhasūri and Jinadattasūri: Two Studies from the Śvetāmbara Jain Tradition’
Phyllis Granoff
Speaking of Monks: Religious Biography in India and China
edited by Phyllis Granoff and Koichi Shinohara
Mosaic Press; Oakville, Ontario, Canada; 1992

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‘The Jina Bleeds: Threats to the Faith and the Rescue of the Faithful in Medieval Jain Stories’
Phyllis Granoff
Images, Miracles, and Authority in Asian Religious Traditions
edited by Richard H. Davis
Westview Press; Boulder, Colorado, USA; 1998

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‘Mountains of Eternity: Raidhū and the Colossal Jinas of Gwalior’
Phyllis Granoff
Rivista di Studi Sudasiatici
volume 1
Firenze University Press; 2006

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‘The Persian of Jain Hymns’
Banarsi Das Jain
Siddha-Bhāratī, or the Rosary of Indology
edited by Vishva Bandhu
Vishveshvaranand Indological series; volume 1
Vishveshvaranand Vedic Research Institute P. & P. Organization; Hoshiarpur; 1950

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Vividhatīrthakalpa
Jinaprabhasūri
edited by Muni Jinavijaya
Singhi Jain series; volume 10
Shantiniketan; Bombay, India; 1934

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Vividhatīrthakalpaḥ: Regards sur le lieu saint jaina
Jinaprabhasūri
translated by Christine Chojnacki
Publications du département d’indologie series; volume 85
Institut Français de Pondichéry, Ecole Française d'Extrême-Orient; Pondicherry, Puducherry, India; 1995

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‘Jains at the Court of Akbar’
R. Krishnamurthi
Journal of Indian History
volume 23
1944

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‘Qutb and Modern Memory’
Sunil Kumar
The Partitions of Memory: The Afterlife of the Division of India
edited by Suvir Kaul
Permanent Black; Delhi, India; 2001

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‘Akbar as Reflected in the Contemporary Jain Literature in Gujarat’
Shirin Mehta
Akbar and His Age
edited by Iqtidar Alam Khan
Monograph series; volume 5
Northern Book Centre; New Delhi, India; 1999

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‘Jain Influence at Mughul Court’
Kalipada Mitra
Proceedings of the Indian History Congress
1939

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Building Communities in Gujarāt: Architecture and Society during the Twelfth through Fourteenth Centuries
Alka Patel
Brill's Indological Library series; series editor Johannes Bronkhorst; volume 22
Brill; Leiden, Netherlands; 2004

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‘Akbar and the Jains’
Pushpa Prasad
Akbar and His India
edited by Irfan Habib
Oxford University Press; Delhi, India; 1997

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‘Sulṭān, Sūri and the Astrolabe’
S. R. Sarma
Indian Journal of History of Science
volume 35: 2
2000

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Ancient Vijñaptipatras
Hirananda Sastri
Sri-Pratapasimha Maharaja Rajyabhisheka Granthamala series; volume 1
Baroda State Press; Baroda, Gujarat, India; 1942

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‘Śabda-vilāsa or Pārasīnāmamālā of Mantrī Salakṣa of Gujarat’
Umakant P. Shah
Vimarśa: A Half-Yearly Research Bulletin of Rashtriya Sanskrit Samsthan New Delhi
volume 1: 1
1972

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‘The three earliest Jain Influencers of Mughal Religious Policy: Padmasundara, Ānandarāja, and Ajayarāja’
Dasharatha Sharma
Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute
volume 25
Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute; Pune, Maharashtra, India; 1944

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Forging a Region: Sultans, Traders, and Pilgrims in Gujarat 1200–1500
Samira Sheikh
SOAS Studies on South Asia series; volume 5
Oxford University Press; Delhi, India and Oxford, UK; 2009

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‘The Jain Teachers of Akbar’
Vincent A. Smith
Commemorative essays presented to Sir Ramkrishna Gopal Bhandarkar
Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute; Poona, Maharashtra, India; 1917

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The Many Lives of a Rajput Queen: Heroic Pasts in India c. 1500–1900
Ramya Sreenivasan
University of Washington Press; Seattle, Washington, USA; 2007

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The Baburnama: Memoirs of Babur, Prince and Emperor
Babur
translated and edited by Wheeler M. Thackston
Modern Library; New York, New York, USA; 2002

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Somanatha: the Many Voices of a History
Romila Thapar
Penguin Books India; New Delhi, India; 2004

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‘Defining the Other: An Intellectual History of Sanskrit Lexicons and Grammars of Persian’
Audrey Truschke
Journal of Indian Philosophy
volume 40
2012

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A Monk and a Monarch
Muniraj Vidyavijayji
translated by D. R. Mankad
Deepchandji Banthia; Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India; 1944

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Studies in Jaina Sanskrit literature
Satya Vrat
Eastern Book Linkers; Delhi, India; 1994

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Glimpses of Jaina Sanskrit Mahākāvyas
Satya Vrat
Raj Publishing House; Jaipur, Rajasthan, India; 2003

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Early Medieval India and the Expansion of Islam 7th–11th Centuries
André Wink
Al-Hind: The Making of the Indo-Islamic World series; volume 1
Brill; Boston, Massachusetts, USA and Leiden, Netherlands; 2002

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The Slave Kings and the Islamic Conquest 11th–13th Centuries
André Wink
Al-Hind: The Making of the Indo-Islamic World series; volume 2
Brill; Boston, Massachusetts, USA and Leiden, Netherlands; 2002

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