Role of Islamic education in India at the era of Mughal kingdomAuthor(s):
Dr. Sangeeta GuptaAbstract:
The Mughal dynasty is one of the legacies of Islamic culture in India; they were instrumental in fostering a renaissance of the country's nearly-extinct ancient civilization. The advent of this dynasty saw the revival of Hindu culture in India. The dynasty's origins can be traced back to the Islamic Middle Ages, where they first appear in written history. After the halcyon days were finished, three great kingdoms emerged to restore the Islamic world's forward momentum. The Mughal Empire was one of the primary powers. In those days, the Third Crown was already a superpower due to the greatness of the kingdom's ability to organise the economy, government, and military. During this time, there was a surge of interest in Islamic schools. The mosque was originally constructed by the Mughal emperor as a place of prayer rather than a school of Islam. The mosque did, in fact, have access to academics who taught a wide range of theological courses. Even student study spaces within the mosques were constructed. Pages: 82-88 | Views: 30 | Downloads: 21Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Sangeeta Gupta. Role of Islamic education in India at the era of Mughal kingdom. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2019;1(1):82-88.