Qaum Mulk Sultanat Citizenship And National Belonging In Pakistan By Ali Usman Qasmi

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Qaum Mulk Sultanat Citizenship And National Belonging In Pakistan By Ali Usman Qasmi
After the trauma of mass violence and massive population movements around the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947, both new nation states faced the enormous challenge of creating new national narratives, symbols, and histories, as well as a new framework for their political life. While leadership in India claimed the anti-colonial movement, Gandhi, and a civilizational legacy in the subcontinent, the new political elite in Pakistan were faced with a more complex task: to carve out a separate and distinct Muslim history and political tradition from a millennium long history of cultural and religious interaction, mixing, and coexistence.

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