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Back To The Future

The study portrays the decline and disintegration of the Baluch khanate of Kalat during the last decades of British rule and investigates the genesis of Baluch nationalism during the first half of the XX century. In its essence, the study attempts to de-mystify both Baluch and Pakistani national self-perception and throw light on Pakistan's unsolved national question.
£17.99 excluding shipping

Breaking Links*

£3.00 excluding shipping

Bulleh Shah: A Selection

This book is a collection of poems by the great Sufi poet of Punjab, Bulleh Shah (16801758), translated into English by Taufiq Rafat, one of Pakistans premier English language poets.
£13.99 excluding shipping

Charismatic Leader,The- Jinnah And The Creation Of Pakistan

Hayat tells the story of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, who emerged as the leader of the Muslims in British India between 1937-47. They faced a distressful situation as India advanced towards freedom. Jinnah came to their rescue, showed them a way out in a separate homeland of Pakistan, and led them in their struggle for freedom and independence.
£14.99 excluding shipping

Charismatic Leader: Quaid-I-Azam M.A. Jinnah And The Creation Of Pakistan

Based on the concept of charisma formulated by Max Weber and developed by recent writers, this second revised edition concentrates on 'personality-related' and 'situational' factors that led to the emergence of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah as the charismatic leader of Muslim India and sustained and strengthened him in that role to help create the separate state of Pakistan.
£31.50 excluding shipping

Chishti Sufis In The Sultanate Of Delhi 1190-1400

The book deals with the relationship of the political authorities with the Chishti Sufis, who believed in keeping a distance from the rulers, in the Sultanate of Delhi in pre-Mughal India. It explains how the state tried to seek their support, mostly for political purposes, and how the Chishtis defended their stance.
£29.99 excluding shipping

Cricket In Pakistan: Nation, Identity And Politics

The book examines how profoundly cricket in Pakistan influences culture, politics and society and how it is in turn influenced by the wider social and political context within which it is embedded. An analysis of cricket therefore allows a unique insight into wider societal trends in politics and international relations, race, religion, corruption, cultural change and globalization.
£29.99 excluding shipping

Friends Of God : Sufi Saints In Islam: Popular Poster Art From Pakistan

£14.50 excluding shipping