General bibliography

Akbar, Sohail. 2018. “Ajmer Sharif’s Photo Booths Capture an Islam that is Diverse and Local.” Econmic and Political Weekly, 53(5), pp. 3320-3331.

Alam, Muzaffar. 1996. “Assimilation from a Distance: Confrontation and Sufi Accommodation in Awadh Society.” In Tradition, Dissent and Ideology. Essays in Honour of Romila Thapar, edited by Champakalakshmi R. and Gopal S. Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 164-191.

Alavi, Seema. 2007. Islam and Healing. Loss and Recovery of an Indo-Muslim Medical Tradition, 1600-1900. Delhi: Permanent Black.

Albera, Dionigi and M. Couroucli (eds.). 2012. Sharing Sacred Space in the Mediterranean: Christians, Muslims and Jews at Shrines and Sanctuaries, Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Albera, Dionigi. 2011. “La mixité religieuse dans les pèlerinages: esquisse d’une réflexion comparative.” Archives de Sciences sociales des religions 155, pp. 109-129.

Amin, Shahid. 2015. Conquest and Community : The Afterlife of Warrior Saint Ghazi Miyan. Delhi: Orient Blackswan. Assayag, Jackie. 2004. At the Confluence of Two Rivers: Muslims and Hindus in South India. Delhi: Manohar.

Assayag, Jackie. 2004. At the Confluence of Two Rivers: Muslims and Hindus in South India. Delhi: Manohar.

Barkan Elazar and K. Barkey (eds.). 2014. Choreographies of Shared Sacred Sites: Religion, Politics, and Conflict Resolution. New York: Columbia University Press.

Bastin, Rohan. 2002. The Domain of Constant Excess: Plural Worship at the Munnesvaram Temples in Sri Lanka. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books.

Bellamy, Carla. 2011. The Powerful Ephemeral: Everyday Healing in an Ambiguously Islamic Place. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Benoist, Jean. 1998. Hindouismes creoles: Mascareignes, Antilles. Paris: Editions du CTHS.

Berti, Daniela and Gilles Tarabout. 2009. Territory, Soil and Society in South Asia. New Delhi: Manohar. Bhaskar, Ira and R. Allen. 2009. Islamicate Cultures of Bombay Cinema. Delhi: Tulika Books.

Bhaskar, Ira and R. Allen. 2009. Islamicate Cultures of Bombay Cinema. Delhi: Tulika Books.

Bigelow, Anna. 2010. Sharing the Sacred: Practicing Pluralism in Muslim North India. New York: Oxford University Press.

Boivin, Michel and R. Delage (eds.). 2016. Devotional Islam in Contemporary South Asia: Shrines, Journeys and Wanderers, London: Routledge.

Boivin, Michel. 2012. Artefacts of Devotion: A Sufi Repertoire of the Qalandariyya in Sehwan Sharif, Sindh, Pakistan, Karachi: Oxford University Press.

Bowman, Glenn (ed.). 2012. Sharing the Sacra: The Politics and Pragmatics of Intercommunal Relations around Holy Places, New York: Berghahn.

Buffetrille, Katia. 1994. The Halase-Maratika Caves (Eastern Nepal): A Sacred Claimed by both Hindus  and Buddhists. Pondy Papers in Social Sciences 16. Pondichery: Institut Français de Pondichery.

Carrithers, Michael. 2000. “On Polytropy: Or the Natural Condition of Spiritual Cosmopolitanism in India: The Digambar Jain Case” Modern Asian Studies, 34 (4), pp. 831-861.

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Dandekar, Deepra and Tschacher, Torsten (eds.). 2017. Islam, Sufism and Everyday Politics of Belonging in South Asia, Delhi: Routledge.

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Digby, Simon. 1970. “Encounters with Jogis in Indian Sufi Hagiography.” Typescript of paper read at the School of Oriental and African Studies. London, January, 27.

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Ernst, Carl W. 1992. Eternal Garden: Mysticism, History and Politics at a South Asian Sufi Center, Albany: State University of New York Press.

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Flueckiger, Joyce B. 2009. In Amma’s Healing Room: Gender and Vernacular Islam in South India. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Flügel, Peter. 2010. “Power and Insight in Jaina Discourse.” In Logic and Belief in Indian Philosophy, edited by Piotr Balcerowicz. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas, pp. 85-217.

Fowden, Elizabeth K. 2002. “Sharing Holy Places.” Common Knowledge 8(1), pp. 124-146.

Gellner, David. 1995. “The Emergence of Conversion in a Hindu-Buddhist Polytropy: The Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, 1600-1995.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 47, pp. 755-780.

Gellner, David. 1997. “For Syncretism: The Position of Buddhism in Nepal and Japan Compared.” Social Anthropology 5(3), pp. 277-291.

Gilmartin, David and Bruce Lawrence (eds.). 2000. Beyond Turk and Hindu. Rethinking Religious Identities in Islamicate South Asia, Gainesville: University of Florida Press.

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Hassner, Ron. 2009. War on Sacred Grounds. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Hayden, Robert M. 2002. “Antagonistic Tolerance: Competitive Sharing of Religions Sites in South Asia and Balkans”. Current Anthropology 43(2), pp. 205-231.

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Mary, André. 1999. Le défi du syncrétisme : Le travail symbolique de la religion d’Eboga. Paris: édition de l’EHESS. Mary, André. 2001. “Pour en finir avec le bricolage…” Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 116, pp. 27-30.

Mayaram, Shail. 2004. “Beyond Ethnicity? Being Hindu and Muslim in South Asia.” In Lived Islam in South Asia: Adaptation, Accommodation, and Conflic, edited by Imtiaz Ahmad and H. Refield. New Delhi: Social Science Press.

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Mumford, Stan. 1990. Himalayan Dialogue. Tibetan Lamas and Gurung Shamans in Nepal. Madison: Universtity of Wisconsin Press.

Pfaffenberger, Bryan. 1979. “The Kataragama Pilgrimage: Hindu-Buddhist Interaction and its Significance in  Sri Lanka’s Polyethnic Social System.” Journal of Asian Studies 38(2), pp. 253-270.

Pinault, David. 2008. Notes From the Fortune-telling Parrot: Islam and the Struggle for Religious Pluralism in Pakistan, London: Equinox.

Premawardhana, Devaka. 2011. “The Unremarkable Hybrid: Aloysius Pieris and the Redundancy of Multiple Religious Belonging.” Journal of Ecumenical Studies 41 (1), pp. 77-101.

Redfield, Robert. 1956. Peasant Society and Culture. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Roy, Asim. 1983. The Islamic Syncretistic Tradition in Bengal. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Shaw, Rosalind and Charles Stewart. 1994. Syncretism/Anti-Syncretism: the Politics of Religious Synthesis. New York: Routledge.

Sikand, Yoginder. 2003. Sacred Spaces: Exploring Traditions of Shared Faith in India. Delhi: Penguin Books India.

Sila-Khan, Dominique. 2004. Crossing the Threshold: Understanding Religious Identities in South Asia. London: I. B. Tauris.

Srinivas, Mysore N. 1952. Religion and Society among the Coorgs of South India. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Srinivas, Tulasi. 2010. Winged Faith: Rethinking Globalization and Religious Pluralism through the Sathya Sai Movement. New York: Columbia University Press.

Stewart, Tony. 2000. “Alternate Structures of Authority: Satya Pir on the Frontiers of Bengal.” In Beyond Turk and Hindu. Rethinking Religious Identities in Islamicate South Asia, edited by D. Gilmartin and B. Lawrence, University Press of Florida, pp. 20-54.

Sunthar Visuvalingam and Elizabeth Chalier-Visuvalingam. 1993. “Between Mecca and Banaras: Towards an Acculturation-Model of Muslim-Hindu Relations.” Islam and the Modern Age 24(1), pp. 20-69.

Taneja, Anand Vivek. 2013. Nature, History and the Sacred in the Medieval Ruins of Delhi, PhD Dissertation (Anthropology), Columbia University.

Taneja, Anand. 2017 (forthcoming). Jinnealogy: Time, Islam, and Ecological Thought in the Medieval Ruins of Delhi. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.

Thakur, V. 1978. “Some Aspects of Brahmanization of Bengal in Gupta Period.” Quaterly Review of Historial Studies 17 (3), pp. 176-181.

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Van der Veer, Peter. 1994. “Syncretism, Multiculturalism and the Discourse of Tolerance.” In Syncretism/Anti- Syncretism: The Politics of Religious Synthesis, edited by Charles Stewart and Rosalind Shaw. Hove: Psychology Press.

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Werbner, Pnina and H. Basu, (eds.). 1998. Embodying Charisma: Modernity, Locality and the Performance of Emotion in Sufi Cults. London: Routledge.

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Williams, Philippa. 2015. Everyday Peace? Politics, Citizenship and Muslim Lives in India. New York: Wiley- Blackwell.

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