Shashi S. Sharma is currently the director of the National Book Trust, India, New Dehli. The author has been studying comparative religion and Indian traditions for the past decade and his writings on theology and religious metaphysics have received scholarly acclaim. He also writes poems and short stories in Hindi.
CALIPHS AND SULTANS
This book studies the parameters of Islamic political practice. It examines the emergence of Islam as a conjoint religio-political world view, wherein the establishment of an Islamic state is considered as important for salvific purposes as the performance of prayer and pilgrimage.
Publisher: RUPA & CO