How Maulana Jamal Mian Becme Pakistani. / Robinson, Francis.

Hidden Histories: Religion and Reform in South Asia. ed. / Syed Akbar Hyder; Manu Bhagavan. New Delhi : Primus, 2018. p. 1-41.

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How Maulana Jamal Mian Becme Pakistani. / Robinson, Francis.

Hidden Histories: Religion and Reform in South Asia. ed. / Syed Akbar Hyder; Manu Bhagavan. New Delhi : Primus, 2018. p. 1-41.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Robinson, F 2018, How Maulana Jamal Mian Becme Pakistani. in SA Hyder & M Bhagavan (eds), Hidden Histories: Religion and Reform in South Asia. Primus, New Delhi, pp. 1-41.

APA

Robinson, F. (2018). How Maulana Jamal Mian Becme Pakistani. In S. A. Hyder, & M. Bhagavan (Eds.), Hidden Histories: Religion and Reform in South Asia (pp. 1-41). Primus.

Vancouver

Robinson F. How Maulana Jamal Mian Becme Pakistani. In Hyder SA, Bhagavan M, editors, Hidden Histories: Religion and Reform in South Asia. New Delhi: Primus. 2018. p. 1-41

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Robinson, Francis. / How Maulana Jamal Mian Becme Pakistani. Hidden Histories: Religion and Reform in South Asia. editor / Syed Akbar Hyder ; Manu Bhagavan. New Delhi : Primus, 2018. pp. 1-41

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