The book examines the contours of relationship between India and the Middle East, before the political frontiers of the both the regions were fashioned in the middle of the twentieth century.
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Table of Contents
1. The Baghdadi Jews an Economic Force Across Asia (1790-1950s) 2. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s Jesus and the Rediscovery of ‘Lost Tribes’: Towards a Manifesto for Connected and Fantastic Histories 3. Imdadullah Makki and Muslim Cosmopolitanism in the 19th Century 4. Sayyid Jalal Al-Din Kashani and Habl Al-Matin of Calcutta: Expatriate Press in the Political Discourse of Qajar Iran 5. Ties in Troubled Times: Travel and Transregionalism in India – Ottoman Relations 6. The Trans-National Ties of an Indian Nationalist: Maulana Azad
Kingshuk Chatterjee is Associate Professor in the Department of History, Calcutta University and is an adjunct at the Institute of Foreign Policy Studies, Calcutta University. He is also the Deputy Director of the Centre for Pakistan and West Asian Studies, Calcutta University.