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Title Muslim Women's Role in the Pakistan Movement
Description Despite the general perception about Muslim Society and Community being a conservative, male dominated with a anti-women bias, a small number of Muslim women have played a crucial role during the crucial moments of Muslim History. This research dissertation traces the significant role played by certain Muslim women during the Mughal rule in India and especially during the Muslim Movement for the creation of Pakistan in the crucial years preceding India's partition in 1947.With the publication of this book, a lesser known aspect the Pakistan movement has been highlighted the research book is well-researched, well documented and analytical and highly informative
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