PROPAGATION OF ISLAM IN KASHMIR: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

Dr. NASEEMA BANO

Abstract


Islam is maintained to have completely spread in the valley of Kashmir in 1339, but basically it entered into the region in the eight century. The genre of mass conversion to Islam occurred in different stages. The credit of spreading of Islam in Kashmir goes mainly to the Sufis but travelers, Muslim traders and officials played vital role in the Kashmir’s conversion to Islam.

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