CONTRIBUTION OF PROMINENT SUFI SAINTS IN TUMKUR DISTRICT: A STUDY
Keywords:Sufi, Hazrath, Hazrath Mohaddin Shah Khadri-Thathaiah, Hazrath Bibi Fatima
Karnataka is one of the most important southern states of India. It has gained prominence politically, socio-economically, philosophically and in many other ways. It is a meeting place of many religious philosophies and a melting point helping to achieve the synthesis of the teaching of many religious reforms. Sufism is a mystic religion (Kamble,2011).Tumakuru city’s initial Islamic structures trace their origin to mid-17th century, consequent to the Mughal invasion of Bijapur kingdom. It is said that among the many Sufi saints who moved out of Bijapur. This paper reveals that work, development and contributions of the famous sufi saints in the Tumkurdistrict.
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