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The Muslim Heritage of Bengal: The Lives, Thoughts and Achievements of Great Muslim Scholars, Writers and Reformers of Bangladesh and West Bengal Paperback – 28 Nov 2013
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"easy to understand ... With a straightforward and lucid style of language, the book is highly informative and beneficial to students, general readers as well as to research scholars and academics."― Mohammad Irfan Shah, Islam and Muslim Societies: A Social Science Journal
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Liked the style of writing and simple structure, introducing a reader to the history by going through historical figures of the region. This one will take a proud position on my bookshelf, alongside the authors other book, The Muslim 100.
I bought this book with the intention of reading only the entry on Shah Jalal of Sylhet. The engaging style and immaculate prose, however, drove me to read (until the time of writing this review) over 100 pages of the book. The paper quality is excellent too.
It may also give comfort to those who usually feel overwhelmed by the large size of a book. Each entry being approximately 7 pages long, even the less dedicated reader can enjoy this delight.
Although some of the content can be questionable, it certainly is a fantastic book that deserves 5*.
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