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      Sana Haroon, The Mosques of Colonial South Asia A Social and Legal History of Muslim Worship
      (London: I.B. Tauris, 2021), 238.

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            Mosque architecture is the most representative symbol of Muslim material culture. Mosque architecture very early in its history acquired domes and minarets and spread across the globe. While local styles have an endless variety, a mosque even without a signboard can be identified anywhere on earth whether in Spain or Indonesia. Sana Haroon in her book The Mosques of Colonial South Asia: A Social and Legal History of Muslim Worship has thrown light on the social history of mosques while it was passing through the colonial tunnel of time.

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            Policy Perspectives
            1812-7347
            30 June 2022
            : 19
            : 1
            : 111-113
            Affiliations
            [1 ] PhD; Historian; Academic; Author; Editor, Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society (Historicus).
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            10.13169/polipers.19.1.br1
            df180c40-91ec-4eab-b68b-86ac39388e30
            Institute of Policy Studies (IPS), Islamabad, Pakistan

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