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    E–book [ Pilgrimage in Islam: Traditional and Modern Practices (The Foundations of Islam)] Â Sophia Rose Arjana I picked up this book when i saw it sitting on the New Arrivals shelf at my local library. The fact that it discusses both traditional Mecca is it, you'll learn a lot. And i had even known somewhat about Karbala, but not that it was a focus of pilgrimage, Contestations of Identity, Sufi really means, as oppose

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    Arjana covers the early pilgrimages to Mecca, Medina, and Jerusalem, to early graves, and. This lays the groundwork for other traditions of the Shii, Sufi

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    E–book [ Pilgrimage in Islam: Traditional and Modern Practices (The Foundations of Islam)] Â Sophia Rose Arjana Pilgrimage in Islam is a wonderful book that brings together theoretical insights and diverse sources to understand the multiple meanings of pilgrimage, and ritual in general, in Muslim thought and practice. I especially like the way the author is attentive to technology. This is a superb book for "Introduction to Islam" courses.

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characters Pilgrimage in Islam: Traditional and Modern Practices (The Foundations of Islam) ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB It is not only the holy cities of Mecca and Karbala to which Muslim pilgrims travel but a wide variety of sacred sites around the world Journeys are undertaken to visit graves of important historical and religious individuals the tombs of saints and natural sites such as mountaintops and springs Explo. I picked up this book when i saw it sitting on the New Arrivals shelf at my local library The fact that it discusses both traditional Mecca is it you ll learn a lot And i had even known somewhat about Karbala but not that it was a focus of pilgrimage Contestations of Identity Sufi really means as opposed to the Westernized concept of the mystic In uite a few ways i saw shots fired at The Mystic Heart which i read earlier this year Not just with labeling Sufis as mystics but at Westernized Christian centered mysticism as the paradigm for mysticism as well It was surprisingly satisfying It was sometimes confusing to follow which leads me to feel that at some point Arjana should have maybe just made a final statement left it at thatThat she didn t have to keep reminding us what baraka t meant It felt like every other time the term was mentioned it was defined againI was really interested in what Arjana had to say about things like items purchased at sites as well as how pilgrimage has changed with the advent of technology It s sad to learn that even pilgrimage isn t safe from a capitalist mindset but i was grateful that Arjana didn t focus on just that She delved into the spiritual concept of objects bought at a pilgrimage site even if the items were made in China The idea that the item itself carries the blessings goodness from the pilgrimage site itself is something that makes a lot of sense to me it was interesting to learn And i found the concept of items like turab really cool which i hope doesn t sound demeaning in any way A way to bring sacred earth with you wherever you are to even be able to pray upon it That is incredibly profound to me and innovative as wellI was glad that Arjana didn t just focus on materialism commodification which is what i think any non Muslim scholar would have They would have focused on it to the exclusion of the other points Arjana raises about the meaning of those items to pilgrims Arjana is aware of the power these items carry for people and the various spiritual ways they function and i feel she brought that to the forefront of the discussion infinitely interesting nuanced than a tired old argument about commodificationArjana gives a broad overview of how technology has impacted doing pilgrimage including even apps that function in the place of the usual guidebooks I wasn t surprised by that or by pilgrimage sites even having live feeds But i m still wondering then how does one do pilgrimage through their computer or smart phone If your link is through something like a streamed live feed how do you actually perform pilgrimage I wonder this especially for North American Muslims who i noticed Arjana doesn t really mention Muslims throughout the diaspora are brought up as creating their own pilgrimages but what about Muslims on this continent Do they visit any particular graves or mosues or do they do their pilgrimage via the internet How do they recite prayers receive baraka through the internet if they can t move around the site physically touch things Or is this something that is personal uniue to the individualThe book is incredibly informative engaging Like i mentioned Arjana s writing style is clear concise which helps the reader learn as much as possible There s also a glossary of words in the back of the book along with the massive bibliography in case you need to look up a definition Arjana discusses Islamic pilgrimage in detail ranging from the past bringing it into the present something that she rightfully points out many scholars do not do The Afterword in fact discusses some of these kinds of issues head on and Arjana is so engaging here that i want her to write an entire book focused on just these kinds of issues Am i hoping for too muchI definitely recommend this book to anyone who has a specific interest in pilgrimage or even just those of us who want to learn new things regardless

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characters Pilgrimage in Islam: Traditional and Modern Practices (The Foundations of Islam) ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Overs issues such as time space tourism virtual pilgrimages and the use of computers and smartphone apps Lucidly written informative and accessible it is perfectly suited to students scholars and the general reader seeking a comprehensive picture of the defining ritual of religious pilgrimage in Islam. Pilgrimage in Islam is a wonderful book that brings together theoretical insights and diverse sources to understand the multiple meanings of pilgrimage and ritual in general in Muslim thought and practice I especially like the way the author is attentive to technology This is a superb book for Introduction to Islam courses

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characters Pilgrimage in Islam: Traditional and Modern Practices (The Foundations of Islam) ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ring the richness and diversity of traditions practiced by the 15 billion Muslims across the world Sophia Rose Arjana provides a rigorous theoretical discussion of pilgrimage ritual practice and the nature of sacred space in Islam both historically and in the present day This all encompassing survey c. I read everything that Sophia Arjana writes This book among other things reviews the history of how pilgrimage has shifted over time In these times when religion is often essentialized into a one dimensional view of things it is very important to examine religious practices in different historical contexts and from different sectarian views instead of just monolithic hegemonic views Thank you for this book

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • Pilgrimage in Islam: Traditional and Modern Practices (The Foundations of Islam)
  • Sophia Rose Arjana
  • English
  • 11 July 2019
  • 1786071169