Which of the following describes the interactions between muslim and hindu societies in the ind around 1000 ad? they peacefully coexisted. the muslim invaders saw the hindu as a people to subdue and rule over the hindu's violence suppressed muslim attempts of conversion the invading islamic forces used the treasures of hindu culture to build their own empire the islamic invaders allowed the hindus to continue to worship as they chose despite pressures to convert next question ask for
2. How did the Delhi sultanate affect Hindu society? C) It introduced Turkish, Persian, and Arab social and artistic influences to the area.
3. Which of the following is an example of how the Delhi sultanate changed society in India? A) Many lower caste Hindus converted to Islam because the religion did not recognize a caste system.
4. What was Guru Gobind Singh’s motivation behind giving all Sikh men the last name of Singh? D) He believed that having a common name removed barriers of caste between people and promoted tolerance.
5. Which of the following does the Taj Mahal signify about the Mughal Empire? A) It reflects Persian influences on Indian culture.
6. Which characteristics of the Mughal Empire does the Taj Mahal reflect? D) Blending of Hindu and Muslim cultures.
... Now, here's that bonus thought I promised, in regard to ethnic conflict between Muslim and Hindu communities in India. Looking at more recent history and social interactions in India, Brown University professor Ashutosh Varshney published a great study in 2003 called, Ethnic Conflict and Civic Life: Hindus and Muslims in India (Yale University Press). Varshney's thesis, for which he provides much evidence, is that when opposing ethnic groups are involved in the everyday affairs of societal associations together -- such as shopping in the same markets, children attending the same schools, playing in the same soccer leagues, etc -- these associations tend to reduce occasions of violence between ethnic communities. It's when different ethinc communities live in very divided ways from one another that they have a greater tendency to erupt in violence against one another.
resigning their titles; boycotting government educational institutions, the courts, government service, foreign goods, and elections; and, eventually, refusing to pay taxes.
A.Muslim and Hindu beliefs are quite different. I believe that this is the answer
I believe the answer is B. partially related
Muslims ruling a Hindu majority.
The Delhi sultanate refers to the various Muslim dynasties that ruled in India (1210–1526). Based in Delhi, the territory of the Delhi Sultanate was mainly confined to the northern part of India, though at its peak, it was in control of much of the Indian subcontinent.
Knowing the sultanate's territory was purely indian and that the Indian population is in its majority Hindu, it is fair to describe the Delhi sultanate as "Muslims ruling a Hindu majority".
What do you mean by this?
What was the cause of the Sepoy Rebellion?
The forced use of rifles that had cartridges that were sealed with pork and beef
fat which were offensive to the Muslim and Hindu religions
The enslavement of Indian soldiers to protect the British East India Company
The physical abuse of Muslim soldiers by the British East India Company
The tensions from Muslim and Hindu soldiers being forced to work together at
the British East India Company