New book chronicles the tales of state of Muslims in India

HarperCollins is set to release “Being Muslim in Hindu India” by Ziya Us Salam on November 29, through ThePrint’s online platform for non-fiction book launches. Despite Muslims forming a majority in Lakshadweep (96.2%) and Jammu & Kashmir (68.3%), areas like Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, and Bihar, with 47% of the Muslim population, witness concerns among the community due to perceived threats and stigmatization. The book explores the experiences of Muslims in India, shedding light on their perspectives and challenges within a predominantly Hindu society. The author delves into the complexities of religious coexistence, providing insights into the dynamics of Muslim identity and the prevalent societal perceptions. By Coshorts

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