“the Hindus who stayed back survived because of their Muslim neighbours. When a Hindu died, Muslims made all efforts to arrange his funeral”
Tantric practices became prevalent across an extraordinary spectrum of sectarian boundaries in South Asia and beyond, ﬂourishing with Saivism, Buddhism, and Vaisnavism. Islam constituted no less likely a ground for the assimilation of Tantric yoga.
Bauls, musicians made up for Hindu bhaktis and Sufi Muslims continue to spread the message of communal harmony through their devotional hymns.
Guest writer Sonny Singh explains Sikhism and misconceptions surrounding its relationship with Hinduism and Islam.