Moplah


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Mop´lah


n.1.One of a class of Mohammedans in Malabar.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Another comrade, economist Eric Rahim, remembers the building being manned in the initial years by "a Malabari comrade who acted as a kind of caretaker" probably among the many Malayalis who fled the southwestern Malabar coast after the 1921 Moplah Rebellion to escape the British-administered crackdown.
But after the Moplah uprising and subsequently releasing from jail, the same Swami Sharddanand launched the Shuddhi Movement143.
Summary: Former Dubai-based investment banker brings Moplah cuisine to Dubai
Malabar, the land spooned by Arabian Sea and shielded by the Western Ghats is home to the piquant Moplah cuisine.
The Moplah cuisine of the Malabar region has a distinct flavour, borrowed from the traders who regularly visited the region.
His role in the Khilafat movement and over the Moplah (Muslim) rebellion has been heavily criticized.
In Duravastha, Asan tells the story of a Nambudiri lady - Savitri - who lost her kith and kin in the Moplah rebellion (1921) and takes shelter in the hut of a Harijan - Chathan.
It's the Moplah Biryani, a classic of Kerala Muslim cuisine.
Hindu publicists (5) saw in the Khilafat movement and the Moplah rebellion of Malabar (6) the threat of a united and militant Muslim population poised to wipe out the Hindus and their culture.
The place sprang to prominence when it became the epicentre of the violent Mappila (or Moplah) riots in 1921, fuelled chiefly by the Khilafat movement.
As far back as the 1630s, saltpeter from Madurai had been sent to the minor ports of Tuticorin and Kayalpatnam to be traded, probably by Moplah and Lubbai peddlers, across the Ghats to Malabar and Goa.
The Moplah Rebellion of 1896: Communalism, Historical Narrative, and