Gibran referred to the work of Nile Green
, titled "From Mysticism to Tradition: Conceptualizing Sufism".
During his discussion Dr Gibran referred to the work of Nile Green
titled 'from mysticism to tradition:
Commenting on the 2008 elections, Nile Green
, professor of South Asian History at the University of California, Los Angeles, observed that none of the electoral malpractices were unique to Pakistan but 'the combination and scale of their proliferation in Pakistan is exceptional.'
Drawing Indian, Arab, Iranian and Tatar Muslims together with Scottish missionaries and African-American converts, Nile Green
brings to life the local sites of globalisation where Islam was repeatedly reinvented in modern times.
In the opening article Nile Green
draws a fascinating sketch of the transformation the Indian Ocean region's religious landscape underwent in the colonial era by tracing the antagonism between Burmans and Indian immigrants in British Burma to religious rather than economic motivations.
By NILE GREEN
. Chichester, West Sussex, and Malden, Mass.: WLLEY-BLACKWELL, 2012.
Bridesmaids were Allyn Stevens Mattalino, Emily Manship Smith, Laura Caitlin Tew, Katherine Christine Tumminello, and Kelly Scott Wright They wore Nile green
silk shantung dresses and carried bouquets that resembled the bride's flowers.
The suite, finished in Purcell's color choices, Nile green
and cream, features a bamboo floor and ample space for many books, her treasured artifacts, and a computer station.
The partial proceedings of the conference "Persia beyond the Oxus: The Circulation of Iranian Languages and Cultural Practices in Central Asia," convened by Nile Green
Bile green with black, bile green with white, bile green with nile green
, its kissing cousin...