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7. S.A.A. Rizvi, 'Islam in Mediaeval India' in A.L. Basham (ed.) A Cultural History of India, 1975, pp. 291-92.

8. Awarifu-l-Ma'arif, translated by H. Wilberforce darke, p. 18.

9. Kshitimohan Sen, Medieval Mysticism of India, Appendix IV, London, 1930.

10. The Tantrik text Kularnava, 13,132.

11. Kshitimohan Sen, op.cit. Appendix IV.

12. Ibid.

13. Sashibusan Das Gupta, op.dt., pp. 173-74.

14. Kshitimohan Sen, op.dt. Appendix IV.

15. Sashibhusan Das Gupta, op.dt., p. 175.

16. Kshitimohan Sen, op.dt. Appendix IV.

17. Rabindranath Tagore, The Religion of Man, Appendix I, London, 1931.

18. Ibid.

19. Sashibhusan Das Gupta, op.dt., pp. 175-76.

20. Aliraja, Jnana-sagar, Sahitya Parishad, Series no. 59.

21. Muhammad Mansuruddin, Haramoni (in Bengali), p. 4, first Volume published in 1927 (reprinted by Bangia Academy, Dacca, in 1976).

22. Divan-i-Hafiz, translated by darke. Part II, p. 772.

23. Rabindranath Tagore, The Religion of Man, Appendix I.

24. Ibid.

25. Kshitimohan Sen, Medieval Mysticism of India, London, 1930.

26. Sudhir Chakraborti, Gabhir Nirjan Path6 (in Bengali), Calcutta, 1989.

27. Ibid.

28. Muhammad Mansuruddin, Haramoni (in Bengali), first published in 1927 (reprinted by Bangia Academy, Dacca, in 1976).



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