Over the past two centuries, rapid transitions and discontinuities have produced the profound tensions which have resulted from the willful amnesia of their pre-Islamic Indic civilizational past for an ideological and politicized ‘Islamic’ present.
This study aims to document, theorize, and engage this theological transformation of modern Khōjā religious identities as expressed through dimensions of power, language, space, and the body.
This will be a hands on workshop that will result in participants developing a complete business plan.
The EEC has also identified potential Angel Investors.
He was inspired during this time to publish a book with specific reference to Khoja Laws and History.