Islam sa India

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Ang Islam ay ang pangalawang pinakamalaking relihiyon sa India, kung saan may 14.2% ng populasyon ng bansa o tinatayang nasa 172 milyong tao ang kinikilala bilang tagasunod ng Islam (ayon sa senso noong 2011) bilang isang etnorelihiyosong pangkat.[1][2][3] Unang dumating ang Islam sa kanlurang baybay ng India nang dumating sa baybaying Malabar[4] at Konkan-Gujarat[5] ang mga mangangalakal na Arabe noong tinatayang unang bahagi ng ikapitong siglong CE. Sinasabing ang Moske ng Cheraman Juma sa Kerala ang uang moske sa India na itinayo noong 629 CE ni Malik Deenar.[6][7][8][9][10][11]

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  3. "India has 79.8% Hindus, 14.2% Muslims, says 2011 census data on religion". Firstpost (sa Ingles). 2015-08-26. Hinango noong 2017-07-28.
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  6. "Cheraman Juma Masjid: A 1,000-year-old lamp burns in this mosque - Times of India". The Times of India (sa Ingles). Hinango noong 2017-07-28.
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  9. "PM Modi gifts gold-plated replica of ancient Kerala mosque to Saudi King". The Indian Express (sa Ingles). 2016-04-03. Hinango noong 2017-07-28.
  10. "Oldest Indian mosque sets new precedent". Deccan Herald (sa Ingles). Hinango noong 2017-07-28.
  11. "1400-year-old mosque to be restored to its original form". The Hindu (sa Ingles). Hinango noong 2017-07-28.