Tengrism in Central Asia
Post contains two asighnments
1: Tengrism in Central Asia – and its role or adaptation to Islam.
Refer to this book : Devin DeWeese’s Islamization and Native Religion in the Golden Horde.
the book is first substantial study of Islamization in any part of Inner Asia from any perspective and the first to emphasize conversion narratives as important
sources for understanding the dynamics of Islamization. Challenging the prevailing notions of the nature of Islam in Inner Asia, it explores how conversion to Islam
was woven together with indigenous Inner Asian religious values and thereby incorporated as a central and defining element in popular discourse about communal origins
and identity. The book traces the many echoes of a single conversion narrative through six centuries, the previously unknown recounting of the dramatic
&quot;contest&quot; in which the khan Ozbek adopted Islam at the behest of a Sufi saint named Baba Tukles.
DeWeese provides the English-language translation of this and another text as well as translations and analyses of a wide range of passages from historical sources and
epic and folkloric materials. Not only does this study deepen our understanding of the peoples of Central Asia, involved in so much turmoil today, but it also provides
a model for other scholars to emulate in looking at the process of Islamization and communal religious conversion in general as it occurred elsewhere in the
2:Healthcare Policy Priority
(a) identify communication strategies that support an effective policy making-presentation/visit; (b) deliver a message and make recommendations, and (c) communicate
ideas in a clear, succinct, and scholarly manner.