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Islam in India. Muslim Businesspeople, Azim Premji

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Islam Sunni Barelvi: second largest religion in India, Hinduism. Yusuf Hamied

  1. Islam in India (Bharat)
  2. Case Study: Muslim Businesspeople of India
    1. Azim Premji
    2. Yusuf Hamied
  3. Influence of Islam on the Hindu Economic Area

Sample - Islam in India
Yusuf Hamied (CIPLA) Indian Businessman

African Students (Masters, Courses, Foreign Trade, Business)

Foreign Trade and Business in India (Bharat)

Islam is the second largest religion in Bharat (India), behind Hinduism. According to the Indian Census, there are between 130 and 172 million Muslims, approximately 13.4% of the Indian Population.

  1. After Indonesia (204 million) and Pakistan (178 million), India is the country with the largest number of Muslims (about 10% of the World's Muslim population)
  2. In 1951 there were 35,856,047 Muslims (9.93% of the Indian population)
  3. In 2011, they were 172 million Muslims (14.23% of the population)
  4. Muslims are the majority in Lakshadweep and Jammu and Kashmir States
  5. About 47% of all the Indian Muslims lives in Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, and Bihar
  6. The majority of the Indian Muslims are Barelvi Sunnis
  7. School of Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh): Hanafi
  8. With elements of Islam and Hinduism arose Sikh religion

Indian Muslims are Prominent Businesspeople.

  1. Muslims have founded some of the largest companies in India (Wipro, Cipla)
  2. Forbes lists two Indian Muslim billionaires: Yusuf Hamied and Azim Premji

Three Presidents of India have been Muslim.

Some actors and actresses of the Bollywood film industry based in Mumbai are Muslims: Yusuf Khan (Dilip Kumar), Shahrukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan, and Madhubala.

Azim Premji, Indian Muslim Billionaire,third-richest in India (Bharat)

Religions and Business - Hindus Businessman - Islam in Asia - Islamic Civilization.

Bhagavad Gita, Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda. Nonell
Gita Institute.

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