Rules, regulations and rights of women in islam and its impact in the assamese muslim society

  • Masumma Zaman Research Scholar, Dibrugarh, Assam, India
    sujaan90@gmail.com

Abstract

This paper highlight the impact of Islamic rules and regulations in Assamese Muslim Society. The paper shows  the  acceptance  of   the  rights  which  were  given  to  women  in  Islam  and  how  far  it  was  possible for  Assamese Muslim  society  to  accept  such  rights which  was  usually  rarely  prevalent among  them. The work will further discuss the impact of dress code among Islamic people in Assamese society.

Keywords: Assamese, Biya, Juron Diya, Tilawat

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Zaman, M. (2022). Rules, regulations and rights of women in islam and its impact in the assamese muslim society. The Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 2(1), 01-10. https://doi.org/10.37022/tjmdr.v2i1.291
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