Today, there are over 500 million Muslims throughout the Indian subcontinent (India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh), making it one of the largest population centers of Muslims in the world. Since Islam first entered India, it has contributed greatly to the area and its people. Today, numerous theories about how India came to be such a largely
Philosophy and Tasawwuf Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī (Persian: جلالالدین محمد بلخى), also known as Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī. His major contribution lies in Islamic philosophy and Tasawwuf. This was embodied largely in poetry, especially through his famous Mathnawi. This book, the largest mystical exposition in verse, discusses and offers solutions to many complicated problems in
Most used apps for travellers2019-06-20T16:36:14+00:00Travel tips for a savviest traveler.
Most used apps for travellers. Go on and enjoy your adventure holidays with these apps. The Best Apps for Vacation Planning.
Travelling Alone!2019-01-14T15:43:45+00:00Travel tips for a savviest traveler.
About to take that big trip? Considering going solo? Worried about the idea of travelling alone? One of the main purposes of travelling alone is to gain experiences.
Instagram Photo Landscapes Contest!2018-10-11T17:24:27+00:00Travel tips and tricks
What You Need to Know Upload a pic of your favourite travel landscapes for a chance to win! Post your pic to our Instagram account with the hashtag #travellandscapes for a chance to win the Contest. CONTEST RULES Please read these rules before submitting your photo(s) to Al Andalus Route’s contest. These are General Rules
4 Of The Best Travel Beauty Products On Amazon2018-09-15T00:49:05+00:00Travel tips for a savviest traveler.
4 Of The Best Travel Beauty Products On Amazon Lotions, shampoos, conditioners, hair dryers AND MORE that you can easily stash in your carry-on. Before suffering through your next red-eye or long-haul flight, consider packing something that can make the experience better: a comfort travel kit. With multiple travel essentials in each kit, it’s like
10 Mind-blowing monuments that must have on your bucket list.2017-11-03T11:15:07+00:00Al Alndalus Muslim Heritage history
The 10 Mind-blowing monuments in Andalucia. There are monuments and neighbourhoods so relevant that they appear on almost every traveller’s bucket list.
Here’s How To Eat Healthy Even While Traveling2017-08-24T10:32:46+00:00Travel tips and tricks
1. If you know you’re not going to use the mini-bar in your room, ask the hotel to empty it out. 20th Century Fox Just call ahead and let them know. Then use it as a fridge for breakfast items and healthy snacks. 2. Alternatively, if your hotel room doesn’t have a fridge, make one. Home Depot
My BEST Travel Tips — Part One.2017-08-24T10:28:03+00:00Travel tips and tricks
If you follow me on instgram (or snapchat) you know that I pretty much travel every 9 or so days. Due to my job, I have to go so often and whenever I can I try to squeeze in something just for me. I have never really documented what I’ve learned along the way until now. We may
Sacromonte’s flamenco shows2017-06-21T03:00:34+00:00Uncategorized
Sacromonte’s flamenco shows Flamecos deep cultural roots in our city that it goes back to the Century XVI. The flamenco shows consists of several different palos (flamenco styles), from soleá to alegría. Watch as two dancers are accompanied by a passionate flamenco singer and a guitar player. Moor is not the same as Moslem. Moor
The Great Mosque of Granada2016-11-30T19:28:11+00:00Al Alndalus Muslim Heritage history
The Mosque of Granada inaugurated in the summer of the year 2003 celebrates a historic reunion as it looks out in greeting towards the Alhambra.
Breaking the Fast2014-10-24T16:18:46+00:00History
Breaking the fast in Granada The Iftar: the Daily Break-Fast During Ramadan Is a social rather than a simple meal event. Iftar is right after Maghrib time, which is around sunset. This period of fasting is to bring self-purification through self restraint and good deeds. Discover how the Muslim of Granada break the fast
Muslims in South Africa2014-02-07T13:16:30+00:00History
The first ‘Malay’ Muslims in Cape Town. The western recorded history of so-called Cape Malays started at the time of the 1st colonization of the Cape by the Dutch East India Company. The history of Muslims started before 1652 but it is mostly still unknown. In 1652 when Jan Van Riebeek landed in Cape Town