Sufism, the mystical and spiritual dimension of Islam, has long been the lynchpin of the deep-rooted spiritual and cultural bond between India and Central Asia. This bond, spanning over a millennium, has created a shared heritage that persists to this day. Central Asia, comprising Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan, has been a significant hub of Sufi thought and practices, with India playing a vital role in its development and dissemination in the region.
Despite modern challenges, Sufism has survived and adapted in contemporary India and Central Asia, with both regions experiencing a revival of Sufi traditions.
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