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In the seventh century, Islam was already present in India thanks to Arab merchants.
It extended after the Muslim conquests of India with the Sultanate of Delhi (1206-1526) and the Mughal Empire (1526-1858).
Today, according to a census made in 2011, Islam is the second religion in India and has 138 million faithful, or 14.2% of the total population.

The Republic of India ranks third among the countries with the largest Muslim community after Indonesia and Pakistan.
However, according to a recent research by the "Pew Research Center", it appears that by 2050 India will surpass Indonesia and become the country that will have the largest number of Muslims in the world with about 310 million believers.

The influence of Islam contributed to the development of Indian art and architecture, the Taj Mahal, marvel of the world, is one of the most popular testimonies of Muslim architecture.

But India has been the scene of several conflicts between the Hindu and Muslim religions, such as the 1947 clashes that claimed more than 200,000 lives, the 1992 riots that left more than 2,000 dead over the country, as well as a series of attacks in 2008 that caused at least 100 deaths and about 300 wounded in Bombay.