This short chapter provides a partial complement to the more extensive study of Caitanya Vaiṣṇava perceptions of Muslims in Bengal that we have just completed. 1 It does not, however, focus on Caitanya Vaiṣṇavas specifically, but rather treats of persons and events coming nearly a century after Caitanya’s lifetime, under an imperial Mughal regime rather than a Bengal-based sultanate, and in lands situated in the north of Bengal and Assam rather than in Nabadwip and Gaur. Nevertheless, at the level of generality at which it is pitched, it does serve to confirm from a Muslim source the types of relationships we have discussed in previous chapters based largely on Vaiṣṇava Hindu sources.