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Anecdotes of Aurangzib

Anecdotes of Aurangzib

English translation of Ahkam-i-Alamgiri.

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Published by M. C. Sarkar in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aurangzeb, -- Emperor of Hindustan, -- 1618-1707.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesAhkam-i-Alamgiri. English.
    StatementAscribed to Hamid-ud-din Khan Nadahur. With a life of Aurangzib and historical notes by Sir Jadunath Sarkar.
    ContributionsNīmchah-ʾi ʻĀlamgīrī, Ḥamīd al-Dīn Khān., Sarkar, Jadunath, Sir, 1870-1958.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22960706M

    Anecdotes of Aurangzib. Jadunath Sarkar. Published by Orient Longman () Used. Hardcover. Quantity Available: 1. From: Big Star Books Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. The book of Indian kings comprises stories and essays about some of the greatest rulers and statesmen in the history of India. Beginning with an essay on one. Anecdotes Of Aurangzib. Annals of rural Bengal, by W W Hunter. Arab Rule in Pakistan, Dr. Moqeet Javed. Army of Indian Moghuls, William Irvine. Aryan race; its origins and its achievements, The. Auranzib and the decay of the Mughal Empire, Stanley Lane-poole, Rulers of India, Baburnama. Baharistan Ghaybi, Mirza Nathan. Bengal District.

    The eighteen essays comprising this volume make a comprehensive study of the reign of the controversial Mughal Emperor, Aurangzib. The book explores the emperor’s relationship with his sons and daughters, Treats in detail Aurangzib`s officers in roads into Bengal, Orissa And Chatgaon, and discusses two contemporary histories, commendable for their objectivity by .   Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Jadunath Sarkar books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Anecdotes of Aurangzib, Translated Into English with Notes and Historical Essays. Jadunath Sir Sarkar. 24 Aug Paperback. US$ Add to basket.

    Early life Birth. Qutb-ud-Din Muhammad Azam was born on 28 June in Burhanpur to Prince Muhi-ud-Din (later known as 'Aurangzeb' upon his accession) and his first wife and chief consort Dilras Banu Begum. His mother, who died four years after giving birth to him, was the daughter of Mirza Badi-uz-Zaman Safavi (titled Shah Nawaz Khan) and a princess of the prominent Father: Aurangzeb. The book ends with a review of muslim rule in India and its achievements and failures. The personal character of Aurangzib is illustrated in Anecdotes of Aurangzib, translated from a Persian manuscript that was traced and edited by me.


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Anecdotes of Aurangzeb. Anecdotes of Aurangzeb is an english translation of AHKAM-I-ALAMGIRI ascribed to Hamid-ud-din Khan Bahadur, with a short biography of Aurangzeb and Historical Notes by the author/5.

Bibliographical Note.— The English translation of these anecdotes was first printed by me in and issued bound up with the short life of Aurangzib and ten essays as Anecdotes of Aurangzib and Historical Essays. The same impression of the translation and life was also issued bound up with the Persian textCited by: 2.

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SARKAR, July, LIFE OF AURANGZIB EARLY LIFE MUHI-UD-DIN Muhammad Aurangzib, the third son of the Emperor Shah Jahan and his famous consort Mumtaz Mahal, was born on 24th October,at Dohad, now a town in the Panch Mahal taluq of the Bombay Presidency and a station on the Godra-Rutlam railway line.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Ahkam-i-Alamgiri (Anecdotes of Aurangzib) Persian text by,M. Sarkar & sons edition, in EnglishPages: [Anecdotes of Aurangzib, No. ] bibi ka maqbara: tomb of dilras banu begum at aurangabad 2.

Rahmat-un-nisa, surnamed NawAb BAi, was the daughter of Rajah Raju of the Rajauri State in Kashmir, and came of the hill-Rajput blood.

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French journalist Francois Gautier’s Foundation Against Continuing Terrorism put together an exhibition titled “Aurangzeb as he was according to Mughal records.”  The exhibition displayed various paintings which show Aurangzeb ordering the removal of his father’s body and trying to convert a Jewish philosopher.

There were also two paintings which showed. তৃতীয় খণ্ড ৫৭। আর্থিক দুর্দশায় সর্বশক্তিমানের ওপর বিশ্বাস. Address: BJP Central Office, 6-A, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg New Delhi IndiaCited by: 2. Digital Rare Book: Anecdotes of Aurangzib Translated into English with notes and historical essays By Sir Jadunath Sarkar (.

All about Anecdotes of Aurangzib: English translation of Ahkam-i-Alamgiri ascribed to Hamid-ud-din Khan Bahadur by Jadunath Sarkar. LibraryThing is Author: Jadunath Sarkar. Aurangzeb *The Eastern Borders* == *The Northwestern Frontier* == *The Sikhs* == *The Marathas* == *Religious Policy* == *The East India Company* == *The Enigma of Aurangzeb's Purposes* [[]] AURANGZEB, the third son of Shah Jahan, was born on Octoat Dohad, on the frontier of Gujarat and Rajputana.

Industrious and thorough, he had. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hamid al-Din Khan, bahadur. Anecdotes of Aurangzib. Calcutta, M.C. Sarkar, (OCoLC) Named Person.

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Anecdotes of aurangzib and historical essays Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content. Anecdotes of Aurangzib Translated Into English With Notes, and Historical Essays by Jadunath Sarkar The Riyazu-S-Saltn A History of Bengal by Ghulām Husain Salīm An Essay on the Opium Trade Including a Sketch of Its History, Extent, Effects, Etc.Jadunath Sarkar is the author of Shivaji And His Times ( avg rating, ratings, 11 reviews, published ), A Short History Of Aurangzib ( avg 4/5.Unpublished translations by FWP from several early printed Akbar-Birbal joke books.

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