The African Dispersal in the Deccan: From Medieval to Modern Times
This Book Brings Into Focus The Immigration Of Africans Into The Deccan (Including Modern Maharashtra, Karnataka And Andhra Pradesh) A Phenomenon That Has Not Been Examined Before With Emphasis On Their Assimilation And Integration With The Various South Indian Communities As Also Their Contributions In The History Of The Deccan.
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Perceptions of the Deccan
Patterns of African Immigration
The AfaqiDakhani Feuds under the Bahmanis
The Nizam Shahi Dynasty
The Bijapur Kingdom
Golkonda Berar and Khandcsh
Abdul Abhang Khan Abyssinian Afaqis African Ahmednagar Alauddin Arabia Arabs army attack Aurangabad Aurangzeb Bahadur Bahmani Barid Berar Bidar Bijapur Bombay British Burhanpur captured century Chand Bibi Chaul coast command Dakhan Dakhnis Danda Rajpuri Dastur Dinar Daulatabad death Deccan defeated Delhi district East Emperor English Ferishta fleet forces garrison Golkonda governor Gujarat Habshi Hasan Hindu History Hyderabad Ibid Ibrahim Adil Shah Ikhlas Khan India Indian Ocean jagir Jahan Janjira Karnataka Keng Nayak Khan-i-Khanan Khan's Khandesh Khawas Khan Khudawand Khan king Konkan lakh land Mahmud Malik Ambar Manjhu Marathas marched Masaud Mhamays Mozambique Mughal Muhammad Mulk Muslim Nawab Nizam Shahi Nizam Shahi kingdom nobles Path Khan Persian political port Portuguese Prince Qutb Shah Raja Raju Randaula Khan revenue ruler Rustam-i-Zaman Sambhaji Sarkar sent ships Shivaji Siddi Siddi Kasim slave trade Sultan Surat territory throne Tilangana treaty troops Yakut Yakut Khan Yusuf Adil Zanzibar
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