Arthashastra of Kautilya and Fatawa-i-Jahandari of Ziauddin Barani: An Analysis
Kautalya's Arthasastra, a treatise on ancient Indian statecraft and social theory, and Ziya al-Din Barani's Fatawa-i-Jahandari, a treatise on political theory of the early medieval period.
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A.S. Altekar according Adhyakshas agricultural Ancient India appointed army Artha Arthashastra Arthashastra Bk Arthashastra of Kautilya Barani mentions Barani refers Barani's theory Baranian basis Brahmanas bureaucracy Caliph Chandragupta Maurya court crimes criminal Danda Delhi Sultanate despotism Dharma duty economic elephants Elliot and Dowson Fatawa-i-Jahandari favour H.K. Sherwani Hindu History of India I.H. Qureshi Ibid incharge Indian Historical industries Islamic Jizya judges judicial K.A. Nizami Kantakashodhana Kautilya and Barani Kautilya refers Kautilyan king kinds king's king/Sultan kingship labour land Mehta & Usha ministers modern Mohammad Habib Muslim offender officers op.cit organisation panas persons prescribed principles punishment Quran R.C. Majumdar R.K. Choudhary R.K. Mookerji R.P. Kangle R.P. Tripathi religious revenue Romila Thapar rule ruler Shamashastry Shariat slaves sovereign state-laws supreme Tarikh-i-Firoz Shahi taxes theory of sovereignty trade traditions Usha Mehta Usha Thakkar V.P. Varma Vachaspati Gairola welfare Zakat Zawabit Ziauddin Barani