Sources of Mughal History, 1526 to 1740

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Atlantic Publishers & Distri, 1989 - India - 118 pages
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The Mughal Period Was The Most Glorious Epoch In The History Of India. There Was Peace And Prosperity And An All-Round Development. It Is Rather Surprising That No Systematic Attempt Has Yet Been Made At Surveying Its OrigiŽNal Sources. The Present Study Is The First Attempt At Surveying The Original Authorities For The Mughal Period From 1526 To 1740. It Describes Published Works And Manuscripts In Persian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Gurmukhi, Marathi And In European Languages.The Present Book Is Primarily IntenŽDed For The Serious Students Of What Is Popularly Known As Mughal History Whether He Be An Under-Graduate AspirŽIng To A University Degree Or A CandiŽDate For The Competitive Examinations For The Higher Administrative Services. He Will Find His Purpose Admirably Fulfilled. Even The General Reader Will Not Find It Wholly Unprofitable. There Is Much To Arouse His Interest And Awaken His Sympathy.
 

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Contents

Preface
11
Original Sources of Mughal India Afghan
36
The Persian Sources
43
The Hindi Sources
86
Contemporary European Writers
92
Appendices
99
Bibliography
116
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