The wonder that was India: a survey of the history and culture of the Indian sub-continent from the coming of the Muslims to the British Conquest, 1200-1700
A Comprehensive Survey Of Medieval India Between The Covers Of A Single Book, The Follow Up To Basham`S Classic First Volume On Ancient India.
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The Arabs and the Turks
The Independent Ruling Dynasties
The Afghans and the Mughals
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Abu'l-Fazl administration Afghan Agra Ahmad Ahmadnagar Ajmir Akbar Akbar's reign Ala'u'd-Din Amir Arab army Aurangzib Aybak Babur Bahadur Bahmani Balban Barani Bengal Bihar Bijapur brahmans built Caliph century Chishtiyya conquest court Dara death Deccan defeated Delhi sultans died disciples dynasty Emperor empire Firuz Shahi Ghazni Golkonda governor Gujarat Guru Hindu History of Sufism Humayun Husayn Ibid Ibn Battuta Iltutmish imperial India invaded Iran Iranian Islam Jahan Jahangir Jaunpur jizya Kabul Kashmir Khalji Khan Khusraw Khwaja king kingdom known Krishna Lahore leaders Lodi Mahmud Malik Malwa mansab mansabdars Maratha marched merchants military Mongols mosque Mu'izzu'd-Din Mughal Muhammad bin Tughluq Mujaddid Muslim nobles palace Panjab Persian Portuguese Prince Qandahar Raja Rajput rebel rebellion region religious revenue Rizvi rule rulers Sayyid seized Shah's Shahjahan shari'a Shaykh Sher Shah Shi'i Shivaji Shukoh Sikandar Singh successor sufi Sufism Sunni territory throne tomb Transoxiana Turkic ulamd Vijayanagara villages Wahdat Wahdat al-Wujud