The Cambridge History of India, Volume 3

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CUP Archive, 1987
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Contents

Babur 120
1
Death of Sultan Murad
3
Manipur raided 512
5
II
8
The battle of Khanua
17
Humayun 15301540 2144
21
Humayun invades Gujarat
23
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27
Contest for succession to Aurangzib
323
arrukhsiyars advance from Patna
329
Sayyid brothers break with Farrukhsiyar
335
Bahadur Shah I Jahandar Shah Farrukhsiyar Raf iudDarajat
340
MUHAMMAD SHAH
341
NizamulMulk returns to the Deccan
349
Peace terms with Marathas
357
Death of Baji Rao Peshwa
365

Expedition against Sher Khan
29
Construction of roads and buildings
33
Schemes for a place of refuge
37
Kamran in revolt
43
Sher Shah the Sur dynasty Humayun 15551556 4569
45
Dissensions among the Afghans
49
Death of Islam Shah Messianic propaganda
61
Succession of Muhammad Adil Shah
67
Akbar 15561573 70107
70
Battle of Panipat
75
Akbars feats of daring
81
Expedition against Gakkhars
87
Operations against the Uzbegs
93
Fortress of Chitor taken
99
Birth of Akbars children
102
PAGE
105
Akbar Mystic and Prophet 15731605 108155
108
Bengal finally subdued
117
The Jesuits unable to convert Akbar
125
Dispersal of the fosterfather cohort
133
Reduction of disorder in Bengal
139
VI
142
Ahmadnagar taken by storm
147
John Mildenhall at Akbars court
153
Jahangir 156182
156
Jahangirs accession
157
Failure of renewed Mughul attack on Ahmadnagar
163
Roes agreement with Shah Jahan
169
Jahangirs health fails
175
Love of literature and dress
181
Shahjahan 183221
183
Death of Mumtaz Mahall
189
Death of Mahabat Khan
195
Bundelkhand Baghelkhand and Malwa
201
Failure to recover Qandahar
207
Battle of Samogarh
213
His administration
219
Aurangzib 16581681 222259
222
Sulaiman and Murad Bakhsh executed
228
Invasion of Assam
234
IX
241
Imposition ofpolltax
242
Pillage of Marwar
248
Shivaji visits court at Agra
258
Independent kingdoms of the Deccan and rise of the Marathas 260280
260
Claim to sovereignty over Bijapur and Golconda
266
Shivaji kills Afzal Khan
272
Maratha aid to Bijapur
278
Aurangzib 16811707 281318
281
Capture of Shambhuji
284
Campaign against Maratha forts
290
Continued sieges of Maratha forts
296
Aurangzibs last campaign
299
Jat rebellions crushed
305
Bengal in Aurangzibs reign
311
Indias imports and exports
317
XI
321
Mughuls repel Ahmad Shah
373
The Hyderabad State 1724c 1761 377391
379
Pa Ik hcd campaign against Baji Rao
381
Bussy recovers control over Nizam
389
Growth of the Maratha power to 1761 392427
392
Shivajis Swardjya
395
Treaty of Warna
401
Death and character of Baji Rao
407
The Bhao Sahib takes the field
417
The Marathas issue forth
422
Architecture and literature 220
426
Ahmad Shah Alamgir II to 1761 428448
428
IntizamudDaula becomes minister
436
Ali Vardi Khan expels the Marathas
442
Battle of Panlpat
448
The Revenue System of the Mughuls 449475
449
Arrangements for collection
454
Assessment under Akbar 45860
459
Grants of land under Akbar
465
The decline of agriculture
471
Muslim Buddhist kings
477
The History of Burma 476522
480
Burman Talaing union
483
136
485
The Ceylon Tooth
489
Defeat and crucifixion of De Brito
495
Traders in Syriam
501
Talaings annihilated
507
Siamese expel Burmese from Siam
520
Monuments of the Mughul period 523576
523
Conclusion of the SayyidAfghan style
526
Delhi Jamali Masjid c 1530
530
The Q_ilaiKuhna Masjid 53
532
Fathpur Sikri
539
Buland Darwaza
545
Delhi Tomb of Isa Khan 0547
547
Jahangirs tomb
551
Wazir Khans Mosque Lahore
561
Its architectural technique
565
Deccan stvle at Bijapur 57
571
Bibliographies 577598
577
Chapters rv and v
579
Chapter rx
586
Chapter xrv 59
592
Chronology India 599610
599
Capture of Ranthambhor and Kalinjar
601
Chronology Burma 611612
611
Massacre at Negrais 509
612
The Sur dynasty 61017
619
Index 625670
625
His methods of administration 56
629
The situation in Persia and Turkestan 1
631
Religious views
637
CHI IV
641
Delhi Tomb of Adham Khan dec 1561
iii
GwaUor Perforated stone screen in tomb of Muhammad Ghaus
ix
interior
xxi

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