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The Shah Jahan Nama of 'Inayat Khan: An Abridged History of the Mughal Emporer Shah Jahan, Compiled by His Royal Librarian ebook

by W. E. Begley,Z. A. Desai


Between 1628 and 1658 Shah Jahan ruled an extensive empire that stretched from Afghanistan in the west to Assam in the east

Between 1628 and 1658 Shah Jahan ruled an extensive empire that stretched from Afghanistan in the west to Assam in the east. His reign has been relatively neglected in the historiography of medieval India, partly because of the This is the first complete English translation of a seventeenth-century Persian history of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, builder of the Taj Mahal. Between 1628 and 1658 Shah Jahan ruled an extensive empire that stretched from Afghanistan in the west to Assam in the east.

The Shah Jahan Nama of Inayat Khan, An Abridged history of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, compiled by his Royal librarian, e.

The Shah Jahan Nama of Inayat Khan, An Abridged history of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, compiled by his Royal librarian, ed. And completed by W. E. Begley, and Z. A. Desai, Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1990. Shah Jahan-Nama folio 889. emperor as narrated in the introduction of the first volume of the final version of Lahori and Qazwini is excluded from the present version. 14 The preface also contains emperors horoscope (zaicha) drawn by Mulla Fariduddin Masud ibn Ibrahim Dehlawi (. 629) the Astronomer Royal and the author of Zich-iShahjahani the Tables of Shahjahan. 15 The detailed enumeration of the royal horoscope.

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. pp. xxxviii, 624, front. 9 col. p. 32 bl. and wh. pi, map. Delhi et. Oxford University Press, 1990. 3 5 00. Victoria Schofield.

The Shah Jahan Nama of 'Inayat Khan: An Abridged History of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, Compiled by His Royal Librarian: the Nineteenth-century Manuscript Translation of . Fuller (British Library, Add. 30,777), 1990, p xxviii, Inayat Khan, Wayne Edison Begley, Z. Desai, Ziyaud-Din A. Desai. Persian literature in India during the time of Jahangir and Shah Jahan, 1970, p 171, M. Lutfur Rahman, Persian literature India History and criticism. See: Muhammad Saleh Kamboh, Vol. 2, 1660: 862.

Library of Congress Control Number: 90900142. International Standard Book Number (ISBN)

Library of Congress Control Number: 90900142. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0195624890 :, Rs575. Overseas Acquisition Number: I E 62209.

The Shahjahannama (Chronicle of Shah Jahan) is a genre of works written about the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. A significant work in this genre was written by the historian Inayat Khan in the 17th century. The first complete English translation from Persian appeared in the 19th century by A. R. Fuller.

An Abridged History of the Mughal Emporer Shah Jahan, Compiled by His Royal Librarian.

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Mogul Empire – History. Mogul Empire – Kings and rulers – Biography. Shahjahan, Emperor of India, approximately 1592-1666.

The Shah Jahan nama of ʻInayat Khan: an abridged history of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, compiled by his royal librarian : the nineteenth-century manuscript translation of A. 30,777). Oxford University Press, Delhi; New York. Mogul Empire – History.

Delhi: Oxford University Press. TERM Winter '17. PROFESSOR kaing. TAGS University Press, Cambridge University Press, Shah Jahan, Sayyid Ahmad Khan.

Shah Jahan (Persian: "King of the World") (5 January 1592 – 22 January 1666), was the fifth Mughal emperor, who reigned from 1628 to 1658. When the environs of Orchha became the site of the royal standards, an ordinance was issued authorising the demolition of the idol temple, which Bir Singh Deo had erected at a great expense by the side of his private palace, and also the idols contained in it.

This is the first complete English translation of a seventeenth-century Persian history of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, builder of the Taj Mahal. Between 1628 and 1658 Shah Jahan ruled an extensive empire that stretched from Afghanistan in the west to Assam in the east. His reign has been relatively neglected in the historiography of medieval India, partly because of the inaccessibility of Persian source material and the scarcity of English translations. Richly illustrated with color plates of seventeenth-century Mughal paintings from the famous Windsor Castle manuscript of the Padshah Nama, this monumental volume will be an indipensable source for all future work on Mughal India.
Endieyab
This is a historical source and, of course, written in the long-winding style of the time to show it as a song-binding file full of rhyme (to give an example). Not even its author would have read it for fun. Yet, this is source no. one to know the history of Shah Jahan, emperor of India and constructor of the Taj Mahal, and those interested cannot bypass it.
Uanabimo
my class had to read it and I will have to say it was somting I would not read another time, not to be rude or anything. None of my class mates liked the book any more than me. SORRY
The Shah Jahan Nama of 'Inayat Khan: An Abridged History of the Mughal Emporer Shah Jahan, Compiled by His Royal Librarian ebook
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