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Perso-Arabic sources of information on the life and conditions in the Sultanate of Delhi

Iqtidar Husain Siddiqi

Perso-Arabic sources of information on the life and conditions in the Sultanate of Delhi

by Iqtidar Husain Siddiqi

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Published by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historians -- India -- Sources,
  • Delhi (Sultanate) -- Civilization -- Sources,
  • India -- Civilization -- 1200-1765 -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [190]-192) and index.

    StatementIqtidar Husain Siddiqi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS459 .S53 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 199 p. ;
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16970929M
    ISBN 108121505354

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Perso-Arabic sources of information on the life and conditions in the Sultanate of Delhi. New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Iqtidar Husain Siddiqi.

Indian Castles The Rise and Fall of the Delhi Sultanate (Fortress) by Nossov, Konstantin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Other than Peter Hardy on Barani, students must read Irfan Habib, “Barani’s theory of the History of the Delhi Sultanate” IHR 7 ():and I.H.

Siddiqi, “Barani’s account of the Sultans of Delhi in the first version of Tarikh-i Firuz Shahi”, in Perso-Arabic Sources of Information on. Nasiruddin Mahmud (Persian: ناصر الدين محمود, Nāsru 'd-Dīn Maḥmūd) (reigned: –) was the son of Sultan Shamsuddin Iltutmish and his chief consort Turkan Khatun, the daughter of Qutb al-Din Aibak.

He was the governor of Oudh and later served as the governor of Bengal until his death. • Peter Jackson, The Delhi Sultanate; Political and Military History, Cambridge, • H Siddiqui, Perso-Arabic Sources of Information, Life and Conditions in the Sultanate of Delhi, Munshiram Manoharlal, • T.

Raychoudhari and IrfanHabib; Ed. Cambridge Economic History of India Vol. 1, Orient Blackswan Pvt Ltd, Early life and Career. Razia Sultana was the daughter of Shams-ud-din Iltutmish, who had begun life as a Turk slave. Iltutmish had been a great favourite of his master, Qutb ud-din Aibak, the first Sultan of Delhi, and had been married to his only daughter Qutb Begum (or also known as Turkan Khatun), who gave birth to Razia.

Razia had a brother named Nasiruddin essor: Rukn ud din Firuz. The Waqi'at-e-Mushtaqui is a unique source of information about the life and conditions in India during the pre-Mughal times.

Along with the Sultans and Nobles of different regions, it also describes in some detail Sufi saints, scholars, craftsmen, soldiers and daily-wage earners who belonged to different strata of society.

Perso-Arabic sources of information on the life and conditions in the Sultanate of Delhi by Iqtidar Husain Siddiqi Authority and kingship under the Sultans of Delhi:. The Sultans of Delhi came from relatively humble origins.

They were slaves who rose to become generals in the armies of the Afghan rule Muizz al-Din Ghuri. Their transformation into rulers of a kingdom of great political influence in North India was a slow and discontinuous process that occurred through the thirteenth century.

For the better part of that ecntury, there were many centres of. Aibak (Aybeg), Quṭb al-Dīn. Perso-Arabic sources of information on the life and conditions in the Sultanate of Delhi.

I H Siddiqui; This book is concerned with money as an indicator of Author: Michael O’Neal. Review of I.H. Siddiqui, Perso-Arabic Sources of Information on the Life and Conditions in the Sultanate of Delhi, Delhi,in Indian Historical Review,July & Januarypp.

Review of Eugenia Vanina, Ideas and Society in India from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries, Oxford University Press, Delhi,in File Size: KB.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Read this article to learn about the cultural life, its literature and architecture during the Sultanate Period. System of Education and Its Motivation: Sanskrit continued to be a vehicle for higher thought and a medium for literature during the period under review.

In fact, the production of works in Sanskrit in different branches was [ ]. at the Raza Library, Rampur, Farsiya No. (see his Perso-Arabic Sources of Information on the Life and Conditions of the Sultanate of Delhi, New Delhi,p.f.n.

3).Author: Ravi Korisettar. Full text of "Depiction Of Women In The Sources Of The Delhi Sultanate" See other formats. Symbolism and the State Authority: Reflections from the Art on Indo-Islamic Coins Show all authors. Syed Ejaz Hussain Peter. ‘ The Growth of Authority over a Conquered Political Elite: The Early Delhi Sultanate as Possible Case Study ’, in Richards, I.H.

Perso-Arabic Sources of Information on Life and Conditions in the Sultanate of Author: Syed Ejaz Hussain. 62 works Search for books with subject Search.

Borrow. Perso-Arabic sources of information on the life and conditions in the Iqtidar Husain SiddiqiMogul Empire, Delhi (Sultanate), Europe, China, Delhi, Great Britain, History, Italy. Title: Madhva's Unknown Literary Sources: Some Observations Author Name: Roque Mesquita Categories: India, Philosophy, Hinduism, Edition: First Edition Publisher: New Delhi, India, Aditya Prakashan: ISBN: ISBN Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: New Jacket Condition: New Size: 15 x 23 Cm Seller ID: Keywords: Madhva India Literary Sources.

Razia Sultana. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. cultural life during the delhi sultanat The coming of the Turks into India and the establishment of the Delhi sultanate during the 13th century was a period of both turmoil and l phase was one of death and destruction on a large scale, with many beautiful temples being destroyed and palaces and cities ravaged.

Bulbul-i-Khan near Turkmen Gate, Delhi. Painting depicting tomb of Razia Sultana in Kaithal during 19th century. A Textbook of Medieval Indian History. Primus Books. Westport, CT: Greenwood press.

Perso-Arabic sources of information on the life and conditions in the Sultanate of. The establishment of the Delhi Sultanate towards the beginning of the 13th century, marked the beginning of a new phase in the cultural development of the country.

The interaction of the Turks with the Indians, who had strong religious beliefs and well- developed ideas on art, architecture and literature, resulted in the development of a new.The book is of special interest because it attempts to create a "life" for Satya P r on the order of the hagiographies devoted to historical figures of the premodern period; in fact, this would appear to be the only hagiography devoted to a "mythic" p r among the dozen or so who are popular throughout Bengal.Abstract: The present essay examines information on the relationship of provincial settlements in the territories of the Dehli Sultanate with the capital city during the fourteenth century.

This is drawn mainly from hagiographical sources in Persian rather than the much-utilized series of chronicles compiled in the city of Dehli itself.