ISBN: 9788194126010, 8194126010
This volume aims to do justice to the various streams by which the national movement was fed, such as peasant unrest, the rise of the Left, Gandhian social engineering.
ISBN: 9788170743002, 8170743001
Contents: Introduction (i) The emperor who brought down the paradise on earth. (ii) The tragic interlude: Shah Jahan enshrines his love in the paradise of bliss-building of the Taj Mausoleum. (iii) Shah Jahan translates his dreams into marble and gold. (iv) Shah Jahan brings down the paradise on earth- the Nahr-i-Bihist (the stream of paradise) and the Qila-i-Mubarak of Shahjahanabad. (v) The g...
ISBN: 9780670083039, 0670083038
The author travelled widely through India and Pakistan to follow in Shah Jahan's footsteps and put together an original portrait that challenges many established legends to bring the man and the emperor to life. Shah Jahan ruled the Mughal empire from 1628 to 1659.;
ISBN: 9788185322780, 8185322783
The present is exploring the role played by Kautilya's thought in the Mauryan agriculture, labour and resource management, trade and commerce and industries and highlights the element of welfare of public with a view to incorporate it in the present day economics.
ISBN: 9788125040262, 8125040269
This book is not only a biography of the great Maratha leader but also deals with the tangled web of Deccan history in the seventeenth century.
Bakshi, SR et al. (ed.)
ISBN: 9788176292146, 8176292141
The theme deals with Shivaji and other prominent leaders who played a significant role in carving out a well-knit Maratha empire.
Singh, Mahendra Pratap (b.1930)
The author substantiates his statements by references to various vernacular sources which he has discovered especially Seva-di-var-- the record of that episode at Agra when Shivaji challanged Aurangzeb's power.
ISBN: 9788181580030, 8181580036
This book provides a powerful critical analysis of Shivaji's strategic tactics of guerrilla warfare and the judicious principles implemented in battle.
ISBN: 9788125036906, 8125036903
This book is an abridged version of the unrivalled fine volume History of Aurangzib by Jadunath Sarkar.
Mishra, Suresh et al.
ISBN: 9788186787243, 8186787240
ISBN: 9789381084199, 938108419X
It surveys the social and cultural history from the Mughals to the 19th Century.
Chandra, Satish (b.1922)
ISBN: 9788124113868, 8124113866
ISBN: 9788121503082, 8121503086
ISBN: 9788189267599, 8189267590
ISBN: 9789387772021, 9387772020
The book is on the socio-cultural aspects of Awadh from 1722 when it became the Nawabi Kingdom till Wajid Ali Shah in 1856 when the Britishers annexed the Kingdom of Awadh.
Ansari, Mohammad Azhar (1917-1998)
ISBN: 9788175741799, 8175741791
This book discusses in detail the Mughals penchant for aesthetics and exhaustively narrates the various horticultural activities that the Mughals indulged in all over the subcontinent.
ISBN: 9788186050750, 8186050752
A socio-political history of medieval India from a woman's perspective.
ISBN: 9789390393329, 9390393329
The Mughal emperors (or Moghul) built and ruled the Mughal Empire on the Indian subcontinent. The Mughals began to rule parts of India from 1526, and by 1700 ruled most of the sub-continent. After that they declined rapidly, but nominally ruled territories until the 1850s.
Singh, Nandini Kamlesh
ISBN: 9789390393336, 9390393337
ISBN: 9789390393312, 9390393310
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