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The State in Medieval Kashmir

R.L. Hangloo

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ISBN 10: 8173042519 / ISBN 13: 9788173042515
Published by Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2000
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The study essentially focuses on the central function of the medieval Kashmir Shahmir Sultanate in relation to surplus extraction and the perpetuation of its domination with its heavy dependence on both Brahmanism and Islam. It seeks to situate the medieval state of Kashmir in the cultural and social traditions of the region. The study is organized around four main aspects: the historical roots of state formation in pre-Sultanate Kashmir: conversion to Islam and the consolidation of social base of power in the Sultanate, the Sayyids, Sultans and the state, a search for legitimacy and the incorporation of the Sultanate in the Mughal state. Printed Pages: 150. Bookseller Inventory # 43521

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Title: The State in Medieval Kashmir

Publisher: Manohar Publishers & Distributors

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

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A lucid, informative and comprehensive account of political processes and their varied foundations in medieval Kashmir. The book examines some of the principal ways through which the region's social and religious life interacted with the then current political formations to produce peculiar structures of power and domination. It also analyses in detail problems that the medieval state faced in Kashmir while evolving its ideological apparatus and legitimational tools.

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Professor Rattan Lal Hangloo is a Professor in the Department of History at Hyderabad Central University, Andhra Pradesh.

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