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Sarkar, Jadunath

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About this Item: Softcover. Condition: New. 374 Lang: - English, Pages 374, Print on Demand. Reprinted in 2016 with the help of original edition published long back[1950]. This book is Printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover {HARDCOVER EDITION IS ALSO AVAILABLE}, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. (Any type of Customisation is possible). Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Language: English. Seller Inventory # PB1111004211634

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About this Item: 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 374 Lang: - English, Pages 374, Print on Demand. Reprinted in 2016 with the help of original edition published long back[1950]. This book is Printed in black & white, Hardcover, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Dust Cover, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. (Any type of Customisation is possible). Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 1111004211634

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Jadunath Sarkar

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ISBN 10: 8125032452 ISBN 13: 9788125032458

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About this Item: Orient BlackSwan Pvt. Ltd 0. Softcover. Condition: New. 5th or later edition. This book attempts to tell the full story of the actual fall of the Muslim empire which the Timurid prince Babar had founded in India in 1526. The decline of that empire had, however, commenced nearly a century before the year 1738, from which this book starts. The first unperceived origin and the gradual spread of the moral decay has been studied by me in earlier works, to which the reader must turn if he wishes to learn how step by step the poison worked in the body politic of the Delhi empire. Outwardly the empire reached its zenith under Shah Jahan(r. 1628-1658) but in this very reign its decline commenced. My history of Aurangzib, in five volumes, starts with a detailed study of that prince`s campaigns as his follower`s agent in the Deccan, Balkh and Qandahar, followed by his administrative and martial activities as an exceptionally capable viceroy of the Deccan, other incidents, and the illness in 1657 which cost Shah Jahan his throne. The earlier history of the Sultanates of Bijapur and Golkonda and the rise of the Maratha national hero Shivaji are sketched here. The second volume describes the war of succession among Shah Jahan`s sons. The third volume of History of Aurangzib confines itself to north India during the first half of Aurangzib`s reign, which he passed there in comparative peace except for the long wars with the Afghan frontier tribes and with the Rajputs. It describes his family and ministers, the state policy and moral regulations, his religious bigotry and the reaction it provoked among the Rajputs and the Sikhs. The basic ideas of the Islamic State are critically analysed and their practical effect illustrated. Tod`s Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan is corrected at many points. The fourth volume deals only with southern India from 1658 to 1689 but it also looks back to 1644, the roots of Maratha history. It tells the full story of the last years and the extinction of the kingdoms of Bijapur and Golkonda, and the reigns of Shivaji and Shambhuji as reconstructed from many original sources. The last eighteen years of the emperor`s life - 1689-1707-with their strenuous exertion and hopeless suffering are the theme of the fifth volume. This book also treats of the history of the Madras coast districts and the Mysore plateau, the seige of Jinji-`the eastern Troy`, the successful Maratha national struggle for independence, the European piracy on the eastern waters, the clash between the Mughal government and the English traders, the thirty years` war in Rajputana. There is a general history of several provinces during this long reign with a study of the causes of the empire`s decline. But the social history of the country is not studied, except for brief references, in these volumes. A separate volume entitled Mughal Administration discusses the structure of the imperial government, the sovereign`s power and functions , the departmental procedure, the provincial administration, taxation, Muslim law and justice, the status of the aristocracy, the state industries and the official correspondence rules. The book ends with a review of muslim rule in India and its achievements and failures. The personal character of Aurangzib is illustrated in Anecdotes of Aurangzib, translated from a Persian manuscript that was traced and edited by me. It gives his pithy sayings, cutting remarks, the principles of government, the treatment his sons and officers-Hindus and Shias-received, and his last will and testament. It is a picture of his administration in its actual working. Shivaji, who dominated the political stage of south India during half of Aurangzib`s reign, is portrayed in full detail in my Shivaji and His Times-now in the fourth edition. It is supplemented by a volume of documents and studies on Maratha history, entitled House of Shivaji. Indian affairs, which my History of Aurangzib had so Printed Pages: 1340. Seller Inventory # 1555

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Jadunath Sarkar

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About this Item: Orient BlackSwan Pvt. Ltd 0. Softcover. Condition: New. 5th or later edition. This book attempts to tell the full story of the actual fall of the Muslim empire which the Timurid prince Babar had founded in India in 1526. The decline of that empire had, however, commenced nearly a century before the year 1738, from which this book starts. The first unperceived origin and the gradual spread of the moral decay has been studied by me in earlier works, to which the reader must turn if he wishes to learn how step by step the poison worked in the body politic of the Delhi empire. Outwardly the empire reached its zenith under Shah Jahan(r. 1628-1658) but in this very reign its decline commenced. My history of Aurangzib, in five volumes, starts with a detailed study of that prince`s campaigns as his follower`s agent in the Deccan, Balkh and Qandahar, followed by his administrative and martial activities as an exceptionally capable viceroy of the Deccan, other incidents, and the illness in 1657 which cost Shah Jahan his throne. The earlier history of the Sultanates of Bijapur and Golkonda and the rise of the Maratha national hero Shivaji are sketched here. The second volume describes the war of succession among Shah Jahan`s sons. The third volume of History of Aurangzib confines itself to north India during the first half of Aurangzib`s reign, which he passed there in comparative peace except for the long wars with the Afghan frontier tribes and with the Rajputs. It describes his family and ministers, the state policy and moral regulations, his religious bigotry and the reaction it provoked among the Rajputs and the Sikhs. The basic ideas of the Islamic State are critically analysed and their practical effect illustrated. Tod`s Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan is corrected at many points. The fourth volume deals only with southern India from 1658 to 1689 but it also looks back to 1644, the roots of Maratha history. It tells the full story of the last years and the extinction of the kingdoms of Bijapur and Golkonda, and the reigns of Shivaji and Shambhuji as reconstructed from many original sources. The last eighteen years of the emperor`s life - 1689-1707-with their strenuous exertion and hopeless suffering are the theme of the fifth volume. This book also treats of the history of the Madras coast districts and the Mysore plateau, the seige of Jinji-`the eastern Troy`, the successful Maratha national struggle for independence, the European piracy on the eastern waters, the clash between the Mughal government and the English traders, the thirty years` war in Rajputana. There is a general history of several provinces during this long reign with a study of the causes of the empire`s decline. But the social history of the country is not studied, except for brief references, in these volumes. A separate volume entitled Mughal Administration discusses the structure of the imperial government, the sovereign`s power and functions , the departmental procedure, the provincial administration, taxation, Muslim law and justice, the status of the aristocracy, the state industries and the official correspondence rules. The book ends with a review of muslim rule in India and its achievements and failures. The personal character of Aurangzib is illustrated in Anecdotes of Aurangzib, translated from a Persian manuscript that was traced and edited by me. It gives his pithy sayings, cutting remarks, the principles of government, the treatment his sons and officers-Hindus and Shias-received, and his last will and testament. It is a picture of his administration in its actual working. Shivaji, who dominated the political stage of south India during half of Aurangzib`s reign, is portrayed in full detail in my Shivaji and His Times-now in the fourth edition. It is supplemented by a volume of documents and studies on Maratha history, entitled House of Shivaji. Indian affairs, which my History of Aurangzib had so Printed Pages: 1340. Seller Inventory # 1555

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Sakar, Jadunath

Published by M.C. Sarkar & Sons Ltd. / Orient Longman, Calcutta India (1964)

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About this Item: M.C. Sarkar & Sons Ltd. / Orient Longman, Calcutta India, 1964. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. 3rd Edition. Four volume set. Vols 1-3 are published by M.C. Sarkar & Sons. Vol 4 is published by Orient Longman. Vol 1:1964, 339 pages, covers the years 1739-1754; Vol 2: 1966, 400 pages, bibliography, covers the years 1754-1771 (Panipat); Vol 3: 1964, 325 pages, index, covers the years 1771-1788; Vol 4: 1972, 355 pages, bibliography, covers the years 1789-1903. Binding is weak, otherwise books are very good. Jackets are worn with some little tears. Seller Inventory # 057797

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About this Item: Orient BlackSwan Pvt. Ltd 0. Softcover. Condition: New. 5th or later edition. This book attempts to tell the full story of the actual fall of the Muslim empire which the Timurid prince Babar had founded in India in 1526. The decline of that empire had, however, commenced nearly a century before the year 1738, from which this book starts. The first unperceived origin and the gradual spread of the moral decay has been studied by me in earlier works, to which the reader must turn if he wishes to learn how step by step the poison worked in the body politic of the Delhi empire. Outwardly the empire reached its zenith under Shah Jahan(r. 1628-1658) but in this very reign its decline commenced. My history of Aurangzib, in five volumes, starts with a detailed study of that prince`s campaigns as his follower`s agent in the Deccan, Balkh and Qandahar, followed by his administrative and martial activities as an exceptionally capable viceroy of the Deccan, other incidents, and the illness in 1657 which cost Shah Jahan his throne. The earlier history of the Sultanates of Bijapur and Golkonda and the rise of the Maratha national hero Shivaji are sketched here. The second volume describes the war of succession among Shah Jahan`s sons. The third volume of History of Aurangzib confines itself to north India during the first half of Aurangzib`s reign, which he passed there in comparative peace except for the long wars with the Afghan frontier tribes and with the Rajputs. It describes his family and ministers, the state policy and moral regulations, his religious bigotry and the reaction it provoked among the Rajputs and the Sikhs. The basic ideas of the Islamic State are critically analysed and their practical effect illustrated. Tod`s Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan is corrected at many points. The fourth volume deals only with southern India from 1658 to 1689 but it also looks back to 1644, the roots of Maratha history. It tells the full story of the last years and the extinction of the kingdoms of Bijapur and Golkonda, and the reigns of Shivaji and Shambhuji as reconstructed from many original sources. The last eighteen years of the emperor`s life - 1689-1707-with their strenuous exertion and hopeless suffering are the theme of the fifth volume. This book also treats of the history of the Madras coast districts and the Mysore plateau, the seige of Jinji-`the eastern Troy`, the successful Maratha national struggle for independence, the European piracy on the eastern waters, the clash between the Mughal government and the English traders, the thirty years` war in Rajputana. There is a general history of several provinces during this long reign with a study of the causes of the empire`s decline. But the social history of the country is not studied, except for brief references, in these volumes. A separate volume entitled Mughal Administration discusses the structure of the imperial government, the sovereign`s power and functions , the departmental procedure, the provincial administration, taxation, Muslim law and justice, the status of the aristocracy, the state industries and the official correspondence rules. The book ends with a review of muslim rule in India and its achievements and failures. The personal character of Aurangzib is illustrated in Anecdotes of Aurangzib, translated from a Persian manuscript that was traced and edited by me. It gives his pithy sayings, cutting remarks, the principles of government, the treatment his sons and officers-Hindus and Shias-received, and his last will and testament. It is a picture of his administration in its actual working. Shivaji, who dominated the political stage of south India during half of Aurangzib`s reign, is portrayed in full detail in my Shivaji and His Times-now in the fourth edition. It is supplemented by a volume of documents and studies on Maratha history, entitled House of Shivaji. Indian affairs, which my History of Aurangzib had so Printed Pages: 1340. Seller Inventory # 1555

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Sarkar, Jadunath

Published by M.C. Sarkar (1949)

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About this Item: M.C. Sarkar, 1949. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Complete 4-volume hardcover set. Second Edition (1949-1952). 8vo in tan paper-covered boards. Prev. owner's name on first volume's ffep. Corners of books' boards are gently bumped. Binding shows rubbing and soiling from shelf wear. Pages remain clean and unmarked. Seller Inventory # FH040513009

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