2 edition of Mirat-i-Ahmadi found in the catalog.
К»Ali Muhammad KhaМ„n
|Statement||English translation, translated from the Persian original of Ali Muhammad Khan, by M. F. Lokhandwala.|
|Series||Gaekwadi"s oriental series,, no. 146|
|Contributions||Lokhandwala, M. F., 1904- tr.|
|LC Classifications||PK2971 .G3 no. 146|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 946 p.|
|Number of Pages||946|
|LC Control Number||sa 66005382|
CLAT expects you to have knowledge regarding both Indian and World literature, under the Static GK portion. In this respect you are not expected to be aware of the storylines of each and every book. Knowing the names of the most prominent books and authors of those books would be adequate. Khan, Ali Muhammad Mirat-i-Ahmadi. A Persian history of Gujarat [c. ] (trans Lokhandwala, M.) Baroda Knox, Robert ‘ Ethnological inquiries and observations ’ The Anthro pological Review 1.
1 Mirat-i-Ahmadi, Baroda Edition, Vol. I. p. But the Ms. of the same Mhat-iSikandari at the Bodleian Oxford, is described thus by Ethe: " At the end of this copy, which was finished the 27th of Dhu'lkHajja a.h. /a.d. , 3rd of February, as date of this work's completion is given the 9th of Rabi-al-. Ahmedabad Reading Room The Ahmedabad Reading Room commences with W.S. Caine's Picturesque India: A Handbook for European Travellers, one of the earliest 19th Century guidebooks to include the city of Ahmedabad. The collection also includes Ahmedabad, A Compilation of Articles contributed by Rotarians (), with a gift inscription by H.M. Desai .
The book carries the burden of history lightly and the reader has vivid glimpses of the city’s growth through the ebb and flow of time. Mirat-i-Ahmadi . the magnitude of muslim atrocities - ii The NCERT is not the only villain in the game of propping up palpable falsehoods in the field of medieval Indian history. For quite some time, the All India Radio has been presenting a programme in Hindi - Itihãsa Ke Jharokhe Se (Window on History).
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Mirat-i-Ahmadi. Baroda, Oriental Institute, (OCoLC) Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Mirat-i-Ahmadi by 'Ali Muhammad Khan,Oriental Institute edition, in English - Gaekwad's oriental series, v.
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Lokhandwala Oriental Mirat-i-Ahmadi book Baroda Australian/Harvard Citation. The Historic City of Ahmadabad or Old Ahmedabad, the walled city of Ahmedabad in India, was founded by Ahmad Shah I of Gujarat Sultanate in It remained the capital of the Gujarat Sultanate and later important political and commercial centre ofdespite having become extremely crowded and dilapidated, it still serves as the symbolic heart of District: Ahmedabad district.
According to the French traveler Jean de Thévenot () and Mirat-i-Ahmadi, Aurangzeb (in ) caused a slaughter of cow in Chintamani Parshwanath Jain temple in Ahmedabad and demolished it.
this community and from Mirat-i-Ahmadi, a book written in the 17th century, it is found that the Brah-min and bania traders were also converted to this new faith. Habitat characteristics. The residential zones in traditional Indian settlements comprise distinct neighbourhoods linked by the city's thorough-fares.
These neighbour. I am convinced that as a model for writing an academic book India before Europe succeeds The photographs mostly by Frederick M. Asher and Catherine B Asher are likewise first class ' Source: The Journal of the Open University History Society Khan, Ali Muhammad Mirat-i Ahmadi Supplement, trans.
Syed Nawab Ali and C. Seddon. Baroda Cited by: I have compiled all the important Medieval Indian books and their authors in this post. These are very useful in various competitive exams as direct questions can be asked from these list.
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Mian Bhai Mulla Abdul Hussain (in book Gulzar a Daudi) writes: "When Muzaffar Shah's (AD ) power was established in Gujrat, he noticed with great envy and jealousy the spread of the Ismaili being a new Rajput Sunni convert, vigorously encouraged Sunni doctrine, and the Bohras and the Ismili Shias were suppressed, persecuted and forcibly converted to.
The Mirat-i-Ahmadi is an important source material for the history of Gujarat from the mad khan covers the period from to Though the book was written at a later date, it supplied good information about Gujarat and the Sultans of Delhi.
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The city’s earliest recorded names are said to be Kakamuchee and Galajunkja, versions of which are still considered to be in use. However, the city was referred to as Manbai in the Mirat-i-Ahmadi, a historical text on Gujarat dating back to written in Persian by Ali Muhammad Khan.
In Lendas da Índia or the Legends of India, written in old Portuguese by writer Gaspar Author: Sridevi Nambiar.About the Book The Present work Surveys the education system in medieval India during the period of muslim rule. Both, the Hindu and the Islamic system have been drawn in.
The Hindu educational system was typically utilitarian in nature, whereas, the Islamic system stressed the need to devote in purely homilectic and theological pursuits."The city was in continuous upheaval which is documented even in Mirat-i-Ahmadi (a Persian book documenting the city's history) ofas many older areas were merging to .