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Encyclopaedic Survey of Medieval India (In 5 Volumes)

S R Bakshi (Editor) B.R. Verma (Editor)
Synopsis This encyclopaedia is produced with consideration to relate facts and essential elements of history of Medieval India. starting from invasions of turks at the end of 12th century and settling down here, emergence of Mughals that lasted almost two centuries. Though Babar was founder of Mughal empire in a sense only that he came first to India and inspired his successors for achievement, Human is also important for he maintained the claim for long enough for others to take over. Had his successor not passesed genius on their own all work done by Babar and Humayun would have been in vain. Mughals after Humayun were benefited from the blue print of administration prepared by Sher Shah Suri which he could not implement. It was the period when Mughal empire under Akbar became a political fact. He raised himself to the position of accepted ruler of Hindustan. There after Mughal empire rested upon four main pillars, these were personality of emperor, the Rajput alliance, policy of toleration and balance of power. With exception of Maratha movement under Shivaji and Deccan kingdoms Mughals dominated India. struggle of Deccan was so intense that lasted for 26 years until the death of Aurangzeb and left Mughal empire exhausted and ruined its morale. This set depict several aspects of medieval history of India. All the themes have been explained in a comprehensive way. Indeed this set will be useful for social scientists, teachers, researchers and students in India and abroad.
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About the authors

S R Bakshi

Dr. S.R. Bakshi is an eminent scholar of History and is the author of several works on Indian nationalism and freedom movement. A renowned scholar of history, Dr. Bakshi was working with ICHR, New Delhi till recently.

B.R. Verma

B.R. Verma a well read, widely travelled and strong believer of Marxist ideology was born in 1943 in "Jhang District" nowin Pakistan. He spent his youth living among contemporary marxist intellectuals. He choose publishing trade as profession that matched his state of mind. During course of time he established himself as publisher. Nationalist to the core of heart he had affection for freedom fighters. Memories of aftermath of partition of fascination of sacrifices of freedom movement have been stimulating him throughout his life. His untold intellect has been inspiring him to do some thing for the cause, this all came out in shape of present work. He has still more to tell if health permits him.

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Title Encyclopaedic Survey of Medieval India (In 5 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8171698875
length viii+ 281p., viii+382p., viii+306p., viii+287p., viii+298p., Tables; References; Index; 26cm.
Subjects History