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Medieval Central Asia: Polity, Economy and Military Organization

 
Mansura Haidar (Author)
Synopsis

This volume is the first of its kind as no other work based on original sources and exclusively dealing with the above subject in such detail is available. Central Asia has remained to be a world apart though its institutions, administrative terminology, methods of warfare, pattern of handicrafts seem to flicker in many other civilizations. The wide spectrum of the study and varied contents of this book depict multifarious aspects of Central Asian history ranging from civil to military organization, tribal to settled, agrarian to artisan population and the life and activities of Naqshbandi saints in the state business. It further deals with political setup, changing notions of state craft, economic structure, system of taxation which go to make the medieval Central Asian life come alive.

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About the author

Mansura Haidar

Mansura Haidar, Chairperson and Coordinator, Centre of Advanced Study Department of History, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, possesses a brilliant academic record. She is a distinguished and widely acknowledged scholar and has authored several books and numerous articles on Central Asian and Indian history. Having spent several years in Central Asia and with proficiency in various languages of the region, she could use the medieval historical material in its original form. Her well-documented researches therefore, carry an aura of authenticity and academic excellence.

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Bibliographic information

Title Medieval Central Asia: Polity, Economy and Military Organization
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173045542
length 525p.
Subjects History