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The Heritage of the Bahmanis & The Baridis of the Deccan (1347-1538-1619 A.D.)

 
M.A. Nayeem (Author)
Synopsis

This book - The Heritage of Bahmanis and the Baridis completes The Heritage series of book which the author, Dr.M.A. Nayeem had began a decade ago. In the series he has already published the following titles: The Spleandour of Hyderabad (2002. revised edition 2011); The Heritage of the Qutb Shahis of Golconda and Hyderabad (2006); The Heritage of the Adil Shahis of Bijapur 2008); and The Royal Palaces of the Nizams (2009).

These five magnum opus volumes present for the first time a comprehensive illustrated account with several hundreds of historical photographs, in each volume, both multi-colour and monochrome, relating to numerous aspects-history, socio-economic, cultural, art, architecture, religion archaeology, numismatics, foreign relations with west Asia, etc. They cover 600 years of the medieval Deccan from 1347-1947 A.D.

The present volume, profusely illustrated, an outcome of several years research, is a broad based- study that integrates diverse elements and presents a synthesized panoramic survey, covering its four capitals. It recaptures the sublime spirit of life and times in the vast Bahmani empire which extended from sea to sea, and which had left lagacies of culture that had grounded in powerful set of oriental ideas and traditions related to a specific social - cultural context. These traditions brought by the foreign west Asian immigants, including the founders of the Bahmani and Baridi dynasties who hailed from lran and Turkey, respectfully.The traditions expended in court culture, social institutions, customs and ceremonies, dress, and etiquette, rituals, art, architecture, religion, persian language, epigraphy, calligraphy, literature etc. underlined and marked the cohesive and harmonious society. These aspects contributed to the evolution of a composite cultures, of which the four capital Daulatabad, Gulbarga, Firozabad and Bidar were the nucleus and cradle.

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About the author

M.A. Nayeem

Dr. M.A. Nayeem (b. 1938 at Hyderabad) graduated in Science from Osmania University, took his M.A. in History from Aligarh Muslim University, Ph.D. and D. Litt. in History from the University of Poona. He has retired from the Hyderabad Archives voluntarily as Research Officer and Assistant Director. As Research Officer, Dr. Nayeem compiled and edited two volumes of Mughal Documents. Catalogue of Aurangzeb's Reign, published by the Government of Andhra Pradesh (1980-81). They contain English translations of nearly 6,000 Persian documents. He was Jt. Editor for Nawab Imadul Mulk and Studies in the Foreign Relations of India published by the Archives. Dr. Nayeem's book Mughal Administration of Deccan Under Nizam Ul Mulk Asaf Jah I (1720-1748) has been published (1985) by Jaico-a project of I.C.H.R., New Delhi. His other publications are: Postal Marking of Hyderabad (1967), History of Postal Administration of Hyderabad (1970) and Enternal Relations of the Bijapur Kingdom, 1481-1686, (1974). He has read several research papers at national university seminars and Indian History Congress sessions and has contributed numerous papers to Indian, British and American journals and to the Encyclopedia Iranica published by the Columbia University, New York, Vasco Da Gama E A I; India (3 Vols.) Gulbenkian, Lisbon, etc. Dr. Nayeem was a member of the Editiorial Board of Islamic Culture. He is Co-Editor of Modern Deccan History sponsored by Government of Andhra Pradesh (Abul Kalam Azad Oriental Research Institute), and has contributed to it ten chapters. He is Editor for the Socio-Economic History of The Deccan. He was Jt. Editor of the Archives; Journal, Itihas, including special issue, Temples of Andhra Pradesh (1980). He has participated, on invitation, in the International Conferences and Symposium abroad. Dr. Nayeem's book, Hyderabad-Philatelic History, published by the Philatelic Congress of India in 1980, has won gold medals at Delhi, Tokyo, Paris, Norway, London and Melbourne. His biography was published in the International Who's Who of Intellectuals (1983), International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. He has published series of six books on Arabian history and three are under publication.

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Title The Heritage of the Bahmanis & The Baridis of the Deccan (1347-1538-1619 A.D.)
Author M.A. Nayeem
Format Hardcover
Date published: 20.09.2012
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788185492407
length xviii+260p., 350 Illustrations; (Majority in Multi Colour), Four Multi Coloured Maps, 20 Line Drawings; 30cm.