The Turks in India

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The Minerva Group, Inc., 2001 - 268 頁
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The book covers the character, epochs, and incidents in the history of the Empire established in Hindustan by the Chughtai Tartars B covering the time from the invasion of Babar to the death of Alamgir II, and the campaign of 1760-1.The author then goes on to show the state of the country under Mughal rule, and the reasons why, with many good qualities, the House of Taimur ultimately failed to form a durable dominion. At the time of original publication in 1879, the author was Judge of Agra, Fellow of the University of Calcutta, and author of The Moghul Empire.
 

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The Foundation op the Chughtai Dynasty
19
The Institutes of Akbab
52
The Chabacteb of Jahangib
83
The Coubt of Shahjahan
108
India undeb Aubungzeb
144
Decay and Disintegbation
170
II
200
The Campaign of Panifat
228
Appendix
249
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