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Akbar and His India
Akbar and His India
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Excerpts From Review :

'A welcome volume, for no recent work has given much attention to the subjects considered here...' - Catherine B. Asher, The Journal of Asian Studies (US).

'What it [the book] does, it does very well and is marked by the thoroughness of scholarship and editing that characterize the books of Habib.' - Pratibha Iyer, Indian Review of Books.

'The volume bears the imprint of a scholarship that has become unfashionable in these post-modern times...Collectively the articles provide the most authentic and representative statement on Akbar to date.' - Parvathi Menon, Frontline.

'The essays are of some interest in point of detail; by way of interpretation, however, these merely adhere to the well-known stereotype of the centralized Mughal state, a characterization that has been modified in recent years.' - Lakshmi Subramanian, Telegraph

'To the question, "does this volume constitute a valuable addition to existing literature on Akbar?" the answer is "no".' - Mohammad Amin, Outlook.

Can it be that Akbar was to India in the 16th Century what Habib is to medieval Indian history today?' -Sanjay Subramanyam, India Today

About the Author:

Irfan Habib, formerly Professor of History at Aligarh, is the author of The Agrarian System of Mughal India and An Atlas of the Mughal Empire.

CONTENTS

Editorial Noteix
ARTICLES
1.Akbar's Initial Encounters with the Chiefs: Accident vs. Design in the Process of Subjugation
 Ahsan Raza Khan
1
2.Akbar and the Rajput Principalities: Integration into Empire
 S. Inayat A. Zaidi
15
3.Akbar's Annexation of Sind - An Interpretation
 Sunita Zaidi
25
4.The Mughal Annexation of Sind - A Diplomatic and Military History
 Fatima Zehra Bilgrami
33
5.Disappearance of Coin Minting in the 1580s? - A Not eon the Alf Coins
Najaf Haider
55
6.Akbar's Farmans - A Study in Diplomatic
 Iqbal Husain
66
7.Akbar's Personality Traits and World Outlook - A Critical Appraisal
 Iqtidar Alam Khan
79
8.Akbar and the Jains
 Pushpa Prasad
97
9.Science and Superstition under Akbar and Jahangir: The Observation of Astronomical Phenomena
 Shireen Moosvi
109
10.Scientific Concepts in Abu'I Fazl's A'in-i Akbari
 Iqbal Ghani Khan
121
11.Akbar and Technology
 Irfan Habib
129
12.Painting under Akbar as Narrative Art 
 Som Prakash Verma
149
13.Revisiting Fatehpur Sikri: An Interpretation of Certain Buildings
 S. Ali Nadeem Rezavi
174
14.The Image of Akbar as a Patron of Music in Indo-Persian and Vernacular Sources
 Francoise 'Nalini' Delvoye
188
15.The Perception of India in Akbar and Abu'l Fazl
 M. Athar Ali
215
16.Middle Bengali Literature: A Source for the Study of Bengal in the Age of Akbar
 Aniruddha Ray
225
17.The Sikh Movement During the Reign of Akbar
 J.S. Grewal
243
18.Akbar and Portuguese Maritime Dominance
 K.S. Mathew
256
DOCUMENTS
1.A Farman of Akbar (1558) from the Period of the Regency
 Saiyid Zaheer Jafri
266
2.Three Early Farmans of Akbar, in Favour of Ramdas, the Master Dyer
 Irfan Habib
270
3.An Estimate of Revenues of the Deccan Kingdoms, 1591
 Shireen Moosvi
288
4.A Dutch Memoir of 1603 on Indian Textiles
 Ishrat Alam
294
REVIEWS
Muhammad Ghausi Shattari, Gulzar-i Abrar
 Irfan Habib
298
'Arif Qandahari, Tarikh-i Akbari
 Shireen Moosvi
300
Shireen Moosvi, Episodes in the life of Akbar
 Iqtidar A. Khan
302
John F. Richards, The Mughal Empire
 Irfan Habib
303
Sanjay Subrahmanyam (ed.), Money and the Market in India
 Irfan Habib
305
Som Prakash Verma, Mughal Painters and their Work
 Irfan Habib
305
Iqtidar H. Siddiqui, Sher Shah Sur and his Dynasty
 Iqbal Hussain
307
Sukumar Ray, Bairam Khan
 Shireen Moosvi
309
Amina Okada, Imperial Mughal Painters
 S.P. Verma
310
Margaret H. Case (ed.), Govindadeva: a Dialogue in Stone
 Iqbal Husain
313
Contributors316

Akbar and His India

Item Code:
IDE902
Cover:
Paperback
Edition:
2004
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
ISBN:
0195646320
Language:
English
Size:
8.5" X 5.5"
Pages:
322 (B & W Plates: 19, Figures: 5, Map: 1)
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Excerpts From Review :

'A welcome volume, for no recent work has given much attention to the subjects considered here...' - Catherine B. Asher, The Journal of Asian Studies (US).

'What it [the book] does, it does very well and is marked by the thoroughness of scholarship and editing that characterize the books of Habib.' - Pratibha Iyer, Indian Review of Books.

'The volume bears the imprint of a scholarship that has become unfashionable in these post-modern times...Collectively the articles provide the most authentic and representative statement on Akbar to date.' - Parvathi Menon, Frontline.

'The essays are of some interest in point of detail; by way of interpretation, however, these merely adhere to the well-known stereotype of the centralized Mughal state, a characterization that has been modified in recent years.' - Lakshmi Subramanian, Telegraph

'To the question, "does this volume constitute a valuable addition to existing literature on Akbar?" the answer is "no".' - Mohammad Amin, Outlook.

Can it be that Akbar was to India in the 16th Century what Habib is to medieval Indian history today?' -Sanjay Subramanyam, India Today

About the Author:

Irfan Habib, formerly Professor of History at Aligarh, is the author of The Agrarian System of Mughal India and An Atlas of the Mughal Empire.

CONTENTS

Editorial Noteix
ARTICLES
1.Akbar's Initial Encounters with the Chiefs: Accident vs. Design in the Process of Subjugation
 Ahsan Raza Khan
1
2.Akbar and the Rajput Principalities: Integration into Empire
 S. Inayat A. Zaidi
15
3.Akbar's Annexation of Sind - An Interpretation
 Sunita Zaidi
25
4.The Mughal Annexation of Sind - A Diplomatic and Military History
 Fatima Zehra Bilgrami
33
5.Disappearance of Coin Minting in the 1580s? - A Not eon the Alf Coins
Najaf Haider
55
6.Akbar's Farmans - A Study in Diplomatic
 Iqbal Husain
66
7.Akbar's Personality Traits and World Outlook - A Critical Appraisal
 Iqtidar Alam Khan
79
8.Akbar and the Jains
 Pushpa Prasad
97
9.Science and Superstition under Akbar and Jahangir: The Observation of Astronomical Phenomena
 Shireen Moosvi
109
10.Scientific Concepts in Abu'I Fazl's A'in-i Akbari
 Iqbal Ghani Khan
121
11.Akbar and Technology
 Irfan Habib
129
12.Painting under Akbar as Narrative Art 
 Som Prakash Verma
149
13.Revisiting Fatehpur Sikri: An Interpretation of Certain Buildings
 S. Ali Nadeem Rezavi
174
14.The Image of Akbar as a Patron of Music in Indo-Persian and Vernacular Sources
 Francoise 'Nalini' Delvoye
188
15.The Perception of India in Akbar and Abu'l Fazl
 M. Athar Ali
215
16.Middle Bengali Literature: A Source for the Study of Bengal in the Age of Akbar
 Aniruddha Ray
225
17.The Sikh Movement During the Reign of Akbar
 J.S. Grewal
243
18.Akbar and Portuguese Maritime Dominance
 K.S. Mathew
256
DOCUMENTS
1.A Farman of Akbar (1558) from the Period of the Regency
 Saiyid Zaheer Jafri
266
2.Three Early Farmans of Akbar, in Favour of Ramdas, the Master Dyer
 Irfan Habib
270
3.An Estimate of Revenues of the Deccan Kingdoms, 1591
 Shireen Moosvi
288
4.A Dutch Memoir of 1603 on Indian Textiles
 Ishrat Alam
294
REVIEWS
Muhammad Ghausi Shattari, Gulzar-i Abrar
 Irfan Habib
298
'Arif Qandahari, Tarikh-i Akbari
 Shireen Moosvi
300
Shireen Moosvi, Episodes in the life of Akbar
 Iqtidar A. Khan
302
John F. Richards, The Mughal Empire
 Irfan Habib
303
Sanjay Subrahmanyam (ed.), Money and the Market in India
 Irfan Habib
305
Som Prakash Verma, Mughal Painters and their Work
 Irfan Habib
305
Iqtidar H. Siddiqui, Sher Shah Sur and his Dynasty
 Iqbal Hussain
307
Sukumar Ray, Bairam Khan
 Shireen Moosvi
309
Amina Okada, Imperial Mughal Painters
 S.P. Verma
310
Margaret H. Case (ed.), Govindadeva: a Dialogue in Stone
 Iqbal Husain
313
Contributors316

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