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India In The Persianate Age

Author : Richard M. Eaton
ISBN : 9780141966557
Genre : History
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'Remarkable ... this brilliant book stands as an important monument to an almost forgotten world' William Dalrymple, Spectator A sweeping, magisterial new history of India from the middle ages to the arrival of the British The Indian subcontinent might seem a self-contained world. Protected by vast mountains and seas, it has created its own religions, philosophies and social systems. And yet this ancient land experienced prolonged and intense interaction with the peoples and cultures of East and Southeast Asia, Europe, Africa and, especially, Central Asia and the Iranian plateau between the eleventh and eighteenth centuries. Richard M. Eaton's wonderful new book tells this extraordinary story with relish and originality. His major theme is the rise of 'Persianate' culture - a many-faceted transregional world informed by a canon of texts that circulated through ever-widening networks across much of Asia. Introduced to India in the eleventh century by dynasties based in eastern Afghanistan, this culture would become thoroughly indigenized by the time of the great Mughals in the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries. This long-term process of cultural interaction and assimilation is reflected in India's language, literature, cuisine, attire, religion, styles of rulership and warfare, science, art, music, architecture, and more. The book brilliantly elaborates the complex encounter between India's Sanskrit culture - which continued to flourish and grow throughout this period - and Persian culture, which helped shape the Delhi Sultanate, the Mughal Empire and a host of regional states, and made India what it is today.

Turkish History And Culture In India

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ISBN : 9789004437364
Genre : History
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Turkish History and Culture in India examines the political, cultural and social role of Turks in medieval and early modern India, and their connections with Central Asia and Anatolia.

Land And Law In Mughal India

Author : Nandini Chatterjee
ISBN : 9781108486033
Genre : History
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In this innovative, micro-historical approach to law, empire and society in India from the Mughal to the colonial period, Nandini Chatterjee explores the dramatic, multi-generational story of a family of Indian landlords negotiating the laws of three empires: Mughal, Maratha and British. This title is also available as Open Access.

Persian Historiography Across Empires

Author : Sholeh A. Quinn
ISBN : 9781108901703
Genre : History
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Persian served as the primary language of historical writing over the period of the early modern Islamic empires of the Ottomans, Safavids and Mughals. Historians writing under these empires read and cited each other's work, some moving from one empire to another, writing under different rival dynasties at various points in time. Emphasising the importance of looking beyond the confines of political boundaries in studying this phenomenon, Sholeh A. Quinn employs a variety of historiographical approaches to draw attention to the importance of placing these histories not only within their historical context, but also historiographical context. This first comparative study of Persian historiography from the 16th-17th centuries presents in-depth case analyses alongside a wide array of primary sources written under the Ottomans, Safavids and Mughals to illustrate that Persian historiography during this era was part of an extensive universe of literary-historical writing.

The Oxford Handbook Of Indian Philosophy

Author : Jonardon Ganeri
ISBN : 9780199314621
Genre : Philosophy
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The Oxford Handbook of Indian Philosophy tells the story of philosophy in India through a series of exceptional individual acts of philosophical virtuosity. It brings together forty leading international scholars to record the diverse figures, movements, and approaches that constitute philosophy in the geographical region of the Indian subcontinent, a region sometimes nowadays designated South Asia. The chapters provide a synopsis of the liveliest areas of contemporary research and set new agendas for nascent directions of exploration. Each of the chapters provides compelling evidence that in the global exercise of human intellectual skills India, throughout its history, has been a hugely sophisticated and important presence, host to an astonishing range of exceptionally creative minds engaged in an extraordinary diversity of the most astute philosophical exploration conceivable. It spans philosophy of law, logic, politics, environment, and society, but is most strongly associated with wide-ranging discussions in the philosophy of mind and language, epistemology and metaphysics (how we know and what is there to be known), ethics, meta-ethics, and aesthetics, and meta-philosophy. The reach of Indian ideas has been vast, both historically and geographically, and it has been and continues to be a major influence in world philosophy. In the breadth as well as the depth of its philosophical investigation, in the sheer bulk of surviving texts and in the diffusion of its ideas, the philosophical heritage of India easily stands comparison with that of China, Greece, the Latin West, or the Islamic world.

Islam And The Modern Age

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ISBN : UCBK:C105606777
Genre : Islam
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Wonders Of The Age

Author : Stuart Cary Welch
ISBN : UOM:39015060379420
Genre : Illumination of books and manuscripts, Iranian
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85 miniatures from 12 lenders and anonymous sources were assembled by Stuart Cary Welch, curator of Muslim and Hindu painting at the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University.

Rethinking Early Modern India

Author : Richard B. Barnett
ISBN : UOM:39015056133013
Genre : India
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This Anthology Of Ten Papers In Five Disciplines, From A Conferennce At The University Of Virginia, Vastly Expands Our Understanding Of The Much-Maligned Early Modern Period Of South Asian History And Civilization.

Pearls Of The Parrot Of India

Author : John William Seyller
ISBN : UOM:39015052873091
Genre : Art
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Amir Khusraw Dihlawi (1253-1325) was one of the most famous Mughal poets of the Indian subcontinent and the self-styled Parrot of India. His Pearls of poetry are seen here in his Khamsa, one of the most admired texts in the Islamic world. This copy marks the culmination of the development of the deluxe Mughal manuscript in the 1590s. The writing of the Walters Khamsa fell to the most highly esteemed calligrapher of the day, Muhammad Jusayn al-Kashmiri, then at the zenith of his career. The Khamsa must have been understood at several different levels at the Mughal court. For some, it was a stellar work of literature. Others undoubtedly saw the manuscript as a repository of visual art, captivated by the sophistication of the calligraphy and the brilliance of the paintings. Still others found this book a bibliographic gem, a precious object to hold and behold.

The Heritage Of Sufism

Author : Leonard Lewisohn
ISBN : 1851681930
Genre : Religion
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This comphrehensive study is unique in its chronological breadth, intellectual diversity and historical scope and which demonstrates the central role played by Sufism in persianate culture in Iran, Central Asia and India

Studies In Islamic And Later Indian Art From The Arthur M Sackler Museum Harvard University Art Museums

Author : Arthur M. Sackler Museum
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111918939
Genre : Art
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This volume examines portraits of Mughal rulers, Iranian drawing and painting and Samanid epigraphic pottery of medieval Iran and Central Asia.

Indian Miniature Painting

Author : Dr. Daljeet
ISBN : UOM:39015081839857
Genre : Miniature painting, Indic
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This book comes out with a new perception of Indian miniature art. The book examines not merely its body but also its inherent soul, underlying unity, ethos it represents and factors that shaped it across the period from the seventh century onwards.

Mughal And Other Indian Paintings From The Chester Beatty Library

Author : Chester Beatty Library
ISBN : UOM:39015038427947
Genre : Dublin (Ireland)
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History Of The Muslim World The Age Of The Caliphs

Author : Bertold Spuler
ISBN : 1558760954
Genre : History
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A concise history of the Muslim countries. It begins with Rome and Persia and the pre-Islamic Bedouins and ends with the fall of Baghdad to the Mongols (1258), and in the West with the fall of Granada to the Christians (1492). The author seeks to unravel the many motivations and influences that went into the making of Islamic history and to expound and evaluate them. He frequently reminds the reader of economic and cultural developments taking place at the same time as, and often in intimate connection with, the more overtly political events. In her introduction, Jane Hathaway shows the connection between the history of Islamic civilization and world history.

Monuments Of Delhi

Author : Archæological Survey of India
ISBN : UCBK:C100693680
Genre : Delhi (India)
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Encyclopedia Indica

Author : Pelican Creations International (Noida, India)
ISBN : UOM:39015073824982
Genre : History
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Iran

Author : Roksana Bahramitash
ISBN : UOM:39015058865786
Genre : History
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Presenting a discussion of the political culture of Iran that has been largely overlooked in the West, this volume seeks to analyse a 'fragmented self' refracted through the institutions, market forces & modern thought of Iran.

A Moral Reckoning

Author : Mushirul Hasan
ISBN : UOM:39015062835809
Genre : History
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"It will interest a wide cross section of historians, political scientists, and sociologists."--BOOK JACKET.

Treasures Of Islam

Author : Geneva (Switzerland). Musée d'art et d'histoire
ISBN : UOM:39015016666615
Genre : Art, Islamic
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Traces the history of Islamic art from the 7th to the 19th centuries & covers such subjects as the art of the book, lacquer & oil painting, ceramics, metalwork, arms & armor, carpets & textiles, architectural ornament, decorative arts, & coinage.

The Cultures Of History In Early Modern India

Author : Kumkum Chatterjee
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124118907
Genre : History
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This volume explores two themes - historical traditions in early modern India et Mughal political culture as manifest in the cultures of history writing in Bengal. It analyses the interaction between Islamic cultural traditions in the South Asian sub-continent with Indic, vernacular traditions.

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