The essays included in this volume explore the interconnections between society, economy, religion and state, and their interaction with political processes in medieval India. This is a valuable reference source for all students and scholars of Mughal history, bringing together the various strands of a lifetime of work by a renowned medievalist.... verses both in Persian and Hindi.41 All these writings were obviously for the benefit of the new composite ruling class ... Similarly, Aurangzeba#39;s orthodox views and his pandering to the ulamas were not to the liking of many nobles.4 It is, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays on Medieval Indian History|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2003|