Sources of Indian History

  • Tarikh-i Firoz Shahi

    This book is an English translation of Tarikh-i Firoz Shahi, considered as the finest specimen of Indo-Persian historiography produced during the Sultanate period in India.

  • Print Culture: Sir Syed’s Aligarh Institute Gazette 1866-1897

    This book begins with a brief account of the life and achievements of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan and goes on to examine the role of the Scientific Society, which remained active from 1864 to 1884, in highlighting the need for social, educational, and political reforms in the Indian subcontinent.

  • Indo-Persian Historiography to the Fourteenth Century (Enlarged Edition)

    This book discusses the origin and growth of Indo-Persian historiography with particular emphasis on India’s contribution to the literary heritage of the Persian world.

  • Literature as History: From Early to Contemporary Times

    This volume puts forth an idea of unusual convergence between literature and history. It begins by showing how literary material – since the Sangam period of Tamil literary Renaissance in the first millennium up to the very recent globally acclaimed Indo-Anglian literature – has reflected the twists and turns of history.

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