Mughal Empire in India: A Systematic Study Including Source Material, Volume 2
Mughal Empire In India Is A Detailed And Comprehensive Study Of The History Of Medieval India. It Has Tapped Practically All Historical Sources Available In English. It Presents All Points Of View On Controversial Topics, Helping The Reader To Draw His Own Conclusions. Rao Bahadur G.S. Sardesai Finds The Principal Merit Of The Work In The Skilful Piecing Together Of All Available Matter And Weaving It Into A Connected Account . This Textbook Is A Real Source Of High And Systematic Knowledge. The Intelligent Use Of This Textbook Will Introduce The Student To The Genuine Historical Method . Rev. H. Heras, S.J. The Effort To Make The Student Acquainted With The Sources Is Perhaps The Most Distinct ContriČBution Of This Book . C.S.S. In The Journal Of Indian History
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GOLDEN AGE OF THE EMPIRE
POSTMERIDIEM OF THE EMPIRE
SUNSET OF THE EMPIRE
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