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" Among the gifts which God bestowed upon me, His humble servant, was a desire to erect public buildings. So I built many mosques and colleges and monasteries, that the learned and the elders, the devout and the holy, might worship God in these edifices,... "
History of India - Page 162
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 3

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1871
...inches (asdbf) in breadth. Whatever was unlawful and forbidden by, or opposed to, the Law was set aside. Among the gifts which God bestowed upon me, His humble...are in accordance with the directions of the Law. The learned doctors of the Law of Islam have many troubles; of this there is no doubt. I settled allowances...
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 3

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1871
...(asdbi') in breadth. Whatever was unlawful and forbidden by, or opposed to, the Law was set aside. Among the gifts which God bestowed upon me, His humble...are in accordance with the directions of the Law. The learned doctors of the Law of Islam have many troubles; of this there is no doubt. I settled allowances...
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Promotion of Learning in India During Muhammadan Rule (by Muhammadans)

Narendra Nath Law - Cultural policy - 1916 - 259 pages
...bestowed upon me, His humble servant, was a desire to erect public buildings. So I built many mosques, colleges and monasteries, that the learned and the...are in accordance with the directions of the Law. " Again, by the guidance of God, I was led to repair and 1 Ferishta vol. i, p. 465. It is not supported...
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Promotion of Learning in India During Muhammadan Rule (by Muhammadans)

Narendra Nath Law - Cultural policy - 1916 - 259 pages
...interesting to hear from the Sultan himself some particulars about these building operations : — " Among the gifts which God bestowed upon me, His humble...to erect public buildings. So I built many mosques, colleges and monasteries, that the learned and the elders, the devout and the holy, might worship God...
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The Encyclopaedia of Islam

H. A. R. Gibb, E. van Donzel, P. J. Bearman, J. van Lent - Art - 1996 - 211 pages
...ulama and the Sufis, and his own memoirs explain the relationship between architecture and this goal: "Among the gifts which God bestowed upon me. His humble...erect public buildings. So I built many mosques and madrasas and khanaqahs, that the learned and the elders, the devout and the holy, might worship God...
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Mughal Gardens: Sources, Places, Representations, and Prospects

James L. Wescoat, Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn - Architecture - 1996 - 288 pages
...penchant for building and for pious acts, and the establishment of gardens satisfied both inclinations: "The digging of canals, the planting of trees, and...lands are in accordance with the directions of the Law."27 In a move that must have increased farmers' income and the amount of land under cultivation,...
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