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" I require nothing beyond a sir of wine and half a sir of meat." It is impossible to describe the beauty and wisdom of the Queen. In any matter that was presented to her, if a difficulty arose, she immediately solved it. Whoever threw himself upon her... "
History of India - Page 316
edited by - 1907
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 6

John Dowson - India - 1875
...Queen Begam," was jointly attached. At last her authority reached such a pass that the King was such only in name. Repeatedly he gave out that he had bestowed...I require nothing beyond a sir of wine and half a tir of meat." It is impossible to describe the beauty and wisdom of the Queen. In any matter that was...
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The Mogul Emperors of Hindustan, A.D. 1389- A.D. 1707, Part 1707

Edward Singleton Holden - India - 1895 - 365 pages
...small account), and depended only on the empress, " whose sense and experience " exceeded theirs. " It is impossible to describe the beauty and wisdom of the queen ; in any matter that was presented to her, if a difficulty arose she immediately solved it." She was...
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Cities of India

Sir George Forrest - India - 1903 - 350 pages
...Queen Begam,' was jointly attached. At last her authority reached such a pass that the King was such only in name. Repeatedly he gave out that he had bestowed the sovereignty on Noor Jahan Begam, and would say, ' I require nothing beyond a sir of wine and half a sir of meat.'...
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Through Rajputana to Delhi ...: An Ilustrated Guide to the Districts Reached ...

Carlton Stubbs - 1907 - 248 pages
...Queen Begam ' was jointly attached. At last her authority reached such a pass that the King was such only in name. Repeatedly he gave out that he had bestowed the sovereignty on Nur Jehan Begam and would say ' I require nothing but a sir of wine and half a sir of meat.' It is impossible...
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The Mogul Emperors of Hindustan, A.D. 1398-A.D. 1707

Edward Singleton Holden - India - 1895 - 364 pages
...small account), and depended only on the empress, " whose sense and experience " exceeded theirs. " It is impossible to describe the beauty and wisdom of the queen ; in any matter that was presented to her, if a»difficulty arose she immediately solved it." She was...
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High School English Grammar And Composition (Hindi)

Wren & Martin - Juvenile Fiction - 1979
...Queen Begam,' was jointly attached. At last her authority reached such a pass that the King was such only in name. Repeatedly he gave out that he had bestowed the sovereignty on Noor Jahan Begam, and would say, 'I require nothing beyond a sir of wine and half a sir of meat.' It...
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