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" Musulman should be exempt from the jizya, or poll-tax. Information of this came to the ears of the people at large, and great numbers of Hindus presented themselves, and were admitted to the honour of Islam. Thus they came forward day by day from every... "
History of India - Page 168
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 3

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1871
...exempt from the jisya, or poll-tax. Information of this came to the ears of the people at large, and great numbers of Hindus presented themselves, and...from the jizya, and were favoured with presents and honours. Through God's mercy the lands and property of his servants have been safe and secure, protected...
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 3

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1871
...exempt from the j'isya, or poll-tax. Information of this came to the ears of the people at large, and great numbers of Hindus presented themselves, and...from the jizya, and were favoured with presents and honours. Through God's mercy the lands and property of his servants have been safe and secure, protected...
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Report of a Tour in Eastern Rajputana in 1882-83

Sir Alexander Cunningham - India - 1885 - 165 pages
...ears of the people, and great numbers of Hindus presented themselves and were admitted to the honourof Islam. Thus they came forward day by day from every...and, adopting the faith, were exonerated from the Jezta, and were favoured with presents and honours." Coupling this statement, made by Firoz Shah himself,...
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The Preaching of Islam: A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith

Sir Thomas Walker Arnold - Islam - 1896 - 388 pages
...exempt from the jizyah, or poll tax. Information of this came to the ears of the people at large and great numbers of Hindus presented themselves, and...and, adopting the faith, were exonerated from the jizyah, and were favoured with presents and honours." s As the Muhammadan power became consolidated,...
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Islam and Christianity in India and the Far East

Elwood Morris Wherry - Christianity and other religions - 1907 - 237 pages
...exempt from the Jizyah or polltax. Information of this came to the ears of the people at large and great numbers of Hindus presented themselves, and...and, adopting the faith, were exonerated from the Jizyah, and were favoured with presents and honours." 18 These facts will suffice to show how this...
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Islam and Missions: Being Papers Read at the Second Missionary Conference on ...

Elwood Morris Wherry, Samuel Marinus Zwemer, C. G. Mylrea - Islam - 1911 - 298 pages
...exempt from the Jizya or poll-tax. Information of this came to the ears of the people at large and great numbers of Hindus presented themselves, and...from the Jizya, and were favoured with presents and honours." But it was not the tax that did so much injury as the way in which it was imposed and collected....
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Hindu Sangathan: Saviour of the Dying Race

Sraddhananda (Swami.) - Hinduism - 1926 - 141 pages
...exempt from the Jaziah or poll tax. Information of this came to the ears of the people at large and great numbers of Hindus presented themselves, and...were admitted to the honour of Islam. Thus they came forword day by day from every quarter, and, adopting the faith, wore exonerated from the Jiziah and...
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