3 edition of Mirat-i-Ahmadi supplement found in the catalog.
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|Statement||translated from the Persian of Ali Muhammad Khan by Syed Nawab Ali and Charles Norman Seddon.|
|Series||Gaekwad"s oriental series ;, no. 43|
|LC Classifications||PK2971 .G3 no. 43 Suppl., DS486.A45 .G3 no. 43 Suppl.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 222 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||80456641|
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Ali Muhammad Khan, Mirat-i Ahmadi, Supplement, tr. Syed Nawab Ali and Charles Norman Seddon, with explanatory Notes and Appendices, Re-issue Corrected, Baroda, Oriental Institute, Shah Nawaz Khan, Ma’asir ul Umara, edited by Maulvi Abdur Rahim, Vol. III, Calcutta, With: Mirat-i-Ahmadi Supplement (Persian Text) Edited by Syed Nawab Ali. (Gaekwad’s Oriental Series. ) 2 vols. Part I: 8, pp., 2 plates. Part II: to A.H.
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[Alï Muhammad Khān.]. Mirat-i-Ahmadi a history of Gujarat in Persian. Edited by Syed Nawab Ali. Supplement. Gaekwad's oriental series, v. by 'Ali Muhammad Khan. Published by Oriental Institute in Baroda. Written in English. I am convinced that as a model for writing an academic book India before Europe succeeds The photographs mostly by Frederick M.
Asher and Catherine B Asher are likewise first class ' Source: The Journal of the Open University History Society Khan, Ali Muhammad Mirat-i Ahmadi Supplement, trans. Syed Nawab Ali and C. Seddon. Baroda Cited by: Mirat-I-Ahmadi Supplement; Lord Clive The Foundation Of British Rule In India; New Light On The Most Ancient East; Maasir I Alamgiri; History Of Ancient Egypt Vol.
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English translation, translated from the Persian original of Ali Muhammad Khan, by M. Lokhandwala Oriental Institute Baroda Australian/Harvard Citation. menial classes.I2 The author of the Mirat-i Ahmadi also gives a detailed description of the Hindu population residing in Gujarat.
He divided Hindus into sects that became occupational 8 S. Nawab Ali & C.N. Seddon (eds.) Mirat-i Ahmadi, Supplement, p.
9 ibid. Nawab Ali & C.N. Seddon (eds.), Mirat-i-Ahmadi, Supplement, Oriental Institute, Baroda, Sir Edward Clive Bayley, The History of India as told by its own Historians: The LocalFile Size: KB. If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account.
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PRESENTATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY Woolner and Lakshman Sarup, Vol. Panjab Univ. Publications, 10 x 7. London, From Oxford University Press. Mirat-I-Ahmadi is a political and statistical history of Gujarat composed by Ali Mohammed Khan, an Imperial dewan at Ahmedabad.
It was completed in the s. It was completed in the s. The original Persian text comprises two volumes and a supplement (khatima). Mirat-i-Ahmadi by Ali Muhammad Khan, in Mirat-i-Ahmdi, translated into English by M.F. Lokhandwala, Baroda,P. No age is wanting in able men; it is the duty of wise masters to find them out, win them over, and get work done by means of them, without listening to the calumnies of.
1 A RE” TO` PUM (6) CON` TVAI SUI’ MA HUT` MRAN` MA MAN`” MYA” A RE” TO` PUM. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth. Ran` Kun` (Nan`” Mran`’ Ca Pe), 2 ÖNUNGSSAAL IM RATHAUS. Vergessene Städte am Indus. Frühe Kulturen in Pakistan vom Jahrtausend June-Sept. iv, pp. illus. ( color). This article tries to investigate as to what were the notions of economic theory informing the working of the state and society in medieval India in order to identify and explain the social contrad Author: Iqtidar Alam Khan.
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