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Parties and politics at the Mughal Court, 1707-1740

Chandra, Satish

Parties and politics at the Mughal Court, 1707-1740

by Chandra, Satish

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Published by People"s Pub. House in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mogul Empire
    • Subjects:
    • Mogul Empire -- Politics and government.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Satish Chandra.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS461.8 .C47 1972
      The Physical Object
      Paginationlii, 323 p. ;
      Number of Pages323
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4705015M
      LC Control Number77906270

      His publication, Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court, broke new ground in Mughal studies. On behalf of the Indian History Congress, of which he has been General () and Secretary (), he has been responsible for the preparation and publication of several volumes of A Comprehensive History of India. Preface. Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court, by Satish Chandra () Jan 1,

      India’s eminent historian of medieval India and noted educational administrator Satish Chandra passed away at age of He has penned NCERT’s medieval India textbook, two volume book Medieval India, Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court, and ‘History of Medieval India’. He founded JNU’s Centre for Historical Studies. Parties and politics at the Mughal Court, – Oxford University Press. p. ^ Koch, Ebba (). King of the world: the Padshahnama.

      दिलरस बानो बेगम (फ़ारसी: دلرس‌ بانو بیگم, उर्दू: دلرس بانو بیگم ‎) (ल. – 8 अक्टूबर ) मुग़ल राजवंश के आख़िरी महान शहंशाह औरंगज़ेब की पहली और मुख्य बीवी थीं। उन्हें. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting.


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Learn by: Parties and politics at the Mughal Court, (Publication of the Department of History) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Satish Chandra (Author)Author: Satish Chandra. Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court, The period in Indian history after the death of Aurangzeb in has been characterized as one of anarchy and decline.

In this book, the author brings out some broad forms of development and conflict within the Mughal empire /5. Parties and politics at the Mughal Court, [Satish Chandra] -- "This important book provides a new perspective on the decline of the Mughal empire, departing from the existing appraisement of Aurangzeb, the functioning of the Mughal nobility and the crisis of.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chandra, Satish, Parties and politics at the Mughal Court, [Aligarh] Dept. of History, Aligarh Muslim University, Get this from a library. Parties and politics at the Mughal Court, [Satish Chandra].

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chandra, Satish, Parties and politics at the Mughal Court, New Delhi: People's Pub. House, Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court, by Satish Chandra. Description. About the Author. Satish Chandra is Secretary-General of the Society for Indian Ocean Studies and the Secretary of the twelve volumes comprising History of India Scheme prepared by the Indian History Congress.

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Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court, by Satish Chandra,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5). Parties and politics at the Mughal Court, Oxford University Press. ↑ Koch, Ebba (). King of the world: the Padshahnama. About the Book: This study of the political career of Mun'im Khan () is a part of the larger enquiry into the structure and role of Mughal nobility which has been in progress at Aligarh for some time past.

On this subject, there have already appeared from Aligarh two monographs, namely, The Parties and Politics at Mughal Court by Satish Chandra and The Mughal Nobility Under Aurangzib. I provide below a small selection as illustrative examples: Habib, Irfan, The Agrarian System of Mughal India (Bombay, ); idem, An Atlas of the Mughal Empire (Delhi, ); Chandra, Satish, Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court, – (Aligarh, ); Khan, I.

A., Mirza Kamran (Bombay, ); Ali, M. Athar, The Mughal Nobility. The university published his book Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court: He presided over the Indian History Congress session in Prof.

Satish Chandra was associated with various. His publication, Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court, broke new ground in Mughal studies. On behalf of the Indian History Congress, of which he has been General President () and Secretary (), he was responsible for the preparation and publication of several volumes of A Comprehensive History of India.

In a challenge to previous scholarship, the book suggests that far from undermining the foundations of empire, the court intrigues and political backbiting that were features of Mughal political life - and that frequently resulted in rebellions and wars of succession - actually helped spread, deepen and mobilise Mughal power through an empire.

(a) Politics in the Mughal court: There were four groups of nobles in the Mughal court Iranis, Turanis, Afghans and Hindustanis. The Iranis hailed from Persia, the Turanis hailed from Transoxiana, and Afghans came from the mountainous border regions across the Indus. The Mughal court was a house sharply divided from within.

I, Chapter 4; Chandra, Satish, Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court, –, 4th edn (New Delhi, New York: Oxford University Press, ), Chapter V. 37 Atkinson, Edward, Descriptive and Historical Account of the Aligarh District (Allahabad: North-Western Provinces Government Press, ), pp.

– There have been numerous attempts to explain the fall of the Mughal Empire; and I truly feel great hesitation in adding myself to the long list of its exponents.

To historians like Irvine and Sarkar, the decline could be explained in terms of a personal deterioration in the quality of the kings and their nobles. The Mughal emperors displayed immense wealth and the ceremonies, music, poetry, and exquisitely executed paintings and objects of the imperial court created a distinctive aristocratic high culture.

In this volume, Professor John Richards traces the history of this magnificent empire from its creation in to its breakup in Reviews: 8.Dilras Banu Begum (Persian: دلرس‌ بانو بیگم ‎) (c. – 8 October ) was the first wife and chief consort of Emperor Aurangzeb, the last of the Mughal emperors.

She is also known by her posthumous title, Rabia-ud-Daurani ("Rabia of the Age"). The Bibi Ka Maqbara in Aurangabad, which bears a striking resemblance to the Taj Mahal (the mausoleum of Aurangzeb's mother Mumtaz.Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court, Oxford University Press.

ISBN Essays on Medieval Indian History. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN State, Pluralism, and the Indian Historical Tradition. .