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Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. First edition. Hardcover. New. About the Book Mirza Kamran (blinded and deported to Mecca in 1553) and Mun‘im Khan (d. 1575), whose political biographies this volume carries, are known for their prominent roles in the early Mughal state, over the time it was struggling to consolidate itself over North India. This was the crucial period which saw a process of gradual change in the structure and cultural ethos of the ruling establishment that Babur had brought with him. It came to be popularly known in India as Sultanat-i Mughlia (the Mughal Empire). One of its distinguishing features was the plurality of persuasions from which it drew its military personnel: Turkish-speaking Sunni Turanis, Irani or Khurasani Shias, Indian Muslims (the so-called Shaikhzadas), and Hindu Rajputs. The political lives of Mirza Kamran and Mun‘im Khan provide vital insights into the changing formation and character of early Mughal rule. Most modern… Read More
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The Mughal Nobility: Two Political Biographies

by Iqtidar Alam Khan

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Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. First edition. Hardcover. New. About the Book Mirza Kamran (blinded and deported to Mecca in 1553) and Mun‘im Khan (d. 1575), whose political biographies this volume carries, are known for their prominent roles in the early Mughal state, over the time it was struggling to consolidate itself over North India. This was the crucial period which saw a process of gradual change in the structure and cultural ethos of the ruling establishment that Babur had brought with him. It came to be popularly known in India as Sultanat-i Mughlia (the Mughal Empire). One of its distinguishing features was the plurality of persuasions from which it drew its military personnel: Turkish-speaking Sunni Turanis, Irani or Khurasani Shias, Indian Muslims (the so-called Shaikhzadas), and Hindu Rajputs. The political lives of Mirza Kamran and Mun‘im Khan provide vital insights into the changing formation and character of early Mughal rule. Most modern… Read More
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The Mughal Nobility: Two Political Biographies

by Iqtidar Alam Khan

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ISBN 13
9788178244891
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Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. First edition. Hardcover. New. About the Book Mirza Kamran (blinded and deported to Mecca in 1553) and Munim Khan (d. 1575), whose political biographies this volume carries, are known for their prominent roles in the early Mughal state, over the time it was struggling to consolidate itself over North India. This was the crucial period which saw a process of gradual change in the structure and cultural ethos of the ruling establishment that Babur had brought with him. It came to be popularly known in India as Sultanat-i Mughlia (the Mughal Empire). One of its distinguishing features was the plurality of persuasions from which it drew its military personnel: Turkish-speaking Sunni Turanis, Irani or Khurasani Shias, Indian Muslims (the so-called Shaikhzadas), and Hindu Rajputs. The political lives of Mirza Kamran and Munim Khan provide vital insights into the changing formation and character of early Mughal rule. Most modern histories of this period, says… Read More
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The Mughal Nobility: Two Political Biographies

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Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. First edition. Hardcover. New. About the Book Mirza Kamran (blinded and deported to Mecca in 1553) and Mun‰Û÷im Khan (d. 1575), whose political biographies this volume carries, are known for their prominent roles in the early Mughal state, over the time it was struggling to consolidate itself over North India. This was the crucial period which saw a process of gradual change in the structure and cultural ethos of the ruling establishment that Babur had brought with him. It came to be popularly known in India as Sultanat-i Mughlia (the Mughal Empire). One of its distinguishing features was the plurality of persuasions from which it drew its military personnel: Turkish-speaking Sunni Turanis, Irani or Khurasani Shias, Indian Muslims (the so-called Shaikhzadas), and Hindu Rajputs. The political lives of Mirza Kamran and Mun‰Û÷im Khan provide vital insights into the changing formation and character of early Mughal rule. Most modern… Read More
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The Mughal Nobility: Two Political Biographies

by Iqtidar Alam Khan

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ISBN 13
9788178244891
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Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. First edition. Hardcover. New. About the Book Mirza Kamran (blinded and deported to Mecca in 1553) and Mun‘im Khan (d. 1575), whose political biographies this volume carries, are known for their prominent roles in the early Mughal state, over the time it was struggling to consolidate itself over North India. This was the crucial period which saw a process of gradual change in the structure and cultural ethos of the ruling establishment that Babur had brought with him. It came to be popularly known in India as Sultanat-i Mughlia (the Mughal Empire). One of its distinguishing features was the plurality of persuasions from which it drew its military personnel: Turkish-speaking Sunni Turanis, Irani or Khurasani Shias, Indian Muslims (the so-called Shaikhzadas), and Hindu Rajputs. The political lives of Mirza Kamran and Mun‘im Khan provide vital insights into the changing formation and character of early Mughal rule. Most modern… Read More
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The Mughal Nobility: Two Political Biographies

by Iqtidar Alam Khan

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ISBN 13
9788178244891
ISBN 10
8178244896
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Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. First edition. Hardcover. New. About the Book Mirza Kamran (blinded and deported to Mecca in 1553) and Mun‰Û÷im Khan (d. 1575), whose political biographies this volume carries, are known for their prominent roles in the early Mughal state, over the time it was struggling to consolidate itself over North India. This was the crucial period which saw a process of gradual change in the structure and cultural ethos of the ruling establishment that Babur had brought with him. It came to be popularly known in India as Sultanat-i Mughlia (the Mughal Empire). One of its distinguishing features was the plurality of persuasions from which it drew its military personnel: Turkish-speaking Sunni Turanis, Irani or Khurasani Shias, Indian Muslims (the so-called Shaikhzadas), and Hindu Rajputs. The political lives of Mirza Kamran and Mun‰Û÷im Khan provide vital insights into the changing formation and character of early Mughal rule. Most modern… Read More
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$33.34
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The Mughal Nobility: Two Political Biographies

by Iqtidar Alam Khan

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First edition
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ISBN 13
9788178244891
ISBN 10
8178244896
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Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. First edition. Hardcover. New. About the Book Mirza Kamran (blinded and deported to Mecca in 1553) and Mun‘im Khan (d. 1575), whose political biographies this volume carries, are known for their prominent roles in the early Mughal state, over the time it was struggling to consolidate itself over North India. This was the crucial period which saw a process of gradual change in the structure and cultural ethos of the ruling establishment that Babur had brought with him. It came to be popularly known in India as Sultanat-i Mughlia (the Mughal Empire). One of its distinguishing features was the plurality of persuasions from which it drew its military personnel: Turkish-speaking Sunni Turanis, Irani or Khurasani Shias, Indian Muslims (the so-called Shaikhzadas), and Hindu Rajputs. The political lives of Mirza Kamran and Mun‘im Khan provide vital insights into the changing formation and character of early Mughal rule. Most modern histories of this period, says… Read More
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The Mughal Nobility: Two Political Biographies

by Iqtidar Alam Khan

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ISBN 13
9788178244891
ISBN 10
8178244896
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Orient BlackSwan Private Ltd, 2016. First edition. Hardcover. New. About the Book Mirza Kamran (blinded and deported to Mecca in 1553) and Mun‰Û÷im Khan (d. 1575), whose political biographies this volume carries, are known for their prominent roles in the early Mughal state, over the time it was struggling to consolidate itself over North India. This was the crucial period which saw a process of gradual change in the structure and cultural ethos of the ruling establishment that Babur had brought with him. It came to be popularly known in India as Sultanat-i Mughlia (the Mughal Empire). One of its distinguishing features was the plurality of persuasions from which it drew its military personnel: Turkish-speaking Sunni Turanis, Irani or Khurasani Shias, Indian Muslims (the so-called Shaikhzadas), and Hindu Rajputs. The political lives of Mirza Kamran and Mun‰Û÷im Khan provide vital insights into the changing formation and character of early Mughal rule. Most modern… Read More
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