The Punjab Under the Mughals
Lahore, Ripon Printing Press. 1948. Hardcover. Book, First printing. xvi, 325pp, Foreword by Sayed Abdul Qadir, Preface, Abbreviations, The Land and the People, Akbar's Accession and Early Difficulties, Bairam Khan's Rebellion, Husain Quli Khan and Shah Quli Khan, Said Khan 1578-1585, Lahore as the Imperial Headquarters, 1585-1598, Jahangir's Accession, A Note on the Law of Succession, Khusrau's Rebellion, Conquest of Kangra, Mahabat Khan and Nur Jahan, The Punjab under Shah Jahan, The Punjab and the War of Succession, Development of Sikhism, Aurangzeb and the Sikh Gurus, Guru Govind Singh, The Feudatory States of the Punjab, Economic and Culturual Life, Appendix, Bibliography, Index. 8vo/21.5cm. Printed paper covered boards, shelf wear only, half title slightly browned on recto, verso of last page of index (which is printed upside down) also browned, protected dj is slightly edgeworn with few short closed edge tears, otherwise clean, tight and very good. An undated [ca 1958] Christmas card signed by the author to, "Mr. Hurley" is laid in. Tatla & Talbot 132 "provid[es] many valuable details of the Mughal administration..". Very Good.
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Keywords: Mughal India the Punjab Panjab History Sayed Abdul Qadir Sikhs Guru Govind Singh Akbar Jahangir Aurangzeb Shah Jahan