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A Pepys of Mogul India (A.D.1653-1708)

By: Niccolao Manucci and Irvine William

Price: $18.50

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Asian Educational Services: 1991

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 034452

ISBN: 8120607007

Condition: New


Printed pages: 322 alongwith 1 plates. View more info

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Storia Do Mogor or Mogul India 1653-1708, 4 Vols.

By: Niccolao Manucci; Translated By William Irvine

Price: $44.95

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.: 1981

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 014775

ISBN: 8170691214

Condition: New


A well-known traveller's account of Mughal India, Manucci the Venetian's work, which has been typically out of print for a long time ever since its appearance in 1907-9, is now offered in full and unexpurgated form. It is a faithful and vivid picture of Mediaeval India from 1656-1680. Like Tavernier and Brucer, two equally famous travellers' works, Hedges' Diary of Mughal Provincial Administration, Gemeli Careri's visit to Aurangzeb's camp in the Deccan in 1695 and Catrou's Histoire Generale de l' Empire du Mogol (1715), founded on the memoirs printed in these pages, this voluminous four-volum... View more info

A Pepys of Mogul India 1653-1708: Being an Abridged Edition of the "Storia Do Mogor" of Niccolao Manucci

By: William Irvine

Price: $3.75

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Low Price Publications/D.K. Publishers Distributors Pvt. Ltd.: 2003

Seller ID: 107381

ISBN: 817536310X

Condition: New


Printed Pages: 324. View more info

The Army of the Indian Moghuls: Its Organization and Administration

By: William Irvine

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Low Price Publications/D.K. Publishers Distributors Pvt. Ltd.:

Seller ID: 117950

ISBN: 8175363401

Condition: New


This is an indepth study of the subject of the army of the Mughal rulers in all its aspects such as recruitments,rewards and distinctions,equipment discipline,strategies etc.The book covers rather an obscure corner of indian History viz, the reigns of Aurangzeb`s (Alamgir) successors (1707-18Q3). The subject-matter, though quite odd and difficult in getting authentic sources etc., has been made very interesting, lucid as well as quite informative, An in-depth study has been made in (i) Commissioned Ranks and mode of recruitment (ii) Pay and Allowances, (iii) Rewards and Distinctions (iv)Differ... View more info

The Later Mughals (2 Vols Bound in One)

By: William Irvine & Jadunath Sarkar (Authors)

Price: $37.50

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Low Price Publications/D.K. Publishers Distributors Pvt. Ltd.: 2011

Seller ID: 107321

ISBN: 8175364068

Condition: New


Later Mughals is an outstanding narrative of the period following the death of Aurangzeb in 1707. It covers the period from the time of Bahadur Shah (1), who ascended the Mughal throne in 1707 and continued to rule till 1738, when Muhammad Shah became the emperor. The tumultous period between the years 1738-39 when Nadir Shah invaded India and occupied Delhi after defeating Muhammad Shah has also been included in order to complete the survey of this important phase of Indian history.The present work is based entirely on the original Persian and other contemporary sources besides the mass o... View more info

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Later Mughals: Revised and Augmented with the History of Nadir Shah's Invasion (2 Vols. Bound in 1)

By: William Irvine; Edited By Jadunath Sarkar

Price: $18.50

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.: 1996

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 022693

ISBN: 8121507464

Condition: New


William Irvine's Later Mughals is an outstanding narrative of the period following the death of Aurangzeb in 1707. It covers the period from the time of Bahadur Shah I, who ascended the Mughal throne in 1707 and continued to rule till 1738, when Muhammad Shah became the emperor. The tumultuous period between the years 1738-39 when Nadir Shah invaded India and occupied Delhi after defeating Muhammad Shah has also been inducted in order to complete the survey of this important phase of Indian history. Planned on a grand scale, the present work is based entirely on the original Persian and other ... View more info