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THE TABAQAT-I-AKBARI OF KHAWAJAH NIZAMUDDIN AHMAD: (A HISTORY OF INDIA FROM THE EARLY MUSALMAN INVASIONS TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF AKBAR) (Three Volumes)






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THE TABAQAT-I-AKBARI OF KHAWAJAH NIZAMUDDIN AHMAD: (A HISTORY OF INDIA FROM THE EARLY MUSALMAN INVASIONS TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF AKBAR) (Three Volumes)

THE TABAQAT-I-AKBARI OF KHAWAJAH NIZAMUDDIN AHMAD: (A HISTORY OF INDIA FROM THE EARLY MUSALMAN INVASIONS TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF AKBAR) (Three Volumes)


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Código del Artículo: IDG236

por B. DE, M.A., I.C.S.

Paperback (Edición: 1973)

THE ASIATIC SOCIETY

Tamaño: 8.5"X5.5"
Páginas: 2220

Precio: Euro 68.61

Descripción
Preface:

EMPEROR Akbar's love for history drew around him a number of reputed Persian scholars who produced valuable historical treatise. The Tabaqat-i-Akbari is one such authoritative account from the pen of Khwaja Nizamuddin Ahmad, who was not a professional historian but an experienced administrator with a keen historical outlook. It gives us a comprehensive history of India from the time of the Ghaznavides down to A.D. 1593-94. In consideration of its importance as a source book for the reconstruction of the history of medieval India, the Asiatic Society published the text in three volumes in its Biblio-theca Indica Series, edited by Sri. B. De between the years 1911 and 1941. Sri De also undertook English Translation of the text which again came out in three volumes during the same period. It will appear from the Translator's note that after publication of fascicle I of Volume I in 1911, the work was suspended till 1927 when the rest of it was taken up. The Volume I of the translation went out of print while the two other volumes are still in stock. In order to meet the sustained demand of the volume from scholars working in the field the Council of the Society decided upon bringing out a reprint of the particular volume only. It is a matter of gratification for me to be able to release the work for which our thanks are due to Sri Biram Mukhopadhyaya who assiduously corrected the proofs and saw the volume through the press. We deeply appreciate the cooperation rendered by the Iran Society, Calcutta, in permitting us to consult their copy of the book, as our own library copies even have been damaged by continued use by the scholars.

Though a new edition has been brought out we do not claim that we could revise it thoroughly, as much as we liked for obvious reasons. Discrepancies about spelling of proper names, and also in transliteration, which were there in the original edition could not all be remedied, but they are of minor nature and will not for that minimise the value of the book.

The Asiatic Society
15 August 1973

S. K. MITRA
General Secretary

CONTENTS
Volume I


Page
Translator's Notevii
Author's Introductionxi
The Introductory Section: Containing an account of the Kings
of Ghaznin
1

1. Amir-Nasiruddin Sabuktigin2

2. Sultan Mahmud Sabuktigin4

3. Jalal-ud-Dowlah Jamal-ul-Millat Muhammad, the
Son of Mahmud
17

4. Abu-Sa'id Mas'ud Bin Yemin-ud-Dowlah Sultan
Mahmud
19

5. Shihab-ud-Din wa Doulat, wa Kutb-ul-Millat Abul
Fateh Maudud Bin Mas'ud
27

6. 'Ali Bin Mas'ud31

7. 'Abdur Rashid Bin Mas'ud31

8. Farrukhzad Bin Mas'ud32

9. Ibrahim Bin Mas'ud Sultan Mahmud32

10. Mas'ud Bin Ibrahim33

11. Arslan Shah Bin Mas'ud Bin Ibrahim33

12. Bahram Shah Bin Mas'ud Bin Ibrahim34

13. Khusro Shah Bin Bahram Shah Bin Mas'ud Bin
Ibrahim
35

14. Khusro Malik Bin Khusro Shah35
SECTION I-The Sultans of Delhi36

15. Sultan Mu'izzuddin Muhammad Sam Ghuri36

16. Sultan Kutbuddin Aibak42

17. Sultan Tajuddin Yelduz45

18. Sultan Nasiruddin Kabajah47

19. Sultan Bahauddin Tughral48

20. Description of the rule of Ikhyiyaruddin Muhammad
Bakhtiyar Khilji
49

21. 'Izzuddin Muhammad Sherwan55

22. 'Ali Mardan Khalji56

23. Malik Hisamuddin 'Iwaz Khalji58

24. Sultan Aram Shah Bin Sultan Kutbuddin60

25. Sultan Shamsuddin Altamsh62

26. Sultan Ruknuddin Firoz Shah, son of Sultan
Shamsuddin
72

27. Sultan Raziya74

28. Sultan Mu'izzuddin Bahram Shah, son of Sultan
Shamsuddin
78

29. Sultan 'Alauddin Mas'ud Shah81

30. Sultan Nasiruddin Mahmud84

31. Sultan Ghiasuddin Balban93

32. Sultan Mu'izzuddin Kaikubad119

33. Sultan Jalaluddin Khalji132

34. Sultan 'Alauddin Khalji153

35. Sultan Shihabuddin, younger son of Sultan 'Alauddin Khalji190

36. Sultan Kutbuddin Mubarak Shah, son of Sultan 'Alauddin Khalji192

37. Sultan Ghiasuddin Tughlak Shah208

38. Sultan Muhammad Tughlak Shah215

39. Sultan Firoz Shah239

40. Sultan Tughlaq Shah261

41. Sultan Abu Bakr Shah262

42. Sultan Muhammad Shah, son of Sultan Firoz Shah267

43. Sultan 'Alauddin Sikandar Shah271

44. Sultan Mahmud Shah (youngest son of Muhammad Shah)272

45. Rayat 'Ali Khizr Khan, son of Malik Suleman292

46. Sultan Mubarak Shah, son of Rayat-'Ali Khizr Khan299

47. Muhammad Shah, son of Mubarak Shah, son of Khizr Khan322

48. Sultan 'Alauddin, son of Muhammad Shah, son of Mubarak Shah, son of Khizr Khan330

49. Sultan Bahlol Lodi355

50. Sultan Sikandar, son of Sultan Sikandar, son of Sultan Bahlol Lodi392
Index409

CONTENTS
Volume II


PAGE
Zahir-ud-Din Babar1
Humayun, Badshah41
The history of Shir Khan140
Salim Khan176
Sultan Muhammad 'Adali196
Jalal-ud-Din Muhammad Akbar Badshah Ghazi207
The first year of the Ilahi Era209
The Second year of the Ilahi Era221
The Third year of the Ilahi Era225
Capture of the Fort of Gwaliar233
The fourth year of the Ilahi Era233
The arrival of Shaikh Muhammad Ghaus from Gujrat to Agra234
The fifth year of the Ilahi Era236
The sixth year of the Ilahi Era250
The conquest of Malwa251
The seventh year of the Ilahi Era259
The eighth year of the Ilahi Era263
An account of the Kahkar Tribe and of the conquest of their country265
The ninth year of the Ilahi Era276
The capture of the fort of Chunar280
The conquest of the country of Garha, and the death of Rani Durgavati280
The march of the Royal Army towards Narwar282
The accounts of Khwaja Mu'assam287
Mirza Sulaiman's third visit to Kabul289
The tenth year of the Ilahi Era292
The foundation of the fort of Agra293
The hostility of 'Ali Quli Khan and others294
The flight of Asaf Khan to Gadha300
The mission of Qulij Khan to Rohtas302
The rebellion of 'Ali Quli Khan and others303
The march of His Majesty against Khan Zaman310
The eleventh year of the Ilahi Era315
The departure of Mahdi Qasim Khan and the flight of Asaf Khan316
Mirza Sulaiman's attack on Kabul318
The victorious march of His Majesty towards Lahore323
The twelfth year of the Ilahi Era328
The conquest of the fort of Chitor341
The thirteenth year of the Ilahi Era349
The fourteenth year of the Ilahi Era353
The foundation of the town of Fathpur356
The conquest of the fort of Kalinjar356
The birth of Shahzada Salim Mirza357
The fifteenth year of the Ilahi Era359
The birth of Shahzada Shah Murad360
The departure of His Majesty to Ajmir361
The sixteenth year of the Ilahi Era366
The seventeenth year of the Ilahi Era 369
The invasion of Gujrat369
The amirs sont to besiege the fort of Surat376
The march of His Majesty to Surat381
The incidents of the siege of Surat389
The eighteenth year of the Ilahi Era 392
The expedition of Husain Quli Khan to Nagarkot398
Incidents after arrival at Gujrat404
The events which happened after the arrival at Fathpur423
The nineteenth year of the Ilahi Era428
The march of the victorious army for the conquest of Patna and Hajipur429
The twentieth year of the Ilahi Era458
The war between Khan Khanan and Daud Khan Afghan459
The peace made with Khan Khanan466
The building of the 'Ibadat Khana (House of Worship)473
The visit of Mirza Sulaiman to his Majesty473
The twenty-first year of the Ilahi Era480
The departure of Mirza Sulaiman to Meeea480
The twenty-second year of the Ilahi Era483
The events which happened at Ajmir483
The fight of Kunar Man Singh with Rana Kika487
The war of Khan Jahan against Daud489
The appointment of Khwaja Shah Mansir as Diwan494
The twenty-third year of the Ilahi Era497
The arrival of amirs at Asir and Burhanpur503
The annual pilgrimage of His Majesty to Ajmir504
The appearance of a star Zu Zuaba506
The twenty-fourth year of the Ilahi Era510
The sending of some Amirs to the country of Rana Kika516
The twenty-fifth year of the Ilahi Era517
The twenty-six year of the Ilahi Era526
The unfortunate occurrences in Bengal527
The twenty-seventh year of the Ilahi Era 544
The twenty-eighth year of the Ilahi Era 554
The twenty-ninth year of the Ilahi Era 558
The coming of Burhan-ul-Mul Dakini563
The war between Mirza Khan and Muzaffar Gujrati570
The certain incidents connected with Khalifa-i-Ilahi577
The departure of Khan-i-A'zam for the conquest of Deccan584
The incidents which happened on the route from Ilahabas595
The thirtieth year of the Ilahi Era 596
The marriage festivities of Shahzada Sultan Salim599
The thirty-first year of the Ilahi Era600
The account of the Tarikis608
The thirty-second year of the Ilahi Era 612
The visit of Mirza Shahrukh to Kashmir and peace made with the ruler612
The thirty-third year of the Ilahi Era 620
The departure of Sadiq Khan to attack Sehwan and his treaty with the ruler of Thatha621
The thirty-fourth year of the Ilahi Era 623
The thirty-fifth year of the Ilahi Era 629
The victorious campaign of A'xam Khan against the Jain and sons of Amir Khan630
The thirty-sixth year of the Ilahi Era 632
The thirty-seventh year of the Ilahi Era 637
The thirty-eighth year of the Ilahi Era 646
The accounts of the Amirs of high rank653
The accounts of the Shaikhs of Hindustan700
The accounts of the Hakims (Physicians)710
The accounts of the poets714

CONTENTS
Volume III

(PART I.)



PAGE
SECTIONS I. THE SULTANS OF THE DAKIN, TWENTY-NINE PERSONS1

1. An account of the region of 'Ala-ud-din Hasan Shah7

2. An Account of the reign of Sultan Muhammad Shah, son of
'Ala-ud-din Hasan Shah
11

3. An account of the reign of Mujahid Shah19

4. A narrative of the reign of Daud Shah, son of the uncle of Mujahid Shah21

5. An account of the reign of Sultan Muhammad Shah, sons of
Mahmud, son of Bahman Shah
22

6. An account of the reign of Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din24

7. An account of the reign of Sultan Shams-ud-din, brother of Sultan
Ghiyas-ud-din
25

8. An account of the reign of Sultan Firuz Shah27

9. A narrative of the reign of Sultan Ahmad Shah Bahmani42

10. An account of the reign of Sultan 'Ala-ud-din, son of Ahmad Shah56

11. An account of the reign of Sultan Humayun Shah, son of Sultan 'Ala-ud-din76

12. An account of the reign of Nizam Shah, son of Humayun Shah86

13. An account of the reign of Muhammad Shah, son of Humayun Shah93

14. An account of the reign of Shihab-ud-din Mahmud Shah, son of
Muhammad Shah Lashkari
109

15. An account of the reign of Ahmad Shah, son of Mahmud Shah132

16. An account of the reign of Sultan 'Ala-ud-din, son of Mahmud Shah133

17. An account of the reign of Sultan Wali-ul-lah, son of Mahmud Shah134

18. An account of the reign of Kalim-ul-lah, son of Mahmud Shah134
SECTION II. THE NIZAM-UL-MULKI LINE OR DYNASTY136

1. An account of Nizam-ul-mulk Bahri136

2. An account of Ahmad, son of Nizam-ul-mulk Bahri137

3. An account of Burhan Nizam-ul-mulk, son of Ahmad137

4. An account of Husain Nizam-ul-mulk, son of Burhan140

5. An account of Murtada Nizam-ul-mulk145

6. An account of Hussain Nizam-ul-mulk, son of Murtada Nizam-ul-mulk,
who was called Miran Husain
151

7. An account of Isma'il Nizam-ul-mulk, son of Burhan155

8. An account of the rule of Burhan Nizam-ul-mulk, son of Husain,
son of Burhan, who is the brother of Murtada
157
SECTION III. THE DYNASTY OF 'ADIL KHAN159

1. An account of the rule of Yusuf 'Adil Khan159

2. An account of Isma'il 'Adil Khan son of Yusuf160

3. An account of Ibrahim 'Adil Khan son of Isma'il Khan161

4. An account of 'Ali 'Adil Khan, son of Ibrahim162

5. An account of Ibrahim 'Adil Khan (son of Tahmasp), who was a
nephew of 'Ali 'Adil Khan
165
SECTION IV. THE QUTB-UL-MULKIYA LINE OR DYNASTY167

1. An account of Sultan Quli Qutb-ul-mulk Hamadani167

2. An account of Jamshid Qutb-ul-mulk, son of Sultan Quli168

3. An account of Ibrahim Qutb-ul-mulk, son of Sultan Quli169

4. An account of Muhammad Quli Qutb-ul-mulk, son of Ibrahim171
SECTION V. ABOUT THE SULTANS OF GUJRAT172

1. (An account of) A'zam Humayun Zafar Khan173

2. An account of the accession of Tatar Khan, son of A'zam Humayun Zafar Khan182

3. An account of the reign of Zafar Khan who had the title of Muzaffar Shah184

4. An account of Sultan Ahmad Shah, son of Sultan Muhammad,
son of Sultan Muzaffar
189

5. An account of Ghiyas-ud-duniya-wad-din Muhammad Shah, son of Ahmad Shah223

6. An account of the reign of Sultan Qutb-ud-din Ahmad Shah,
son of Muhammad Shah, son of Ahmad Shah, son of
Muhammad Shah, son of Muzaffar Shah
226

7. An account of Sultan Daud Shah, son of Ahmad Shah, son of
Muhammad Shah, son of Muzaffar Shah
235

8. Account of Sultan Mahmud Shah, son of Muhammad Shah237

9. An account of Sultan Muzaffar Shah, son of Mahmud Shah292

10. An account of Sultan Sikandar, son of Sultan Muzaffar Shah323

11. An account of Nasir Khan entitled Sultan Mahmud, son of Sultan Muzaffar328

12. An account of the accession of Sultan Bahadur Shah333

13. A narrative of Miran Muhammad Shah, ruler of Asir and Burhanpur381

14. An account of Sultan Mahmud Shah, son of Latif Khan, son of Muzaffar Shah383

15. An account of Sultan Ahmad383

16. An account of Sultan Muzaffar, son of Sultan Mahmud, son of Latif Khan397
SECTION VI. THE SECTION ABOUT THE SULTANS OF BANGALA414

1. An account of Sultan Fakhr-ud-din419

2. An account of the reign of Sultan 'Ala-ud-din420

3. An account of Haji Iliyas, who had the title of Sultan Shams-ud-din Bhangara421

4. An account of The rule of Sultan Sikandar Shah, son of Sultan Shams-ud-din424

5. An account of Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din427

6. An account of Sultan-us-salatin429

7. An account of Sultan Shams-ud-din429

8. An account of Raja Kans430

9. An account of Sultan Jalal-ud-din, son of Kans432

10. An account of Sultan Ahmad, son of Sultan Jalal-ud-din433

11. An account of Nasir the slave434

12. An account of Nasir Shah425

13. An account of Barbak Shah435

14. An account of Yusuf Shah436

15. An account of Sikandar Shah436

16. An account of Fath Shah437

17. An account of Barbak Shah438

18. An account of Firuz Shah439

19. An account of Mahmud Shah440

20. An account of Muzaffar Shah Habshi441

21. An account of Sultan 'Ala-ud-din442

22. An account of Nasib Shah444
SECTION VII. THE SECTION ABOUT THE SHARQI SULTANS446

1. An account of Sultan-ush-sharq447

2. An account of Mubarak Shah Sharqi448

3. An account of Sultan Ibrahim Sharqi449

4. An account of Sultan Mahmud, son of Ibrahim Sharqi453

5. An account of Sultan Mahmud Shah, son of Mahmud Shah459

6. An account of Sultan Hussain, son of Mahmud Shah459
(PART II.)

SECTION VIII. THE SECTION ABOUT THE SULTANS OF MALWA465

1. An account of Dilawar Khan Ghuri467

2. An account of Sultan Hushang, son of Dilawar Khan468

3. An account of Muhammad Shah, son of Hushang Shah Ghuri491

4. An account of Sultan Mahmud Khalji497

5. An account of Sultan Ghiyath-ud-din, son of Sultan Mahmud Khalji543

6. An account of Sultan Nasir-ud-din553

7. An account of Sultan Mahmud Shah, son of Nasir Shah574

8. An account of the rule of Sultan Bahadur615

9. An account of the rule of the deputies of His Majesty Jinnat
Ashiani, Muhammad Humayun Badshah
616

10. An account of Mallu Khan, Qadir Shah617

11. An account of Shuja' Khan621

12. An account of Baz Bahadur, son of Shuja' Khan628
SECTION IX. THE SECTION ABOUT THE SULTANS OF KASHMIR632

1. An account of Sultan Shams-ud-din636

2. An account of Sultan Jamshid, son of Sultan Shams-ud-din637

3. An account of Sultan 'Ala-ud-din639

4. An account of Sultan Shihab-ud-din, son of Sultan Shams-ud-din640

5. An account of Sultan Qutb-ud-din, sons of Shams-ud-din642

6. An account of Sultan Sikandar, the Iconoclast, the son of
Qutb-ud-din, the son of Shams-ud-din, who had the name of Sikar
644

7. An account of Sultan 'Ali Shah, son of Sultan Sikandar Butshikan,
who had the name of Miran Khan
650

8. An account of Sultan Zain-ul-'Abidin, son of Sultan Sikandar
Butshikan, which is another name for Shahi Khan
652

9. An account of Sultan Haidar Shah, son of Sultan Zain-ul-'Abidin,
who had the name of Haji Khan
672

10. An account of Sultan Hasan, son of Haji Khan Haidar Shah675

11. An account of Sultan Muhammad Shah, son of Sultan Hasan Shah682

12. An account of Sultan Fath Shah, which is another name for Fath Khan689

13. An account of Sultan Ibrahim Shah, son of Muhammad Shah696

14. An account of Nazuk Shah, son of Fath Shah698

15. An account of Sultan Shams-ud-din, son of Sultan Muhammad Shah706

16. An account of the rule of Mirza Haidar707

17. An account of Nazuk Shah719

18. An account of Ibrahim Shah, son of Muhammad Shah, who was
the brother of Nazuk Shah
725

19. An account of Isma-il Shah, brother of Ibrahim Shah729

20. An account of Habib Shah, son of Isma-il Shah730

21. An account of the rule of Ghazi Khan737

22. An account of Husain Khan, brother of Ghazi Khan740

23. An account of 'Ali Shah, brother of Husain747

24. An account of Yusuf Khan, son of 'Ali Shah752
SECTION X. THE SECTION ABOUT THE RULERS OF SIND761

1. An account of the Government of Jam Anar773

2. Jam Junan773

3. An account of Jam Malitha, son of Jam Anar774

4. An account of the Government of Jam Tamachi774

5. Jam Salah-ud-din775

6. Jam Nizam-ud-din, son of Salah-ud-din775

7. Jam 'Ali Sher775

8. Jam Karn, son of Jam Tamachi776

9. Jam Fath Khan, son of Sikandar Khan776

10. Jam Tughlaq, son of Sikandar Khan777

11. Jam Mubarak777

12. Jam Iskandar, son of Jam Fath Khan, son of Sikandar Khan777

13. Jam Sanjar778

14. Jam Nizam-ud-din, who is known as Jam Nanda778

15. An account of the Government of Jam Firuz779

16. An account of Shah Beg Arghun781

17. An account of Shah Husain783

18. An account of Mirza 'Isa Tarkhan784

19. An account of Mirza Muhammad Baqi, son of Mirza Isa Tarkhan785

20. An account of Mirza Jani Beg786

21. An account of Sultan Mahmud786
SECTION XI. AS ACCOUNT OF THE DYNASTY OF THE SULTANS OF MULTAN787

1. An account of Shaikh Yusuf788

2. An account of Sultan Qutb-ud-din Lankah790

3. An account of Sultan Husain, son of Sultan Qutb-ud-din791

4. An account of Sultan Firuz798

5. An account of Sultan Mahmud, son of Sultan Firuz800

6. An account of Sultan Husain, son of Sultan Mahmud806
BIBLIOGRAPHY813
(PART III.)

INDEX817

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