The Mughal Emperors: And the Islamic Dynasties of India, Iran and Central Asia 1206-1925.pdf

The Mughal Emperors: And the Islamic Dynasties of India, Iran and Central Asia 1206-1925

Francis Robinson


In a series of lively biographical portraits, this book forms a reign-by-reign record of the sultans, shahs, emperors and khans who all shared the Muslim persianate high civilization that flourished from Iran and Central Asia through Afghanistan to India from the 13th to the 20th centuries. A masterly survey by an authoritative author, this is an essential guide to understanding the history and culture of key Islamic dynasties in what is now an area of great relevance in todays geopolitics.



Baskı Yılı: 2000


Dili: İngilizce
Yayınevi: Thames & Hudson

Consequently few people have a clear picture of the Mughal relationship with the ancestral Mongol empire of Genghis Khan (who died in 1227) and its major successor dynasties of Iran and Central Asia: the Il Khans, the Timurids, the Safavids, the Qajars and the Delhi Sultans, dynasties which include rulers such as Timur (Tamberlane), Ulugh Beg The Mughal Emperors And the Islamic Dynasties of India, Iran, and Central Asia, 1206-1925 (Book) : Robinson, Francis : This is a reign-by-reign record of the sultans, shahs, emperors and khans who all shared the Muslim persianate high civilization that flourished from Iran and Central Asia through Afghanistan to India from the 13th to the 20th centuries.

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