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Muslim Slave System
in Medieval India


By
K.S. Lal


Contents


Preface

Abbreviations

1. Introduction

2. The Origins of Muslim Slave System

3. Enslavement of Hindus by Arab and Turkish Invaders

4. Slave Sultans of Hindustan

5. Slave-taking during Muslim Rule

6. Enslavement and Proselytization

7. Struggle for Power among Slave Nobles

8. Employment of Slaves

9. Ghilmans and Eunuchs

10. Slave Trade

11. Rules regarding Manumission and Sale of Slaves

12. Sex Slavery

Postscript

Bibliography

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Muslim Slave System in India
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Default The cambridge economic history of india...

Today I am sharing an amazing Indo-Pak economic history book which contains a list of some special Maps including Maps of....

1 Punjab: rivers, (a) 1400, (b) 1970
2 Middle Ganga Basin: forests, (a) 1600, (b) 1950
3 Average annual rainfall
4 Rural population density, 1961
5 Archaeological remains in Uttar Pradesh, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
6 Uttar Pradesh: towns by population, 1881
7 Administrative centres, thirteenth century
8 Minerals, manufactures and other commercial products, seventeenth century
9 Major routes and ports, seventeenth century
10 Asia and the Indian Ocean: major trade routes and ports, seventeenth century


THE CAMBRIDGE
ECONOMIC HISTORY
OF INDIA


edited by
TAPAN RAYCHAUDHURI
Reader in Modern South Asian History, University of Oxford, and
Fellow of St Antony's College


and

IRFAN HABIB
Professor of History, Aligarh Muslim University


CONTENTS

[U]INTRODUCTION[/U]
I The Geographical Background

II South India: Some General Considerations of the Region and its Early History

PARTI : c. 1200-1500

III Northern India under the Sultanate
1 Economic Conditions before 1200
2. Agrarian Economy
3 Non-Agricultural Production and Urban Economy
4 The Currency System

IV Vijayanagara c. 1350—1564

V The Maritime Trade of India

PAR T II : c. 1500-1750

VI Population

VII The State and the Economy
1 The Mughal Empire
2 Maharashtra and the Deccan: a Note
3 The South

VIII The Systems of Agricultural Production
1 Mughal India
2 South India

IX Agrarian Relations and Land Revenue
1 North India
2 The Medieval Deccan and Maharashtra

X Non-Agricultural Production
1 Mughal India
2 Maharashtra and the Deccan
3 South India

XI Inland Trade

XII Monetary System and Prices

XIII Foreign Trade
1 European Trade with India

XIV Towns and Cities

1 Mughal India
2 The Far South

XV Standard of Living
1 Mughal India
2 Maharashtra and the Deccan

Bibliography

for detailed book, click here:Download 0521226929 india1.rar for free on uploading.com
or
Cambridge Economic History of India 1, 1200-1750

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Dear both the links are working fine on my side......anyways you try this one:
The Cambridge Economic History of India: Volume 1, c. 1200-c. 1750 | Free eBooks Download - EBOOKEE!
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ADMINISTRATION OF THE SULTANATE

Contents

16.0 Objectives

16.1 Introduction

16.2 The Caliphate and the Delhi Sultanate

16.3 The Nature of the Delhi Sultanate
  • Central Administration
  • The Sultan
  • The Wizarar
  • Diwan-i arz
  • Oths Departments
  • Slaves and Karkhanns

16.5 Revenue Adfninistration

16.6 Iqta System and Provincial Administration
  • lqra System
  • Provincial and Local Administration

16.7 Let Us Sum Up

16.8 Key Words

16.9 Answers to Check Your Progress Exercises

click here:http://www.egyankosh.ac.in/bitstream.../1/Unit-16.pdf

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Muslim Civilization in India
by
S.M. Ikram

CONTENTS

Part One: The Early Invasions and the Delhi Sultanate, 712-1526
*Chronology, Part One*
*1 -- The Impact of the Arabs*
*2 -- The Heritage of Ghazni and Bukhara*
*3 -- The Establishment of the Delhi Sultanate*
*4 -- Consolidation of Muslim Rule in the North*
*5 -- Expansion in the South: The Khaljis and the Tughluqs*
*6 -- The Disintegration of the Sultanate*
*7 -- The Administrative System of the Sultanate*
*8 -- Society and Culture under the Sultanate*
*9 -- The Interaction of Islam and Hinduism*

Part Two: The Mughal Period, 1526-1858
*Chronology, Part Two*
*10 -- The Establishment of the Mughal Empire*
*11 -- The Age of Akbar*
*12 -- Religion at Akbar's Court*
*13 -- The Orthodox Reaction*
*14 -- The Age of Splendor*
*15 -- Aurangzeb*
*16 -- Mughal Administration*
*17 -- Economic and Social Developments under the Mughals*
*18 -- The Mughals and the Arts*
*19 -- A Century of Political Decline: 1707-1803*
*20 -- The Beginning of a New Era: 1803-1857*
*21 -- Conclusion*

List of Maps:
*India at the End of the Ninth Century*
*India in 1236*
*The Empire of Muhammad bin Tughluq in 1335*
*Regional Kingdoms at the End of the Fifteenth Century*
*The Mughal Empire at the Death of Akbar in 1605*
*The Mughal Empire in 1700*
*India in 1780*

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Dear membs today I am sharing a very informative book about Sultan Mahmood Ghaznavi (in Urdu) and his conquests....I am sure you people will love it....

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MORAL DEVELOPMENT IN MYSTICAL ISLAMIC EDUCATION
IN INDO-PAK SUBCONTINENT: SUFISM


By

Dr. Azhar Mahmood, M. Nasir Khan

ABSTRACT


This is the age of science and technology. Human identities and characteristics are converted into machines of consumption, feeding the desires of our bodies, but always to the detriment of the true desires of our souls. This has led us to a ‘moral and spiritual void’, resulting in a state of human disequilibrium. Islamic Sufism is a complete system of education where the process of teaching and learning is always in moral perspectives. Objectives of the study were to analyze the place of moral development in the objectives and contents of Education in the Sufic System of Education in the Indo-Pak Sub-Continent. The study was helpful to different stake holders like Religious Scholars, Educationists to understand the place and importance of moral development in the objectives and contents of education in the Sufic system of education in the Indo-Pak Sub-Continent. The study was also helpful for educational administrators to revise he objectives of their institutions to promote moral development in students. The study was of great importance for curriculum developers to re-construct their curriculum objectives and contents. The study was aimed to provide a guideline to research scholars to work on new line in educational research and study about moral enhancement in the sufic schools of thoughts. The study was delimited to analyze the moral development in view of one sufi saint, Sultan Bahoo who was a renowned sufi of Qadri order in Pakistan. The research was historical and descriptive in nature. The data was collected from primary and secondary resources. The instrument used by researcher was personal visits, horough study and reading of source material.

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Title Ahmed Shah Abdali

Author Qaisar Ali Agha

Description Ahmed Shah Abdali is a book on his biography.

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This thread is best for Indo pak but given links are not working esp of books .some are working . and 404 error comes when i click to the sight ...


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stanely and first link and a few on the top side .please refresh all these .

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