HISTORY OF AURANGZEB JADUNATH SARKAR PDF
Page 1. if V II»B SlSa lal I JpIiUiuI. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. HISTORY OF AURANGZIB. Vol The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Hinduism (2 Vol Set). A Short History of Aurangzib by Jadunath Sarkar – Ebook download as PDF File . pdf) Maasir-i-Alamgiri a History of Emperor Aurangzeb by Jadunath Sarkar. Sir Jadunath Sarkar is a star historian of modern India on medieval Aurangzeb simply as a historical figure, and not as Hindus or Muslim- he does not involve.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. A much misunderstood man, this book serves to set the record straight and make it more balanced than it has been. Abhishek Singh rated it it was amazing Nov 14, Varun Velhankar rated it really liked it Dec 27, The book traces histlry career from his youth, to his death, and also analyses the effect of his reign on the fate of the Mughal Dynasty.
Oct 28, Kf Kasagar rated it really liked it. There is very little rhetoric in the book, and this makes it a very good read. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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What clearly emerges in the end, is the tragic legacy of a man with prodigious talents, on the field and off. Digambar rated it it was amazing Jadunayh 02, In a foreword to that book Narhar Kurundakar laments the fact that no historian of Sarkar’s stature was writing on Shivaji though Sarkar himself wrote a well-regarded book on Shivaji.
As the seventeenth century wore on, the older nobility nourished on the sakrar traditions of Akbar and Shah Jahan, gifted with greater independence of spirit, and trained with greater resources and responsibility – gradually died out, and their places in camp and court were taken by smaller men, supplied with poorer resources by the suspicious Aurangzib, afraid to exercise responsibility and initiative, and seeking to advance themselves by sycophancy.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. While Aurangzeb is not a saint, and was a ‘pucca’ Mussalman, he was not asrkar bigoted as people make him out hidtory be. Mahmudur Rahman rated it really liked it May 10, I have just started reading the book and will try to update this review with a more detailed one. This book is a classic example.
Tapas Roy rated it really liked it Dec 28, From what I have read of the first volume, this has started to seem to me an overly simplistic picture. Although it is an abridged version of the author’s magnum opus in several volumesintended more for the preliminary-level reader and the general populace, it is informative, re Despite the single-minded pursuit of pseudo-secular historiography since the Nehruvian era, Sir Jadunath Sarkar hidtory one of the very few nationalist historians whose works could not be vilified by the vested interests for the simple reason of them being the epitome of scholarly works.
Abhijeet Mahadane rated it liked it Nov 01, Here are my reasons for starting to read this book: Moksh Naidu rated it it was amazing Aug 06, Ajay Thakur rated it it was amazing Ajdunath 24, Mohd Rafi rated it really liked it Oct 25, Sarkar was one of the earliest Indian scholars to and a giant who is seen by today’s Indian historian as almost an institution to be refuted at least partly base his work on primary sources.
After this book i couldnt stop buying Shivaji and his times. Dara Shikoh is seen almost as a lamb to Aurangzeb’s wolf.
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Lists with This Book. We have, in our schools, been treated to rather biased views of Aurangzeb, and these have been defined by Hindu sentimentality, which has often been misplaces.
How policies of conflict and religious intolerance can lead to downfall has been effectively brought out in this book. As the seventeenth century wore on, the older nobility nourished on the manly traditions of Akbar and Shah Jahan, gifted with greater independence of spirit, and trained with greater resources and responsibility – gradually died out, and their places in camp and “The retrogression of medieval Indian civilisation under Aurangzib is noticeable not only in the fine arts – the decay of hustory was only the outward manifestation of it – but still more in the low intellectual type of the new generation.
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Nov 14, Rajiv Chopra rated it it was amazing Shelves: Will post a more comprehensive review once I read more of this book. Rohit rated it really liked it Sep 14, Lasic Soyare rated it it was amazing Jul 24, Dara the scholar murdered by the power-hungry Aurangzeb.
A very interesting account of a famed cruel Moghul who practised religious discrimination and ruled very long. No trivia or quizzes yet. May 10, Rohan marked it as to-read.
Although it is an abridged version of the author’s magnum opus in several volumesintended more for the preliminary-level reader and the general populace, it is informative, remorseless, factual and yet fast-paced. Want to Read saving…. Bushra rated it it was amazing Jul 31, I am glad that I found this book. Jul 16, Riju Ganguly rated it really liked it.