I M E L I N E
helpful timeline, with
maps, by the *Metropolitan
A P S
== Links to
some maps from
the Mughal period: *Columbia
M A G E S
== "A walk
beside the Yamuna,"
about Mughal monuments, including the Taj Mahal: *Univ.
links, compiled here
at Columbia, to art and architecture from *Akbar's
time*; from the prime of the *Mughal
empire*; and from the time of *Mughal
decline*; NOTE: these files may contain many
dead links; they will be fixed in due course.
sumptuous Mughal coins:
E X T S
== John F.
Modern India and World History": *Columbia Univ.*
== A Turkish
traveler at Humayun's
court: Sidi Ali Reis, Mirat ul-Memalak: *Columbia
from the Humayun-nama
by Gulbadan Begam: *Columbia
on the Mughal Empire: *the
a special issue
ofSocial Scientist (1992): *DSAL*
== M. Athar
Ali, "The Evolution
of the Perception of India: Akbar and Abu'l Fazl." Social
Synthesis of European and Mughal Art, in the Emperor
of Nizami," beautifully illustrated: *Asianart.com*
Vinay Lal, "Aurangzeb,
Akbar, and the Communalization of History": *Manas*
"Aurangzeb's Fatwa on Jizya,"
a translation of the edict: *Manas*
"Jurisprudence of the Moguls:
The Pandects of Aurungzebe" (1850): *Cornell
== Cole, J.
R. I., Roots
of North Indian Shi'ism in Iran and Iraq: Religion
and State in Awadh,
1722-1859 (1988): *Univ.
of California Press*
Henry George, Fall
of the Moghul Empire of Hindustan (London:
Oxford University Press,
== Links to
many other resources
on Islam in South Asia: *Columbia