Bibliography ~~ majaalis ul-nisaa

(NOTE: While works in English are arranged alphabetically according to the last name of the author, as is usual, Urdu works are arranged alphabetically according to the full name of the author. Hence Khwaja Altaf Husain Hali's works appear under K, not under H or even A; Sayyid Ahmad Khan's under S, not under K; and so on. There is a good deal of room for disagreement in this system, but it works as well as any).


=Abdullah, S.M. The Spirit and Substance of Urdu Prose Under the Influence of Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan. Lahore: S.M. Ashraf, 1940.
=Ahmad, Aziz. Islamic Modernism in India and Pakistan, 1857-1964. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1967.
=Ahmad, Nazir. The Bride's Mirror, tr. into English by G.E. Ward. London: Henry Frowde, 1903.
=Ali, Ahmad.  Twilight in Delhi. Bombay: Oxford  University Press, Champak Library edn., 1966.
=Amman, Mir. Bagh o Bahar or Tales of the Four Darveshes, tr. by Duncan Forbes. London: Crosby Lockwood, 1857.
=Andrews, C.F. Zakaullah of Delhi. Reprint. Lahore: Universal Books, 1976.
=Arberry, A.J. Classical Persian Literature. London: Allen and Unwin, 1958.
=Ashraf, Mujeeb. Muslim Attitudes Towards British Rule and Western Culture in India. Delhi: Idarah-i-Adabiyat-i-Delli, 1982.
=Bailey, T. Grahame. A History of Urdu Literature. Calcutta: YMCA, and London: Oxford University Press, 1932.
=Basu, Aparna. "The Indigenous System of Education in the Early Nineteenth Century and its Decline." In Basu, Essays in the History of Indian Education. New Delhi: Concept, 1982. Pp. 28-38.
=DiBona, Joseph, ed. One Teacher, One School: The Adam Reports on Indigenous Education in 19th Century India. New Delhi: Biblia Impex, 1983.
=Fernea, Elizabeth Warnock. Guests of the Sheikh: An Ethnography of an Iraqi Village. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday Anchor Books, 1969.
=Fernea, Robert A. and Fernea, Elizabeth W. "Variation in Religious Observance among Islamic Women." In Nikki R Keddie, ed. Scholars, Saints, and Sufis: Muslim Religious Institutions Since 1500. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972. Pp. 385-401.
=Gaborieau, Marc. "On the Specific Service Roles in the Traditional Muslim Society." In Gopal Krishna, ed. Contributions to South Asian Studies 2. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1982. Pp. 146-163.
=Goodfriend, Douglas E. "Changing Concept of Caste and Status Among Old Delhi Muslims." In Imtiaz Ahmad, ed. Modernization and Social Change Among Muslims in India. Delhi: Manohar, 1983. Pp. 119-152.
=Gupta, Narayani. Delhi Between Two Empires, 1803-1931. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1981.
=Hali, Khwaja Altaf Husain. Musaddas-e Hali, English translation. Karachi: Peermahomed Ebrahim Trust, 1975.
=Hardy, Peter. The Muslims of British India. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1972.
Houghton, Walter E. The Victorian Frame of Mind. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1957.
=Ikram, S.M. Modern Muslim India and the Birth of Pakistan. Lahore: S.M. Ashraf, 1970.
=Jeffery, Patricia. Frogs in A Well: Indian Women in Purdah. London: Zed Press,  1979.
=Kai Ka'us ibn Iskandar. A Mirror for Princes: The Qabus Nama, tr. by Reuben Levy. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1951.
=Kakar, Sudhir. Shamans, Mystics, and Doctors, A Psychological Inquiry into India and its Healing Traditions. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1982.
=Latif, Sayyid Abdul.  The Influence of English Literature on Urdu Literature. London: Forster Groom, 1924.
=Leitner, G.W. History of Indigenous Education in the Punjab. Reprint Delhi: Amar Prakashan, 1982, 1st pub. 1882.
=Lelyveld, David. Aligarh's  First Generation: Muslim Solidarity in British India. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1978.
=Levy, Reuben. An Introduction to Persian Literature. New York: Columbia University Press, 1969.
=Mathur, Y.B. Women's Education in India (1813-1966). Bombay: Asia Publishing House, 1973.
=Meer Hasan Ali, Mrs. Observations on the  Mussalmauns of India, II Vols. Reprint. Delhi:  Idarah-i-Adabiyat-i-Delli, 1973, 1st pub.1832.
=Metcalf, Barbara. "Islam and Custom in Nineteenth-Century India: The Reformist Standard of Maulana Thanawi's Bihishti Zewar." Contributions to Asian Studies XVII (1982) Pp. 62-78. 
= ----. "Islamic Reform and Islamic Women: Maulana Thanawi's Jewelry of Paradise." In Barbara Metcalf, ed. Moral Conduct and Authority. Berkeley:   University of California Press, 1984. Pp. 184-195. 
= ----. Islamic Revival in British India: Deoband 1860-1900. Princeton: Princeton University Press, and Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1982.
= ----. "The Making of a Muslim Lady: Maulana Thanawi's Bihishti Zewar." In Milton Israel and N.K. Wagle, eds. Islamic Society and Culture: Essays in Honour of Professor Aziz Ahmad. Delhi: Manohar, 1983. Pp. 17-38.
= ----, ed. Moral Conduct and Authority: The Place of Adab in South Asian Islam. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984.
=Minault, Gail. "Begamati Zuban: Women's Language and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Delhi." India International Centre Quarterly, XI, 2 (June, 1984), Pp. 155-170.
= ----. "Hali's Majalis un-Nissa: Purdah and Woman Power in Nineteenth-Century India." In Milton Israel and N.K. Wagle, eds. Islamic Society and Culture: Essays in Honour of Professor Aziz Ahmad Delhi: Manohar, 1983. Pp. 39-49.
=----. "Purdah's Progress: The Beginnings of School Education for Indian Muslim Women." In Jagdish P. Sharma, ed. Individuals and Ideas in Modern India. Calcutta: Firma KLM, 1982. Pp. 76-97. 
= ----. "Sayyid Ahmad Dehlavi and the 'Delhi Renaissance'." In Robert E. Frykenberg, ed. Delhi Through the Ages: Essays in Honour of Sir Percival  Spear. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1985. Pp. 285-296. 
= ----. "Shaikh Abdullah, Begam Abdullah, and Sharif Education for Girls at Aligarh." In Imtiaz Ahmad, ed. Modernization and Social Change Among Muslims in India. Delhi: Manohar, 1983. Pp. 207-236.
= Mujeeb, M. The Indian Muslims. London: Allen and Unwin, 1967.
=Nairn, CM. "Prize-Winning Adab: A Study of five Urdu Books Written in Response to the Allahabad Government Gazette Notification." In Barbara Metcalf, ed. Moral Conduct and Authority. Berkeley: University of California Press,  1984. Pp. 290-314.
=Netton, Ian Richard. Muslim Neoplatonists: An Introduction to the Thought of the Brethren of Purity (Ikhwan al-Safa'). London: Allen and Unwin. 1982.
=Nizam al-Mulk. The Book of Government or Rules for Kings: The Siyar al-Muluk or Siyasat-nama, tr. by Hubert Darke. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1960.
=Papanek, Hanna. "Purdah: Separate Worlds and Symbolic Shelter. In Hanna Papanek and Gail Minault, eds. Separate Worlds: Studies of Purdah in South Asia. Delhi: Chanakya, 1982. Pp. 3-53.
=Papanek, Hanna and Minault, Gail, eds. Separate Worlds: Studies of Purdah in South Asia. Delhi: Chanakya, and Columbia, Missouri: South Asia Books, 1982.
=Platts, John T. A Dictionary of Urdu, Classical Hindi and English. Reprint. Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 1960, 1st pub. 1884.
=Qambar, Akhtar, tr. The Last Musha'irah of Delhi. New Delhi: Orient Longman, 1979.
=Ram, Malik. Hali. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1982.
=Rose, H.A., comp. Rites and Ceremonies of Hindus and Muslims. Reprint. New Delhi: Amar Prakashan, 1983, 1st pub. 1908.
=Russell, Ralph, ed. Ghalib: The Poet and his Age. London: Allen and Unwin, 1972.
=Russell, Ralph and Islam, Khurshidul. Ghalib: Life and Letters. London: Allen and Unwin, 1969.
=Sa'di. The Gulistan or Rose Garden of Sa'di, tr. by Edward Rehatsek. London: Allen and Unwin, 1964.
= ----. The Bustan of Sa'di, tr. by A. Hart Edwards. Lahore: S.M. Ashraf, n.d.
=Sadiq, Muhammad. A History of Urdu Literature. London: Oxford University Press, 1964. 
=----. Muhammad Hussain Azad: His Life and Works. Lahore: West-Pak Publishing Co., 1965.
=Saksena, Ram Babu. A History of Urdu Literature. Reprint. Lahore: Sind Sagar Academy, 1975.
=Sharar, Abdul Halim. Lucknow: The Last Phase of an Oriental Culture, tr. by E.S. Harcourt and Fakhir Hussain. London: Elek, 1975.
=Shawq, Navvab Mirza. Zahr-i-Ishq or the Poison of Love (A Love Narrative from Awadh), tr. by Shah Abdus Salam, et al. Delhi: D K Publications, 1982.
=Shurreef, Jaffur (Ja'far Sharif). Qanoon-e Islam or the Customs of the Mussalmans of India, tr. by G.A. Herklots. Reprint. Lahore: Al-Irshad, 1973, 1st pub. 1832.
=Spear, Percival. Twilight of  the Mughals. Reprint. Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, Oriental Reprints, 1969.
=Steele, Laurel. "Hali and His Muqaddamah: The Creation of a Literary Attitude in Nineteenth Century India." Annual of Urdu Studies I (1981). Pp. 1-45.
=Sufi, G.M.D. Al-Minhaj: Being the Evolution of Curriculum in the Muslim Educational Institutions of India. Reprint. Delhi: Idarah-i-Adabiyat-i-Delli, 1977.
=Vreede de Stuers, Cora. Parda: A Study of Muslim Women's Life in Northern India. Assen: Van Gorcum, 1968.
=Woodsmall, Ruth F. Women in the Changing Islamic System. Reprint. Delhi: Bimla Publishing House, 1983,  1st pub. 1936.


=Abdul Haq. Chand Ham 'Asr. Aurangabad: Anjuman-e Taraqqi-e Urdu Hind, n.d. 
= ----, Marhum Dihli Kalij. 3rd printing. Karachi: Anjuman-e Taraqqi-e Urdu Pakistan, 1962.
=Agha Haidar Hasan Dihlavi. Pas-e Pardah. Aligarh: Muslim University Press, 1926.
=Al-e Ahmad Sarur. "Hindustani Adab Men Hali ka Darja." In A.A. Sarur, Tanqidi Ishare. Aligarh: Muslim Educational Press, 1942. Pp. 67-78.
=Chiranji Lai Dihlavi, Munshi. Hindustani Makhzan ul-Muhavarat. Delhi: Imperial Book Depot, 1898.
=Delhi University. Qanun un-Nisa. Delhi: Urdu Department, Delhi University, 1972.
=Insha'ullah Khan "Insha." Darya-e Latafat, tr. into Urdu by Brajmohan Dattatreya "Kaifi" Dihlavi, ed. by Abdul Haq. Aurangabad: Anjuman-e Taraqqi-e Urdu Dakkan, 1935.
=Jahan Banu Begam Naqvi. Muhammad Husain Azad. Hyderabad: Idarah-e Adabiyat-e Urdu, 1940.
=Khwaja Altaf Husain "Hali." Chup ki Dad. Kanpur: Nami Press, 1923, 1st pub. 1905. 
= ----. Majalis un-Nisa. Panipat: Hali Press, 1924, 1st pub. 1874. 
= ----. Majalis un-Nisa, ed. with an Introduction by Saliha Abid Husain. New Delhi: Maktaba Jamia, 1971. 
= ----. "Maulana Hali ki Khud-navisht Savanih-e 'Umri." Ma'arif. XIX, 5 (May, 1927). Pp. 344-351. Reprinted with an afterword by M. Ismail Panipati. In Nuqush: Ap Biti Nambar. Lahore (June, 1964). Pp. 281-286.
=Mirza Muhammad Hadi Ruswa. Umra'o Jan Ada. Reprint. Allahabad: Rani Narain Lai Beni Madho, 1963.
=Muhammad Abdur Razzaq Kanpuri. Yad-e Ayyam. Hyderabad: Ishaiat Manzil, 1946.
=Muhammad Amin Zuberi. Muslim Khawatin ki Ta'lim. Karachi: All-Pakistan Educational Conference, 1961.
=Muhammad Munir Lakhnavi. Muhavarat-e Niswan o Khas Begamat ki Zuban. Kanpur: Majidiya Press, 1930.
=Muhammad Yahya. "Tanha." Siyar ul-Musannifin, Vol. II. Delhi: Maktaba-e Jamia, 1928.
=Muhiyuddin Hasan. Dilli ki Begamati Zuban. New Delhi: Na'i Avaz, 1976.
=Nasiruddin Hashmi. 'Ahd-e Asafi ki Qadim Ta'lim. Hyderabad: Intizami Press, 1946.
=Nazir Ahmad. Mirat ul-'Urus. Lucknow: Naval Kishor, 1886, 1st pub. 1869.
=Saliha Abid Husain. Jane Walon ki Yad Ati Hai. New Delhi: Maktaba-e Jamia, 1974. 
= ----. Yadgar-e Hali. 4th ed. New Delhi: Anjuman-e Taraqqi-e Urdu Hind, 1975.
=Sayyid Ahmad Dihlavi. Insha-e Hadi un-Nisa ma' Tahrir un-Nisa. Delhi: Daftar-e Farhang-e Asafiya, 1910.
= ----. Lughat un-Nisa. Delhi: Daftar-e Farhang-e Asafiya, 1917.
= ----. Rasum-e Dihli. Reprint. Rampur: Kitabkar, 1965.
=Sayyid Ahmad Khan. Tazkirah-e Ahl-e Dihli. Karachi: Anjuman-e Taraqqi-e Urdu Pakistan, 1965.
=Sayyid Amjad Ali Ashhari. Lughat al-Khawatin. Lahore: Khadim al-Ta'lim Press, 1907.
=Sayyid Muhiyuddin Qadri "Zor." "Hali aur Nasr-e Urdu." In Zor, Ruh-e Tanqid, Vol. II. Hyderabad: Osmania University, 1927. Pp. 225-264.
=Sayyid Mumtaz Ali. Huquq-un-Niswan. Lahore: Darul Ishaiat-e Punjab, 1898.
=Wahida Nasim. Urdu Zuban aur 'Aurat. Karachi: Intikhab-e Nau, 1963.




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