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Some epigraphical records of the medieval period from eastern India

Dineschandra Sircar

Some epigraphical records of the medieval period from eastern India

by Dineschandra Sircar

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Published by Abhinav Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English

  • India,
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Inscriptions, Sanskrit -- India,
    • Land grants -- India,
    • India -- History -- 1000-1765 -- Sources,
    • India -- History, Local -- Sources,
    • India -- Languages -- Alphabet

    • Edition Notes

      StatementD. C. Sircar.
      LC ClassificationsDS452 .S57
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 157 p., [10] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages157
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4077501M
      LC Control Number79902777

      Vijaya Manikya II (c. – ), also spelt Vijay or Bijoy, was the Maharaja of Tripura from to Succeeding to the throne at a young age, Vijaya proved himself to be a formidable military leader, initiating a series of conquests into several surrounding kingdoms, including the powerful Bengal Vijaya's reign, the might and influence of Tripura reached its zenith. Cultural History Of Medieval India Is A Part Of The Series, Readings In History. The Books In This Series Have Been Edited And Put Together By Eminent Historians For Their Students. This Anthology Of Readings Seeks To Explore Indian Culture In The Medieval Period Through Five Themes: Kingship Traditions, Social Processes Of Religious Devotion, Inter-Cultural Perception, Forms Of Identities 5/5(1).

        In this book, the description of the South campaign of Alauddin Khilji and the Mongol invasion during its time. In this book, Amir Khusro says that the invention of the string is in India. Deval-Rani-Khijrakhana (Ashika) – In this there is a description of Deoldevi and son Kijrkha. nuh-sipahar-In this book, he has praised India for two reasons-. Full text of "Journal Of The Epigraphical Society Of India Vol Ix" See other formats.

        When referring to Ancient India, the time period from c. BCE (Composition of the Rig Veda) to c. CE (Collapse of the Gupta Empire) is usually period was a time of changes and innovations, of new religions and great empires, of migrations and intermixing and various other happenings. Babar came to India and defeated Ibrahim, the last Lodi Sultan in Babar was succeeded by his son Humayun but he was ousted from Delhi by Sher Shah, an Afghan chieftain. Though Sher Shah ( AD) ruled only for a brief period of almost five years yet he showed great administrative skills.

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