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Early history of the Deccan and miscellaneous historical essays

Bhandarkar, Ramkrishna Gopal Sir

Early history of the Deccan and miscellaneous historical essays

by Bhandarkar, Ramkrishna Gopal Sir

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Published by Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute in Poona, India .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby R.G. Bhandarkar.
SeriesBhandarkar Oriental Research Institute Post-graduate and Research Department series ;, no. 20
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 91/04663 (D)
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 518 p. ;
Number of Pages518
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3009276M
LC Control Number84902903

  The book under review adds to this burgeoning bibliography on the art and architecture of the Deccan sultanates. In his prefatory chapter, Sohoni makes a forceful case for the independent study of the Deccan, which had a distinct identity from “Hindustan”, or northern India, for most of the past. India - India - History: The Indian subcontinent, the great landmass of South Asia, is the home of one of the world’s oldest and most influential civilizations. In this article, the subcontinent, which for historical purposes is usually called simply “India,” is understood to comprise the areas of not only the present-day Republic of India but also the republics of Pakistan (partitioned.

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Political History of the Deccan or Maha-rastra: Analysis of the Historical Inscrip-tions in the cave Temples of Western India: Section V. Early History of the Deccan and Miscellaneous Historical Essays, Sir Ramakrishna Gopal Bhandarkar Issue 20 of Post-graduate and Research Department series, Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute Author.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bhandarkar, Ramkrishna Gopal, Sir, Early history of the Deccan and miscellaneous historical essays. About the Book. Early Indian History and Beyond is a tribute to Professor B.D. Chattopadhyaya's profound scholarship by a community of.

The Early History of the Deccan. 2 volumes. Paperback – January 1, by ed. Yazdani, G. (Author)Author: ed. Yazdani, G. Book Description. Richard Eaton recounts the history of the Deccan plateau from the fourteenth century to the rise of European colonialism.

He does so, vividly, through the lives of eight Indians who each represented something particular about the region. Characters include a merchant, a general, an African slave, a poet, Cited by: The Early History of the Deccan, Volume 1 The Early History of the Deccan, The Early History of the Deccan: Author: Ghulam Yazdani: Editor: Ghulam Yazdani: Contributor: Ghulam Yazdani: Publisher: Oxf.

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All orders will be processed as soon as possible. ‘In Social History of the Deccan Eaton demonstrates once more that he is a great master of locale and epoch. Through the use of eight individuals’ lives from the 14th to the 18th centuries, Eaton magnificently articulates the main social, political, Cited by:   Book, cloth; spine mostly detached Holograph: W.H.

Herndon (on flyleaf and rear end paper), W.H. Herndon to his friend Geo. Early (on front end paper) Purchased from James T. Hickey, Illinois State Historical Library, Old State Capitol, Springfield, Illinois 18Pages: This essay is a thorough summary of the medieval history of the Deccan, displays impressive historical and architectural awareness and serves as a perfect prologue to the book whose pages are otherwise filled with photographs of monuments.

There are nine chapters that follow, each focussing on a Sultanate-era town. Richard Eaton recounts the history of the Deccan plateau, vividly, through the lives of eight Indians who each represented something particular about the region.

Their stories are woven together into a rich narrative tapestry, which illumines the most important social processes of the Deccan across four centuries/5(8).

the Department of History, University of Delhi, and specializes in the history of ancient and early medieval Indian architecture and sculpture. For several years prior to this, she was teaching in the Department of History of Art at the National Museum Institute, New Delhi.

Contributors Joachim K. Bautze Seema Bawa Parul Pandya Dhar M.K. DhavalikarFile Size: KB. A Social History of the Deccan, – In this fascinating study, Richard Eaton recounts the history of southern India’s Deccan plateau from the early fourteenth century to the rise of European colonia-lism in the eighteenth.

He does so, vividly, by narrating the lives of eight IndiansFile Size: KB. Beschreibung: Pragati Publications, New Delhi, India, Hardcover. Zustand: New. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: New. First Edition. This Book is a collection of 28 articles from eminent scholars spread in various parts of the world who have done some serious work on the History of the Deccan during the medieval and modern periods.

Essay. The “Deccan” (derived from Dakshina) is a geographical term that refers to the plateau in south central India still ruled by Hindu kings when the first Muslim sultanates of India were established in Delhi.

The Khaljis (–) and the Tughluqs (–) after them both tried to conquer the Deccan but were ultimately unsuccessful. The Kalabhra dynasty, also called Kalabra, Kalappirar or Kalvar were rulers of all or parts of Tamil region sometime between 3rd-century and 6th-century CE, after ancient dynasties of early Cholas, early Pandyas and Chera.

Information about the origin and reign of the Kalabhras is uncertain and scarce. Their proposed roots vary from southeast region of modern Karnataka, Kalappalars of Vellala community, to Kalavar chieftains.

The Kalabhra era Capital: Kaveripumpattinam, Madurai. history of the Deccan” on a cold day, part of a year spent as a fellow with the covered in the historical literature.1 But the Deccan is a relatively understudied region, partly because it has no fundamental to the history of the Deccan between the early fourteenth and mid-eighteenth centuries.

Such processes include, among others. The Vakataka power was followed by that of the Chalukyas of Badami who played an important role in the history of the Deccan and south India for about two centuries until ADwhen they were overthrown by their feudatories, the Rashtrakutas.

The Chalukyas claimed their descent from Brahma or Manu or the Moon. The Deccan plateau is a topographically variegated region located south of the Gangetic plains-the portion lying between the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal-and includes a substantial area to the north of the Satpura Range, which has popularly been regarded as the divide between northern India and the plateau is bounded on the east and west by the Ghats, Coordinates: 17°N 77°E / 17°N 77°E .The Deccan sultans left a grand architectural and artistic legacy.

They commissioned palaces, mosques, gardens and tombs as well as decorative paintings and coins. Of these sultanates, the Nizam Shahs (r.

) were particularly significant, being one of the first to emerge from the crumbling edifice of the Bahmani Empire (c. ). Yet their rich material record remains .The history of Karnataka goes back more than two millennia.

Several great empires and dynasties have ruled over Karnataka and have contributed greatly to the history, culture and development of Karnataka. The impact of kingdoms of Karnataka origin have been felt over other parts of India also.