It is indispensable for scholars and students of the history of Muslim India, consisting as it does material gathered from Persian, Arabic, Urdu and European sources. More than 4500 entries are listed according to English variant of each individual's name together with the Persian form in the parenthesis(less)
e. the last member of the initial or pseudonym is put first, and determines the alphabetical order.
The second part contains the real names of authors, followed by the initials and pseudonyms, and short biographical notices(less)
Abd al-Rahman, Muhammad b. (d.
Abu-Hashim (d. 776).
3. Abu’l-Thana Shams (16 century).
4. Ali al-Sanusi, Muhammad b.
Aq Ishan. 6.
Astana Baba. 7.
Bilal Baba. 8.
Bistami, Bayazid (9 century). 9.
Dakkak, Sheikh Abu Ali. 10.
Dhu ‘I-Nun, Abu ‘I-Fayd (796-861). 11.
Al-Fuwati, Hisham B. ‘Amr (9 century).
12. Gojuq Baba.
13. Hamadani, Yusuf (d.
Ibn ‘Adjiba, Abu ‘I-‘Abbas Ahmad B. (1740/7-?).
15. Ibn Al-‘Arif, Abu’l ‘Abbas (1088-1141).
16. Ibn Al-Farid (1181-).
17. Ibn ‘Aliwa (1869-?).
18. Ibn Arabi (1165-1240).
19. Ibn ‘Ashir, Abu ‘I-‘Abbas Ahmad B.
Muhammad B. (d.
Ibn ‘Ata’ Allah (d. 1309).
21. Ibn Barradjan (12 century).
22. Ibn Hirzihim (d.
Ibn Isra’il Al-Dimashki, Mohammad B. (1206-1278).
24. Ibn Luyun (1282-).
25. Ibn Masarra, Muhammad B.
Ibn Sab’in (1217/8—1269/71). 27.
Ibrahim B. Adham (d.
Ismamut Ata (20 century). 29.
Al-Jili, Abd al-Karim b. Ibrahim(less)
I. A sketch of the Military history of India: 1.
From the earliest invasions to the conquest of Baber. 2.
From Baber to the death of Aurungzebe. 3.
From the death of Aurungzebe to the fall of the Mogul Empire. 4.
From the fall of the Mogul Empire to the end of the first Burmese War. II.
Descriptive catalogue of Indian Arms, with introductory notes on styles of decoration, processes of manufacture, and ethnological characteristics: 1. Decoration applied to Indian Arms, and processes of manufacture: i.
Processes of manufacture. 2.
Catalogue of the arms in the India Museum, with notes on the different races and tribes inhabiting India and the adjacent countries. Groups: 1.
Aboriginal and non-Aryan Tribes of Central India and the Andaman Islands. 2 & 3.
Aboriginal and Dravidian races of Southern India. 4.
Hill tribes of Assam and the North-East frontier. 5.
British and native Burma, and(less)
The Biographical Encyclopaedia of Islam is an exciting book - a book which combines the ease of use of an A-Z dictionary with the overview and readability of a thematic Encyclopaedia. The Biographical Encyclopaedia of Islam features unrivalled coverage of the Islam's most prominent people, past and present -- more than 6,500 individuals - while giving the reader new insights into history, politics, science and culture.
With entries ranging from between 50 words to 15000 words, the book includes entries by some of the leading Islamic scholars of the world of the twentieth century. Drawn from the parent work, titled Encyclopaedia of Islam, the hugely popular and globally successful work has(less)
‘Abd Ahmad, Shah Muhammad b. (1584-1661).
2. ‘Abd Allah Wali, Shah Ni’mat Allah Nur al-Din b.
Abi ‘I-Khayr, Abu Sa’id Fadl Allah B. (967-1049).
4. Abu’I Khayr (11 century).
5. Abu ‘I-Kasim ‘Abd Al-Karim B.
Hawazin (986-1072). 6.
Abu Sa’id, ibn abi ‘I Khayr (967-1049). 7.
Abu Yazid (998/9—984). 8.
Abu’I Hasan al-Nuri (d. 907).
9. Adham Ibrahim (d.
Ahmed, Bidjan. 11.
al-‘Adawiyyah Rabi’ah (717-801). 12.
al-Suhrawardi, Abu ‘I-Nadjib (1097-?). 13.
Alauddin Sabr Kalyari, Hazrat Syedna Makhdoom Ahmed Ali (596 A.H.
Ali Shah, Syedna Hazrat Hafiz Hai Warris (1822-1905). 15.
Attar, Farid Al-Din Muhammad B. Ibrahim (1119-1190).
16. Attar, Fariduddin (13 century).
17. Baba Sahib, Hazrat (1175-1265).
18. Badr al-Din B.
Kadi Samawna (1358-). 19.
Baqli Ruzbihan (1049/50-1209). 20.
Basri, Hazrat Rabia al-Adwiyya (A.H.
Al-Bastami, Abu Yazid (d. 820).
22. Bidjan Ahmed (15 century).
23. Bishr al-Hafi (767-841/42).
24. Dhu al-Nun Misri (706-859).
2. On astronomical references in Vyasa-Dhrtarastra-Samvada in the Bhismaparvan of Mahabharata/B.
N. Narahari Achar.
3. Indian origins of chess : an overview/C.
Pandurang Bhatta. 4.
A discussion about the rare quotes from Candesvara Thakkura's Rajanitiratnakara/Swagata Pandit. 5.
Kiratarjuniya IX (-A)/J.A.
6. Characterizing classical anustup : a study in Sanskrit Prosody/G.
The Ramayana tradition in Central Himalaya/D.P.
Sakalani. Miscellanea: 1.
On Aryabhata's planetary constants/Subhash Kak. 2.
Political history as an integral study of political life and institutions/Shankar Goyal. 3.
Is salvation a nonexistence in the Nyaya school?/Satyamurti. 4.
Vedic culture in comparison with Indo-European Common Culture/Hukam Chand Patyal. 5.
Mahimnastava edited by Prof. Norman Brown: some observations/K.
6. Visnu in the Veda/Vishvanath Khaire.
Reviews: 1. Collected papers on Jain studies/Padmanabha S.
Dr. Charlotte Krause her life and literature Vol.
I/Hazarimull Banthia and Luitgard Soni; reviewed by R.P(less)
Readers of all ages will love the succinct, easy-to-understand question-and-answer format, arranged subject-wise.From the earth's beginnings through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods to today's discovery-laden sites, The Handy Dinosaur GK Book provides hundreds of easily digested dinosaur facts.
Complete with tables, charts, photos and illustrations, it's the perfect reference to help decipher 65-million-year-old mysteries. You'll go back to it time and again for fundamental information on the greatest creatures that ever lived(less)
Vol. 7: Jainism.
Vol. 8: Buddhism.
Vol. 9: Buddhism.
Vol. 10: Buddhism.
"From the beginning of history, religion and philosophy has been admittedly the most vital force in shaping the human civilisation at various developmental stages. Although many scholars have worked on the history of oriental religio-philosophical tradition, but till date no such complete and comprehensive work on this subject is available to us.
Keeping this in mind, we have planned to publish multi-volumes Encyclopaedia of Oriental Philosophy and Religion in four phases successively in every year. The main emphasis has been given to provide comprehensive information about Hinduism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Jainism, Buddhism, Shintoism, Taoism, Confucianism, Islam, Sikhism and on other minor Oriental Religio-Philosophical system.
In the first phase of this encyclopaedic project, Hinduism in three volumes and Judaism in two volumes had been released in 2005. In the second phase of this project, we are publishing five volumes again on(less)
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