Ruka At I Alamgiri Letters Of Aurangzeb
Mirza Firuz Shah
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Jamshid H Bilimoria B A
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London Lazac And Co
ISBN 10: 0342369938 ISBN 13: 9780342369935
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There are three collections of Aurungzeb’s Letters. First, the “ Ruka’at-i-AIamgiri,” ‘ or the “ Kalimat-i-Taiyibat,” collected and published by Inayat Allah, one of his principal secretaries ; second, the “ Rakdim-i-Kaniim,” by the son of another secretary Abdul Karim Amir Khan ; and third, the “ Dastur-al-Amal Aghahi,” collected from various sources thirty-eight years after the emperor’s death by a learned servant of Raja Aya Mal under the Raja’s order. There is still another collection bearing the name of the “ Adab-i-Alamgir and comprising letters written by Aurang to his father, his sons, and his officers.
These letters generally depict King Aurungzeb’s private life. Occasionally they allude to minor historical events which happened in his or in his father’s* time. They exhibit Sultan Aurungzeb as a just, kind, and lenient king and as a religious and devout Mohemadan.
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This is not the same may be one of his great grand children ???