The History Of India Vol 2: As Told By Its Own Historians
Mirza Firuz Shah
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The history of India is here carried down to the year 1260 A.D., embracing the consecutive annals of the Ghaznivides, the Ghorians, and the Slave Kings, as far as the end of the reign of Násiru-d dín. The lives of the other Slave Kings will be drawn from the Táríkh-i Fíroz Sháhí of Zíáu-d dín Barní, which, as its name implies, is a work more particularly devoted to the reign of Fíroz Sháh, and must, from the date of its composition, occupy a place in the next volume.
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