The History Of India Vol. 8: As Told By Its Own Historians
Dowson, John Ed.
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Elliot, H. M.
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Digital Library Of India
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Excerpt from The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians, Vol. 8: The Muhammadan Period
It is not for me to pass a judgment on the value of this publication. But whatever its imperfections, it has been the means of bringing to the knowledge of Euro peans, the merits and demerits of many histories, some entirely unknown, or, if known at all, known only by name and repute. It may be that valuable writings still remain undiscovered; but until they are brought to light, this work will serve, not simply as a store of original information, but as a guide to the sources from which critical and diligent investigators may seek for help and enlightenment upon obscure and doubtful matters. It brings down the history of the Muhammadan Empire in India to the close, but it contains little relating to the independent dynasties of the Dakhin. Sir H. M. Elliot included the history of these dynasties in the ultimate s00pe of his work, and had obtained a few MSS. For the purpose, but no translations have been made. There are materials from which these histories might be compiled, and the publication of them would complete the Musulman history of Musulman ancient India.
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