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Mirat e Ahmadi a Persian History of Gujrat Part - 2

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Mirza Firuz Shah

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Subject:

History

Subclass:

Persian Civilization

Reign:

Jahangir II 1920-1948

Subject Year (Time):

1927

Author:

Ali Muhammad Khan Translator M.F. Lokhandwala

Volume:

-

Edition:

-

Publisher & Place:

Oriental Institute, Baroda

Publisher Date:

1965

Languages:

English

ISBN 10|13:

-

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-1000001-250511

Description

As Sir Jadunath Sarkar, the famous historian, has stated in his foreword to the Mirat-i-Ahmadi, Volume II, Persian Text (G.O.S., No. 34, 1927 ),“ of all provinces of India, Gujarat is the richest in the number and variety of its historical records. ” Undoubtedly, Mirat-i-Ahmadi is the most important among numerous historical chronicles in Persian composed in aud about Gujarat. The Persian Text of this Chronicle, edited by Syed Nawab Ali, was published in two volumes in the Gaek wad’s Oriental Scries as Nos. 33-34 in 1927 and 1928, respectively, and text of the Khatima or supplement ( which is, in fact, Gazetteer of the 18th century Gujarat ) edited by the same scholar was published in 1930 as No. 50 of the Series. An English translation of the supplement, prepared by Syed Nawab Ali and Charles Norman Seddon, was out in 1928 as No. 43 of the Series. But the historical part remained untranslated in English so far, though a Gujarati translation of the whole work ( some portion done by Nizamkhan Noorkhan Pa than and the rest by Diwan Bahadur Krisbnala] Mohanlal Jhaveri ) had been published at Abmedabad many years back. It is good that Shri M. F. Lokhandwala, an able scholar and experienced teacher of Persian, has rendered into English first two volumes of the Mirat-i-Ahmadi, and I am glad to pul the same before the world of scholars. It is a matter of satisfaction that (he whole of the Persian Text and its complete translation are published now in the G/e wad’s Oriental Scries.

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