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Selections From Bengal Government Records on Wahhabi Trials (1863-1870)

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Mirza Firuz Shah

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Subject:

History

Subclass:

Timured/Mughal

Reign:

Akbar III 1948-2012

Subject Year (Time):

1863

Author:

A. K. Ahmad Ali

Volume:

1

Edition:

1

Publisher & Place:

Zeeco Press 73, Lakshmibazar, Dacca,-1.

Publisher Date:

1961

Languages:

English

ISBN 10|13:

-

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-1000001-250400

Description

The Wahhabi documents published in this volume were chanced upon by me while I was looking through the Records of the East Pakistan Secretariat in search of materials for my thesis on the Fara'idi movement m Bengal Out of the huge corpus of papers relating to the so-called Indian Wahhabi movement, I have here selected 179 important documents which throw new light on the nature of the spread of the movement throughout Indo-Pakistan subcontinent as well as on the technique adopted by Its votaries for the achievement of their goal with the publication of these documents, I hope, the readers will be able to get a comprehensive idea about the movement if they are read along with earlier publications referred to in the Introduction Agist of the documents have also been offered in the Introduction with a view to enabling the readers to have a glimpse of the materials contained in this volume. It is sincerely hoped that with all these materials now made available, the task of writing a connected history of the movement with necessary details would be possible I take this opportunity to thank the Government of East Pakistan for making the documents accessible to me and for their kind permission for the publication I feel especially indebted to the Keeper of Records and to the staff of the Records Room, East Pakistan Secretariat, for helping me sorting out the documents from scattered files. Finally, I should like to express my gratitude to Prof. A Halim, Head of the Department of History, Dacca University, for taking keen interest in my researches and for writing the Foreword to this volume
I must also thank my wife, Mrs Hasma oegum, B A, for reading through the proof

15th October, 1961
Muin-ud-Din Ahmad Khan

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