The volume cover the entire political history of Delhi Sultanate, focusing on Mahmud Ghazni's campaigns, Ziyauddin Barani's descriptions, Sufi saints and their records, as well as peasants, artisans, tailors, weavers and a plethora of people who constituted the landscape of the subcontinent during the eleventh to seventeenth centuries.
Mohammad Habib was one of the founders of Aligarh School of history writing. Discussing several aspects of the Delhi Sultanate, this classic collection examines not just the emperors, their campaigns, strategies, and political thoughts but also peasants, artisans, tailors, weavers and a plethora of people who constituted the landscape of the subcontinent during the eleventh to seventeenth centuries. Irfan Habib's introduction discusses the biography and situates Mohammad Habib's writings in the larger context of medieval history and historians. It will be a significant resource for scholars, teachers, and students of medieval Indian history, especially Delhi Sultanate.
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