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南アジア・東南アジア地域研究

南アジア・東南アジア地域研究
South Asia & Southeast Asia
  書名 著者名 頁数 出版元 刊行年 価格 解説
Safavid Iran and the Deccan Sultanates: diplomatic and cultural relations Safavid Iran and the Deccan Sultanates: diplomatic and cultural relations Nayeem, Muhammad Abdul viii,200p facs., maps, photos. Hyderabad Publishers 2017 7,920円 Deccan (India) -- Safavid (Iran) -- History This is the first study of Safavid Iran's Diplomatic and Cultural Relations with the Decan Sultanates during the fourteenth to seventeenth century. The study of forteenth and fifteenth century forms the background for the Safavid period beginning from 1501. The study synthesizes the triangular nexus of Safavid Iran, Mughals and the Deccan. A unique and interesting aspect of the relationsis that founders of the three Deccan Sultanates - the Bahmanis, the Adil Shahis and the Qutb Shahi were of Iranian origin and were Shi'ihs, the vital link, between the Safavid Iran and the Deccan. I. Historical Framework - an outline II. Introduction III. Iran & the Bahmani Sultanate of Gulbarga-Bidar IV. Iran & the Adil Shahi Sultanate of Bijapur V. Iran & the Qutb Shahi Sultanate of Golconda-Hyderabad VI. Iran & the Nizam Shahi Sultanate of Ahmadnagar Appendices: Facsimiles of selected original Persian correspondences
Ganjineh-ye Baharestan, Tarikh 4: tarikh-e shebh-e qarreh-ye hend. Ganjineh-ye Baharestan, Tarikh 4: tarikh-e shebh-e qarreh-ye hend. Tavassoli, Mohd. Mahdi (ed.) 759p. Ketabkhaneh, Muze va Markaz-e Asna-e Majles-e Shura-ye Eslami 1396 2,428円 India -- History -- 1000-1526 گنجينه بهارستان ١٩ :‏ ‏تاريخ ٤- تاريخ شبه قاره هند ‏دکتر محمد مهدى توسلى Ganjīnah-i Bahāristān 19 : tārīkh 4- tārīkh-i shibh-i qārrah-i Hind Duktur Muḥammad Mahdī Tavassulī [A collection of 3 treatises on history and geography of Indian subcontinent]
Translations of the Travel Accounts of Sulaiman at-Tagir (1st half 9th cent.) and Abu Zaid as-Sirafi (1st half 10th cent.) Translations of the Travel Accounts of Sulaiman at-Tagir (1st half 9th cent.) and Abu Zaid as-Sirafi (1st half 10th cent.) Sezgin, Fuat (collected) 346p Inst. for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science 1994 repr. 3,872円 Geography -- China -- India -- Description and travel Translations of the travel accounts of Sulaimān at-Tāǧir (1st half 9th cent.) and Abū Zaid as-Sīrāfī (1st half 10th cent.)/ collected and reprinted by Fuat Sezgin
Islamic Prayer across the Indain Ocean: inside and outside the Mosque. Islamic Prayer across the Indain Ocean: inside and outside the Mosque. Parkin, D. & S. Headly (ed.) xi,256p Routledge 2017(00) 3,579円 Prayer -- Islam -- Indian Ocean Region -- Congresses Islam in characterised by a number of inner dualities and oppositions of practice and belief. In its attempt to squash the influence of animism and pantheism or polytheism and to promote the idea of the One and Only Absolute, God, Islam has come up against a tendency within itself to incorporate certain local religious traditions and practices. Islamic Prayer shares this combination of universality and local particularity. This book explores this paradox and the contradictory tendencies contained in it.
Painters, Paintings and Books: an essay on Indo-Persian technical literature, 12-19th centuries. Painters, Paintings and Books: an essay on Indo-Persian technical literature, 12-19th centuries. Porter, Yves xiv,249p ills. Manohar 2019(1994) 4,732円 Illumination of books and manuscripts, Iranian -- Themes, motives -- Technique The work aims at bringing the Persian texts into the study of the arts and technology of the Indo-lranian world – an approach much neglected so far. Drawing upon Persian sources (both from Iran and India), viz., technical treatises, historical chronicles and poetical texts, the work deals with painting and the art of book making during twelfth to nineteenth century.The introduction presents the geographical and chronological dimensions of the study. After a brief history of Persian painting before the twelfth century, the book discusses mural painting, manuscripts, origin of paper and its fabrication, the composition of the page, colours/pigments used in the paintings, painting subjects, bookbinding, etc. The painter, man and artist, his origin, his training, his status, aesthetics and taste, his workshop and its organisation and distribution of tasks therein, modular construction of the manuscripts, library, the caligraphy surrounding the painting, its illuminations and binding are all analysed. In fact the book reconstructs the entire process of making an illustrated manuscript from its ground work to its binding. Persian text and illustrations enhance the utility of the work.
Tarikh-e Kashmer. Tarikh-e Kashmer. Khosravi, Mohd. Reda 158p ills. Astan-e Qods Redavi 1376(72) 475円 Kashmir -- History تاریخ کاشمر محمدرضا خسروی Tārīkh-i Kashmir Muhammad Rizā Khusravī
The King and the People: sovereignty and popular politics in Mughal Delhi. The King and the People: sovereignty and popular politics in Mughal Delhi. Kaicker, Abhishek xviii,351p maps Oxford U.P. (India) 2020 4,484円 Mughal empire -- History -- India Drawing on a wealth of sources from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, this book is the first comprehensive account of the dynamic relationship between ruling authority and its urban subjects in an era that until recently was seen as one of only decline. By placing ordinary people at the centre of its narrative, this wide-ranging work offers fresh perspectives on imperial sovereignty, on the rise of an urban culture of political satire, and on the place of the practices of faith in the work of everyday politics. * Provides the first comprehensive account of the relationship between the ruling authority and urban subjects in Mughal Delhi * Challenges the narrative of imperial decline and places ordinary people at the center of the story * Offers fresh perspectives on imperial soveriegnty and urban culture in the capital of the Mughal empire
India in the Persianate Age, 1000-1765. India in the Persianate Age, 1000-1765. Eaton, Richard M. xiv,489p Allen Lane/Penguin Books 2019 5,722円 India -- Moghul Empire -- Iran -- History -- 1000-1765 Eaton tells this extraordinary story with relish and originality, as he traces the rise of Persianate culture, a many-faceted transregional world connected by ever-widening networks across much of Asia. Introduced to India in the eleventh century by dynasties based in eastern Afghanistan, this culture would become progressively indigenized in the time of the great Mughals (sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries). Eaton brilliantly elaborates the complex encounter between India's Sanskrit culture—an equally rich and transregional complex that continued to flourish and grow throughout this period—and Persian culture, which helped shape the Delhi Sultanate, the Mughal Empire, and a host of regional states. This long-term process of cultural interaction is profoundly reflected in the languages, literatures, cuisines, attires, religions, styles of rulership and warfare, science, art, music, and architecture—and more—of South Asia.
A Study of Persio-Arabic Sources on the Historical Geography of Kashmir A Study of Persio-Arabic Sources on the Historical Geography of Kashmir Ahmad, S. Maqbul & Raja Bano xiv,254p Jay Kay Books 2011 3,544円 Jammu and Kashmir (India) -- Historical geography Previously published under the title: Historical geography of Kashmir in 1984
Studies in Thought, Polity and Economy of Medieval India, 1000-1500. Studies in Thought, Polity and Economy of Medieval India, 1000-1500. Khan, Iqtidar Alam x,179p Primus Books 2021 4,158円 Delhi (Sultanate) -- Economic conditions -- History This book attempts to comprehend the history of the Delhi Sultanate with reference to its Islamic identity. The Turkish chiefs, despite having a military advantage due to their expertise in horsemanship, could only consolidate their rule through adjustment and sharing of power with local kshatriya rulers, and, therefore, tended to incorporate an increasing number of Hindu chiefs in the ruling establishment. This process was sought to be made durable by conceding to the chiefs many of the pecuniary gains and social clout they had enjoyed before the conquests. According to Barani, the ulema endorsed the view that in the given situation, provisions of fiqah evolved in Arabia were not practicable in the Delhi Sultanate. By the same logic, settlements conceding to the village chiefs’ important roles in the fiscal administration of rural tracts were justified. Additionally, the Islamic characteristics of the State system in the Delhi Sultanate were profoundly impacted by Sassanid and Turkish traditions of statecraft. With the passage of time many notions of Hindu caste culture also became influential in the mental makeup of the ruling elites of the Delhi Sultanate.
Iranshah: tarihkcheh-ye mohajarat-e zartoshteyan-e Iran beh Hend. Iranshah: tarihkcheh-ye mohajarat-e zartoshteyan-e Iran beh Hend. Pur Davud, Ebrahim 109p photos. Shafi'i 1399 1,524円 Zoroastrians -- Emigration and immigration -- India -- History ایرانشاه / تاریخچه مهاجرت زرتشتیان ایران به هند ابراهیم پورداوود Īrānshāh: tārīhkchah-i muhājarat-i zartushtiyān-i Īrān bih Hind Ibrāhīm Pūr dāvūd
Sikh History from Persian Sources: translations of major texts. Sikh History from Persian Sources: translations of major texts. Grewal, J.S. & Irfan Habib (ed.) xii,228p pap. Tulika 2019(01) 1,430円 Sikhs -- History -- Sources -- Congresses This volume is a part of the research and publication programme of the Indian History congress to commemorate the tercentenary of the Kghalsa. It presents translations of all major Persian sources of Sikh history up to 1765, when Sikh power was established over the Punjab
Muslim Cultures of the Indian Ocean: diversity and pluralism, past and present. Muslim Cultures of the Indian Ocean: diversity and pluralism, past and present. Pradines, Stephane & Farouk Topan (ed.) x,356p photos. Edinburgh U.P. 2023 19,822円 Muslim Indian Ocean Region -- Islamic civilization -- History Explores the role of Islam in forming and transforming interconnectivity across the Indian Ocean World from a longue durée perspective.
The Muslim World in Modern South Asia: power, authority, knowledge. The Muslim World in Modern South Asia: power, authority, knowledge. Robinson, Francis xix,397p pap. SUNY 2020 6,804円 South Asia -- Islamic renewal -- Western influences Sets out the challenges presented to Muslim societies by Western dominance over the past two hundred years, and explores Muslim responses, particularly in the context of South Asia.Over the past two hundred years, two great processes have shaped Muslim societies: Western domination and the industrial capitalism that came with it, and the Islamic revival that preceded the Western presence but came to interact significantly with it.
Indian Origins of Arab-Islamic Scientific and Literary Heritage Indian Origins of Arab-Islamic Scientific and Literary Heritage Abdul Ali xiv,378p Prionts Publications 2022 7,900円 Arabs Indic influences -- India -- Muslim scholars -- Biographies Part I: Historical Perspective of Arab-Islamic Heritage 1. India as Depicted in Arabic Literature 2. Socio-Political and Military Role of Jats in the Arab World as Gleaned from Arabic Sources 3. Sanskrit's Legacy to Arab-Islamic Mathematics and Astronomy 4. Indian Sources of Arab-Islamic Medicine 5. Contribution of India to Arabic Wisdom Literature 6. Al-Biruni: an eminent Indologist 7. The Impact of Mahatma Gandhi on Reawakening of the Arabs Part II: Roles of Eminent Indian Scholars in the Enrichment of Arab-Islamic Literature 8. Shah Wali-Allah 9. Sayyid Muhammad Murtada al-Bilgrami al-Zabidi 10. Allamah Fadl-i Haq Khairabadi 11. Nawab Siddiq Hasan Khan 12. Maulana Shibli Nu'mani 13. Prof. 'Abd al-'Aziz Maiman 14. Prof. Said Ahmad Akbarabadi 15. Maulana Abul Hasan Ali Nadawi 16. Qadi 'Abd al-Muqtadir 17. Sayyid Ghulam Ali Azad
Aspects of Hindu-Muslim Cultural Relations. Aspects of Hindu-Muslim Cultural Relations. Mujtabai, Fathullah 218p Iranian Institute of Philosophy 2007 1,628円 Hinduism -- Relations -- Islam -- Muslims -- India 2nd ed.

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