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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
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Mazaar, Bazaar: design and visual culture in Pakistan. Mazaar, Bazaar: design and visual culture in Pakistan. Zaidi, Saima (ed.) xvii,347p ills. photos. Oxford U.P. (Pakistan) 2009 11,469円 Graphic arts -- Popular arts -- Pakistan An interdisciplinary study on design and visual culture in Pakistan, this book documents contemporary visual vernacular and provides an overview of the impact of diverse cultures assimilated over several millennia. Over 30 contributions from leading experts are organized into five sections. "Dekh Magar Pyar se" (Look, but with Love) consists of indigenous popular icons, a majority drawing heavily from religion and mythology. "Read" covers typography depicted by the Urdu, Persian, Arabic and English languages and script. "Be Pakistani, Buy Pakistani" celebrates consumer culture providing critique of some of the local retail packaging. "Pakistan Zindabad" (Long Live Pakistan) offers insight into the construct of a national graphic identity after its Independence in 1947. Pre-partition Perspective is structured chronologically and offers an illustrated history of the region.
Tadhkereh-ye Nata'ej al-Afkar. Tadhkereh-ye Nata'ej al-Afkar. Qodrat Allah Gupamavi, Mohd. (1199-1281 h.q.) 837p. Majma'-e Dhakha'er-e Eslami 1387(2008) 1,944円 Persian poets -- Persian poetry -- Biography تذکرۀ نتائج الافکار محمد قدرت الله گوپاموى ؛ تصحىح ىوسف بىگ باباپور Taz̲kirah-ʼi natāʼij al-afkār muʼallif, Muḥammad Qudrat Allāh Gūpāmavī (Hindūstān); taṣḥīḥ Yūsuf Bayg Bābāpūr
Alberuni's India: an account of the religion, philosophy, literature, geography, chronology, astronomy, customs, laws and astrology of India about AD 1030. Alberuni's India: an account of the religion, philosophy, literature, geography, chronology, astronomy, customs, laws and astrology of India about AD 1030. Sachau, Edward C. (tr. & notes) 2 vols. in 1. Munshiram 2015(1910) 6,978円 India -- Hindu civilization -- Travels and descriptions Translation of Bīrūnī, Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad (973?-1048): Tārīkh al-hind
Ports of the Ancient Indian Ocean. Ports of the Ancient Indian Ocean. Boussac, M.-F., J.-F. Salles & J.-B. Yon (ed.) xi,559p maps, photos Primus Books 2016 8,534円 Shipping -- Indian Ocean Region -- History This volume looks at the multisided role that ports played in the exchange and transfer of knowledge between the ‘Indian Ocean’ and Mediterranean societies. Through the early Greek Periplus to minute descriptions by the Portuguese in the late sixteenth century, or French archives of the colonial period, an accurate knowledge was gradually developed and transmitted on what is now called the Indian Ocean. The essays herein focus on the nature of this knowledge, its history and status, using and combining new archaeological data and recent publications of textual material. They deal with material originating from the Red Sea to India, through Arabia and the Persian Gulf, shedding a new light on ancient ports and maritime contacts, with a special interest not only on India but on related areas as well, such as Sri Lanka and South-East Asia.
Chahar Gulshan (Akhbar-un-Nawadir): an eighteenth century gazetteer of Mughal India. Chahar Gulshan (Akhbar-un-Nawadir): an eighteenth century gazetteer of Mughal India. Caturman Saksena Kayasth xxxix(eng)+384p(per)+facs. Dilli Kitab Ghar 2011 1,080円 India -- Gazetteers -- Mughal Empire -- Early works to 1800 -- Facsimiles اخبار النوادر، معروف به چهار گلشن -1759 or 1760. نوشتۀ راى چترمن سکسىنه کاىسته ؛ تصحىح و تنقىح، بکوشش چندر شىکهر Akhbār al-navādir, maʻrūf bih Chahār gulshan nivishtah-ʼi Rāy Chaturman Saksīnah Kāyastʹh ; taṣḥīḥ va tanqīḥ, bi-kūshish-i Chandar Shīkʹhar In Persian; introduction also in English 16, 384, 47 unnumbered, xxxix pages : facsimiles Rai Chaturman’s Chahar Gulsan, an acccount of India from ancient times to the reign of the Mughal emperor Ahmad Shah II, is also a rich source on eighteenth century economic and socio-cultural history.Modelled on the ‘Ain -e- Akbari, and anticipating nineteenth century British gazettes, this work provides a variety of information on the revenue receipts from the Mughal provinces,saints,agricultural produce and textiles, price, weights and measures, and on the European wares that had begun to appear in the Indian market.Rai Chaturman, who also describes his travels in the Deccan, was a close observer of topography, giving details of riverline routes.He provides road maps, especially of the high roads from delhi to the imperial provinces on every direction highlighting cities of importance, waterbodies-rivers, canals, riverlets, wells, military encampment as well as traders temporary shelters and places of halt like carvanserais, and places of refreshment i.e gardens etc.
Symbols of Authority in Medieval Islam: history, religion, and Muslim legitimacy in the Delhi Sultanate. Symbols of Authority in Medieval Islam: history, religion, and Muslim legitimacy in the Delhi Sultanate. Auer, Blain H. xix,237p photos. maps Viva Books 2013(12) 3,868円 Islamic leadership -- Delhi (Sultanate) -- Historiography (Indian ed.) With the execution of the Abbasid caliph in Al-Musta'sim in 1258, Sunni authority and legitimacy in Baghdad began to disintegrate, and the recently established Delhi Sultanate became a new focus for the development of Muslim societies amidst a global shift in Islamic authority. Here Blain Auer investigates the ways three historians living in India during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, Minhaj Siraj Juzjani, Ziya' al-Din Barani and al-Din Siraj 'Afif, narrated the religious values of Muslim sovereigns through the process of history writing.
Islam and the State in Myanmar: Muslim-Buddhist relations and the politics of belonging. Islam and the State in Myanmar: Muslim-Buddhist relations and the politics of belonging. Crouch, Melissa (ed.) xix,345p. OUP 2016 3,479円 Islam and state -- Relations -- Buddhism -- Burma This volume explores the relation between Islam and the state in Buddhist-majority Myanmar from both an empirical and a comparative perspective. It provides an informed response to contemporary issues facing the Muslim communities of Myanmar, furthering knowledge of the interaction between state institutions, government policies, and society past and the present.
The Ocean of Churn: how the Indian Ocean shaped human history. The Ocean of Churn: how the Indian Ocean shaped human history. Sanyal, Sanjeev xiii,297p map Penguin Random House India 2016 2,323円 Indian Ocean Region -- India -- History The book narrated the history of The Indian Ocean, which stretches across East Africa, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent to South East Asia and Australia. In the book, Sanyal narrates a fascinating tale about the earliest human migrations out of Africa and the great cities of Angkor and Vijayanagar, medieval Arab empires and Chinese treasure fleets, the rivalries of European colonial powers and a new dawn. The book offers exciting revelation while exploring remote archaeological sites, ancient inscriptions, maritime trading networks and half-forgotten oral histories.
Tarikh-i-Sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah. Tarikh-i-Sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah. Parveen, Zereena (ed.) 53p(en)+395p(per.) Dilli Kitab Ghar 2015 1,391円 Qutb Shahi dynasty -- Hyderabad (India) -- Genealogy -- History Sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah, Sultan of Golkunda; political events, religious ceremonies and social situation prevalent in Hyderabad (India) during that period. Persian text edited from the manuscript in Nastaliq script depicting the reign of the Qutb Shahi rulers.
Conquest and Community: the afterlife of warrior saint Ghazi Miyan. Conquest and Community: the afterlife of warrior saint Ghazi Miyan. Amin, Shahid xxi,327p maps, ils. Orient BlackSwan 2016(15) 3,868円 Sayyid Sālār Masʻūd G̲h̲āzī, 1014-1032 -- Cult -- Muslim saints -- India -- Uttar Pradesh -- Biography Few topics in South Asian history are as contentious as that of the Turkic conquest of the Indian subcontinent that began in the twelfth century and led to a long period of Muslim rule. How is a historian supposed to write honestly about the bloody history of the conquest without falling into communitarian traps? Conquest and Community is Shahid Amin's answer. Covering more than eight hundred years of history, the book centers on the enduringly popular saint Ghazi Miyan, a youthful soldier of Islam whose shrines are found all over India. Amin details the warrior saint’s legendary exploits, then tracks the many ways he has been commemorated in the centuries since. The intriguing stories, ballads, and proverbs that grew up around Ghazi Miyan were, Amin shows, a way of domesticating the conquest—recognizing past conflicts and differences but nevertheless bringing diverse groups together into a community of devotees. What seems at first glance to be the story of one mythical figure becomes an allegory for the history of Hindu-Muslim relations over an astonishingly long period of time, and a timely contribution to current political and historical debates.
Maasir-i-Nizami.  ed. by Zareena Parveen Maasir-i-Nizami. ed. by Zareena Parveen Lala Mansa Ram lxix(en),173p(per) Dilli Kitab Ghar 2015 1,391円 Deccan (India) -- History -- Asaf Jah, Nizamul Mulk, 1671-1748 ماءاثر نظامى لاله منسارام Maʼās̲ir-i Niẓāmī Lālah Mansārām ; eḍīṭar, Zarīnah Parvīn lxix: Introduction & Idex in English, 5-184p: Persian text "Maasir-i Nizami is an important Persian manuscript documenting the history of Deccan, the former Hyderabad State. This text of early modern period is written by Lala Mansaram ... his father and his grandfather served three generations of Asaf Jah-I, starting from his grandfather Nizam-ul-Mulk Khwaja Abid Khan. Because of this close association between the two families, Mansaram's memoirs of Nizam-ul-Mulk Asaf Jah-I, as well as the history of Deccan during that period is insightful and authentic. The manuscript bears the testimony of Asaf Jah's military genius, political acumen, administrative and economic policies and his liberal secular mentality."--Foreword.
Forging Islamic Power and Place: the legacy of Shaykh Daud bin 'Abd Allah al-Fatani in Mecca and Southeast Asia. Forging Islamic Power and Place: the legacy of Shaykh Daud bin 'Abd Allah al-Fatani in Mecca and Southeast Asia. Bradley, Francis R. x,212p maps U. of Hawaii Press 2016 8,268円 Islam -- Muslim scholars -- Southeast Asia -- History This work charts the nineteenth-century rise of a vast network of Islamic scholars stretching across Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean to Arabia. Francis Bradley analyses the role of the vibrant Patani knowledge network in the formation of Islamic institutions of learning in Southeast Asia. He makes use of a range of sources, including official colonial documents, traveller accounts, missionary writings, and handwritten manuscripts.
Akhbar al-Akhyar fi Asrar al-Abrar.  ed. by 'Alim Ashraf Khan Akhbar al-Akhyar fi Asrar al-Abrar. ed. by 'Alim Ashraf Khan Mohaddeth Dehlavi, 'Abd al-Haqq bn Sayf al-Din (958-1052 h.q.) 686p. Anjoman-e Athar va Mokhafer-e Farhangi 2005 3,099円 Saints -- Islamic -- India اخبار الاخيار فى اسرار الابرار عبد الحق محدث دهلوى ؛ تصحيح و توضيح عليم اشرف خان Akhbār al-akhyār fī asrār al-abrār ʻAbd al-Ḥaqq Muḥaddis̲ Dihlavī ; taṣḥīḥ va tawz̤īḥ-i ʻAlīm Ashraf Khān [Best words on secrets of saints]
Persian Authorship and Canonicity in Late Mughal Delhi: building an ark. Persian Authorship and Canonicity in Late Mughal Delhi: building an ark. Keshavmurthy, Prashant xi,177p. Routledge 2016 22,271円 Bīdil, ʻAbd al-Qādir, 1644 or 1645-1720 or 1721 -- Criticism and interpretation -- Persian author -- India Writing in the 18th century, the Persian-language litterateurs of late Mughal Delhi were aware that they could no longer take for granted the relations of Persian with Islamic imperial power, relations that had enabled Persian literary life to flourish in India since the tenth century C.E. Persian Authorship and Canonicity in Late Mughal Delhi situates the diverse textual projects of 'Abd al-Qadir Bidil and his students within the context of politically threatened but poetically prestigious Delhi, exploring the writers' use of the Perso-Arabic and Hindavi literary canons to fashion their authorship.
History of the Rise of the Mahomedan Power in India till the year A.D. 1612. History of the Rise of the Mahomedan Power in India till the year A.D. 1612. Mahomed Kasim Ferishta 4 vols. Atlantic Pub. & Dist. 2016(1908) 15,817円 Mogul Empire -- India -- History History of the rise of the Mahomedan power in India : till the year A.D. 1612 : translated from the original Persian of Mahomed Kasim Ferishta/ Muḥammad Qāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī Firishtah; tr. by John Briggs [Tārīkh-i Firishtah]
The Mansabdari System and the Mughul Army. The Mansabdari System and the Mughul Army. Aziz, Abdul xxiv,242p Idarah-i Adabiyatr-i Delli 2016(1972) 1,987円 Mughal Empire -- Politics and government -- Nobility -- History The Mughal mansabdârî system, developed by Akbar, involved the assignment of positions to military leaders according to the number of troops they could provide in the event of war. Military officers were paid cash salaries or given an estate (jagir) to administer and from which to collect revenue.
The Mughal Nobility: two political biographies. The Mughal Nobility: two political biographies. Khan, Iqtidar Alam xvi,78p+188p Permanent Black 2016 3,953円 Kamran, Mirza, 1508?-1557 -- Munʻim Khan, 1497-1575 -- Nobility -- Mogul Empire -- Biography Mirza Kamran (blinded and deported to Mecca in 1553) and Mun‘im Khan (d. 1575), whose political biographies this volume carries, are known for their prominent roles in the early Mughal state, over the time it was struggling to consolidate itself over North India.
Essays in Medieval Delhi. Essays in Medieval Delhi. Kumar, Nirmal (ed.) xxiv,391p Research India Press 2015 4,968円 Delhi (Sultanate) -- Mughal empire -- History The volume examines the Delhi of the medieval period of history and poses questions to understand its significance at various times. The essays cover Delhi as the Chishti Sufi centre, Delhi as viewed by medieval historians of the region in the thirteenth-fourteenth centuries, and the architectural wealth of the place such as the Lodi-era funerary architecture and the capital city Shahjahanabad.
Lovers of God: Sufism and the politics of Islam in medieval India. Lovers of God: Sufism and the politics of Islam in medieval India. Aquil, Raziuddin 210p. Manohar 2017 3,556円 Sufism -- Islam and politics -- India -- History -- 13th century This book addresses some of the fiercely contested issues about religion and politics in medieval India, especially with regard to the crucial presence of Sufis who styled themselves as friends and lovers of God. Enjoying widespread veneration even in situations of hostility with regard to Islam and Muslims in general, Sufis are central to an understanding of religious interactions and community relations historically. The chapters included in the book can be read as stand-alone pieces focussing on some of the most fascinating as well as contentious themes in medieval Indian history-subjects and issues which are otherwise either left untouched by historians because of their sensitive nature from the point of view of modern day secularism or abused by interested parties in their communal propaganda. When read as a monograph, the volume as a whole attempts to combat all kinds of intellectual absurdities, which mar our understating of the place of Islam in medieval Indian history, especially the significant presence of Sufis who were devoted to the love of God and service to humanity. Historiographically important issues which are also topical in these times of interdependence of religion and politics- the latter exploiting religion for legitimacy and justification of violence, and religion needing political support for expansion and imposition on the gullible - have been dealt in detail, neither bounded by a particular ideology nor by identity politics with its separate blinkers.
Beyond Trade: Cultural Roots of India's Ocean. Beyond Trade: Cultural Roots of India's Ocean. Ray, Himashu Prabha x,244p ills. maps Aryan Book Int'l 2016 3,868円 Indian Ocean Region -- Antituities -- Commerce -- History The book reorients the reader from the conventional linear construct of maritime history as control of trade networks and domination to looking at the reality of constant cultural transfer and transmission within the domain of the Indian Ocean world.

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