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南アジア・東南アジア地域研究

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  書名 著者名 頁数 出版元 刊行年 価格 解説
An Eighteenth Century Agrarian Manual: Yasin's Dastur-i Malguzari. An Eighteenth Century Agrarian Manual: Yasin's Dastur-i Malguzari. Mahmud, S. Hasan (ed. & tr.) xxx,312p+132p(per.) Kitab Bhavan 2000 1,391円 Land value taxation -- India -- History -- Sources An eighteenth century agrarian manual = Yasin's Dastūr-i-mālguz̲āri/ Khwaja Yasin; (tr.) S Hasan Mahmud Persian text & English translation with an introduction An Eighteenth Century Agrarian Manual, The Dastur-i Malguzari, generally known as "Yasin's Glossary of Revenue Terms" has been used by the historians of Mughal agrarian system as well as by the scholars of 18th century India.
Studies in Medieval Deccan History (14th-17th century): Studies in Medieval Deccan History (14th-17th century): Ayub Ali, Syed (ed.) x,278p+xxxvi plates Deccan History Society 2015 3,974円 Deccan (India) -- History Profile: our father / Dr. K.M.A. Nadeem, Dr. M.A. Nadeem, Dr. M.A. Muqeem Unpublished Persian documents of Deccan sultanates (Bahamani, Barid Shahi, Qutb Shahi and Nizam Shahi) of grants to Sufi saints / Syed Illiyas Hashmi Unpublished Adil Shahi Persian documents of land grants to Sufi saints of 16th century / Aziz Bano The foundation of Hyderabad and other aspects : gleanings from the Persian manuscript Tarikh-i sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah (1612-1626) / Zareena Parveen Rare unpublished Persian manuscript of medieval Deccan from Salar Jung Museum / Rehmat Ali Khan Two new private sources throwing light on Portuguese - Bijapur relations in mid 17th century / Teutonico R. de Souza The Chaukhandi at Ashtur, outside Bidar : a Bahamani period saintly funerary complex / Helen Philon Monuments and Islamic calligraphy under the Adil Shahi sultanate of Bijapur 916th - 17th century) / G.S. Khwaja Persian influence on illustrated manuscripts with special influence to the Deccan / Ahmed Ali European tendency and influence in the Deccan miniature paintings of women / B. Lavanya The enduring appeal of Qutb Shahi architecture : synthesis in the Deccan / Sajjad Shahid Shorapur Doab : its archaeological remains of the Bahamani and Adil Shahi periods (13th to 17th centuries) / K. Paddayya New light on the memorial sculptures from Hampi of Vijayanagara empire / R.M. Shadakshariah UNESCO world heritage states for monuments of the Deccan sultanates : potential, problems, and procedure & path ahead / Shobha Vasanta Qasbas in 17th century Maharashtra state / Sumitra Kulkarni Water management under the Bahamanis and the Baridis / Shiv Kumar Uppe Continuities in the sacred landscape of Ellora-Khuldabad and the Ghrishneshwara temple : a single social historical complex / Pushkar Sohoni Deccan sultanates and composite culture : a case study of Maharashtra (14th - 17th century) / G.T. Kulkarni Royal costumes of Qutb Shahi rulers of Golconda / Fatima Bilgrami Hazrat Husain Shah Wali : a link between spiritual and political traditions of the age / Salma Ahmed Farooqui Dakhni : a prime indicator of cultural confluence / Shugufta Shaheen Nizami and Khusrau, the role models of Bijapur poets / Abdul Gani Imaratwale / Food culture in Adil Shahi sultanate of Bijapur during the 16th and 17th centuries / Kiran Jadhav Iran-Qutb Shahi relations during the Savafid period (based on the original Persian diplomatic correspondence) / Syed Ayub Ali Cordial relations between Bijapur and Ahmadnagar kingdoms, 16th - 17th century / Abdul Aziz Rajput Mughal silver coin hoard from Chiklohal, Malegaon, Maharashtra state : circulation pattern of Mughal currency / Danish Moin Three Mughal mint cities in the Deccan : Burhanpur, Ahmadnagar, and Aurangabad (17th century) / M. Kalra The 'Deccan' in history : the English East India Company and its trade relations with Bijapur / Radhika Seshan Transmission of medical and scientific knowledge among Indian Sufis (prototype saint - physicians) / Syed Mujahid Khan Development of sword in the Deccan / P. Suresh Industrial craft-products and centres of Golconda in 17th century / Nadra Ashfaque Kakatiya vestiges at Bidar fort / P. Anuradha Reddy
Revisiting the History of Medieval Rajasthan: Revisiting the History of Medieval Rajasthan: Bhardwaj, S.B., R.P. Bahuguna & M. Kumar (ed.) xi,348p Primus Books 2018(17) 6,415円 India -- Rajasthan -- History -- 1000-1765 This collection of essays encapsulates recent trends in exploring the history of Rajasthan envisioning medieval Rajasthan as not just the present geographical spread of the state but situating it within the larger landscape extending up to Central Asia.
The Spinning World: a global history of cotton textiles, 1200-1850 The Spinning World: a global history of cotton textiles, 1200-1850 Riello, Giorgio & Prasannan Parthasarathi (ed.) xvi,490p ills. Primus Books 2012(09) 6,978円 Cotton manufacture -- History Ranging from China and Japan, to Europe, the Ottoman Empire, South-East Asia, and East and West Africa, the essays in this volume explore the global exchange and use of cotton textiles in the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic worlds, as well as the impact of Indian cotton on local consumption and production systems. Taken together, they provide a wide-ranging picture of cotton cloth in the centuries between 1200 and 1850, as well as a framework which decenters Europe in the pre-modern global order.
Empires Between Islam and Christianity 1500-1800. Empires Between Islam and Christianity 1500-1800. Subrahmanyam, Sanjay xv, 457p Permanent Black 2018 3,953円 Islam -- East and West -- Imperialism -- History A wide-ranging consideration of early modern Muslim and Christian empires, covering the Iberian, Ottoman, and Mughal worlds, including questions of political economy, images and representations, and historiography. 'Empires Between Islam and Christianity, 1500–1800' uses the innovative approach of “connected histories” to address a series of questions regarding the early modern world in the Indian Ocean, the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic. The period between 1500 and 1800 was one of intense inter-imperial competition involving the Iberians, the Ottomans, the Mughals, the British, and other actors. Rather than understand these imperial entities separately, Sanjay Subrahmanyam reads their archives and texts together to show unexpected connections and refractions.

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