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religious policy of the Mughal emperors.

Sri Ram Sharma

religious policy of the Mughal emperors.

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Published by Asia Publishing House .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed.-Oxford U.P.,1940.

The Physical Object
Pagination191p.,23cm
Number of Pages191
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19217902M


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religious policy of the Mughal emperors. by Sri Ram Sharma Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Mughal State could not be called a theocracy, for Islam did not set up an organized church, recognize a system of ordained priests or establish a hierarchy of religious officials. The emperors, however, called themselves agents of Islam; this left a very wide margin of freedom to them, both in theory and in by:   Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t7hq9c19c Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi.

About the Book The historians have variously described the nature of the Mughal State in India. Description that the Mughal rule was oriental despotism that it had a divine origin which invested the Mughal emperors with Divine Rights, have only raised the dust of controversy about the religious policy of the Mughal emperors.

In this present study, in which the author has. About the Book: The historians have variously described the nature of the Mughal State in India. Description that the Mughal rule was oriental despotism that it had a divine origin which invested the Mughal emperors with Divine Rights, have only raised the dust of controversy about the religious policy of the Mughal emperors.

"A systematic attempt has been made to study the religious policy of the Mughal emperors from the original records of their region." (jacket)No. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller ADVERTISEMENTS: Historians and thinkers have given conflicting views regarding the religious policy followed by the Mughal rulers.

The matter has been made so complex, that it is not possible to sift facts. However one may try to be objective, one’s vision still remains coloured according to one’s prejudiced approach on account of the influence exercised [ ].