2 edition of THE TABAQĀT-I-AKBARĪ (English translation) found in the catalog.
THE TABAQĀT-I-AKBARĪ (English translation)
Bibliotheca Indica: A Collection of Oriental Works, Work Number: 225, Vol. II, Printed at the Baptist Mission Press, Published by the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1 Park Street, Calcutta, 1936.
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About the Edition. This Fascicle 2 of Vol. 1 (Work No. ) starts from p. (Sultān Firoz Shāh) and ends with Sultān Ibrāhīm at p. At the start of this volume, a note dated September by the translator (into English of Khwajah Nizamuddin Ahmad's original work in Persian) reads: (Quote) "For reasons, which it is not necessary to mention here, my Pages: Bibliotheca Indica.
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