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Gupta Empire also had little influence here. The book has been praised by Basham as "a work which no sensible Pakistani or Indian could object to or accuse of undue prejudice"  [ edit ]Book Two: Muslim Rule under the Sultans by M.
Kabir Critique by Philip B. The final chapter deals with administration, society and culture. Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this volume is historiographical rather than historical, since it is part of a series of Pakistan and Muslims since their arrival in the sub-continent.
Despite of the apparent image of "the official Pakistani point of view" intended to be used as textbook for undergraduate students, the volume should have been able to offer more for those who desire more rudimentary knowledge of sultanate period.
He praises the particular aspect of the book as "historigraphical rather than historical". Chapters on Akbar and Aurangzib are the longest and the most revealing. The tone of the book in general is more reasonable and moderate than such earlier publications. Assessment of the Marathas, for example, while unsympathetic is fair to the facts. Rahim et al. It needs further analysis whether the Hindu officials of the Bengal Nawwabs conspired with the East India Company because they were Hindus or because, like Muslim officials, they were simply greedy.
His greater weakness is a complete lack of objectivity". University of Karachi Press. First edition Qureshi, I. University of Karachi.
Ishtiaq Hussain Qureshi
He maintains that although for certain periods Pakistan shares common history with modern day India , there are periods of regional history with local significance that were actually dominated by the events outside the South Asia , especially in Central Asia and Iranian plateau. Dani is not only an expert archaeologist and prehistorian , but also an able Sanskrit scholar with a very important study of Indian palaeography to his credit. Its interest for the non-Pakistani reader lies chiefly in the attempt to find common factors in the ancient culture of what is now Pakistan. Although a great treasure of ancient Buddhist artefacts is discovered, no significant specimen of Mauryan Empire and Mauryan art is to be found in Pakistan. Gupta Empire also had little influence here.
Talk:A Short History of Pakistan
Gupta Empire also had little influence here. The book has been praised by Basham as "a work which no sensible Pakistani or Indian could object to or accuse of undue prejudice"  [ edit ]Book Two: Muslim Rule under the Sultans by M. Kabir Critique by Philip B. The final chapter deals with administration, society and culture.
A SHORT HISTORY OF BY I.H QURESHI EBOOK
Pakistani Ethnocentrism? Edit The refs cited to "Pacific Affairs have" no article nos, or volume nos. The information needs to be verified as the cited sentences look extremely unscholarly and full of intensely racist and derogatory statements, typical to Pakistani Ethnocentrism, which I would not expect out of the scholars. If they are attributed to living people then admin action will be necessary. For now, I ask User:Islescape to provide detailed citations for my checking. I meant provide article no and volume no. The links only work with people who have jstor subscription.
The Struggle for Pakistan
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