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2 edition of history of Muslim rule in Kashmir, 1320-1819 by R.K. Parmu. found in the catalog.

history of Muslim rule in Kashmir, 1320-1819 by R.K. Parmu.

Radha Krishan Parmu

history of Muslim rule in Kashmir, 1320-1819 by R.K. Parmu.

by Radha Krishan Parmu

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Published by People"s Pub. House in Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kashmir -- History,
  • Muslims -- India.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS485 K2 P37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination544p.
    Number of Pages544
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21887003M

    "Hindu Rulers, Muslim Subjects" covers the macro historical, social, religious, and political highlights in Kashmir from about to It is a fascinating view into a world far distant but fearfully close as two modern nuclear armed adversaries seek domination over the mystical lands of Kashmir.5/5(4). As this book went to press, the leaders of Pakistan and India had agreed in principle to abandon their claim to the other portion of Kashmir. However, militant attacks on soldiers, civilians and domestic tourists continued throughout Travellers should be aware of the ongoing security risks in Kashmir and plan accordingly.

    A History of Kashmir: Political-Social-Cultural from the Earliest Times to the Present Day / Bamzai, P.N.K. The History of Kashmiri Literature / Ahmad, Mir Shabir.   Folk Etymology According to folk etymology, the name "Kashmir" means "desiccated land" (from the Sanskrit: “Ka” is water and “shimeera” = desiccate). In the Rajatarangini, a history of Kashmir written by Kalhana in the midth century, it is stated that the valley of Kashmir was formerly a lake. According to Hindu mythology, the lake was drained by the great rishi or sage, Kashyapa.

      “Men were intolerant, depraved and vicious, and women were no better than they could make of them,” Dr R K Parmu writes in A History of Muslim Rule in Kashmir () explaining how Lal Ded’s poetry ripped the society apart. “The people were generally made to believe in occultism, in magic, in stocks and stones, in springs, in. Original documents on Muslim rule in Kashmir / Radha Krishna Parma. Role of the Damaras in medieval Kashmir / Bhakat Prasad Muzumdar. Advent of Islam / Jia Lal Kilam. Sultan Zain-Al-Abiden of Kashmir () / R.K. Parmu. Spread of Islam / Jia Lal Kilam. Muslims / G.L. Kaul. A Survey of Mogul rule in Kashmir / Jia Lal.


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History of Muslim rule in Kashmir, 1320-1819 by R.K. Parmu by Radha Krishan Parmu Download PDF EPUB FB2

R. Parmu: A history of Muslim rule in Kashmir, – xv, pp., map [in end-pocket]. Delhi, etc.: People's Publishing House, Rs. - Volume 33 Author: Simon Digby.

A history of Muslim rule in Kashmir, Kalhana Kash Kaul Khanqah kharwars king Kishtwar Ladakh Lahore leaders Magre mentions Mirza Haidar Dughlat Mughal Muhammad Khan Mulla Muslim Nizam-ud-din and Firishta Nur-ud-din Nurbakhshiya Pandit pargana Pathan Persian chroniclers A History of Muslim Rule in Kashmir, Author: R.

Get this from a library. A history of Muslim rule in Kashmir. [R K Parmu]. Parmu, R.A history of Muslim rule in Kashmir,by R. Parmu People's Pub. Available in the National History of Muslim rule in Kashmir of Australia collection.

Author: Parmu, R. K., ; Format: Book; xiv, p. facsims., fold. map (in pocket) 22 cm. As a direct route between Kashmir and Kabul, all traffic passed by this doute during the Pathan rule of Kashmir ().

Under Muslim rulers this route had a tremendous in- fluence on the political and cultural history of Kashmir. Sikh and Dogra Rule. In the valley of Kashmir was conquered by Ranjit Singh, the Sikh ruler of the Punjab, who retained control of the region until However he had given the surrounding lands in fief, including Jammu, to a Dogra Hindu, Raja Gulab History of Muslim rule in Kashmir.

A History of Budshah in Kashmir: Tarikh-e-Budshahi Muhammad-ud-din Fouq Translator by Ghulam Hassan Shah Rs Rs 16 % off A History of Muslim Rule in Kashmir (sec Dr R K Parmu Rs Rs 16 % off.

The beginning of Muslim rule In A.D. the foundations of Muslim rule were laid in Kashmir when Rianchin Shah, a Tibetan, embraced Islam and adopted the Muslim name of Sadruddin. After his death Shahmir of Swat who adopted the name of Shamsuddin became the first Sultan of Kashmir.

“The establishment of Shah Mir on the throne of Kashmir was File Size: KB. Kashmir: A Historical Background The valley of Kashmir, eulogised as „the paradise on Earth‟, is surrounded by mountains. The people of Kashmir consider these mountains as their guardian and protector, who allowed various religions and cultures to come into the valley and settle down there.

One after the other, KashmirFile Size: KB. CHAPTER SEVEN Sikh Rule ( ) The Sikh period of Kashmir history has been generally painted black by the chroniclers, who have definite sectarian overtones in their assessment of the period. But, the fact remains that the Sikhs gave Kashmir a better government than the Afghans.

Records Young Husband, "The Sikhs who succeeded the Arghans were not so barbarically cruel, but they were hard. R.K. Parmu, "A History Of Muslim Rule In Kashmir " () pp [Aftermath of the Kashgari Moghul invasion of Kashmir, which ended in May ] "The departure of the Kashgharis was followed by acute economic crisis mainly caused by the savage destruction of men and the means of production by them.

Still the farmers lost no effort and time to grow foodstuffs. A History of Muslim Rule in Kashmir (sec Dr R K Parmu Rs Rs 16 % off A Journey from Peking to Kashmir: News from Tartar. R.K. Parmu, "A History Of Muslim Rule In Kashmir " () p "During the last three years of Ali Shah’s reign, Kashmir suffered the effects of a devastating famine and fire.

The famine was caused in by a very early, heavy snow-fall when paddy was still standing in the fields. Rinchana converted to Islam after coming into contact with Sayyid Sharfudin, a Sufi preacher generally known as Bulbul Shah, who had come to Kashmir during the rule of Suhadeva.

Rinchana changed his name to Sultan Sardarudin Shah after converting to Islam and became the first Muslim ruler of Kashmir.

InShah Mir became the first Muslim ruler of Kashmir, inaugurating the Shah Mir dynasty. For the next five centuries, Muslim monarchs ruled Kashmir, including the Mughal Empire, who ruled from untiland the Afghan Durrani Empire, which ruled from until Kashmiri Hindus: Origin and Ethos The broad mosaic of culture woven during the Hindu period of Kashmir history has the potential and inherent strength of standing comparison with any of the ancient world cultures.

PNK Bomzai, History of Kashmir. Parmu R.K. (Dr.), Muslim Rule in Kashmir, P Hasan, Kashmir Under the. After the Shah Mīri dynasty, Kashmir was conquered first by the Mughal Empire and then the Durrani Empire.

Altogether, Muslim rule over Kashmir lasted for five centuries (). This article is originally written by Hassam Munir and published in History. Parmu: A history of Muslim rule in Kashmir, – xv, pp., map [in end-pocket].

Delhi October Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African StudiesAuthor: Manzurul Mannan. The eastern area of Kashmir, comprising the northeastern part of the region (Aksai Chin) has been under the control of China since The predominant religion in the Jammu area is Hinduism in the east and Islam in the west.

Islam is also the main religion in the Kashmir valley and in Author: Subhamoy Das. For the first time in Kashmir’s history (in ), a dress code was promulgated to all Hindus – an Islamic dress code. By this time, lucrative economic positions were in the hands of Hindu stooges of the sultan or the sultan’s own family members.A Survey of the Ancient Hindu Rule The history of Kashmir, as elsewhere in India, begins with the story about the Brahman-Kshatriya alliance, one supporting the other for their common good.

As a result of Mahmud's invasion the Punjab passed into Muslim hands and most of the tribes on the borders of Kashmir embraced Islam. These people even.After the Shah Mīri dynasty, Kashmir was conquered first by the Mughal Empire and then the Durrani Empire.

Altogether, Muslim rule over Kashmir lasted for five centuries ().