References

I am starting this page in response to many requests for original sources: this is a very busy half of the year for me, so apologies to all those who sent me the requests. I will try to add on more references as I find time.

A first useful online resource is found here :

http://persian.packhum.org/persian/

The following volumes in this collection are a good starting point. I have used also some pre-Islamic Indic sources,  and modern archaeological sources which I will add later. Note that some of these separate texts are also found as part of Eliott and Dowson megavolume – The History of India (as told by its own histroians).
A History of Sind
A History of Sind, Volume II, Translated from Persian Books by Mirza Kalichbeg Fredunbeg
A Narrative of Transsactions in Bengal
An Abridged Translation of the History of Tabaristan
History of the Origin and Progress of the Sicks
Memoirs of Humayun
Neshani Hyduri
Practical Philosophy of the Muhammedan People
Ta-ri-h-i Sind The History of Sind Ta-ri-h-i Sind
The Ain-i-Akbari
The Akbarnama of Abu Fazl
The Anecdotes of Aurangzeb
The Autobiographical Memoirs of Timur (Stewart)
The Bahktyar Nama
The Chachnamah
The Description of the Province of Fars in Persia
The Geographical Part of the Nuzhat-al-Qulub
The History of Asafu’d Daulah, a Translation of Tafzihu’l Ghafilin
The History of India – The mega volume of Eliott and Dowson.
The History of the Life of Nader Shah
The History of the Moghuls
The History of the Rise of Mohammedan Power in India
The Humayun-namah
The Jawamiul-Hikayat wa Lawamiur-Riwayat
The Khaza’inul Futuh (Treasures of Victory)
The Kitab-i-Yamini of Al Utbi
The Lament of Baba Tahir
The Lawaih: a Treatise on Sufism
The Letters from a Sufi Teacher
The Life of Hafiz ool-Moolk (Elliott)
The Life of Sheikh Mohammed Ali Hazin
The Memoirs of Babur
The Memoirs of Eradut Khan
The Memoirs of Jahangueir (Price)
The Memoirs of Jahangueir (Rogers)
The Memoirs of Khojeh Abdulkurreem
The Mir’at-i Ahmadi (The Political and Statistical History of Gujarat)The Muntakhabu-rukh
The Mysorean Revenue Regulations
The Practical Philosophy of the Muhammadan People
The Rauzat-us-Safa (Rehatsek)
The Riyazu-s-Salatin
The Rukawat-i-Alamgiri (Letters of Aurungzebe)
The Seir Mutaqherin
The Shahnama of Firdausi
The Shajrat ul Atrak
The Sikandar Nama,e Bara

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PLEASE DO NOT FORGET THE KITAB-I-YAMINI WHICH CAN BE FOUND ON THE INTERNET. YOU CAN SEE FROM IT WHAT KINDS OF TRIBALS ENTERED INTO KASHMIR. IT IS VERY PAINFUL TO READ.


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