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Noor Jahan - the life and times

£35.50

Product description

This book is prepared based on the life and times of
Noor Jahan mainly on the basis of the contemporary chronicles.
Besides them an attempt is made to tap all the available material on the
subject. The contemporary European works and the writings of
the later historians have also been fully consulted and analysed.
The personality of Noor Jahan has been shrouded in the mist
of legends and romantic tales. Although they have found place in
sober historics, yet they are the result of the speculations of the
human mind. It is unfortunate that such speculations started within
half a century of her death. Authors have tried to sift out the historical
personality of Noor Jahan out of the heap of such historically
unsound tales and present the personality of the Empress in its true
perspective.

Condition of book: First edition 1967; hard back, with dust jacket in Fair condition i.e., Creases, small chips and tears, and rubbing along all edges of jacket. tanning on first few pages, unprotected edges

Item details

Author(s):
Mohammad Shujauddin; Razia Shujauddin
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1967
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
146
Publisher:
Lahore, Caravan Book House

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This book is prepared based on the life and times of
Noor Jahan mainly on the basis of the contemporary chronicles.
Besides them an attempt is made to tap all the available material on the
subject. The contemporary European works and the writings of
the later historians have also been fully consulted and analysed.
The personality of Noor Jahan has been shrouded in the mist
of legends and romantic tales. Although they have found place in
sober historics, yet they are the result of the speculations of the
human mind. It is unfortunate that such speculations started within
half a century of her death. Authors have tried to sift out the historical
personality of Noor Jahan out of the heap of such historically
unsound tales and present the personality of the Empress in its true
perspective.

Condition of book: First edition 1967; hard back, with dust jacket in Fair condition i.e., Creases, small chips and tears, and rubbing along all edges of jacket. tanning on first few pages, unprotected edges

Author(s):
Mohammad Shujauddin; Razia Shujauddin
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1967
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
146
Publisher:
Lahore, Caravan Book House

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