History and Politics in Parthasarathy's Play Aurangzeb
- Preface. Michell, George // Marg: A Magazine of the Arts;1986, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p2
A preface for the March 1986 issue of "MÃ¡rg: A Magazine of the Arts" is presented.
- Strangers' Gaze: Mughal Harem and European Travellers of the Seventeenth Century. Anjum, Faraz // Pakistan Vision;Jun2011, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p70
The article discusses the representation of Indian women by European travellers during the Mughal Empire in the 17th century. It highlights the meaning of Mughal harem which has been generally depicted by foreigners as a place of exotic curiosity. It emphasizes the deficiencies of European...
- Weighty Matter. DORFMAN, JOHN // Art & Antiques;May2010, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p28
The article discusses the activities and concerns of the warrior class of medieval India, with information on, and a depiction of, a wrestler's weight called a "nal," made of black basalt stone and used in the Decca region of southern India in the 17th century.
- Mughal Bhakti, A Response. Hawley, John Stratton // Journal of Hindu Studies;May2013, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p73
An introduction is presented in which the author discusses various essays within the issue on topics including the literature of Mughal-bhakti India, the two-way dialogical literature of the early modern period and the history of Hindi literature.
- Storming the last Hindu Fortress. Leong, Jeffrey Say Seck // Military History;Feb99, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p58
Presents information on how the army of Mogul Emperor Akbar captured the Sesodias of Mewar in through the fortress of Chitor, the last Hindu fortress in 1567. Meaning of the fire in Chitor Garh the fort of Chitor; Siege of the fort on February 23, 1568; Biography of Akbar.
- BOMBAY: CITY OF GOLD. Tindall, Gillian // History Today;May82, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p15
Recounts historical events pertaining to the occupation of Bombay, India, by Great Britain in 1660. Way in which the island became a British colony; Background on the East Indian Co.; Information on Gerald Aungier, founding father of Bombay.
- The Mughal Jades of India. Nigam, M. L. // Marg: A Magazine of the Arts;1983, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p76
The article discusses the history of jade carving in India. Owing to the similarities between mogul jades and Persian metalware, a number of historians believe that jade carving in India began during the rulership of Shah Jahan. However, the author postulates that jade carving preceded this...
- Glimpses of Muslim Architecture in India. Nath, R. // Marg: A Magazine of the Arts;1983, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p84
The article discusses Islamic influences to early Indian architecture. This paper begins with a brief discussion of the history of Islamic architecture, followed by a recount of the introduction of Islamic architecture in India after Muslim invasion. The evolution of Indian architecture as...
- Mughal Carpets. Das, Syamali // Marg: A Magazine of the Arts;1983, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p102
The article discusses Islamic influences to Indian carpets. Historical evidences suggest that the art of carpet weaving was introduced to India by Muslim emperors. The chronicler of King Akbar, Abul Fazl, wrote that the king ordered the creation of Mughal carpet looms at Fatehpur Sikri, Agra and...