The Growth of Civilization in India & Iran

The Growth of Civilization in India & Iran

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Author: Irfan Habib
Editor(s): Irfan Habib
Publisher: Tulika
Year: 2002
Language: English
Pages: 252
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8185229732


This volume originated in papers presented at a panel on the historical relationships between India and Iran organized under the auspicious of the Aligarh Historians Society.

In the natural process of the development of national histories, there is the recurring danger that one's grasp of the past could become so insular that many large movements which could not be restricted to modern territorial boundaries might escape proper attention. The essays in this volume are an effort to explore how much the growth of civilizations in India and Iran owes to what each of these countries has received from the other, and to bring out how much of their history we will miss if we overlook the heritage they share.



A Shared Past by Irfan Habib

India-Iran Contacts in Pre-history
Glimpses of Indo-Iranian Connections in Earliest Times
The Rgveda and the Avesta: A Study of their Religious Trajectories
India, Greece and Iran: A Cultural Triangle
Technological Exchanges between India and Iran in Ancient Medieval Times
The Mughal Empire and the Iranian Diaspora of the Sixteenth Century
Iranian Ideological Influences at Akbar's Court
Iranian Influence on Medieval Indian Architecture
Persian and Mughal Painting: The Fundamental Relationship
Sharing the 'Asiatic Mode'? India and Iran
Global Networks of Exchange, the India Trade and the Mercantile Economy of Safavid Iran
The Message of Iqbal in Persian and Urdu Poetry
Reflections on Cultural Encounters: India and Iran