Author: Irfan Habib
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Shouvik Mukhopadhyay
Publisher: National Book Trust
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788123758657
The period spanning 600 AD to 1750 AD is perceived as the long phase of India's transition from the ancient to the immediately pre-colonial times.
This book tells the story of medieval India, a defining and eventful chapter in the making of its cultural and political history. It is a period marked by a multiplicity of states, spread of urbanization, foreign invasions, growth of science and technology, achievements in literature and philosophy as well as consolidation of the subcontinent.
Drawing upon primary materials, archival records, historical narratives and accounts of travelers and European commercial records, the book is an authoritative introduction to this era.
EARLY MEDIEVAL INDIA, 600 - 1200
INDIA UNDER THE SUKTANATES, 1200 - 1500
Polity, Economy, Society
Science and Learning
MUGHAL INDIA, 1500 - 1750
T he Mughal Empire
Science and Technology
Living in Mughal Times