Author: Alexander Rogers
Publisher: Munshiram Manoharlal
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8121502632
Emperor Nuru-d-din Jahangir hails from the illustrious Babur family. The memoir writing trend descended to Babur down from his great ancestor, Amir Timur. In spite of his varied preoccupations in battles and other political knottings, Babur had well afforded to roll out his memoirs which outline more vividly as compared to that of his ancestors.
Jahangir kept up to the scene as the Ruling Soul for a long duration of twenty-two years. The incentive of carrying on his memoirs ended in the seventeenth year of his rule for break down in his health after which they were continued by Mu'tamad Khan till the 19th year of Jahangir's power, under his pseudo name. The memoirs were conclusively written out in the narrative of Iqbal-Nama of which Mu'tamad Khan was the distinguished author.
The present Tuzuk-i-Jahangiri or Memoirs of Jahangir gave a lively picture of India in the early decades of the seventeenth century, and are a valuable supplement to the Akbar-nama and other such writings of the time.
From the First to the Twelfth Year of the his Reign
From the Thirteenth to the Beginning of the Nineteenth year of his reign
The Thirteenth New Year’s Feast
The Fourteenth New Year’s Feast from the Auspicious Accession
The Fifteenth New Year’s Feast after the Auspicious Accession
The Sixteenth New Year’s Feast after the Auspicious Accession
The Seventeenth New Year’s Feast after the Auspicious Accession
The Eighteenth New Year’s Feast after the Auspicious Accession
The Nineteenth New Year’s Feast after the Auspicious Accession