2 edition of Twilight of the Sultanate found in the catalog.
Twilight of the Sultanate
Kishori Saran Lal
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Kishori Saran Lal|
|LC Classifications||DS485.D3 L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||358 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||358|
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Abdülmecid II was deposed as the last Ottoman Caliph, as was Mustafa Sabri  as the last Ottoman Shaykh al-Islām. The events of the period between after the battle of Panipat and the anti-British uprising that led to the establishment of British sovereignty in India, were marked by power politics and intrigues.
This period of the 'Twilight of the Moghuls' saw the corrosion of power of the descendants of the house of Timur, ultimately confirming their nominal authority to the areas in and around.
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