Description:- , About The Author:- Dr. Abolghasem Dadvar born on 28th February, 1963 at Neishabour (Khurasan), teaches in Az-Zahra University, Tehran. He is also visiting teacher in Tarbiat Muallem University. Dr. Dadvar was trained in Archaeology in Tehran. He was Chairman of Handicraft' Department and deputy in administration and financial affairs of Arts, faculty in Az-Zahra University. His Ph.D is from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Dr. Dadvar Published several papers in Iran. During his stay in India in 1995-1998, he has also given seminars on safavid-Mughal history., Contents:- Acknowledgements ? Abbreviations of References ? Abbreviations of Tables and Graphs ? Abbreviations of Reasons and Contexts of Migration ? System of Transliteration ? List of Tables ? List of Graphs ? List of Maps ? Introduction ? Relations between the Mughal Rulers and the Safavids ? Iranians in Mughal Politics and Administration ? Poets as Administrators ? Scholars, artists and Physicians in Administration ? Iranian Poets in Mughal culture ? Scholars, Sufis and Darvishes ? Artists, Craftsmen and People with Diverse Skills ? Iranian Traders and Iranian Travellers ? Conclusion ? Appendix ? Bibliography ? Index., About The Book:- Historians Have Taken Into Account The Iranians Presence In 17Th Century India In The Context Of Their Studies Of The Mughal State And Its Apparatus. They Do Not, However, Examine In Depth The Iranians Share In The Formation Of This Apparatus. Many Key Questions Pertaining To The Migration Of The Iranians In Mughal India Remain Unclear. This Book Examines The Regions Of Iran Wherefrom The Migrants Came, The Type Of The People Who Migrated To India And The Place Where They Finally Settled. A Major Concern Of The Present Work Is To Study And Highlight The Reasons And Factors That Determined The Iranians Migration To India. Why Did Iranians People Migrate To India, Why Not To Central Asia? What Were The Factors Which Influenced And Shaped The Mughal Policy Towards The Iranian Nobility? Was It Guided By The Interests Of The Mughal State? If Yes, To What Extent? Did Religion Exert Any Influence On The Migration Of Iranians Into India, And Or On Their Relationship With The Indian Mughal Rulers? The Book Is An Attempt To Answer These Questions. The Study Is Based On A Large Number Of Sources, Including Persian Chronicles And Tazkiras, Both Iranian And Indian, And European Accounts And Travelogues., About The Author:- Dr. Abolghasem Dadvar Born On 28Th February, 1963 At Neishabour (Khurasan), Teaches In Az-Zahra University, Tehran. He Is Also Visiting Teacher In Tarbiat Muallem University. Dr. Dadvar Was Trained In Archaeology In Tehran. He Was Chairman Of Handicraft' Department And Deputy In Administration And Financial Affairs Of Arts, Faculty In Az-Zahra University. His Ph.D Is From Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Dr. Dadvar Published Several Papers In Iran. During His Stay In India In 1995-1998, He Has Also Given Seminars On Safavid-Mughal History., Content:- Acknowledgements ? Abbreviations Of References ? Abbreviations Of Tables And Graphs ? Abbreviations Of Reasons And Contexts Of Migration ? System Of Transliteration ? List Of Tables ? List Of Graphs ? List Of Maps ? Introduction ? Relations Between The Mughal Rulers And The Safavids ? Iranians In Mughal Politics And Administration ? Poets As Administrators ? Scholars, Artists And Physicians In Administration ? Iranian Poets In Mughal Culture ? Scholars, Sufis And Darvishes ? Artists, Craftsmen And People With Diverse Skills ? Iranian Traders And Iranian Travellers ? Conclusion ? Appendix ? Bibliography ? Index.
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