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International Encyclopaedia of Islamic Dynasties; 45 Volumes / Singh, Nagendra Kumar
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  Book ID : 9739
  ISBN-10 : 81-261-0403-1 / 8126104031
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-261-0403-1 / 9788126104031
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2000 - 2005
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  ccclviii, 10148p., Index, 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

Vol. 1: Afghanistan: Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. The land and the people. 3. The Abbasid dynasty. 4. Afghanistan under Ghazni rule. 5. The Barakazi dynasty. 6. Babar in Kabul (1504-1526). 7. Charid dynasty.

Vol. 2: Afghanistan: Preface. 1. Durram dynasty. 2. Ghaznawids dynasty. 3. The Holakis dynasty. 4. The II-Khan dynasty. 5. Islam and resistance in Afghanistan. 6. Mongols dynasty (A.D. 1218-1506). 7. The Mughal dynasty (A.D. 1504-1747). 8. The Saddozais dynasty. 9. Safawids dynasty. 10. Samanids dynasty. 11. The Seljut dynasty. 12. The Timurids dynasty (1345-1506).

Vol. 3: Africa: Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. African society. 3. The advance of Islam in West Africa. 4. The African Diaspora in Asia. 5. The development of Swahili civilization. 6. East Africa: the expansion of commerce. 7. The impact of the Almoravid movement on the development of Islam in West Africa in the 11 century. 8. Islam in South Africa. 9. Islam in the states of the Savanna. 10. Islam in West Africa. 11. Jihads in West Africa (19 century). 12. North Africa. 13. The Muslim states and empires of North Africa. 14. The rise of Islam and the Arab Empire in North Africa. 15. West Africa. 16. The religion of Court and Commerce (1000-1600). 17. The spread of Islam in Africa to the South of the Sahara. 18. Trade and trade routes in West Africa. 19. West Africa's first contacts with Islam. 20. The Sokoto Caliphate and Borno. 21. The Kingdoms and peoples of Chad. 22. Islam and society in Chechnia: from the late eighteenth to the mid-nineteenth century.

Vol. 4: Algeria-Arab: Preface. Algeria:1. Algeria. Arab: 1. Arab. 2. The Abbasids. 3. Abbasid administration. 4. Abbasid's Caliphs. 5. Abbasid prince. 6. Abbasid singers and poets. 7. Abbullah Ibn Zubair: terror and conquest in the east. 8. Administrative system of the Umayad dynasty. 9. Aghlabids dynasty.

Vol. 5: Arab: Preface. 1. Anglo-Sa'udi relation under Ibn Sa'ud and Hussain rule. 2. Arab conquest of Persia and Egypt. 3. The Arab folk migration in Islamic world. 4. The Arab Kingdom and the Muslim empire. 5. The arrival of the Prophet Mohammad. 6. The beginnings of empire. 7. Beyond politics. 8. Birth of Saudi Arabia. 9. The civil war in Arab. 10. The changing pattern of political relations between the Arab Gulf and the Arab provinces of the Ottoman Empire. 11. Comparison between the Abbasids and Umayyads. 12. The evolution of the Islamic state in Arab. 13. The Fatimids administration. 14. Haroun al-Rashid: the era of Arabian nights. 15. Ibn Sa'ud international policy.

Vol. 6: Arab: Preface. 1. Institution of Khalifa. 2. The Islamisation of Arabia. 3. Jews and Arabs under the Ottoman reign. 4. King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud. 5. Lakhmids dynasty. 6. Muhammad al-Amirs the golden age of the Abbasids. 7. Reform in the Ottoman Empire. 8. The Mirdasids 1023-1079 C.E. 9. Muhammad b. Abdul Wahhab. 10. The Muzyadids 1000-1150 C.E. 11. The period of the rightly guided Galiphs. 12. Political values in Arab. 13. Pre-Islamic Arab.

Vol. 7: Arab-Armenia: Preface. Arab: 1. The holy prophet and prophethood. 2. The prophet and his Government. 3. Rashid dynasty. 4. Restoration of power under Saudi dynasty. 5. Rulers of the Abbasids. 6. Saudi Arabia. 7. The Saudi dynasty. 8. Shaikh Muhammad Ibn Abd Al. Wahhab. 9. Socio-political transformation of Arab. 10. Su'luk and Umayyad dynasty. 11. Territorial conflict under the Al-Saud. 12. Transition from Ottoman territories to Modern Middle East State system. 13. The Umayyad period 660-750 C.E. 14. The Umayyads. 15. Zaid Ibn Khalifah (1871-1908). Armenia: 1. Armenia.

Vol. 8: Bangladesh: Preface. 1. Bangladesh: the land and people. 2. Bangladesh politics: secular and Islamic trends. 3. Bengal and conversion. 4. Mass conversion to Islam: theories and protagonists. 5. The Muslim conquest of Bengal. 6. Trends of Islam in Bangladesh. 7. Early Muslim dynasty. 8. The Abyssian rule. 9. Administration in pre-Mughul period. 10. The Balbani rule. 11. Bengal under Sher Shah and the last Afghan Sultans. 12. Establishment of Muslim rule in Bengal (c. 1202-27 A.D.). 13. Extension of Muslim power in Bengal. 14. The Hussain Shahi dynasty. 15. The Ilyas Shahi dynasty.

Vol. 9: Bangladesh: Preface. 1. Khilji dynasty. 2. Mamluk dynasty. 3. The Portuguese in Bengal. 4. Bengal under Shah Jahan. 5. Alivardi Khan. 6. Humayun and Afghan rule. 7. Banking in Mughal Bengal. 8. Mughal cultural heritage. 9. Mughal culture and diffustion. 10. Mughal Mosques of Dhaka. 11. Mughal revenue system. 12. The rise of Mughal power. 13. General economic conditions under the Nawabs. 14. Suba Bangla: a study of Government under the Mughal imperial system. 15. The last Nawabs of Bengal.

Vol. 10: Bangladesh-Bosnia: Preface. Bangladesh: 1. Mir Jumla in Bengal (1659-1663). 2. Murshid Quli Khan. 3. Muslim monuments of Dhaka. 4. Nawab Sirajuddaula and battle of Palashi. 5. The Nawabs of Dacca. 6. Political conditions under the Nawabs. 7. Social structure under the Nawabs. 8. Shaista Khan and Ibrahim Khan. 9. Siraj-ud-Daulah. 10. Shuja-ud-Din Muhammad Khan. Bosnia: 1. Introduction. 2. Destruction of the Bosnian architectural heritage: an interim report. 3. Four decorated steles: the influence of Islam on Bosnian funerary monuments. 4. Islam and Muslims in Bosnia: two Hirjas and two Fatwas. 5. Islamization of Bosnia. 6. Persian literature in Bosnia-Herzegovina. 7. The penetration and adaptation of Islam in Bosnia (15-19 century).

Vol. 11: China: Preface. 1. Islam: challenge of an ethnic and religious minority. 2. Islam's incompatibility with the Chinese order. 3. Khubilai Khan's rule. 4. Mongolian dynasty (1150-1206). 5. Mongolian Nomadism. 6. The Muslims in the early Yuan dynasty. 7. Muslim merchants in Nan-Hai. 8. Muslim plight under Chinese rule.

Vol. 12: China: Preface. 1. Political thought in Chin-hua under Mongol rule. 2. The resurgence of Islam after the cultural revolution. 3. The role of Islam in China's middle-eastern policy. 4. The rule of the Mongols in China (A.D. 1279-1368). 5. Sino-Muslim Communities. 6. Social structure under Mongol rule (1215-1368). 7. Yuan artistic development under Mongol rule. 8. Yuan politics.

Vol. 13: Egypt: Preface. 1. Introductory outline. 2. Arab conquest of Egypt. 3. Land and people. 4. Bahrid dynasty. 5. The establishment of Islam in Egypt. 6. Egypt and the Muslim world. 7. Fatimid dynasty. 8. Fatimid ruler of Egypt.

Vol. 14: Egypt: Preface. 1. The Fatimid conquest of Egypt. 2. The Fatimid revolution (861-973) and its impact. 3. Foundation of Islam in Egypt. 4. Isma'il rule in Egypt. 5. Judicial document. 6. Mamluk dynasty. 7. The Mamluk rule in Egypt. 8. Mamluk relations with north-east and east Africa. 9. Muslim statesmen. 10. Ottoman dynasty.

Vol. 15: Egypt-Ethiopia: Preface. Egypt: 1. European impact on Islamic dynasty. 2. Mohammed Ali: the climb power, 1801-1811. 3. The modernizing autocrat. 4. Socio-political circumstances under Ottomans rule. 5. Social transformation. 6. The reigns of 'Abbas I and Sa'id, 1848-62. 7. Slave ruler. 8. Stages in the development of Islam. Ethiopia: 1. Introduction. 2. Economic and political scenario. 3. Ethiopia's foreign relations to 1500. 4. Ethiopia: geographical significance. 5. Ethiopia's relations with the Muslim world. 6. The historiography of Islam in Ethiopia. 7. The Mahdist state under Khalifa 'Abdallahi, 1885-1898. 8. The Muslim principalities. 9. Al-Nadjashi. 10. The nile basin and the eastern horn, 1870-1980. 11. The revival of Muslim power in Ethiopia (1468-1543). 12. The revival of the Solomonic monarchy and the decline of Muslim power. 13. The rise of the Muslim Kingdom of Ethiopia in the sixteenth century--power politics.

Vol. 16: India: Preface. The advent of the Muslims. 2. Muslim settlement in India. 3. India on the eve of Muslim conquest. 4. Early Muslim rulers of India. 5. The Ilbari nobility as king-makers. 6. Dynastic history of sind. 7. Sahis dynasty of Punjab. 8. The Ghaznavid dynasty in India.

Vol. 17: India: Preface. 1. Slave dynasty. 2. The Khaljis dynasty.

Vol. 18: India: Preface. 1. The Tughluq dynasty. 2. Muhammad Bin Tughluq. 3. Firuz Tughluq, 1351-88 A.D.

Vol. 19: India: Preface. 1. The Lodhi dynasty. 2. The Suri dynasty. 3. Foundation of Mughal rule in India. 4. Babur. 5. Humayun. 6. Akbar, 1556-1573.

Vol. 20: India: Preface. 1. Jahangir. 2. Shah Jahan. 3. Aurangzeb (1658-1681). 4. Bahadur Shah and his successor's. 5. Muhammad Shah.

Vol. 21: Indonesia: Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. People of Indonesia. 3. Early Indonesian history. 4. The advent of Islam. 5. Islamic revivalism, 1784-1832. 6. Islam, the state and development. 7. Islam and cultural pluralism. 8. The influence of Islam. 9. Towards and Islamic identity. 10. Islam and nation in the Post-Suharto era.

Vol. 22: Iran: Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. 'The Abbasid caliphate. 3. Administrative structure.

Vol. 23: Iran: Preface. 1. Administrative system. 2. Ayatollahs. 3. Badusbanids dynasty. 4. The decline and fall of the Shah. 5. Dynastic history of Iran.

Vol. 24: Iran: Preface. 1. Decline of the Ghaznavids. 2. Early succession disputes. 3. The embodiment of a tradition. 4. The exact sciences in Timurid Iran. 5. Ghaznawids dynasty. 6. Ghurid dynasty. 7. Historical development.

Vol. 25: Iran: Preface. 1. The II-Khans dynasty. 2. Iran under the Arab. 3. Islamization of Iran. 4. The Jalayirids dynasty. 5. Malik Shah's Reign (1072-1092).

Vol. 26: Iran: Preface. 1. Monarchical literature and literary schools. 2. The minor dynasties of Iran. 3. The Muzaffarids dynasty. 4. The Pahlavi dynasty. 5. The Reign of the Ayatollahs.

Vol. 27: Iran: Preface. 1. Rise of Persian science. 2. Religion during Mongols. 3. Religion during Saljuq Epoch. 4. Religion under Timurid and Safavid. 5. Ruling dynasties of Khurasan. 6. Safavid art and architecture. 7. The Samanids dynasty. 8. The Samanids 860-999 C.E.

Vol. 28: Iran: Preface. 1. The Sanjar's Sultanate. 2. The Sarbaudars dynasty. 3. Scientific research and development. 4. The Seljuks rulers 10-77-1257 C.E. 5. The socio-economic condition of Iran under the II-Khans. 6. Spiritual movements, philosophy and theology. 7. Tabaristan under the Alid rule. 8. The Tahirids. 9. The Temurids dynasty. 10. Timur in Iran.

Vol. 29: Iran: Preface. 1. Tarum under the Justanids and the Sallarids. 2. Timurid architecture. 3. The Toghril rule. 4. Trade and commerce. 5. The Turkmen dynasties. 6. The Qajar dynasty.

Vol. 30: Iraq: Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Analysis of old social classes. 3. The crown and the Ex-Sharifian Officers. 4. Diversity of Iraqis society. 5. The landowners (Mallaks). 6. The merchants. 7. The old "Aristocracy" of officials. 8. Racial groups. 9. Relation between ethnic class and religious class. 10. The Sadah. 11. The Shaikhs, Aghas, and peasants.

Vol. 31: Mangolia and Central Asia and South Asia: Preface. 1. Mongolia : land and people. 2. Mongols. 3. The uzbegs: 1510-1599 C.E. 4. The Khanate of Qazan: 1437-1552 C.E. 5. Astra Khan: 1466-1556 C.E. 6. The Chaghtais: 1227-1306 C.E. 7. The Jalayars: 1336-1432 C.E. 8. The Mongol II-Khans: 1296-1353 C.E. 9. The Mongol II-Khans: 1258-1296 C.E. 10. Muhallib and Yazid. 11. Muhammad B. 'Isa B. Ahmad Al-Mahani. 12. Muhammad Hasan Khan. 13. Muzaffar Al-Din Shah Kadjar, Shah. 14. Nizam Al-Mulk. 15. Parwiz, Khusraw. 16. Saffarids. 17. Sammanids. 18. Shah Malik B. Ali Yabghu. 19. Ilek-Khans. 20. 'Abd Allah B. Iskandar. 21. Isma 'II B. Nuh. 22. Muhammad B. Su'ud. 23. Ibn Rashlk. 24. Mongke. 25. Salghurids. 26. Shibanids. 27. The Central Asian Naqshbandi connections of the Mughal Emperors. South Asia: 28. Afghanistan. 29. Sadozay. 30. The Ghurids: 1140-1206 C.E. 31. Farighunids. 32. "Ulama' in Sri Lanka. 33. Pakistan. 34. Khaldjis. 35. Muhammad B. Al-Kasim. 36. Husayn Shah Langah II. 37. The Ghazanavids: 961-1186 C.E. 38. Multan: 1443-1527 C.E. 39. The Great Mughals (Babar and Humayun): 1500-1540 C.E. 40. Sind under Arab Governors: 715-856 C.E. 41. Muhammad Bin Qasim: 711-715 C.E. 42. Humayun. 43. Mughal. 44. Lodis. 45. Sayyid dynasty. 46. Nizam Shah dynasty. 47. Sind (The Talpurs): 1783-1849 C.E. 48. Malwa: 1401-1500 C.E. 49. Fateh Ullah Imad Shah.

Vol. 32: North Africa and African Continent: Preface. 1. The horn of Africa. 2. Fundj. 3. Islam and politics in Somalia. 4. Ubaidullah Mahdi: 909-934 C.E. 5. Al-Qaim: 934-946 C.E. 6. Mansur: 945-953 C.E. 7. Al-Muizz : 953-975 C.E. 8. Al-Aziz: 975-996 C.E. 9. Al-Hakim: 996-1021 C.E. 10. Az-Zahir: 1021-1036 C.E. 11. Mustansir: 1036-1095 C.E. 12. Al-Mustaali: 1095-1101 C.E. 13. Al-Aamir: 1101-1131 C.E. 14. Al-Haafiz: 1131-1149 C.E. 15. Az-Zahir: 1149-1154 C.E. 16. Al-Fiaz: 1154-1160 C.E. 17. Al-Azzid: 1160-1171 C.E. 18. North Africa: 641-800 C.E. 19. The economy, society and culture: the dialectics of modernity and tradition. 20. Egypt and the Eastern Arab Countries in the Ottoman period. 21. The Wafidiya in the Mamluk Kingdom. 22. Nile Valley. 23. Shehu dynasty. 24. The Ayyubids: 1171-1250 C.E. 25. (Al-) Mundhir b. Said. 26. Decline of Mamluk civil bureaucracy.

Vol. 33: North Africa and African Continent: Preface. 1. Morocco. 2. Education in Morocco. 3. Morocco: 1307-1398 C.E. 4. Granada: 1302-1408 C.E. 5. Samudra Pasai Indonesia fourteenth century. 6. The collapse of the Songhay Empire. 7. Sidjilmasa. 8. Nigeria. 9. Massina and the Torodbe (Tukuloor) Empire until 1878. 10. Islam in Nigeria : changes since independence. 11. Songhay. 12. Ayyubid. 13. Ghana. 14. Jordon. 15. Karaman-Oghullari. 16. Lebanon. 17. Libya 1711-1835 C.E. 18. Early history 1551-1711 C.E. 19. The Mongols: 1206-1258 C.E. 20. Bantam: 1526-1715 C.E. 21. Madagascar. 22. Niger. 23. Somali. 24. Somalia.

Vol. 34: North Africa and African Continent: Preface. 1. Islamic reformation in Sudan. 2. Islam in the Southern Sudan during the Turkiya. 3. Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. 4. The Sudan. 1500-1800. 5. The people of the Sudan: population movements. 6. The Central Sahara and Sudan. 7. The Arabization of the Sudanese. 8. The Hausa and their neighbours in the Central Sudan. 9. Mali and the second Mandingo expansion. 10. The decline of the Mali Empire.

Vol. 35: North and African Continent: Preface. 1. Saints and Sultans: the role of Muslim holy men in the Keira Sultanate of Dar Fur. 2. The Western Maghrib and Sudan. 3. Psycho-technology in an Afro-Arab Islamic culture: the Northern Sudan. 4. The development of Islam in Hausaland. 5. The Islamization of the Nilotic Sudan. 6. The nineteenth-century Islamic revolutions in West Africa. 7. Kanem-Bornu 1085-1893 C.E. 8. Bagirimi 1568-1900 C.E. 9. Waday 1611-1900 C.E. 10. Darfur 1660-1875 C.E. 11. Sokoto 1754-1900 C.E. 12. Nupe and Yoruba 15-19 century. 13. Futa Jalon 1776-1896 C.E. 14. Al-Haj Umar Tajana 1793-1898 C.E. 15. The Mahdi of Sudan 1888-1899 C.E. 16. Takrur 11/13 centuries. 17. Pre-Islamic Ghana. 18. Takrur. 19. Masina : 14-19 centuries. 20. Futa Bondu: 17-19 century. 21. Tunisia: land and people. 22. The introduction of Islam and Arab rule. 23. Berber dynasties. 24. Ottoman and Husainid Tunisia. 25. Nineteenth-century reform and reaction. 26. Social change since 1956. 27. Education in North Africa. 28. Ottomans in Algeria. 29. Tunisia: 1702-1813 C.E. 30. Husaynid dynasty. 31. Zanzibar. 32. Zanzibar: 1155-1896. 33. Madjid B. Sa'id. 34. The Oromo (Galla). 35. Ziyarid dynasty.

Vol. 36: Persia: Preface. 1. Iraq and people. 2. Abu 'I-Khayr. 3. Annazids. 4. Barkyaruk. 5. Conquest of Iraq and Persia. 6. Dawud Pasha. 7. The Uqaylids 990-1094 C.E. 8. Ibn al-Daya. 9. Ibn Hubayra. 10. Khalaf B. Hayyan Al-Ahmar, Abu Muhriz. 11. Mas'ud b. Muhammad B. Malik-Sham. 12. Mazyad, Banu, or Mazyadids. 13. Muhammad B. 'Abd Allah. 14. Nasir Al-Dawla, Abu Muhammad Al-Hasan b. 'Abd Allah. 15. Nuri Al-Sa'id. 16. The 'Abbasids. 17. Fath-Ali Shah. 18. Nasir Al-Din Shah. 19. Kakuydis dynasty. 20. Kara-Koyunlu dynasty. 21. Kutlugh-Shah Noyan. 22. Kayanids. 23. Mangits dynasty. 24. Kadjar dynasty. 25. Muhammad B. Mahmud. 26. Rawwadids. 27. The Salgharids. 28. Saldjuk dynasty. 29. Zand dynasty. 30. Ildenizids. 31. Isma 'II I. 32. Khata' I. 33. Mahakama. 34. Ziyarid dynasty. 35. Mahmud B. Muhammad B. Malik-Shah. 36. Mehmed 'Akif. 37. Mirza Rafi'a.

Vol. 37: Saudi Arabia and the Middle East: Preface. 1. The city-state of Mecca. 2. Saudi Arabia: the Islamic State. 3. The society and its environment. 4. The coming of Islam and the expansion of the Muslim Empire. 5. Women and family in development plans in the Arab East. 6. Saudi Arabia : religion. 7. Saudi Arabia : education. 8. Saudi Arabia : health. 9. Urbanization and development. 10. Hammadid dynasty. 11. Hasanid Sharifs dynasty. 12. Al-Khalifa. 13. Baghdad. 14. Husayn B. 'Alim Amir. 15. The sultanate of Oman and American security interests in the Arabian Gulf. 16. Oman. 17. Israel.

Vol. 38: Saudi Arabia and the Middle East: Preface. 1. Kuwait. 2. Palestine. 3. Yemen: revolution versus tradition. 4. Yemen and the People's Republic of Southern Yemen. 5. Yemen: 13-19 centuries. 6. Al-Mansur Bi'llah. 7. Al-Kunduri. 8. Mahdids. 9. Al-Mansur Bi'llah. 10. Muhammad Al-Murtada Li-Din Allah. 11. Al-mu 'izz B. Badis. 12. Al-Nasir li-Din Allah. 13. Al-Nasir Li-Din Allah. 14. Rasulids. 15. Sulayman B. Kutulmish. 16. Arab. 17. Abbasid. 18. Abul-Hayyan at-Tauhidi and his Kitabul-Muqabasat. 19. Umayyad dynasty. 20. Al-Hadjdjadj. 21. Syria. 22. The Greek and Syriac background. 23. Ayyubids. 24. Alamut. 25. The tulunids 868-905 C.E.

Vol. 39: South East Asia and Malaysia: Preface. 1. Islam and Malaysia's economic development. 2. Islamization of the Malays: a transformation of culture. 3. The position of Islam in the constitution of Malaysia. 4. Patterns of Islamization in Malaysia, 1890s-1990s. 5. Malacca. 6. The role of Makka-educated in Malaya. 7. The Shari'ah Law Courts in Malaya. 8. Islam in Indonesia. 9. Islamization in Java: fourteenth to eighteenth centuries. 10. Perak. 11. Islam in the Philippines : the Moro problem. 12. Singapore. 13. Sumatra. 14. Islam in Thailand: resurgence or consolidation. 15. Thai society. 16. Islam and democracy in Thailand.

Vol. 40: Spain and Eastern Europe: Preface. 1. Spain. 2. Abyssian. 3. Granada 1230-1302 C.E. 4. The significance of Spanish Islam. 5. Hisham I, Abu 'L-Walid. 6. Mahmud Nedim Pasha. 7. Lur-I Buzurg. 8. Habib b. 'Abd Al-Malik. 9. Abbadids. 10. Bosnia. 11. Cordova. 12. The emergence of the Fatimids. 13. France. 14. Mumind. 15. Nasrids. 16. Omayyad renaissance in Spain. 17. Senegal. 18. Sicily. 19. Umayyad. 20. Khrabat Al-Minya. 21. Marwan I B. 22. Hisham III. 23. Hisham II. 24. Al-Hakam I. 25. Madinat Al-Zahra'. 26. Al-Di Khwarazm-Shah. 27. Russia. 28. Kucum Khan. 29. The Eldiguzids : 1125-1225 C.E. 30. The Golden Horde Khanate: 1242-1313 C.E. 31. Siberia.

Vol. 41: Turkey: Preface. 1. The early Turks. 2. Ottoman in Turkey. 3. The protege system in the Ottoman Empire. 4. Particular developments on the Fringes of the Empire. 5. Six Ottoman documents on Mughal-Ottoman relations. 6. Abu Sa'id B. Muhammad B. Miranshah B. Timur. 7. Rasuild dynasty. 8. Anatolian dynasty. 9. Artukids dynasty. 10. Nur Al-Din Muhammad. 11. Aydin-Oghlu. 12. Dabuyid dynasty. 13. Danishmendids dynasty. 14. Isfendiyar Oghlu. 15. Orkhan.

Vol. 42: Turkey: Preface. 1. Abd al.-Madjid I. 2. Abd al-Madjid II. 3. 'Abu al-'Aziz. 4. Abd al-Hamid I. 5. 'Abd al-Hamid II. 6. Bayazid I. 7. Bayazid II. 8. Makhredi (A). 9. Ibrahim. 10. Ahmad I. 11. Ahmad II. 12. Ahmad III. 13. Amudja-zade Husayn Pasha. 14. Hasan-I Rumlu. 15. Khosrew Pasha. 16. Khosrew Pasha, Mehmed. 17. Kosem Walide. 18. Khosrew, Molla. 19. Korkud B. Bayazid. 20. Koprulu. 21. Husayn Hilmi Pasha. 22. Ma'arif (A.). 23. Madjar, Madjaristan.

Vol. 43: Turkey: Preface. 1. Mahmud I. 2. Mehemmed V Reshad. 3. Mehemmed VI Wahid Al-Din. 4. Mehemmed II. 5. Mehemmed III. 6. Mehemmed I. 7. Medjlis-I Wala. 8. Mu'ayyad-zade. 9. Mustafa II. 10. Mahmud Pasha. 11. Mehemmed IV. 12. Midrar (Banu). 13. Murad I. 14. Miri (A.). 15. Mizandji Mehmed Murad. 16. Murad II. 17. Murad III. 18. Musa Celebi. 19. Mir-Akhur (P.). 20. Mirkhwand. 21. Mustafa I. 22. Murad IV. 23. Murad V. 24. Mukhtar Pasha. 25. Munif Pasha. 26. Muhimme defterleri (T.). 27. Murad Fasha. 28. Mustafa IV. 29. Mustafa III. 30. Mustafa. 31. Mustafa, Celebi Kucuk Mustafa. 32. Mustafa. 33. Mukasama (A.). 34. Mustafa Pasha Al-Nashshar. 35. Al. Mutawakkil 'Ala 'llah. 36. Al-Mutawakkil Ala 'Llah. 37. Mutasarrif (A.). 38. Mustakim-Zade. 39. Na 'im Al-Din. 40. Na 'ima. 41. Nakkash Hasan (Pasha). 42. Nakkash-Khana. 43. Navarino. 44. New'i, Yahya B. 45. Neshri. 46. Nergisi. 47. Newres. 48. Oldjeytu. 49. Rashid, Mehmed. 50. Rabi 'iyyat. 51. Ruhi. 52. Shah Bandar (P). 53. Selim III. 54. Selim II. 55. Selim I. 56. Selim Giray I. 57. Sharih ul-Menar-Zade. 58. Sokollu Mehmed Pasha. 59. Solak-Zade.

Vol. 44: Turkey: Preface. 1. Suleyman. 2. Suleyman II. 3. Suleyman Celebi, Dede. 4. Suleyman Celebi. 5. Suleyman Pasha. 6. Seyyid Hasan Pasha. 7. Sherif Hasan Pasha, 8. Suleyman Pasha, Malatyali. 9. 'Othman Hamdi. 10. 'Othman II. 11. Othman III. 12. Othamanli dynasty. 13. Saldjukids dynasty. 14. Saltuk Oghullari dynasty.

Vol. 45: Index.

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In order to provide true and comprehensive picture of the Islamic dynasties ruled major part of the world, we have taken a vast project to compile a comprehensive encyclopaedia of all Islamic dynasties. Although several encyclopaedic works has been done, but very few of them has taken pen to project complete picture of the history of Islamic dynasties. Our effort will be first and foremost in this field. From the time of its inception, Islam first appeared in Arab as a great religio-political institution, it became great challenge for the world. In the 7th and 8th century, its Armies were fighting in the name of first Muslim dynasty--the Caliphate, which was founded by Prophet Muhammed on the principle of the sovereignty of God, the Prophethood of Hajrat Muhammad and the brotherhood of the Muslim. These Islamic dynasties conquered and ruled more than 52 countries of the world. Countrywise arranged in alphabetical order, this multi-volume Encyclopaedia is an attempt to give complete picture of political, social, economic, cultural, scientific and religious development of all the countries under the Islamic rule. The birth of Islam is a unique phenomenon in the annals of mankind, yet its importance has not been recognised in the world history. The histories of the world has been written by scholars who made less emphasis to highlight historical significance of Islamic dynasties and its contribution to the medieval world. In order to project the superiority of the west, the western scholars presented Islam as something medieval which was responsible for the backwardness of the Muslims. As a matter of fact, the truth has been the other way round. When the Muslims owned Islam, they rose to great height; when they wavered in their allegiance to Islam, they fell to great depths. The Muslim came to grief during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries not because they owned Islam, but they had not been true to Islam. In order to provide true and comprehensive picture of the Islamic dynasties ruled major part of the world, we have taken a vast project to compile a comprehensive encyclopaedia of all Islamic dynasties. Although several encyclopaedic works has been done, but very few of them has taken pen to project complete picture of the history of Islamic dynasties. Our effort will be first and foremost in this field. From the time of its inception, Islam first appeared in Arab as a great religio-political institution, it became great challenge for the world. In the 7 and 8 century, its armies were fighting in the name of first Muslim dynasty--the Caliphate, which was founded by prophet Muhammad on the principle of the sovereignty of God, the prophethood of Hajrat Muhammad and the brotherhood of the Muslims. These Islamic dynasties conquered and ruled more than 52 countries of the world. Countrywise arranged in alphabetical order, this multi-volume Encyclopaedia is an attempt to give complete picture of political, social, economic, cultural, scientific and religious development of all the countries under the Islamic hegemony.
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