About Me

In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate! (Persian translation: Bismillah-ir-Rahman-ir-Rahim)

Hey there! Welcome to my blog www.notesonindianhistory.com, is a blog on medieval Indian history.


It is interesting to read the history of India, especially, the period which starts from the Indus Valley civilization to the Indian Independence on Aug 15, 1947. My intention for this blog is to present before you some interesting history articles, while being neutral. I hope history lovers and students find them useful. We should learn about the past and adopt positive things from the history. Two best examples are Akbar's religious tolerance and Aurangzeb's religious intolerance.

I may make updates to the existing posts when I come across new information. Please go through the Disclaimer.

I'm 37-year old female from Kerala. I have a good collection of medieval history books, including Mughal, Delhi Sultanate and Anglo-Mysore wars. Learn more about me @ IndiBlogHub

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Sabuj Sarkar said, "Very useful article. An eye opener to me. I shall be happy if you can help me to have a copy of the collection of poems by Zeb-un-nisa. If possible, name the publisher or the source of e-book of Zeb un-nisa's poems. Thanks."

Hi Sabuj, here it is:

1. The Diwan of Zeb-un-Nissa, the first fifty ghazals rendered from the Persian by Magan Lal and Jessie Duncan Westbrook, with an introduction and notes

2. The tears of Zebunnisa; being excerpts from the Divan-i Makhfi, metrically rendered into English by Paul Whalley