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Mughals

Akbar’s Ghost

Allan Sealy’s quest for adventure takes a new narrative turn

Aurangzeb: Not an Anti-Hindu Despot

Redeeming Aurangzeb from colonial historians

William Dalrymple: Living in the Past

Few people carry gravitas and mirth in equal measure. William Dalrymple is one of those exceptions

An Empire Redeemed

Audrey Truschke goes deep into the fundamental flaws of Hindu-Mulsim distrust

‘They were Indian kings’

A Sanskrit scholar from America returns to the Mughal court to trace its Indian cultural roots

Power and Glory

A walk through the grand alleys of Mughal history and the imprints of the rise, decline and fall of the imperial capital of Shahjahanabad, which is now being redeveloped

Mughal Enchantment

With this novel, Sudhir Kakar’s transition from psychoanalyst to fiction writer has finally been successful.

Lethal Language

In Madhulika Liddle’s ‘historical’ crime novel set in Shahjahanabad, the most brutal murder is that of the Urdu language.

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