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European travellers in India during the fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

the evidence afforded by them with respect to Indian social institutions & the nature & influence of Indian governments

by Edward Farley Oaten

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Published by Asian Educational Services in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprint of original ed.: London, 1909.

StatementE.F. Oaten.
The Physical Object
Pagination274p. ;
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21908447M
ISBN 108120607104

The first known traveler to India during the reign of Vikramaditya [Chandra Gupta II] Hiouen Tsang. Chinese. Si-yu-ki. Among the most well known traveler to India, who visited in the reign of King Harshvardhan and the first foreigner to give the written account of Kumbh Mela in his time. Sulayman Tajir [d ] Arab. Akhbar Al-Sin. In the s, the Jesuit priest Alessandro Valignano sent four young pupils from the seminary at Arima to tour Europe, in a mission that has since been referred to as the ‘Tensho embassy’ — without a doubt a remarkable episode in the history of.

The book is based on detailed and extensive readings of travel accounts in Persian related to India, Iran, and Central Asia that revelled in Indo-Persian culture. Focusing on a specific historical period that extends from the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries, this work comes across to us as the first comprehensive understanding of Safar nama, a genre of literature, not much studied by. Transnational Travels of the Caterpillar Fungus in the Fifteenth through Nineteenth Centuries. continued in the sixteenth and seventeenth. on tw o late seventeenth-century European medical.

Relevant History welcomes back Anna Castle, who writes the Francis Bacon mysteries and the Lost Hat, Texas mysteries. She’s earned a series of degrees—BA Classics, MS Computer Science, and PhD Linguistics—and has had a corresponding series of careers—waitressing, software engineering, assistant professor, and archivist. The fifteenth and sixteenth centuries were a period of unprecedented European expansion. The story of this adventure was recorded in a wealth of literary accounts describing the many new and exciting discoveries. By the latter half of the sixteenth century there was a great demand for anthologies which brought this information together.


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