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by ʻAbdulḥalīm Sharar

eBook Lucknow, the last phase of an oriental culture download ISBN: 0891586407
Author: ʻAbdulḥalīm Sharar
Publisher: Westview Press; Ex-Library edition (1976)
Language: English
Pages: 295
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This volume, the work of acclaimed essayist, historian, and novelist Abdul Halim Sharar (1860-1926), describes the culture and way of life of the people of Lucknow during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

This volume, the work of acclaimed essayist, historian, and novelist Abdul Halim Sharar (1860-1926), describes the culture and way of life of the people of Lucknow during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Long recog It was at the court of Lucknow, above all others in India, that the late Mughal civilization reached the zenith of its splendor and sophistication.

The culture of which Sharar writes was still alive in his day; it died out completely only in 1947, with the .

The culture of which Sharar writes was still alive in his day; it died out completely only in 1947, with the ultimate collapse of the feudal system. He also describes the development of Lucknow people's culture and social institutions to a degree of richness that may be compared with the levels attained by the most admired of the great civilizations of history.

His book Guzishta Lucknow is still considered as one of the best narrative describing . Abdul Halim Sharar was born in Lucknow in 1860. Lucknow the Last Phase of an Oriental Culture (seventh e. Delhi: Oxford University Press. p. 17. ISBN 0-19-563375-X.

His book Guzishta Lucknow is still considered as one of the best narrative describing the genesis of the city and its culture of Lucknow. جویائے حق" "Juya-e-Haq" is one of his lesser known works, it's the story of Salman the Persian, one of Muhammad's companions. His father Hakim Tafazzul Husain was a scholar of Islamic religion and Persian literature. Sharar was educated at home where he learnt Arabic and Persian.

Download Citation Lucknow: The Last Phase of an Oriental Culture. London: Paul Elek, 1975. 295 pp. Illustrations, Maps, Notes, Bibliography, Index. 1. 0 Lucknow: The Last Phase of an Oriental Culture. Article in The Journal of Asian Studies 36(02):366-367 · February 2011 with 26 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.

About the Author: A. H. Sharar a famous historian, essayist and novelist.

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Lucknow: The Last Phase of an Oriental Culture. By Abdul Halim Sharar. Paul Elek: London, 1975. Francis Robinson (a1). Royal Holloway College, University of London. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 28 November 2008.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Harcourt and Fakir Hussain - A fatal friendship: the Nawabs, the British, and the city of Lucknow, Rosie Llewellyn-Jones - The making of colonial Lucknow, 1856-1877, Veena Talwar Oldenburg. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Harcourt and Fakir Hussain - A fatal friendship: the Nawabs, the British, and the city of Lucknow, Rosie Llewellyn-Jones - The making of colonial Lucknow, 1856-1877, Veena Talwar Oldenburg.

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Lucknow: The Last Phase of an Oriental Culture, by Abdul Halim Sharar. KHWAJA AHMAD FARUQI, trans. It is also on the rekhta. (abd ul-;haliim sharar - Guzishtah Lakhna'u, gu;zishtah lakhna))uu yaa mashriqii tamaddun kaa aa;xirii namuunah, taarii;xii-o-ja;Graafiyaa))ii ;haalaat - ed. Shamim Inhonvi. Lucknow: Nasim Book Depot, 1965.

It was at the court of Lucknow, above all others in India, that the late Mughal civilization reached the zenith of its splendor and sophistication. This volume, the work of acclaimed essayist, historian, and novelist Abdul Halim Sharar (1860-1926), describes the culture and way of life of the people of Lucknow during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Long recognized as the most authoritative account of its kind, this updated volume incorporates recent scholarship to describe the development of the Lucknow cultural and social institutions, and the everyday life of the citizens of Lucknow during this rich period.