2 edition of Riyaz̤u-s-salāt̤īn found in the catalog.
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|LC Classifications||DS485 B4 S2|
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|Number of Pages||437|
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The Riyaz̤u-s-salāt̤īn; a history of BengalAuthor: Ghulām Ḥusayn Zaydpūrī. Full text of "The Riyaz̤u-s-salāt̤īn: A History of Bengal" See other formats. The Riyaz̤u-s-salāt̤īn; a history of Bengal: : Ghulām Ḥusayn Zaydpūrī: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda. Book (1) Print book (12) Microform (3) eBook (1) Refine Your Search; Year.
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Riyazu-s-salatin: a history of Bengal. The Nawabs of Bengal (the Nawab Nazim of Bengal, Bihar, and Orissa) were Muslim rulers of Bengal, and significant portions of present-day Bihar and Orissa.
With their capital in Murshidabad, they ruled the Mughal Bengal subah, while nominally subordinate to the Mughal empire, in between and Nawab Siraj ud-Daulah, the last independent Nawab of Bengal, lost the Battle of Plassey to the First holder: Murshid Quli Khan.