2 edition of History of the Panjab from the remotest antiquity to the present time. found in the catalog.
History of the Panjab from the remotest antiquity to the present time.
|LC Classifications||DS485 P2 L33 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||652|
The Jats:Their Origin, Antiquity and Migrations: End of page Dr. Kunudsen, a Norwegian visiting Professor in the Math. Deptt. of the Pb. , holds that Yatas are Juts who migrated from the east, probably Ind., to the Scandanavian and the Netherlandic countries in the remote past. Please note that the name Kunudsen is just. – ਡੈਫ਼ੀਨਿਸ਼ਨ ਦਾ ਫ਼ੋਕਸ ਖ਼ਾਲਸਾ ਰਾਜ ਹੈ। ਇਸ ਡੈਫ਼ੀਨਿਸ਼ਨ ਮੁਤਾਬਕ, ਪੰਜਾਬ ਖਿੱਤੇ ਦੇ ਇਲਾਕੇ ਹਨ, ਪਾਕਿਸਤਾਨ ਵਿੱਚ, ਲਹਿੰਦਾ ਪੰਜਾਬ, ਇਸਲਾਮਾਬਾਦ ਕੈਪਟਲ ਟੇਰਾਟੋਰੀ, ਅਜ਼ਾਦ ਏਰਿਏ: ਹੇਠਾਂ ਵੇਖੋ.
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Syad Muhammad Latif. Eurasia, - Sikhs - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. History of the Panjab from the Remotest Antiquity to the Present Time. History of the Panjáb from the Remotest Antiquity to the Present Time Muḥammad Laṭīf (Saiyid, khān bahādur.) Calcutta Central Press Company, limited, - Punjab (India) - pages.
History of the Panjáb from the remotest antiquity to the present time. Calcutta, Calcutta Central Press Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Muḥammad Laṭīf, Saiyid khaÌ n bahaÌ dur. fication: History - India - Panjab ds: Punjab History From The Remotest Antiquity To The Present Time : History Of The Panjab.
The Punjab (/ p ʌ n ˈ dʒ ɑː b / (), /-ˈ dʒ æ b /, / ˈ p ʌ n dʒ ɑː b /, /-dʒ æ b /; native pronunciation: [pənˈdʒaːb]), also spelled and romanised as Panjāb, is a geopolitical, cultural and historical region in South Asia, specifically in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent, comprising areas of eastern Pakistan and northern boundaries of the region are ill Areas: see below.
The History of the Punjab concerns the history of the Punjab region the Northern area of the Indian Subcontinent that is split between the modern day countries of India and Pakistan. Historically known as Sapta Sindhu, or the Land of Seven Rivers, only two rivers Sutlej and Beas flow through Punjab state in India.
Latif, Syad Muhammad (). History of the Panjáb from the Remotest Antiquity to the Present Time. Calcultta Central Press Company. That part of India which today we call by the Persian name Penjab is named Panchanada in the sacred language of the Indians; either of which names may be rendered in Greek by Πενταποταμια.
Zakariya Khan Bahadur (d) was the Mughal Empire's viceroy of Lahore fromsucceeding his father, Abdus Samad Khan Bahadur, in the post. He continued and extended his father's policy of severe persecution of Sikhs, and thousands of Sikhs were killed during his period in the post, especially during the Sikh holocaust of Khan was given control of Lahore by Battles/wars: Mughal-Sikh Wars, Nader Shah's.
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. audio All audio latest This Just In Grateful Dead Netlabels Old Time Radio 78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings. Live Music Archive. Top Full text of "History Of The Panjab". A lengthy prosy book about the history of Punjab. Will appeal to those reading from an academic perspective.
The book starts from an era just before the Mughals and continues to the present day. If you are interested in knowing about the history of Punjab and don't mind ploughing through verbose deary prose do read the book/5(26). About Department of History The teaching of History at Panjab University during its first three decades of existence () was in its colleges.
The university at this time was merely an examining body with its entire library, the Vice Chancellor reported in. Guru Nanak's Works: A Bibliography Compiled by Ganda Singh ABBREVIATIONS ALP Archives Department Library, Patiala ASB Asiatic Society (of Bengal) Library, Calcutta BLC Buhar Library (National Library), Calcutta BM British Museum, London CPL Central Public Library, Patiala GS Dr.
Ganda Singh, Patiala HSL Hyderabad State Library, Hyderabad, A.P. IO India Office, London. Dept. Of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology, Panjab University. likes 4 talking about this. We are the premier guild of History and Archaeology ers: Blavatsky Press, Hyderabad, I Lakshman Singh, Bhagat.
Baba Nanak. Coronation Printing Works, Amritsar. Latif, Syed Mohanunad. History of the Panjab from the Remotest Antiquity to the Present Time. 1 Syad Muhammad Latif, History of the Panjab: from the Remotest Antiquity to the Present Time, Kalyani Publishers, New Delhi, (First Published ), pp.
; Khushwant Singh, A History of the Sikhs (), Vol. II, OUP, New Delhi, This article is about the geographical region. For the province of Pakistan, see Punjab, Pakistan. For the state of India, see Punjab, In. Some useful links to understand History of the Punjab From some times, many friends asked me to share some useful books on the history of the Punjab so i develop a small list of online available resource.
i will keep it update time and again yet one can find usefull information through these links. Sialkot (Urdu and Punjabi: سيالكوٹ) is a city in Punjab, t is Pakistan's 13th largest city and is located in north-east Punjab—one of Pakistan's most industrialised regions. Along with the nearby cities of Gujranwala and Gujrat, Sialkot forms part of the so-called Golden Triangle of industrial cities with export-oriented y: Pakistan.
Punjab Geography and History The fountainhead of ancient Indian culture, Punjab, the smiling-soul of India finds adequate mention in the chronicles of the. Bahawalpur was founded in by Nawab Bahawal Khan I, after migrating to the region around Uch from Shikarpur, Sindh.
Bahawalpur replaced Derawar as the clan's capital city. The city had initially flourished as a trading post on trade routes between Afghanistan and central y: Pakistan.
The University of the Punjab (as it is now spelled) was formally established in Lahore, in present-day Pakistan, in It was the fourth university founded by the British colonial authorities on the Indian subcontinent, the first three being at the initial British strongholds of Bombay, Madras, and Calcutta.
The University of the Punjab was from the beginning both a teaching and an. Robert Clark of the Panjab: Pioneer and Missionary Statesman (Classic Reprint) [Henry Martyn Clark] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from Robert Clark of the Panjab: Pioneer and Missionary Statesman Robert Clark in India was prolific in men great in camp and council.
History of Punjab book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. History of Punjab ()/5(30). Punjab History for Patwari Exam Page 3 Introduction to Punjab Punjab, the land of five rivers, has land with prosperity. The plains of Punjab, with their fertile soil and abundant water supply, are naturally suited to be the breadbasket for India.
The land of Punjab is a land of exciting Size: KB. A great spiritual teacher and a gracious leader of the people, he holds a unique position in the apostolic line of Sri Guru Nanak Dev and in the religious history of the world in view of his significant contributions to mankind in general, and to Sikhism, in particular.
Sahibzada Fateh Singh was born in Anandpur Sahib on 12 Decemberthe fourth son of Mata Jito, Guru Gobind Singh's first mother died when he was one year old, and he and his brother Zorawar were cared for by their grandmother, Mata Gujari, until their martyrdom.
In May a combination of Mughals and hillmen besieged Anandpur Sahib on the orders of. The Sikhs In Britain: Years of Photographs by Peter Bance and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The word "Punjab" for the first time was mentioned in the Book ``Tarikh-e-Sher Shah'' () which mentions the construction of Fort by a fellow named ``Sher Khan of Punjab''.
Again the name is mentioned in ``Ain-e-Akbari'' part 1 written by Abul Fazal who also mentions that the territory of Punjab was divided into two provinces of Lahore and.
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The word 'Punjab’ appeared for the first time in the Book "Tarikh-e-Sher Shah” (). It describes the construction of a fort by 'Sher Khan of Punjab’. Reference to the word 'Punjab’ can be found in "Ain-e-Akbari” Part 1 as well, which describes that the territory can be divided into provinces of Lahore and Multan.
An outstanding original source of Panjab history: Umdat-ut-tawarikh, daftar III, parts I-IV; chronicle of the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, A.D [Sohan Lal Suri] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Sohan Lal Suri.
The first known use of the word Punjab is in the book Tarikh-e-Sher Shah (), which mentions the construction of a fort by "Sher Khan of Punjab". The name is mentioned again in Ain-e-Akbari (part 1), written by Abul Fazal, who also mentions that the territory of Punjab was divided into two provinces, Lahore and Multan.
Similarly in the second volume of Ain-e-Akbari, the title of a. Panjab University, Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology, Chandigarh was established in It is affiliated to Panjab University.
The department provides M.A. degree in Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology with 40 students each in. The oldest book that we have in P at the present day is a prose biography of Guru Nanak known as Janam-Sakhi which is attributed to one of the disciples of Guru Nanak namely Bala.
This was supposed to have written shortly after Guru Nanak’s death about The History of the Sikhs; or, Translation of the Sikhan de raj di Vikhia, as laid down for the examination in Panjabi, and containing the Narratives of the ten Gurus, history of the Sikh from the rise of Maharajah Ranjit Singh to the occupation of the Panjab by the English, a short resume of the customs, rites, songs, and proverbs of the Sikhs, and Lie of Guru Nanak, taken from the.
Asad Ali Khan A Temporal View For the first time in history, the word ‘Punjab’ was used during in ‘Tarikh-e-Sher Shah’.4 The name Punjab was also mentioned in ‘Ain-e-Akbari’ Part Again in the second volume of ‘Ain-e-Akbari’, title of a chapter contains the word ‘Punjab’.
Similarly, the Mughal King Jahangeer too, used this word on. About Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology The Panjab University occupies a place of pride in the pursuance and advancement of Indological studies from the very beginning.
In the last decades of the 19 th century, Sir M. Aurel Stein, the renowned archaeologist and Sanskritist, held the post of Professor in this University. Etymology. The word Punjab is a combination of the Persian words پنج panj (five) and آب āb (water), and thus the (land of) five rivers.
The five rivers are the Beas,Sutlej, Ravi River, Chenab River and Jhelum ionally, in English, there used to be a definite article before the name i.e. the Punjab. The name is also sometimes spelled as Panjab or Punjaab.
Furthermore, he had received considerable contributions from Rājā Sāhib Singh and Rānī Ās Kaur of Patiālā. Syad Muhammad Latif, History of the Panjab from the Remotest Antiquity to the Present Time (Calcutta: Central Press, Reprint, New Delhi: Kalyani Publishers, ), Google ScholarAuthor: Amandeep Singh Madra, Parmjit Singh.
History of the Panjáb from the Remotest Antiquity to the Present Time. Calcutta Central Press Company, limited.
↑ History of the Panjáb from the Remotest Antiquity to the Present Time. Calcutta Central Press Company, limited. ↑ H K Manmohan Siṅgh. "The Punjab". The Encyclopedia of Sikhism, Editor-in-Chief Harbans Singh.
The Sikh Empire is not "ours" Discussion in 'Pakistan History' started by Taimur Khurram the author of Colonial History of Hazara, writes in his book about this battle of Sumandar Khata. (), History of the Panjab: From the Remotest Antiquity to Present Time, pp. –21 ^ Lawrence, Sir Walter Roper ().
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