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Calendar Of Persian Correspondence (1967-1969

Description This is a catalogue of various items of correspondence such as letters, confidential information, farmers, Sanads exchanged between officials of East India Company and various Indian rulers of native Indian states between 1767 and 1769. This correspondence is about regional, national and international affairs and political and diplomatic relations between these two parties. The calendar catalogued in an alphabetical and chronological order is a ready - reckoner for researchers and scholars of Indian history. It facilitates an easy access to these sources and gives a brief gist of every item. These items have been translated from Persian and other Indian languages.[edit]
Keywords Ahmad Shah Abdali, Muniru\'d-Daulah, Calcutta, Bengal, Orissa, Shah Alam, Lord Clive, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001176
Author Unknown
Year 1914
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher National Archives of India
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 26.8
Breadth 18.4
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         532
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