Abdul Latif | Mirat-i-Ahmadi | A Review


Abdul Latif | Mirat-i-Ahmadi | A Review

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Abdul Latif  Mirat-i-Ahmadi  A Review

Abdul Latif’s ‘Mirat-i-Ahmadi’-A Review

One of the key features of ‘Mirat-i-Ahmadi’ is its detailed descriptions of the lives of the Mughal emperors. Abdul Latif provides a wealth of information on the personal lives of the emperors, their habits, hobbies, and interests. The author also discusses the court politics and power struggles that took place during the reigns of the Mughal emperors. The book is particularly valuable in providing a window into the lives of the people who lived during the Mughal period.

The author also provides detailed information on the military campaigns of the Mughal emperors. The book provides a detailed account of the various battles fought by the Mughals, including their strategies, tactics, and weaponry. The author’s descriptions of the battles are often vivid and detailed, and he provides a fascinating insight into the military practices of the time.

Another important feature of ‘Mirat-i-Ahmadi’ is its discussion of social and cultural practices of the Mughal Empire. The book provides a detailed account of the social customs and traditions of the Mughal era, including clothing, food, music, and dance. The author also discusses the role of women in Mughal society and provides insight into the cultural practices of the time.

The book is also valuable in providing a comprehensive overview of the administration of the Mughal Empire. Abdul Latif discusses the structure of the Mughal administration and the various administrative posts that existed in the empire. He also provides a detailed account of the taxation system and the methods used to collect revenue.

One of the key strengths of ‘Mirat-i-Ahmadi’ is the author’s writing style. Abdul Latif’s prose is clear and concise, and his descriptions are often vivid and engaging. He has a knack for telling a good story, and the book is an enjoyable read.

However, the book is not without its flaws. Some readers may find the book to be overly detailed, and the author’s descriptions of battles and military campaigns can be dry and tedious at times. Additionally, the book is written in a style that may be difficult for modern readers to follow, as it uses a language and style that are typical of the 17th century.

In conclusion, ‘Mirat-i-Ahmadi‘ is an important historical text that provides a comprehensive account of the Mughal Empire in India. The book is a valuable resource for those interested in the history of India and the Mughal Empire, and it provides a wealth of information on a wide range of topics. Despite its flaws, the book is an enjoyable read, and it is well worth the effort for those who want to gain a better understanding of the history and culture of India. 0 0 0.

Abdul Latif | Mirat-i-Ahmadi | A Review

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