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BIBLIOGRAPHY

SECTION I : ORIGINAL SOURCES OF THE


MUGHAL PERIOD CONSULTED

Allami, Abu'l Fazl Akbar Kama. Translated by H. Beveridge,


Bibliotheca Indica Series, Asiatic
Society of Bengal, Volumes I, II and III
Calcutta 1907, 1912 and 1910 respectively.

A'in-i-Akbari. Translated by H„ Bloehmann


and H„ S. Jarrett (volumes I and II respec­
tively) o Bibliotheca Indica Series, Calcutta
1939, 1949 and 1948 respectively.

Ahmed, Nizamuddin Tabaqat-i-Akbari. Translated by B.De.


Asiatic Society of Bengal, volume I, II
and III. Calcutta 1911, 1936 and 1939
respectively.

Babur Waqi'at i Babari. Translated by A.S.


Beveridge, volumes I and II, London 1922.

Badaoni, Abdu'l Qadir Muntakhabu-1-Tawarikh. Translated by


G.S. Ranking (volume I), W.H. Lowe
(volume II) and W.Haig (volume III).
Bibliotheca Indica Series, Calcutta
1898, 1924 and 1925 respectively.

Barani, Zia-ud-din Tarikh-i-Firuz Shahi. Edited by


Saiyad Ahmed Khan, Bibliotheca Indica
Series, Calcutta 1862.

Bayazid Biyat Tazkira-i-Huma3run-wa-Akbar. Edited by


M. Hidayat Husain. Bibliotheca Indica
Series, Calcutta 1941, relevant section
translated in P. Chandra, Tuti Mama,
Appendix.

Ferishta, Abdu'l Qasim Tarlkh-i-Ferishta.


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Gulbadan Begum Bumayun Nama. Edited and Translated by


A.S. Beveridge, Royal Asiatic Society,
London 1902.

J ahangir Tu zuk - i - J ahangir i. Translated by Rogers,


volumes I and II, London 1909-14.

Jauhar Aftabachi Tazkirat-u-Waqia't or the Memoirs of


Humayun . Translated by Major Charles
Stewart, London

Khan, Shah Nawaz Ma'asir-ul-Umara. Translated by A. Abdu'r


Rah and Ashraf Ali. Bibliotheca Indica
Series, Calcutta 1881.

Minhaj us Siraj Tabaqat-i-Nasiri. Translated by H.G.


Raverty. Bibliotheca Indica Series, volume
\ I and II. Calcutta 1881.

Nahavandi, Abdu'l'Beg Ma'asir-i-Rahlmf. Edited by Hidayat Husain.


Bibliotheca Indica Series, volumes I, II and
IIL Calcutta 1910-31. Relevant sections and
chapters translated with the help of a trans­
lator at the Asiatic Society Library,
Bombay, 1974.

EUROPEAN SOURCES

Bernier, Francois Travels in the Mogul Empire, 1635-80.


Translated by A. Constable, revised by
V.A. Smith, London 1916.

Foster, E. (Ed.) The Embassy of Sir Thomas Roe, 1615-19.


London, 1916.

Monserrate, Commentary. Translated by J.S. Hoyland


and annotated by S. N. Bannerjee. Oxford,
1922.

Tavernier, J.B. Travels in India 1640-67. Translated by


V. Bal, revised by W. Crooke, London, 1925.
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SECTION II : ON MUGHAL HISTORY AND


HISTORIOGRAPHY

Elliot, Sir H. Bibliographical Index to the Historians of


Muhammedan India, 1850, (reprint) Delhi 1976.

Gascoigne, B. • The Great Mughals. London, 1971.

Ghani, M. A. A History of Persian Language and Literature


at the Mughal Court, volumes I, II and III.
A llahabad, 1930.

Habib, Irfan The Agrarian System of Mughal India, New


York, 1963.

Haig, Sir Pr. et. al. The Cambridge History of India, volumes III-V,
Cambridge 1928-37.

Hardy, P. Historians of Medieval India : Studies in


Indo-Muslim Historical Vriting, London, 1960.

Hasan, Mohibuul, Ed. Medieval Historians of India. Meerut, 1963.

Ikram, S. M., Edit by Embree, A.T. Muslim Civilization in India


New York and London, 1964.

Irvine, N. The Army of the Indian Moghuls. Report,


New Delhi 1971.

Kosambi, D. D. An Introduction to the Study of Indian History.


Bombay, 1956.

Lannoy, R. The Speaking Tree. A Study of Indian Culture


and Society. London, 1971.

Lane-Poole, S. Medieval India under Mohammedan Rule


A. D. 712-1764, New York 1903, Calcutta, 1950.

Maclagan, Sir E. The Jesuits and the Great Mogul. London, 1932.

Marshall, D. N. Mughals in India. A Bibliographical Survey.


vol. I, Manuscripts. Bombay, 1967.
4-

Mazumdar, R. C., Ed. History and Culture of the Indian People


volumes V-VL Bombay, 1957 and I960.

Moreland, R7. H. From Akbar to Aurangzeb: A Study in Indian


Economic History. London, 1920.

Mukhia, Harbans Historians and Historiography During the Reign


of Akbar. New Delhi, 1976.

Narayan, J.S. Acquaviva and the Great Mogul. Patna, 1945.

Ojha, P. N. North Indian Social Life during Mughal period.


New Delhi, 1975.

Prasad, Beni History of Jahangir. London, 1922.

Prasad, Ishwari Life and Times of Humayun. Bombay, 1955.

Prasad, Ishwari A Short History of Muslim Rule in India.


Allahabad, 1959.

Prasad, R.N. Raja Man Singh of Amber. Calcutta, 1966.

Rizvi, S,, A. A. Fatehpur Sikri. New Delhi, 1972.

Religious and Intellectual History of the


Muslims in Akbar1 s Reign, with Special
Reference to Abu'l Fazl. New Delhi, 1975.

Roy Choudhary, M. C. The Din i Ilahi or the Religion of Akbar.


Calcutta, 1941.

Sarkar, Sir Jadunath History of Aurangzib, Based on Original


Sources. vols. I-V. Calcutta 1912-52.

Mughal Administration. 4th Ed. Calcutta,


1952.

Sharma, G.N. Mewar and the Mughal Emperors. Agra, 1962.

Sharma, R. A Bibliography of Mughal India, 1528-1757.


Bombajr, 1940.
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Sharma, R. The Religious Policy of the Mughal Emperors.


Calcutta, 1940.

Smith, V„A. Akbar the Great Mogul. London, 1917.

Srivastava, A.L. Akbar the Great, volume I; Political History


1542-1695. Agra, 1972.

Taraporevala, and Marshall,, D. N. Mughal Bibliography.


Bombay, 1932,

Tod, Lieut-Col James, Annals and Antiquties of Rajasthan,


volumes I-II. (Reprint) New Delhi, 1971.

Von Noer, Count Kaiser Akbar. Translated by A. Beveridge,


Calcutta 1890, (reprint) Patna, 1975.
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SECTION III; MONOGRAPHS AMD CATALOGUES


ON INDIAN PAINTING

Aijazuddin, F.S. Pahari Paintings and Sikh Portraits


in the Lahore Museum. London, 1977.

Arts Council of Great Britain The Arts of Islam. An


Exhibition ai Hayward Gallery, 8 April -
4 July 1976. London, 1976.

Archer, . G. Central Indian Painting. London, 1958.

______________ Indian Painting in the Punjab Hills.


London, 1953.

Indian Miniatures. Greenwich, 1363.

Kalighat Paintings. London, 1971.

______________ Indian Paintings from the Punjab Hills.


London, 1973.

Archer, "'.G. and Binney, E.C., III, Rajput Miniatures


from i:he Collection of Edwin Binney, III.
Portland, Oregan 1968.

Arnold, Sir T. The Library of A. Chester Beatty: A


Catalogue of the Indian Miniatures, revised
and edited by J.V.S. Pulkinson, volumes
I, II and III. London, 1936.

______________ Painting in Islam: A Study of the Place


of Pictorial Art in Muslim Culture.
Oxford, 1958.

Arnold, T.Vr. and Grohmann, A. The Islamic Book.


Paris, 1929.

Ashton, Sir Leigh, Ed. The Arts of India and Pakistan:


A Commemorative Catalogue of the
Exhibition held at the Royal Academy of
Art, London, 1947-48. London, 195J.

A til, Esen Exhibition of 25CC Years of Persian Art


at the Freer Gallery of Arts, Washington,
1971.
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Barret, D. Painting of the Deccan, XVI-XVII Century.


London, 1958.

Painting of India. Skira, Lausanne, 1963.

Beach, M. et. al. The Arts of India and Nepal: The Nasli
and Alice Heeramaneck Collection at the
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, 1966.

Beach, M. _ Rajput Painting at Bundi and Kotah.


Ascona, 1974.

Binney, E.C.,III The Mughal and Deccani Schools with


Some Related Material: An Exhibition
at the Portland Art Museum, Dec 1973-
20 Jan 1974. Portland, 1974.

Binyon, L. and Arnold, T.W. The Court Painters of the


Grand Mughals. Oxford, 1921.

Binyon, L., Wilkinson, J.V. and Gray, B. Persian


Miniature Painting. London, 1933.

Brown, N. The Story of Kalaka. Washington, 1933.

__________ Miniature Paintings of the Jaina Kalpasutra.


W ashington, 1934.

Brown, P. Indian Pamting under the Mughals. 1553 to


1750. Oxford, 1924.

___________ Indian Architecture; Islamic Period.


Bombay, 1942.

Clarke, Stanley. Twelve Mughal Paintings of the School of


Humayun. (Victoria and Albert Museum
Portfolio). London, 1921.

________________ Indian Drawings: Thirty Mogul Paintings of


the School of Jahangir and Four Panels of
Calligraphy in the Wantage Bequest. (Victoria
and Albert Museum Portfolio). London, 1922.

Chandra, Moti The Technique of Mughal Painting. Lucknow,


1946.
Chandra. Moti Jain Miniature Paintings from Vrestern
India. Ahmedabad, 1949.

Chandra, Pramod Bundi Painting. Mew Delhi, 1959,

__________________ Tuti Nama. Introduction by Sherman Lee.


Akademische Druck-u Verlagsanstalt,
Graz/Austria, 1974.

Coomeraswamy, A. K. Art and Swadeshi. Madras, no date.

Rajput Painting, volumes I-II. London, 1916.

Catalogue of the Indian Collections in the


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, volumes
V-VI. Cambridge, Mass. 1926-30.

History of Indian and Indonesian Art.


(Reprint) Dover Publications, New York, 1965.

Das, Ashok Treasures of Indian Painting from the


Maharajah Sawai Man Singh II Museum,
(Portfolio) Album Two, Jaipur, 1978.

Mughal Painting During Jahangir's Time.


Asiatic Society, Calcutta, 1978.

Egger, Gerhard Hamza-Nama. vol.I. Die Blatter aus dem


Museum fur Angewandte Kunst in Wien
Akademische Druck-u Verlagsanstalt,
Graz /Austria, 1974.

Ettinghausen, R. Paintings of the Sultans and Emperors of


India in American Collections. Lalit Kala,
New Delhi, 1964.

Tales, from a King's Book of Kings: The


Houghton Shah Namah Miniatures. An
Exhibition presented by the Corning Museum
of Glass and the Baltimore Museum of Art
in coordination with the Metropolitan Museum
of Art. Baltimore, 1973.
Ettinghausen, R. and Binne}', E.C., III. Islamic Art from the
Collection of Edwin Binney III. W ashington,
1966.

Fondation Custodia Collection Frits Lugt Acquisitions Fecentes


de Toutes Epoques. Exhibition 13 Jan - 24 Feb
1974. Paris, 1974.

Gluck, H. Die Indische Miniaturen des Haemsae Romanes,


in Osterreichenischen Museum fur Kunst und
Industrie in Wien und in Anderen Sammlungen.
Zurich, Vienna and Leipzig, 1925.

Goetz, H. The Art and Architecture of Bikaner State.


Oxford, 1956.

Goetz, H. and Kuhnel Indian Book Painting. London, 1926.

Gray, B. Persian Painting. London, 1930.

Rajput Painting. London, 1948.

Gupta, S. N. Catalogue of Paintings in the Central Museum,


Lahore. Calcutta, 1922.

Hajek, L. Indian Miniatures of the Mogul School.


London, I960.

Khandalavala, K. Pahari Miniature Painting. Bombay, 1958.

. Khandlavala, K. and Motichandra New Documents of Indian


Painting - A Re-Appraisal. Bombay, 1969.

Khandalavala, K,» Motichandra and Pramod Chandra. Miniature


Paintings. ( A Catalogue of the Sri Motichand
Khajanchi Collection held by the Lalit Kala
Akademi, 196*/). New Delhi, I960.

Kramrisch, S. A Survey of Painting in the Deccan.


London, 1937.
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Kra nrisch, S. Unknown India: Ritual Art in Tribe and


Village. Philadelphia, 1968.

Krishna, Anand Malwa Painting. Banares, no date.

Krishnadasa, Rai, and Kabir, Humayun Mughal Miniatures.


New Delhi, 1955.

Kuhnel, E. and Goetz, H. Indische Buchmalerei aus dem


Jahangir Album des Staatsbibliothk zer
Berlin, Berlin, 1924.

Lee, S. Rajput Painting. New York, I960.

Muqtadir, Maulavi Abdul Catalogue of the Persian and Arabic


.Manuscripts in the Oriental Public Library
at Bankipore. Patna, 1921.

Martin, F.R. The Miniature Paintings and Painters of


Persia, India and Turkey. London, 1912,
reprint 1976.

Mittal, J. Andhra Paintings of the Ramayana.


Hyderabad, 196 9.

Mehta, N. C. Studies in Indian Painting. Bombay, 1928.

Nath, R. Some Aspects of Mughal Architecture.


New Delhi, 1976.

Pal, P. Ragamala Paintings in the Museum of Fine


Arts, Boston. An Exhibition held at the
Museum, dec 1967 - jan 1968. Boston, 1968.

Pinder Wilson, R. Paintings from Islamic Lands. Oxford, 1969.

Ed., Paintings from the Muslim Courts of India.


An Exhibition held in the Prints and Drawings
Gallery, British Museum 13 April to 11 July
1976. World of Islam Festival, London, 1976.

Ray, Niharranjan Idea and Image in Indian Art , New Delhi,


1972.
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Ray, Niharranjan An Approach to Indian Art. Chandigarh, 1374.

Mughal Court Painting: A Study in Social


and Formal Analysis. The Indian Museum,
Calcutta, 1975.

Randhawa, M„S. Basohli Painting.- Mew Delhi, 1959.

Kangra Paintings of the Bhagavata Purana.


New Delhi, 1960.

Kangra Paintings of the Gita Govinda. New


Delhi, 1963.

Raw son, P. S. Indian Painting. Paris, 1961.

Rieu, Charles. Catalogue of the Persian Manuscripts in


the British Museum, volumes I, II and III.
London, 1879, 1881 and 1883 respectively
and Supplement 1895.

Robinson, B.W. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Persian


Painting in the Bodleian Library. Oxford,
1958.

Robinson, B. W., Falk, Toby, et. al. Persian and Mughal Art.
An Exhibition held at Colnaghi's from
7 April to 20 May 1976. London, 1976.

Sivaramamurti. South Indian Paintings. New Delhi, 1968.

Skelton, R. Indian Miniatures. Venice, 1961.

Rajasthan Temple Hangings of the Krishna


Cult from the Collection of Karl Mann.
New York, 1978.

Sotheby Messrs. Sotheby and Co., London Sale


Catalogues of Oriental Manuscripts and
Miniatures, especially
1969, 1st December: The Property of the
Kevorkian Foundation
1972, 12th December: The Collection of
Cary V'elch
1973 , 11th December: The Property of
Younosi, John Huston and
Dr. R. P. Coomeraswamy.
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Stchoukine Les Miniatures Indienne a I'Epoque des


Grands Moghols au Musee du Louvre.
Paris, 1929.

Les Miniatures Indiennes a I'Epoque des


Grands Moghols. Paris, 1929.

Stooke, H. J. and Khandalavala, K. The Laud Pagamala


Miniatures. Oxford, 1953.

Staude, Wilhelm Die Mogul Maler der AkbarZeit (Indien


XVI Jahrhundert). Vienna, 1935.

Stryzgowski Die Indischen Miniaturen im Schlosse


Schonbrunn. Vienna, 1S35.

Tyulayev, S. Miniatures of Babur Nama. State Fine


Arts Publishing, Moscow, 1960.

Welch, S. C. The Art of Mughal India. Paintings and


Precious Objects. Mew York, 1954.

____________ Indian Drawings and Painted Sketches. 16th


through 19th centuries. New York, 1975.

____________ Royal Persian Manuscripts. London, 1976.

^'elch, S. C. and Beach, M.C. Gods, Thrones and Peacocks.


Northern Indian Painting from Two Traditions.
New York, 1964.

Welch, S. C. and Zebrowski, M. A Flower from Every


Meadow. Indian Paintings from American
Collections. New York, 1973.

Wellesz, E. Akbar's Religious Thought Reflected in


Mogul Painting. London, 1952.

Wilkinson, J.V.S. The Lights of Canopus: The Anvar-i-


Suhaili. London, 1929.

__________________ Mughal Painting. London, 1948.

Verma, S.P. Art and Material Culture in the Paintings


of Akbar's Court. New Delhi, 1978.
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SECTION IV: JOURNALS

Beveridge* H. "The Memoirs of Bayazid". Journal


of the Asiatic Society of Bengal,
(LXVH pt. 1. no. 4 (1898).

"The Sources of the Akbar Nama"


Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal,
no. 14(1918), pp.469-471.

Blochmann, H. "Badaoni and his ^orks", Journal of


the Asiatic Society of Bengal, vol. 38
pt.l (1869).

Buckler, F.V'. "A New Interpretation of Akbar's


'Infallibility' Decree of 1579", Journal
of the Royal Asiatic Society, London,
1924, pp. 590-608.

Chandra, Pramod "An Outline of Early Rajasthan Painting",


Marg, XI, No. 3, Bombay 1958.

"A Ragamala Set of the Mewar School


in the National Museum of India",
Lalit Kala III, Nos. 3 and 4.

"Ustad Salivahana and the development


of Popular Mughal Art", Lalit Kala VIII,
New Delhi 1960, pp. 25-46.

"A Series of Ramayana Paintings of the


Popular Mughal School", Bulletin of the
Prince of Wales Museum, No. 6,
Bombay 1957-59, pp. 64-70.

Codrington, K.B. "Portraits of Akbar the Great Mughal


(1542-16C5)", Burlington Magazine
Nos. 82-83, London 1943.

Cohn-Wiener, E. "Miniatures of R.azm Namah from


Akbar's Time", Indian Art and Letters
No. 12, London 1938. '
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Coomeraswamy, A.K. "Mughal Portraiture", Qrientalisches


Archiv III, Leipzig, 1912.

_______ _______________"Portraits of Akbar, Raja Man Singh


and Others", Journal of the Royal
Asiatic Society, London, 1918.

______________________ "Mughal Painting (Akbar and Jahangir)",


Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts,
Mo. 16, Boston, 1918.

______________________ "Relation of Mughal and Rajput Painting"


Rupam no. 31, Calcutta, 1927.

______________________ "Notes on Indian Painting; A Contribution


to Mughal Iconography", Artibus Asiae
nos. I-IV. Dresden 1927

______________________ "Les Miniatures Orientales de la


Collection Goloubew a u Museum de
Fine Arts de Boston" Ars A^siatica XII,
Brussels, 1929.

Das, A.K. "The Foundation of Mughal Painting",


Bulletin of the Asiatic Society,
Calcutta, 1970.

__________ "Bishandas", Chhavi; Golden Jubilee


Volume, pp. 183-191, Banares 1971.

__________ "Ustad Mansur", Lalit Kala no. 17,


pp. 32-39, New Delhi, 1974.

__________ "A Scene from the Jahangir Nama in


the Victoria Memorial", Bulletin
Victoria Memorial, Calcutta, 1968,
pp. 5-9.

Dimand, M.S. "Three Indian Paintings of the Early


Mughal Period", Bulletin of the
Metropolitan Museum of Art, no. 23,
New York, 1928.
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Bimand* M. S. "Persian and Indian Miniature Paintings"*


Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of
Art* no, 30. New York* 1935.

"Mughal Painting under Akbar the


Great. " Bulletin of the Metropolitan
Museum of Art, no. 12, New York*
1953-54.

"An Exhibition of Islamic and Indian


Paintings". Bulletin of the Metropolitan
Museum of Art* no. 14, New York* 1955.

"Several Illustrations from the


Dastan-i-Amir Hamsa in American
Collections", Artibus Asiae XI, 1-2,
Ascona, 1948.

Ettinghausen, R. "The Emperor's Choice", De Artibus


Opuscula XI* New York, 1961.

Goetz* H. "The Early Oudh School of Mughal


Painting: Two Albums in the Baroda
Museum", Bulletin of the Baroda State
Museum, no. 21, Baroda 1944-45.

"An Illustration from the Hamzah Hamah,


the Earliest Mughal Manuscript, "
Bulletin of the Baroda State Museum,
no. 21* Baroda 1944-45.

"Life and Art in the Mughal Period,


the Mental Background of Mughal Painting
and Its Reflection in Art*" Journal of
the University of Bombay* IV, Bombay,
1958.

"Notes on Indian Miniature Paintings",


Bulletin of the Baroda State Museum*
no. 7. Baroda* 1945.

"Indian Miniatures in German Museums


and Private Collections", Eastern Art
Quarterly, II, Philadelphia, 1930.
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Gray, B. "An Early Mughal Illuminated Page",


British Museum Quarterly, no. 8,
London, 1934.

"Islamic Art at the Indian Exhibition,


Royal Academy, London, Nov. 1947 to
Feb 1948, Ars Islamica XV-XVI, pp.
145-149, Ann Arbor, 1851.

"Vestern Indian Painting in the Sixteenth


Century: The Origins of the Rajput
School", Burlington Magazine XC, London,
1948, pp. 41-45.

Haq, M. M. "The Khan Khan an and his Painters,


Illuminators and Calligraphists",
Islamic Culture, no. 5, 1931.

Hendley, T.H. "The Razm Mamah Manuscript",


Memorials of the Jeypore Exhibition,
IV, London, 1884

Hosten, Rev. "Father Ivlonserrate's Account of Akbar",


Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal,
no. 5. (new series), Calcutta, 1912.

Habib, Irfan "Presidential Address to the Indian


Historical Congress", Proceedings of
the Indian Historical Congress, Thirty
Third Session, Varanasi 1969, Patna,
1970, pp. 139-161.

Khan, A.N. "An Illustrated Akbar Mama Manuscript


in the Victoria and Albert Museum,
London", East and ^ est (new series),
vol. 19, nos 3-4, pp. 424-29.

Khan, I. A. "The Nobility under Akbar and the


Development of his Religious Policy",
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society,
London, 1968.

Khandalavala, K. "Leaves from Rajasthan"; Marg IV,


no. 3, Bombay 195j.
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Khandalavala, K. "A Mughal Miniature of Prince


Khurram Slaying a Lion, Bulletin of
the Baroda State Museum, nos. 18-11,
Baroda, 1935. x

_________________ "identification of the Portraits of


Malik Ambar", Lalit Kala, nos 1-2,
* New Delhi 1955-56, pp. 23-31.

Khandalavala and Motichandra "New Documents in Indian


Painting", Bulletin of the Prince of
i:'rales Museum, no. 7, Bombay 1957-59.

Khandalavala and Jagdish Mittal "An Early. Illustrated Manuscript


of the Tilasm and Zodiac", Lalit Kala,
no. 14, New Delhi, 1969.

Krishna, Anand "Some Pre-Akbari Examples of


Rajasthani Illustrations", Marg XI, nc. 2
Bombay 1953.

________________ "A Study of the Akbari Artist: Farrukh


Chela, Chhavi: Golden Jubilee Volume,
pp. 353-73, Banares, 1971.

Krishna, Kalyan "Problems of a Portrait of Jahangir


in the Musee Guimet, Paris, Chhavi:
Golden Jubilee Volume, pp. 392.

Lee, S. and Chandra, P, "A Newly Discovered Tutinama and


the Continuity of the Indian Tradition
of Manuscript Painting", Burlington
Magazine, London, 1963.

Lees, Major W. Nassau "Materials for the History of India


for the Six Hundred Years of
Mohammedan Rule Previous to the
Foundations of the British Empire",
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society,
(new series) 1868, vol III, pp. 441-475.

Marcus,' M.F. * VA Page from a Bated Razm Nama",


Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of
Art, no. 48, Cleveland, 1961.

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Finder ^'ilson, R.H. "Three Illustrated Manuscripts of the


Mughal Period", Ars Orientalis II,
Ann Arbor, 1957, pp. 413-422„

"A Persian Translation of the Maha-


bharata" - A Note on the Miniatures"
British Museum Quarterly, p. 63-65.

Rizvi, S.A.A. "Munajat-i-Abu'l Fazl", Medieval


Indian Quarterly, 1961, p.118 ff.

Sherwani, H. "Deccani Preludes to Akbar's Social


and Economic Reforms", Islamic
Culture L, 1976.

Skelton, R. "The Mughal Artist Farrokh Beg",


Ars Orientalis II, pp. 393 ff. London,
1973.

"Mughal Paintings from a Hari Vamsa


Manuscript", Victoria and Albert
Museum Yearbook II, pp. 415 ff.

"The Ni’amatnama: a Landmark in


Malwa Painting", Marg XII no. 3,
Bombay, 1959.

Smart, E. "Four Illustrated Babur Kama Manuscripts",


Art and Archeology Research Papers III,
London, 1978.

Staude, W. "Contributions a l'Etude de Basawan",


Revue des Arts Asiatiques, VIII,
Ascona, 1934.

___________ "Les Artistes de la Cour d'A,kbar et


les Illustrations du Bastan-i-Amir
Hamza, Arts Asiatiques, II, Ascona,
1955.

___________ "Le Paysage dans L’Akbar Namah",


Revue des Arts Asiatiques III, pp.
102-199, Ascona, 1928.

___________ "Muskine", Revue des Arts Asiatiques V,


pp. 169-75, Ascona, 1928.
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Stchoukine, I. "Portraits Mc-gbols I-III", Revue des


Arts Asiatiques VI-VII, Ascona 193--32.

"Portraits Mioghols IV", Revue des Arts


Asiatiques IX. Ascona, 1S35.

"Quelques Images de Jahangir dans une


Divan de Hafiz" Gazette des Beaux Arts
VI, Paris, 1937.

"Les Peintures du Shah Namah Demotte"


Arts Asiatiques, V, Ascona, 1953.

Welch, S. C. "Early Mughal Miniature Paintings from


Two Private Collections Shown at the
Fogg Art Museum", Ars Orientalis III,
pp. 133 ff. Ann Arbor, 1959.

"The Emperor Akbar's Khamsa of


Nizami", Journal of Walters Art Gallery,
Baltimore, 1959.

"The Paintings of Basawan", Lalit Kala, '


no. 1C, New Delhi, I960.

Vellesz, E. "Mughal Paintings at Burlington House",


Burlington Magazine, no. SO, London, 1343.

"An Akbar Namah Manuscript", Burlington


Magazine LXXX, London, 1942.

'Wilkinson, J.V.S "A Dated Illustrated Manuscript of


Akbar's Reign", Journal of the Indian
Society of Oriental Art, II, Calcutta,
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