§ 53. A Subordinate Officer protected against his Superior.§ 54. Aurangzib’s just dealing with his officers.§ 55. No money for repairing forts.§ 56. No money for repairing forts.§ 57. Reliance on God in financial difficulty.§ 58. Mutinous artillery officers cheated.§ 59. Do not provoke a satirical poet.§ 60. A backbiter punished.§ 61. Angry Governor punishes his slanderer.§ 62. Official discipline—both sides punished!§ 63. Every regulation to be rigidly observed.§ 64. Official etiquette enforced.§ 65. Royal prerogative infringed.§ 66. Ambition of an Abyssinian admiral.§ 67. A fragment.§ 68. Be not too proud of your good service.
Section IV: Policies Towards Shias and Hindus
§ 69. Sunni refuses to marry Shia’s daughter.§ 70. Ruhullah Khan’s death and funeral.§ 71. Hindu prisoners of war executed.§ 72. The Jaziya to be inexorably levied.ANECDOTES OF AURANGZIB(English translation of AHKAM-I-ALAMGIRI ascribedto Hamid-ud-din Khan Bahadur)WITHA Life of Aurangzib and Historical NotesByJADUNATH SARKAR, M.A.,Indian Educational Service.
SECOND EDITION REVISED
M. C. SARKAR & SonsCALCUTTA1925