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Anecdotes of Aurangzeb

Anecdotes of Aurangzeb

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For the last 60 years,the Communist historians with the tacit approval of the Congress party have distorted Indian history.The Communist governments of West Bengal and Kerala are in the forfront of this disinformation campaign.Koenraad Elst calls this "negationism" or denial of historical facts.Here are some documents which shed some light on India's turbulent past.Untold millions have been massacred, in a manner that is evocative of what the Church has wrought in South America.
For the last 60 years,the Communist historians with the tacit approval of the Congress party have distorted Indian history.The Communist governments of West Bengal and Kerala are in the forfront of this disinformation campaign.Koenraad Elst calls this "negationism" or denial of historical facts.Here are some documents which shed some light on India's turbulent past.Untold millions have been massacred, in a manner that is evocative of what the Church has wrought in South America.

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 AHKAM-I-ALAMGIRI 
(Anecdotes of Aurangzib)AurangzibTitle PageIntroduction War of SuccessionAurangzib’s Reign in Northern IndiaAurangzib’s Reign in the DeccanThe Last PhaseAurangzib’s Character Anecdotes of AurangzibAbbreviations Anecdotes of AurangzibSection I: About Himself  § 1. Young Aurangzib fights with an elephant.§ 2. Aurangzib’s early jealousy of Dara.§ 3. Young Aurangzib’s courtesy to Nobles.§ 4. Shah Jahan’s estimate of his sons.§ 5. Love-affair with Zainabadi.§ 6. Aurangzib’s precautions in beginning the War of Succession.§ 7. Battle of Khajwa.§ 8. Aurangzib’s last will and testament. Section II: About His Sons and GrandsonsA.Bahadur Shah (Muazzam) § 9. Arrest of Prince Muazzam.§ 10 Wise Counsels for Kings.§ 11. Advice to his Heir. Gloomy Prophecy.§ 12. Infringement of Royal Prerogative.§ 13. Infringement of Royal Prerogative.§ 14. Royal Prerogative infringed.§ 15. Royal Prerogative Infringed.§ 16. Suspicious watching of his sons. B.Azam Shah § 17. The Capitulation of Parli.
 
§ 18. Strict Justice between a Prince and a Commoner § 19. Be not too bold.§ 20. Prince Azam punished for quarrelling with the Superintendent of hisharem.§ 21. Maintain peace on the highways.§ 22. Unintentional contempt of “Court” punished.§ 23. The Emperor’s repartee.§ 24. Aurangzib keeps his sons at a distance. C.Kam Bakhsh § 25. Kam Bakhsh placed under arrest.D.Bidar Bakht (son of Azam Shah) § 26. Bidar Bakht punished for neglect of duty.§ 27. Quarrel between Bidar Bakht and his wife. 
Section III: About His Officers
§ 28. Humiliation of Nusrat Jang.§ 29. Obey orders first.§ 30. Presumptuousness of a Deccani officer.§ 31. Faithlessness of Deccani officers.§ 32. Beware of the Sayyids of Barha!§ 33. The Rise of the Nizam’s father.§ 34. Trials to be held strictly according to Quranic Law§ 35. Preaches meekness to Firuz Jang.§ 36. Kindness to Hamid Khan Bahadur.§ 37. Oppressive Governor rebuked.§ 38. Qualifications of a Governor.§ 39. Ability the only qualification for office.§ 40. Aurangzib preaches humility to an officer.§ 41. Proverty is no hindrance where there is a will.§ 42. A silent suppliant.§ 43. Work for your wages.§ 44. Charity covers a multitude of sins.§ 45. The mystic number Twelve.§ 46. Kings should never rest.§ 47. Rigorous marching even in illness.§ 48. A profligate noble punished.§ 49. Vigilance against foreign invader’s stratagem.§ 50. Be ever vigilant against foreign Powers.§ 51. Promptitude in repelling foreign invasion.§ 52. Persians and Indians contrasted.
 
§ 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

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