A Selected Bibliography of the Sikhs & Sikhism
History of India, 1739—1749, translated by F. Gladwin. Wm.Mackay, Calcutta, 1788.The original Persian work is called
forwhich see Persian Section, under Abdul Karim, Kashmiri, Munshi.Nadir Shah’s return journey to Persia, 1-4; Hindustaniprisoners released and made over to Zakariya Khan—affairs atLahore after the death of Zakariya, 172-181; the first and secondinvasions of Ahmad Shah Durrani, 182—.Abdul Karim Bukhari, Mir. Historie de l’Asie Central. Afghanistan,Boukhara, Khiva, Khoqand—depuis les dernieres anees du regnede Nadir Chah—1153—jusqu’een 1233 de I’ Hegrire—1740-1818—Tradulte par c. Schefer. Paris, 1876. French. ILC. 115. A. 2.Abdur Rashid, Sh. An Account of Najibuddaulah by Sayyad NuruddinHusain, translated into English. Aligarh, 1952................Najibuddaulah: His life and Times. Aligarh, 1952.Aberigh-Mackay, G. R. Native Chiefs and their States in 1877, a Manualof Reference. The Times of India Steam Press, Bombay, 1878.Part II. Chapter, I. The Punjab—Cashmere—Patiala—Bahawalpur—Jind—Nabha—Mandi—Male rkotla, etc.Acharya, Anand. See Ananda Acharya, Sri.A. D. See Deane, A.Adams, Andrew Leith. Wanderings of a Naturalist in India, the WesternHimalayas and Cashmere. Edmnston and Douglas, Edinburgh,1867.Remarks on the battle of Aliwal which he calls the “Battleof Despatch”, and on that of Budiwal (Baddowal) where the Britishgained a ‘disadvantage’ and not a Victory, 60—1; battle—field of Chillianwala, 123—24; Gulab Singh and the mode of his rule inCashmere, 172.