Major (now Colonel) Luard, in his book on Dhār and Māndu, gives the following Bibliography.

1. Archaeological Survey Report, 1902-3.

2. Archaeological Survey of Western India, Progress Report, 1904.

3. Barnes, Captain E., Journal of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, lviii, p. 399.

4. Bayley, E. C., The History of Gujrat, 1886.

5. Blochmann and Jarret, Ain-i-Akbari of Abul Fazl (Calcutta, 1873-94).

6. Briggs, Col. J., The History of the Rise of the Muhammadan power in India, 1829 (reprint, Calcutta, 1919).

7. Elliot, H. H., The History of India, as told by its own Historians, 1867-77.

8. Epigraphia Indo-Moslemica, 1909-10.

9. Fergusson, J., History of India and Eastern Architecture (new edition, 1910).

10. Hakluyt Society’s Publications: The Embassy of Sir Thomas Roe to the Court of the Great Mohal, by W. Foster, 1899.

The Journal of John Jourdain, by W. Foster, 1905.

11. Luard, C. E., Gazetteer of the Dhar State, Bombay, 1908.

12. Luard, C. E., and Lele, K. K., The Paramaras of Dhār and Mālwa, Bombay, 1908.

13. Luard, C. E., A Bibliography of the Literature dealing with the Central India Agency, 1908.

14. Price, D., Memoirs of the Emperor Jehangir, 1829.

15. Terry, E., Voyage to East India, 1655 (reprint, 1777).

16. Wright, N., Catalogue of the Muhammadan Coins in the Calcutta Museum (Oxford, 1907).

In addition the following have been consulted:

Abbott, James, Capt., The T’hākoorine, 1841, republished as revised under title The Legend of Māndoo, 1893, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.

Bombay Subaltern, History of Māndoo, published 1844, republished Bombay Education Society Press, 1875 and 1879.

Barnes, E. W., Major, Dhār and Māndu, Bombay Education Society Press, 1902.

Beveridge, H., Akbārnāma, vol. ii, Calcutta, 1904.

Harris, G. C., Capt., The Ruins of Māndoo, reprint, Dhār, 1892.

Luard, C. E., Major, Dhār and Māndu, Allahabad, 1912.

Stirling, W., Lt.-Col., Rivers of Paradise, 1855.






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