The History of India from the Earliest Ages, Vol. 3 (Classic Reprint) (Paperback)

By James Talboys Wheeler

Forgotten Books, 9781330186282, 532pp.

Publication Date: December 17, 2018

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Excerpt from The History of India From the Earliest Ages, Vol. 3

The next volume, which is already in preparation, will be devoted to the history of Mussulman, Mahmtta, and British India. The importance of the Mussnlman annals cannot be denied; but that importance is due more to the part which the Mussnlman religion has played in the history of the world, than to any light which it throws upon India in particular. This importance is increasing day by day; for few impartial observers will deny the fact that to all appearance the people of India are drifting slowly but surely towards the religion of the prophet of Arabia, rather than towards that Christianity which is freely offered, but which they are not prepared to accept. It is hoped that the volume on Mussnlman, Mahratta, and early An glo-indian history will be published in November next.

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