Domination may refer to various things:
A Forgotten Empire: Vijayanagar; A Contribution to the History of India - The text of the history by Robert Sewell. At Project Gutenberg.
Hindu Kush means Hindu Slaughter - Accounts of the taking of captives across the Hindu Kush into West Asia and the possible origins of European Gypsies in these captives.
Impact of Islam on India - Examines the impact of Islam on Indian culture, society, trade, politics, manufacturing, social relations, art and crafts and urbanization
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Rewriting Indian History - Criticisms of established mainstream histories and historians of India. Concentrates particularly on the period of Muslim domination, and accepted views of the Muslim conquests.
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Sidi Al Reis; Travels to India - Extract from the Mirat ul Memalik, the account by Sidi Al Reis, a Turkish admiral of his travels in India in 1557.
The Real Akbar. - Unsympathetic account of Akbar, detailing some of his less publicised and intolerant acts and practices.
The Rise and Fall of the Mughals - On Mughal military expansion, development of trade and manufacturing by Sher Shah Suri and Akbar, Mughal arts and crafts, and factors that contributed to the collapse of the empire.
Meta Description: [ Mughal rule in India; context of the Mughal victories; Mughal tastes, Persian, Central Asian influences; Urdu as court language and language of elite; military strength and power; militaristic expnasionism; collaboration with Rajputs; policy of coercion and collabotration; tactical and military a... ]