An atlas of the Mughal Empire
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An atlas of the Mughal Empire political and economic maps with detailed notes, bibliography and index. by Irfan Habib

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Published by Oxford University Press in Delhi .
Written in English

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Other titlesAn atlas of the Mogul Empire., An atlas of teh Moghul Empire.
ContributionsAligarh Muslim University. Centre for Advanced Study in History.
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Open LibraryOL15947496M

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