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" For many years previous to 983, the emperor had gained in succession remarkable and decisive victories. The empire had grown in extent from day to day ; everything turned out well, and no opponent was left in the whole world. His Majesty had thus leisure... "
Medieval India: From Sultanat to the Mughals Part - II - Page 169
by Satish Chandra - 2005 - 290 pages
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Introduction to the Science of Religion: Four Lectures Delivered at the ...

Friedrich Max Müller - Religions - 1873 - 403 pages
...emperor had gained in succession remarkable and decisive victories. The empire had grown in extent from day to day ; everything turned out well, and...nearer contact with ascetics and the disciples of the Mu'fniyyah sect, and passed much of his time in discussing the word of God (Qoran), and the word of...
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The Ain i Akbari, Volume 1

India - 1873
...emperor had gained in succession remarkable and decisive victories. The empire had grown in extent from day to day ; everything turned out well, and...nearer contact with ascetics and the disciples of the Mu'iniyyah sect, and passed much of his time in discussing the word of God (Qoran), and the word of...
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On False Analogies

Friedrich Max Müller - Mythology - 1873 - 403 pages
...emperor had gained in succession remarkable and decisive victories. The empire had grown in extent •from day to day ; everything turned out well, and...nearer contact with ascetics and the disciples of the Mu'fniyyah sect, and passed much of his time in discussing the word of God (Qoran), and the word of...
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The Ain i Akbari, Volume 1

Abū al-Faz̤l ibn Mubārak - India - 1873 - 678 pages
...983, the emperor had gained in succession remarkable and dvictories. The empire had grown in extent from day to day ; everything turned out well, and no opponent was left in the whole world. His 51 had thus leisure to come into nearer contact with ascetics and the discipl' of the Mu'iniyyah sect,...
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Introduction to the Science of Religion

F. Max Muller - 1893
...emperor had gained in succession remarkable and decisive victories. The empire had grown in extent from day to day ; everything turned out well, and no opponent was left in the whole world. His Jlajesty had thus leisure to come into nearer contact with ascetics and the disciples of the Mu'iniyyah...
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