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" Through these perverted opinions he had given up the prayers, fasting, and other obligations imposed by the law. ... It became manifest that if Dara Shukoh obtained the throne and established his power, the foundations of the faith would be in danger... "
The Peacock Throne: The Drama of Mogul India - Page 154
by Waldemar Hansen - 1986 - 560 pages
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 7

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1877
...prayers, fasting and other obligations imposed by the law. * * It became manifest that if Dara Shukoh obtained the throne and established his power, the...be changed for the rant of infidelity and Judaism.] Mir Ju.rn.la Mu'azzam Khan. the promise of which the retreat of Aurangzeb had been obtained. The intrigues...
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Histoire de la Dernière Révolution Des États Du Gran Mogul

François Bernier - India - 1891 - 497 pages
...prayers, fasting, and other obligations imposed by the law. ... It became manifest that if Dara Shukoh obtained the throne and established his power, the...precepts of Islam would be changed for the rant of inf1delity and Judaism.'— Elliot, History of Itui1a, vol. vii. page 179. For a defmition of Sufism,...
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A History of Hindu Civilisation During British Rule, Volume 3

Pramatha Nath Bose - Civilization, Hindu - 1896
...Hindi upon rings. " It became manifest,'' says the author of Alamgir-na'ma', '' that if Dara Sukoh obtained the throne and established his power, the foundations of the faith would be in danger." Aurangzeb was a bigot such as orthodox Mahomedans had long been looking for ; they advocated his cause,...
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Essays and Lectures on the Industrial Development of India, and Other Indian ...

Pramatha Nath Bose - Caste - 1906 - 288 pages
...engraved in Hindi upon rings : " It became manifest," says the author of Alamgir-nama, " that if Dara Suko obtained the throne and established his power, the foundations of the faith would be in danger."* Aurangzeb was a bigot such as orthodox Mahomedans had long been looking for; they advocated his cause,...
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Travels in the Mogul Empire

Francois Bernier - 1996 - 497 pages
...prayers, fasting, and other obligations imposed by the law. ... It became manifest that if Dara Shukoh obtained the throne and established his power, the...changed for the rant of infidelity and Judaism.'— Elliot, History of fiu/ia, vol. vii. page 179. For a definition of Sufism, which is and always has...
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