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The Dublin university magazine - 495. oldal
szerző: University magazine - 1854
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The History of India, 2. kötet

Mountstuart Elphinstone - 1841
...and prosperity. * * Tavernier, who had repeatedly visited most parts of India, says that Shah Jehan " reigned not so much as a king over his subjects, but rather as a father over his family and children," and goes on to commend the strictness of his civil government, and to speak in high...

The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1854
...therefore, not go much surprised at the rashness which permitted him to say of a hiilf-civilised sovereign within historic times, "that he reigned not so much...— had he praised no monarchs later than Avoca or Vicbrermadiytia, it would have been at least difficult to disprove any assertions which might have...

The English Cyclopaedia

1867
...were i-till in full force; and Tavernier, who visited India during this rcipu, says that Shahjehan "' reigned not so much as a king over his subjects, but rather as a father over his family and children." The ujaguificeuce of his court was unequalled even in the tales of Oriental pomp. The...

Biography: Or, Third Division of "The English Encyclopedia", 5. kötet

Charles Knight - 1867
...foroe; and Tavernier, who visited India during this reipn, says that Shahjehan " reigned not so much aa a king over his subjects, but rather as a father over his family and children." The magnificence of his court was unequalled even in the tales of Oriental pomp. The...

The Turks in India: Critical Chapters on the Administration of that Country ...

Henry George Keene - 1879 - 255 oldal
...view for which he is cited as an authority by the modern pessimists. " Shahjahan," says our baron, " reigned not so much as a king over his subjects, but rather as a father over his family and children." " This great king," he is called by Tavernier, " during whose reign there was such a...

Warriors of the Crescent

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1892 - 317 oldal
...the whole, with gentleness, and encouraging the arts of peace. Tavernier, the traveller, says of him that " he reigned not so much as a king over his subjects as a father over his children " ; and his rule exhibited some of the best features of a paternal despotism....

History of India from the Earliest Times to the Present Day: For ..., 1. kötet

Henry George Keene - 1893
...administration the Europeans of those days give a favourable view. Thus Tavernier declares that the Emperor " reigned not so much as a king over his subjects, but rather as a father over his family." And elsewhere he speaks of him as a great ruler, " during whose reign there was such a strictness in...

Essays and Lectures on the Industrial Development of India, and Other Indian ...

Pramatha Nath Bose - 1906 - 288 oldal
...exposed there for sale. Tavernier, who had repeatedly visited most parts of India, ' says that Shah Jehan reigned not so much as a King over his subjects, but rather as a father over his family and children. He commends the strictness of his civil Government and speaks highly of the security...

History of India from the Earliest Times to the End of the ..., 1. kötet

Henry George Keene - 1906
...administration the Europeans of those days give a favourable view. Thus Tavernier declares that the Emperor " reigned not so much as a king over his subjects, but rather as a father over his family." And elsewhere he speaks of him as a great ruler, " during whose reign there was such a strictness in...

The Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review and Oriental and Colonial Record

1900
...Musjid at Delhi, still survive to glorify his reign. But despite what Tavernier says of his reigning, " not so much as a king over his subjects, but rather as a father over his family," we cannot forget that he caused his elder brother Khusru to be assassinated — at least, that was...




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