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❃ [EPUB] ✻ Rebel Sultans By Manu S. Pillai ➜ – Myportal.pro Rebel Sultans Tracing the origins of Malik Ambar Rebel Sultans Tracing the origins of Malik Ambar the hero of the Deccan who started out as an African slave Excerpt from Rebel Sultans in FirstPost JunRebel Sultans Tracing the origins of Malik Ambar Rebel Sultans Tracing the origins of Malik Ambar the hero of the Deccan who started out as an African slave Excerpt from Rebel Sultans in FirstPost June The hero of the Deccan had skin the colour of coal Emperors snarled at him from afar while enemies at home rattled in fear when he marched into their neighbourhoods Many were those who despised him but many still were the Rebel Sultans The Deccan From Khilji To Shivaji – Rebel Sultans puts forth the magnificent world of the Deccan its rulers interesting political personal decisions and the cities that prospered Manu keeps his readers hooked to the book right till the end without losing the focus on the minute details The bibliography or the footnoting creates for another interesting read which proves how extensively Manu has worked on the book This Rebel Sultans The Deccan from Khilji to Shivaji Book Summary In Rebel Sultans Manu S Pillai narrates the story of the Deccan from the close of the thirteenth century to the dawn of the eighteenth Packed with riveting tales and compelling characters this book takes us from the age of Alauddin Khilji to the ascent of Shivaji We witness the dramatic rise and fall of the Vijayanagar empire even as we negotiate intrigues at the courts of Rebel sultans Latest Rebel sultans News Videos Get the latest Rebel sultans news videos and headlines Explore for Rebel sultans breaking news opinions special reports and on Livemint REBEL SULTANS The Deccan from Khilji to Shivaji Rebel Sultans will bring the fascinating history of the medieval Deccan to a whole new generation of readers’ WILLIAM DALRYMPLE In when Emperor Aurangzeb went to his grave the Mughal Empire began to crack into a hundred fractured pieces It was the lure of the Deccan that drained this conueror’s energies putting him on a course of collision with his most threatening adversaries Rebel Sultans — a treat for history buffs | Daily times The book Rebel Sultans by Manu S Pillai aims to shine a light on these forgotten chap.

Ters of history Praised by the likes of Sunil Khilnani and William Dalrymple Pilla manages to capture the Rebel Sultans Latest News Photos Videos Manu S Pillai’s Rebel Sultans The Deccan From Khilji to Shivaji traces the history of Deccan India from th to th century Rebel Sultans Tracing the origins of Malik Ambar In Rebel Sultans Manu S Pillai traces the history of the Deccan from the end of the th century to the dawn of the th He tells the story of the Vijayanagar empire the court of the Bahmani kings and the Rebel sultans — punctuated by drama betrayal and murder The book features characters such as Malik Ambar Chand Bibi and Krishnadeva Raya and is published by Juggernaut Books The Manu S Pillai's 'Rebel Sultans' review The Deccan Rebel Sultans | Narmada River | Madhya Pradesh Aakar Patel Last Updated at August IST Follow us on The Deccan is a sort of liminal space on the subcontinent It is neither north nor fully south though its name of course is derived from the Sanskrit word for south dakshina What was called Dakhan or Deccan was the area that began where Hindustan ended REBEL SULTANS | Mathrubhumi Books Home History REBEL SULTANS Add to cart REBEL SULTANS ₹ ₹ % off in stock REBEL SULTANS uantity Add to cart Add to Wishlist Rebel Sultans The Deccan from Khilji to Shivaji by ‘Rebel Sultans’ reads like a cricket commentary voluble but without any depth A rat tat tat of facts thrown your way a jumbled assortment of characters moving in and out of picture without leaving any mark Pillai manages to turn an interesting epoch of history into mindless drivel The principle problem is of course he bites than he can chew centuries condensed into a short Rebels sultans The deccan from Khilji to Shivaji Rebel Sultans The Deccan from Khilji to Shivaji by Manu S Pillai is an eye opener captivating story of southern India which is popularly called Deccan or Dakshin Author has made it a interesting read by spicing up with short stories references It is a well researched book but as with all historical books author cou.

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Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro Manu S Pillai was born in Kerala in 1990 and educated at Fergusson College Pune and at King's College London Following the completion of his master's degree where he presented his thesis on the emergence of religious nationalism in nineteenth century India in 2011 12 he managed the parliamentary office of Dr Shashi Tharoor in New Delhi and was then aide to Lord Bilimoria CBE DL a crossbenc

10 thoughts on “Rebel Sultans

  1. Ashish Iyer Ashish Iyer says:

    Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro rebel kindle, sultans pdf, Rebel Sultans EpubBORINGWriting style wasn't good and unnecessary use of dry humor 501 years of history cant be justify in 226 pages It could have been longer and detailed Author seems to be whitewashing history He is trying to pushing the narrative of Hindu and Muslim conflict was just politics court conspiracy and not religious one The author emphasizes this multiple times He even whitewashed violent part of Deccan history There is no reference to Malik Kafur’s destruction of Hindu temples no objective mention of forceful conversions during the sultanate era or such Even the analysis of motivations behind the Muslim alliance during the Battle of Talikota was hilarious N


  2. Shivam Chaturvedi Shivam Chaturvedi says:

    Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro rebel kindle, sultans pdf, Rebel Sultans EpubI had the great pleasure of listening to Manu Pillai live earlier this year at the 2018 Jaipur Literature Festival It was at a session where he was talking about his book called the Ivory Throne and came across as someone who was extremely knowledgeable insightful and with that carefree sense of humor that inevitably seems to creep in when you've read and seen so much of the past that almost everything in hindsight seems like a bit of a jokeThose characteristics then have creeped right into this second book of his haven't read Ivory Throne yet though The book is a certified page turner with a sum total of zero pages that are close to remotely boring History was always my favorite subject even back in school when the content was drab NCERT books Rebel Sultans is nowhere remotely like tha


  3. Hrishikesh Hrishikesh says:

    Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro rebel kindle, sultans pdf, Rebel Sultans EpubSeverally disappointedOn the face of it the subject matter of the book was deeply fascinating Our view of history is so overwhelmingly Delhi centric that I looked forward to a well written concise and readable history of the Deccan Unfortunately I was disappointedOne reason for my disappointment is that the subject matter is extremely co


  4. Ajay Ajay says:

    Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro rebel kindle, sultans pdf, Rebel Sultans EpubAt first i thought Yayyy finally i get to read book on south India because we were always force to read Delhi centric history but this book was a huge disappointment There was so many dry humor This book doesn't justify history of 700 years in just 200 pages Even proper references were lacking The problem with this book is it is too biased And it felt like author was trying to push the narrative of Hindu Muslim conflict was just political one not religious one It seems author attempt to whitewash the violent episodes of issues between Islamic and Non Muslim He keep on repeating this issue This later spoil the reading experience Book felt like collection of articles from internet There was no deep research and at times it felt book was rushed in many places without any proper explanation There was no reference of Malik Kafur’s destruction of religious sites He came from Delhi to Madurai No mentioned of it No mentioned of forceful conversions Most of


  5. Arun Divakar Arun Divakar says:

    Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro rebel kindle, sultans pdf, Rebel Sultans EpubI have been to Hampi just once and it has been almost five years since the trip and the mesmerising architecture that I saw all over the place will stay with me for a long time to come There was next to nothing that I knew about the Vijayanagara Empire before my visit there and two days before the trip I sat down and pored over what Google could offer me What fascinated me most was how most of the internet literature referred to ‘The Battle of Talikota’ as the swansong for a great civilization Roaming around the ruins of the Vijayanagara empire gave me a fairly decent understanding of the scale of destruction that was visited on the Vijayanagara empire and its capital and with my limited understanding of history at that juncture I naturall


  6. Pallavi Sareen Pallavi Sareen says:

    Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro rebel kindle, sultans pdf, Rebel Sultans Epub35 stars because I am not much into history but this book was good I haven't read Manu S Pillai's The Ivory Throne and read this book because I basically have little to no knowledge about history So when I started reading the book I had expected it to be boring text that just went on and on but instead I got stories of individual characters told in a good narrative I am sure I would have enjoyed it if I had already known a little background about them but what I did read astonished me There were some clever kings some fools and some kickass crazy onesIt talks about Deccan's History but not as a collective whole but broken down and shown like a story in parts I really e


  7. Sahil Pradhan Sahil Pradhan says:

    Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro rebel kindle, sultans pdf, Rebel Sultans EpubManu S Pillai narrates the Deccan’s story from the end of the 13th century to the dawn of the 18th We travel from the age of Alauddin Khilji to Shivaji’s ascent and witness Vijayanagar’s rise and fall intrigues at the Bahmani kings’ courts and the scheming of the Rebel Sultans who overthrew themThree years ago Manu Pillai wrote one of India’s uirkiest and most charming contemporary history books The Ivory Throne Chronicles of the House of Travancore is an absorbing deep dive into court intrigues of what is now Kerala “from the era of Martanda Varma the masterful warr


  8. Sajith Kumar Sajith Kumar says:

    Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro rebel kindle, sultans pdf, Rebel Sultans EpubA run of the mill narrative with rebellion only in its titleWell that about sums up the book and also the disappointment in one neat sentence Deccan has been a major theatre of political drama right from the dawn of history A colourful chapter in that eventful run of history was played out between the years 1300 and 1700 CE in which the northern sultans took an active interest in subjugating it Two attempts were made in the Sultanate and Mughal periods each Both were doomed to eventually fail which in turn set in motion the rise of a powerful Hindu state in the form of Vijayanagar in the fourteenth and the Marathas under Shivaji in the seventeenth centuries In the latter instance Aurangzeb’s disastrous D


  9. Vismay Vismay says:

    Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro rebel kindle, sultans pdf, Rebel Sultans Epub‘Rebel Sultans’ reads like a cricket commentary voluble but without any depthA rat tat tat of facts thrown your way a jumbled assortment of characters moving in and out of picture without leaving any mark Pillai manages to turn an interesting epoch of history into mindless drivelThe principle problem is of course he bites than he can chew 7 centuries condensed into a short book Not focusing on any realm or a region he skirts and flits around Shahs and Rajas and Mughals an


  10. K. Akash K. Akash says:

    Epub Rebel Sultans eBook Õ · myportal.pro rebel kindle, sultans pdf, Rebel Sultans Epubdisappointed?


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