Gulabnama by Diwan Kripa Ram
"Gulabnama" by Diwan Kripa Ram is a historical book that provides a detailed account of the life and times of Maharaja Gulab Singh of Jammu and Kashmir. The book is written in Persian and was translated into English by Sukhdev Singh Charak and Anita Charak Billawaria.The book is a valuable resource for anyone interested in the history of Jammu and Kashmir. It covers the early life of Maharaja Gulab Singh, his rise to power, and his contributions to the region. The book also sheds light on the political and cultural landscape of the time, providing a comprehensive understanding of the events that shaped the region.
"Gulabnama" is significant in the history of Dogras and Jammu & Kashmir as it provides a detailed account of the life and times of Maharaja Gulab Singh, who was the founder of the Dogra dynasty and the first Maharaja of the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir.The book highlights the contributions of Maharaja Gulab Singh to the region, including his role in the expansion of the northern boundaries of India in the nineteenth century.
One of the unique aspects of "Gulabnama" is its style of writing. The book is written in a flowery style of Persian panegyrists, making it a remarkable Persian document. The book is also rare, making it a valuable addition to any collection of historical books.Overall, "Gulabnama" is a well-written and thoroughly researched book that provides a comprehensive understanding of the history of Jammu and Kashmir and the contributions of Maharaja Gulab Singh.
It is a must-read for anyone interested in the region's political and cultural landscape.
Publisher - Gulshan Books
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