Sufi Articles of Islamic Culture Journal
PERSIAN POETRY AND LIFE IN THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY- REYNOLD A NICHOLSON
By the end of the twelfth century Persia, though paying nominal allegiance to the ‘ Abbasid Caliphate, had not only asserted her independence m the spheres of religion and politics, but had produced a large and varied literature in which the genius of
THE KHAN KHANAN AND HIS PAINTERS, ILLUMINATORS AND CALLIGRAPHERS- M. MAHFUZ UL HAQ .
WE know so little about the life-history of the artists of the period of Akbar and Jahangir—nay, of the Mughal artists in general—that even a scrap of paper, which may throw light on the biography of these artists, is of value to a student of Mughal