A Sanskrit Adaptation of the Aḫlāq-e Moḥsenī

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Anna Martin, « A Sanskrit Adaptation of the Aḫlāq-e Moḥsenī », A Sanskrit adaptation of the Aḫlāq-i Muḥsinī, ID : 10670/1.drk32z


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The Aḫlāq-e Moḥsenī  “A handbook of moral quality (aḫlāq) dedicated to Moḥsen” was composed in 907 AH/1501-02 A.D. in Herat by Kamāl al-Dīn Ḥosain “Vāʿeẓ” Kāšefī and was dedicated to Abū al-Moḥsen Mīrzā, son of the Timurid Sulṭān Ḥosain Bāyqarā, hence the Name ‘Moḥsen’ in its title. It circulated widely in the Islamicate world and was disseminated also in Central and South Asia; where it had an impact on later works on statecraft and moral qualities of the ruler, commonly referred to as "mirr...

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