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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Glimpses of the Nizam’s Dominion – Cluade Campbell

The book is in news again. While the English edition is just a reprint, the Urdu translation is the actual news maker.

  • Glimpses of the Nizam’s Dominion – Cluade Campbell: (Reprinted by Mohammed Safiullah and the Deccan Heritage Trust.), A rare 112-year-old book gets a reprint, The Hindu / Metro Plus Hyderabad, 14 Jan 2010
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    The comprehensive history of Hyderabad is depicted in the book “Glimpses of Nizam’s Dominion”. It gives the details of the industrial, mineral and historical developments since 1897. It contains the details of the nobles of Hyderabad.
  • Urdu version of the book titled Tarikh Qalamrau Nizam that was published in 1899

  • NEW: Urdu edition of ‘Glimpses of Nizam’s Dominion’ (republished, by Allama Aejaz Farukh and Mr. Zahid Ali Khan), Siasat November 10, 2011

  • An extract (from this book) by a blogger: 'Hyderabada visual tribute to the city i live in: Lakshmi Prabhala'

  • Library of Congress Record for this book:
    LC control no.: 46040955
    LCCN permalink: http://lccn.loc.gov/46040955
    Type of material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.)
    Personal name: Campbell, A. Claude.
    Main title: Glimpses of the Nizam’s dominions,
    Published/Created: Bobmay and London, C. B. Burrows [1898]
    Description: 525 p. illus. (incl. ports.) 41 cm.
    Subjects: Hyderabad (India : State) --Pictorial works.
    LC classification: DS485.H3 C3

  • British Library Record

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