An accomplished historian with a focus on South Asia in the early modern and mediaeval periods is Munis D. Faruqui. He has significantly influenced the study of Islamic and Indian history by his publications, research, and academic endeavours.
"The Princes of the Mughal Empire, 1504-1719," one of his well-known publications, analyses the lives and responsibilities of the Mughal princes and their contributions to the history of the kingdom. The book clarifies the complicated bonds that existed between the Mughal emperors and their sons as well as the impact that these princes had on political choices.
Faruqui has also contributed to the academic discussion of South Asian history by publishing various essays in scholarly magazines. His study is distinguished by the painstaking examination of original materials and the subtle comprehension of the historical setting.
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