The Oudhh Nights

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This book is for those readers who want to know more about Oudh and the past of Nawabi Lucknow. The East India Company projected the Nawab Wazirs, Kings and Begums of Lucknow as much maligned persons in the history of Oudh. This book redeems the image of men like Safdar Jung who brought Awadh to the forefront of Hindustan, Shuja-ud-Daulah and Asaf-ud-Daulah who changed the skyline of the cities they resided, Saadat Khan brought prosperity, Ghaziuddin Haider and Naseeruddin Haider assimilated western thought, Mohammad Ali Shah and Amjad Ali Shah added to the architectural value of Lucknow and Wajid Ali Shah introduced the culture of mass entertainment and a drive for everything swadeshi.The last King Birjis Qadar and his mother Begum Hazrat Mahal infused the spirit of patriotism and sacrifice of life for the motherland in every living person of Awadh.The contributions of these Nawabs, Kings and Begums resulted in a distinct Awadh culture which is popularly known as Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb.

SKU: SBL-022
Awadh ki Sandooqchi
Ram Advani Book Corner
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This book is for those readers who want to know more about Oudh and the past of Nawabi Lucknow. The East India Company projected the Nawab Wazirs, Kings and Begums of Lucknow as much maligned persons in the history of Oudh. This book redeems the image of men like Safdar Jung who brought Awadh to the forefront of Hindustan, Shuja-ud-Daulah and Asaf-ud-Daulah who changed the skyline of the cities they resided, Saadat Khan brought prosperity, Ghaziuddin Haider and Naseeruddin Haider assimilated western thought, Mohammad Ali Shah and Amjad Ali Shah added to the architectural value of Lucknow and Wajid Ali Shah introduced the culture of mass entertainment and a drive for everything swadeshi.The last King Birjis Qadar and his mother Begum Hazrat Mahal infused the spirit of patriotism and sacrifice of life for the motherland in every living person of Awadh.The contributions of these Nawabs, Kings and Begums resulted in a distinct Awadh culture which is popularly known as Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb.