Satish Chandra’s Medieval India : From Sultanat to the Mughals, Mughal Empire (1526-1748) Part Two covers the history of India as it transitioned between the Delhi Sultanat to the Mughal rule. The book details the situation of the country at that time and explains the factors that led to the fall of the Sultanat. It also lists the various socio-economic factors that eventually favoured the rise of the Mughal Empire. In addition it also explains the various cultural improvements in the country during this phase and follows as a sequel to the writer’s previous work.
About Satish Chandra
Satish Chandra is an acclaimed author and historian. He is well known for The 18th Century in India: Its Economy and The Role of the Marathas, the Jats, the Sikhs and the Afghans, Marwar Under Jaswant Singh (1658-1678): Jodhpur Hukumat Ri Bahi, English and Persian Letters of a King-Maker of the 18th Century, The Indian Ocean: Explorations in History, Commerce and Politics, Historiography, Religion and State in Medieval India, Medieval India: Society, the Jagirdari Crisis, and the Village, and Parties and Politics at the Mughal Court 1707-1740.
Mr. Chandra is a member of the Marxist historians group and the Indian History Congress. He believes in secular treatment of our history.