Reviews

  • Remarkable... Richard Eaton's brilliant book stands as an important monument to this almost forgotten world.

    William Dalrymple, The Spectator
  • By rethinking this history as India's 'Persianate age', Eaton breaks free from religious sectarianism that projects today's tensions into the past ... His book is a fine tribute to India.

    Tanjil Rashid, The Times
  • A brilliant, gripping, refreshing and scholarly history of India from 1000AD to the 1750s, analysing the power of the Delhi Sultanate, the Mogul Empire, its rise and decline and the rise of the East India Company - totally essential reading.

    Simon Sebag Montefiore
  • Genius ... India in the Persianate Age is Eaton's mature masterpiece. It will, undoubtedly, become the authoritative account of this most politically controversial period of South Asia's long history.

    Katherine Schofield, History Today
  • A richly researched, badly needed and wholly convincing account ... World history proves its worth.

    John Keay, Literary Review
  • Richard Eaton employs rich empirical detail to demonstrate that intellectual encounters between the Sanksrit and Persian worlds were not tied to any one religion and that the two were not hostile ... and does so with great panache.

    Rudrangshu Mukherjee, Business Standard

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