Annotated Bibliography Primary Sources



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Naik


Arya Naik

Mrs. Callison

Lit- 7

11/12/14


Annotated Bibliography

Primary Sources

Abu-L-Fazl. The Aini Akbari. Trans. H. Blochmann and Colonel H.S. Jarrett. Vol. 1. Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal, n.d. PHI Persian Literature in Translation. Asiatic Society of Bengal. Web. 29 Jan. 2015.

This source is reliable because it is a book (volume one) written by Akbar's servant. This source is useful to me because it provided me with a lot of background information about Akbar and his kingdom.

Abu-L-Fazl. The Aini Akbari. Trans. H. Blochmann and Colonel H.S. Jarrett. Vol. 2. Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal, n.d. PHI Persian Literature in Translation. Asiatic Society of Bengal. Web. 29 Jan. 2015.

This source is reliable because it is a book (volume two) written by Akbar's servant. This source is useful to me because it provided me with a lot of background information about Akbar and his kingdom.

Abu-L-Fazl. The Aini Akbari. Trans. H. Blochmann and Colonel H.S. Jarrett. Vol. 3. Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal, n.d. PHI Persian Literature in Translation. Asiatic Society of Bengal. Web. 29 Jan. 2015.

This source is reliable because it is a book (volume three) written by Akbar's servant. This source is useful to me because it provided me with a lot of background information about Akbar and his kingdom.

Abu-L-Fazl. The Akbarnama. Trans. H. Beverige. Vol. 1. Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal, n.d. PHI Persian Literature in Translation. Asiatic Society of Bengal. Web. 29 Jan. 2015.

This source is reliable because it is a book (volume one) written by Akbar's servant. This source is useful to me because it provided me a lot of background information about Akbar and his kingdom.

Abu-L-Fazl. The Akbarnama. Trans. H. Beverige. Vol. 2. Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal, n.d. PHI Persian Literature in Translation. Asiatic Society of Bengal. Web. 29 Jan. 2015.

This source is reliable because it is a book (volume two) written by Akbar's servant. This source is useful to me because it provided me a lot of background information about Akbar and his kingdom.

Abu-L-Fazl. The Akbarnama. Trans. H. Beverige. Vol. 3. Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal, n.d. PHI Persian Literature in Translation. Asiatic Society of Bengal. Web. 29 Jan. 2015.

This source is reliable because it is a book (volume three) written by Akbar's servant. This source is useful to me because it provided me a lot of background information about Akbar and his kingdom.

Akbar as a boy riding an elephant. Digital image. Akbar the Great Biography. Bio. A&E Television Networks, 2014. Web. Dec. 2014.

This source (image) is reliable because it is edited by three people and is sponsored by bio.com and A&E Television Networks. This source was helpful to me because it provided me a picture of Akbar as a little boy.

Akbar as a boy, soon after the Second Battle of Panipat (1556), won on his behalf by the capable Bairam Khan, brought him to the throne. Digital image. Akbar the Great Mogul. www.columbia.edu, n.d. Web. Nov. 2014.

This source (image) is reliable because it is a painting of Akbar when he was a boy, made during his time. The website is reliable because it is from the University of Columbia. It was helpful to me because it provided me an image that could go under childhood in my website.

Akbar. Digital image. Akbar. The Great Indian Emperor at the Rome Foundation Museum. Hotel Casa Tra Noi Roma, 2013. Web. Dec. 2014.

This source (image) is reliable because the painting comes from Rome Foundation Museum. This source was useful to me because it provided me an image I could put for the title.

Akbar. Digital image. Mughal Dynasty. Pennsylvania State University, 2014. Web. Dec. 2014.

This source (image) was reliable because it is from Pennsylvania State University. It was useful to me because it provided me an image of Akbar.

Akbar helping Non-Muslims. Digital image. The Images On This Site. Creighton University, n.d. Web. Nov. 2014. 

This source (image) was reliable because it is hosted by Creighton University. This source was helpful to me because it provided me an image that fits for legacy on my website.

Akbar Hunting with Trained Cheetahs. Digital image. Gallery 1. University of Michigan, 2014. Web. Dec. 2014. 

This source (image) is reliable because it is from the University of Michigan. The source was helpful to me because it provided me an image that fits for traits of Akbar.

Akbar Inspecting the Construction of Fatehpur-Sikri. Digital image. Gallery 1. University of Michigan, 2014. Web. Dec. 2014.

This source (image) is reliable because it is from the University of Michigan. The source was helpful to me because it provided me an image that fits for Traits of Akbar.

Akbar, Jalaluddin Muhammad "Akbar and the Portugeuse." A History of India. Routeledge, 2014. Web. 13 Nov. 2014.

This source is reliable because they have the world's leading academic publisher. It was helpful to me because it provided me some good detail about his legacy. I have enough information about one reason of how Akbar helped Non- Muslims.

The Construction of Fatehpur-Sikri. Digital image. Gallery 1. University of Michigan, 2014. Web. Dec. 2014.

This source (image) was reliable because it is hosted by the University of Michigan. This source was helpful to me because it provided me an image that fits for the Traits of Akbar.

Masud Husayn and Co-Conspirators Presented to Akbar by Husayn Quli Khan. Digital image. Gallery 1. University of Michigan, 2014. Web. Dec. 2014.

This source (image) is reliable because it is from the University of Michigan. The source was helpful to me because it provided me an image that fits for traits of Akbar.

Monserrate, S. J. "Excerpt from the Commentary of Father Monserrate, S.J., on His Journey to the Court of Akbar, Trans. and Ed. by J. S. Hoyland and S. N. Banerjee (London 1922)." www.columbia.edu. Columbia University, n.d. Web. 13 Nov. 2014.

This source is reliable because it is from the University of Columbia. It helped me because it provided me with good background descriptions.

The Muslim Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great married the Hindu Rajput Princess Jodhabai. Digital image. Dina Al-Shibeeb: Islam Outdated? That’s beside the Point; It Is Individuals and Institutions That Can Influence Islam. Al Arabiya Network, 2014. Web. Dec. 2014.

This source (image) is reliable because it is a painting of Akbar and his wife, done during Akbar's time. This source was helpful to me because it provided me an image of Akbar's family.

A page from the â€Hamzanama,â which was commissioned by Akbar the Great. Digital image. Wonder of the Age: Master Painters of India 1100-1900 - Art of the Ages. New Jersey On-Line LLC, 2014. Web. Nov. 2014.

This source (image) is reliable because it provided an image of a painting that was commissioned by Akbar the Great. It was helpful to me because it provided a good image of what Akbar had commissioned and how a part of his empire looked.

Reis, Sidi Ali. "Medieval Sourcebook: Sidi Ali Reis (16th Century CE): Mirat Ul Memalik (The Mirror of Countries), 1557 CE." Internet History Sourcebooks Project. Paul Halsall, n.d. Web. 13 Nov. 2014.

This source is reliable because it is from Fordham University. It was helpful to me because it provided me information about how someone felt when they met Akbar the Great.

Shankar. The Young Emperor Akbar Arrests the Insolent Shah Abu’l-Maali, page from a manuscript of the Akbarnama. Digital image. Indian, Himilayan, and Southeast Asian Art. The Art Institute of Chicago, 111 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 2013. Web. Nov. 2014.

This source (image) is reliable because it is a painting of Akbar punishing people, made during his time. It also is reliable because it is from the art institute of Chicago. It was helpful to me because it could fit under the leadership part of my project.

Young Akbar Recognizes His Mother. Digital image. Worlds within Worlds. Smithsonian Institution, 2014. Web. Dec. 2014. 

This source (image) is reliable because it is from Smithsonian Institution. This source was useful to me because it provided me an image of young Akbar.
Secondary Sources

"Ab al-Fath Jall al-Dn Muammad Akbar." Bio. A&E Television Networks, 2014. Web. Nov. 2014.

This source is reliable because it is edited by three people and is sponsored by bio.com and A&E Television Networks. It helped me because it provided me information that I could put about Akbar's leadership, legacy, conclusion, and background information.

Ballhatchet, Kenneth A. "Akbar (Mughal Emperor)." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, 2014. Web. 06 Dec. 2014.

This source is reliable because it is from Britannica. This site was useful to me because it provided me information about Akbar's leadership, legacy, and background information.

Cavendish, Richard. "Death Of The Emperor Akbar." History Today 55.10 (2005): 53. History Reference Center. Web. 28 Feb. 2014.

This source is reliable because it is by a world's leading scholar. It helped me because it provided me information that I could put under Akbar's conclusion and his death.

"Chapter 1 – The United Empire – Akbar the Great – 1556–1605 A.D." From the Reign of Akbar the Great to the Fall of the Moghul Empire. University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, n.d. Web. 06 Dec. 2014. 

This source is reliable because it is hosted by the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill. This source was useful to me because it provided me information about Akbar's legacy.

Flag of the Mughal Empire. Digital image. The Mughal Empire- Backstory. Wordpress, 2013. Web. Dec. 2014. 

This site (image) is reliable because it is posted by someone who went to McGill University. This source was helpful to me because it provided me an image of a Mughal flag that I put for the title.

Great Mughal Empire Map. Digital image. Indiamapatlas.com, n.d. Web. Nov. 2014.

This source (image) was reliable because it is Bajra and Tur Production Map. It helped me because it provided me a Mughal Empire map during Akbar’s time.

Religious Symbols surrounding the Earth. Digital image. Religious Studies. Columbia University, 2014. Web. Dec. 2014. 

This source (image) is reliable because it is from Columbia University. It is helpful to me because it provided me an image I could put under title.

Sikandra Fort. Digital image. Places of Interest/ Pictures. Fairleigh Dickinson University, n.d. Web. Dec. 2014. 

This source is reliable because it is from Fairleigh Dickinson University. It helped me because it provided me a picture of Akbar's mausoleum.

Szczepanski, Kallie. "Akbar the Great, Emperor of Mughal India." About Education. About.com, 2014. Web. 05 Dec. 2014. 

This source is reliable because it is by an Asian History Expert. She was a Peace Corps Volunteer too and recorded her sources. This source was useful because it provided me information about Akbar's leadership, legacy, and background information.

Truschke, Audrey. Mughal Family Tree. Digital image. www.columbia.edu, July 2009. Web. Dec. 2014. 



This source (image) is reliable because it is from Columbia University. It helped me because it provided me an image of Akbar's family.


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