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Title: The rise and fall of the Rohilla power in Hindustan (1707-1774 A.D.)
Author: Rahman, A. F. M. Khalilur
Awarding Body: SOAS University of London
Current Institution: SOAS, University of London
Date of Award: 1936
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The Rise and Fall of the Rohilla power in Hindustan, I, Origin and character of the Rohillas, 2. Circumstances which favoured the rise of the Rohilla power in Hindustani (1) Condition of the Empire (2) Situation in Rohilkhand, 3. Daud Khan Rohilla and the beginning of the Rohilla state, (1707-26) 4. Ali Muhammad Khan Rohilla and the establishment of the Rohilla state, (1726-48) 5. Rohilla struggle for existence (1748-52), Attack by the newly appointed Nazim of Rohilkhand, Attack by the Nawab of Farrukhabad, Expedition led by the Wazir. 6. Establishment of a seperate Rohilla, state under Najlb Khan and the role of the Rohillas in the politics of Hinduatan, (1754-70) Najib Khan given Jagir beyond the Ganges and is taken in the Imperial service. Invasion of Ahmad Shah Abdali (1757), and the appointment of Najib Khan as Mir Bakhshi, Invasion of the Marathas and the expulsion of Najlb Khan from Delhi. Invasion of Ahmad Shah Abdali (1760-61) and the defeat of the Marathas at panipat. Establishment of Najib Khan as the Dictator of Delhi. 7. Attitude of the Rohillaa towards the Maratha invasion of Hindustan, (l770-73) 8. Relation between the Rohillas and the goverment of the East India Company in Bengal, (1765-74), 9. Internal affairs of the Rohilkhand State, (1748-74). 10. Rohilla war and the Treaty of Laldang, (1774), 11. Administration and the military tactics of the Rohillas.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral