The Legacy of Muslim Rule in India
The Legacy of Muslim Rule in India is a book by the historian K. S. Lal published in 1992. (Aditya Prakashan, ISBN 81-85689-03-2). The book assesses the legacy of Muslim rule in India and describes its history.
The book was criticized by Peter Jackson in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, stating that book contains "a markedly selective and one-sided account of India's Muslim past". K. S. Lal wrote a rebuttal to Jackson's criticism in his book Theory and Practice of Muslim State in India.
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