Fall of the Moghul Empire of Hindustan

Author :Henry George Keene

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Language :English

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The country to which the term Hindustan is strictly and properly applied may be roughly described as a rhomboid, bounded on the north-west by the rivers Indus and Satlej, on the south-west by the Indian Ocean, on the south-east by the Narbadda and the Son, and on the north-east by the Himalaya Mountains and the river Ghagra.

Henry George Keene (1781–1864) was an English employee of the East India Company, as soldier, civil servant, and orientalist. He was known as a Persian scholar, and also was a churchman and academic.

Born on 30 September 1781, was the only son of Thomas Keene, and was a grandson of Henry Keene the architect; his mother was Jane, sister of George Harris, 1st Baron Harris. He was educated privately, partly by Jacques-Francois Menou. Keene went to India as a cadet in the Madras Presidency army about 1798, and shortly after became adjutant of a Sepoy regiment, which formed part of the brigade commanded by Colonel Arthur Wellesley. In May 1799 it took part in the siege of Seringapatam, where Keene led the company carrying the scaling-ladders for the storming party (4 May). In poor health, he obtained an appointment in the Madras civil service through his uncle, Lord Harris, the commander-in-chief, in February 1801. After a short visit to England he entered Fort William College in Calcutta, then newly established, for the training of young civil officers.

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    anonymous

    I am a History Buff & love to read about medieval indian history. Very intriguing to know fall of great dynasty

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