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'IF, ". "...' ལ་་་་། '. "." ،" ်’့် ,二,*.* 顺* ܂ ܪ reè, incidetts . „yrr I 签 মৃত্যু;" | "স্পী স্পনিক সু- কল্পকলা | . -; י also at randar . . so at random, from different .، مُ.' བ་ ' . .::::.:.::::: 3:34:کینیڈا is sections of the book, so as to bring home to the reader th 為觀 thor's "treatisa nit. A FAreia . :-- تو۔۔م۔ • • Ee author's treatient of the topies included in the book We re OO Atisha De. ኳ fer to the accounts of the great Buddhist teachie pankara, the Bengalee hero Pratapaditya who stood up against the might of Akbar himself, and the battle of Plassey, a toy. battle proportions but with momentous conce quences for India and the British Empire. In each case new or little r known facts are brought to light adding colour and freshness of details. The reader will also find the rise, decline and fall of the Pala Empire full of interest, as well as... the beginnings of Vaishnavism in Bengal and its effloresce in the time of Sri Chaitanya and the introduction of Kulinisim by the Sena rulers of Bengal. Altogether we commend the book to the scholarly student as well as to the general reader. The work shows much industry and pains-taking reseach and wide reading and discrimination The author has apologised in accents of humility for what he calls his first attempt in the domain of history. This apology ■ seems un called for, because, we see in the book the ripe result of a life-time of literary activities. we do not suggest that the book has no blemeshes or that with regard to controversial topics the author's conclusions are invariably correct. A all know, none can say the final word in a book on history because as new facts are brought to light year by year, old and even well-es tablished, conclusions have to be revised, or at least, have to undergo readjustments, we may however, take leave , t9. make (ree suggestions for the consideration of tie سيخ author. The first is that there ought to be a full bibliogra" of the books, inscriptions etc. made use of in compiling." 嫩