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2 edition of Russian travelers to India and Persia, 1624-1798 found in the catalog.

Russian travelers to India and Persia, 1624-1798

P. M. Kemp

Russian travelers to India and Persia, 1624-1798

Kotov, Yefremov, Danibegov.

by P. M. Kemp

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Published by Jiwan Prakashan in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia
    • Subjects:
    • Travelers, Russian.,
    • Asia -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTranslated and edited by P. M. Kemp.
      ContributionsKotov, Fedot Afanasʹevich, fl. 1617-1624., Efremov, Filipp Sergeevich, b. 1750., Danibegašvili, Rapʻiel.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS7 .K46
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 126 p.
      Number of Pages126
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5838720M
      LC Control Number61046654
      OCLC/WorldCa28775422

      2 On Russian merchants, see Janet Martin, "Muscovite Travelling Merchants: The Trade with the Muslim East (15th and 16th Centuries)," Central Asian Survey 4, no. 3 (): 3 Scholars differ in their assessment of Nikitin's decision to travel on to Persia and eventually India. This is a list of women who explored or travelled the world in a pioneering way. The list may include women naturalists, sailors, mountain climbers, dog sledders, swimmers, pilots, and underwater auts are not included here but in the list of female astronauts. The list is presented in alphabetical order of surname, but can be sorted to other orders (nationality, dates) by using.   Skwarko's book, "The Invited," recounts a journey from Anzali, through Persia and on to New Zealand, where she and orphans were eventually resettled. She died in


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Later viceroy of India, Curzon believed that growing Russian influence in Asia threatened Britain's interests, and that Persia was an important buffer state. Highly regarded upon publication inthis illustrated two-volume work is a mix of history, geography, travel Cited by:   DOI link for A New Account of East India and Persia.

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location : William Crooke. George Nathaniel Curzon (‒) was a British politician, traveler, and writer who served as viceroy of India from to and foreign secretary from to As a young man he traveled extensively and wrote several books that drew on his travels, including Russia in Central Asia (), Persia and the Persian Question (), and Problems of the Far East ().

There was an explosion of European travel writings about the Middle Russian travelers to India and Persia in the 19th century, among which Russian accounts of Persia make up a significant number.

During the 19th and early 20th centuries (before ), more than Russian travelers published over accounts of Persia in the form of books and articles. Fedot Afanasiyev Kotov, “Of a Journey to the Kingdom of Persia,” in Russian Travelers to India and Persia, – Kotov, Yefremov, Danibegov, trans.

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Presented here is his Russia in Central Asia inand the Anglo-Russian Question. ‎A spacious apartment, its polished parquet strewn with white bearskins and the thickest and softest of Persian rugs; its panelled walls hung with Oriental tapestries, costly daggers, pistols, and shields of barbaric, but beautiful, workmanship, glistening with gold and silver.

Every detail. Persia, Tibet, and India and His Return Thence to Russia by Way of England," in Russian Travellers to India and Persia (): Kotov, Yefremov, Danibegov, trans, and 1624-1798 book.

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