Babar By Pirimkul Kadyrov

Babar By Pirimkul Kadyrov

Babar is a historical biographic novel written By Pirimkul Kadyrov. Mirza Zahiruddin Muhammad Babar is commonly known as Babar. He was a Muslim emperor in Central Asia. He is the founder emperor of the Mughal Empire in the Indian subcontinent. Babar became the first emperor at the age of only twelve at the age of six. If you are interested to know about Babar, then I recommend you to read this novel. This book was translated by Purnima Mitra and Noni Bhowmik. Thanks to both of them for their good work.

Book Details:

  • Book Name: Babar
  • Author: Pirimkul Kadyrov
  • Translated: Purnima Mitra, Noni Bhowmik
  • Genre: Biography, Historical
  • Publisher: Raguda Prokashon
  • Published: 1989
  • Total pages: 452
  • Category: Translated Books
  • PDF Size: 08 Mb

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(2) comments

  • Purnima MitraMay 22, 2021Reply

    This book “ Babar” was translated by me, the name of translator is clearly written on the book Purnima Mitra, only 3 little poems were added to the book without my knowledge, which were mentioned as Noni Bhowmick’s translation.
    So please correct this information on the website .
    Your website is Violating the International Copyrights Act.
    Purnima Mitra

    • BDeBooksMay 27, 2021Reply

      We are really so sorry for this misleading information and hope this kind of mistake will not happen again later. Thank you for your kind information and also thank you for your good work. We will try to add all the books you have translated. We are not violating the copyrights act; this was just a mistake.

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