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CURRICULUM –VITAEName:PROF. S.M. AZIZUDDIN HUSAINSenior Academic FellowIndian Council of Historical Research,Ministry of HRD, Govt. of IndiaDate of Birth:29.12.1952:Former Head, Department of History,Jamia Millia Islamia,New Delhi – 110025Email- ahusain@jmi.ac.inMob. No. 91-9999027312Residential Address:91 F, sector-8, DDA Flats,Jasola, New Delhi-110025EDUCATIONAL gh SchoolA.M.U., Aligarh2nd Division1967Pre-UniversityA.M.U., Aligarh2nd Division1968B.A. (Hons.) History,A.M.U., Aligarh2nd Division1971M.A. History(Medieval Indian History)A.M.U., Aligarh1st Division1973Ph. D.J.M.I., New Delhi1979Topic of Thesis – Introduction, editing and annotation of Kalimat-i-Taiyabat.1

RESEARCH AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE1. Research Experience Since 197442 years2. Teaching Experience Since 197637 years3. Administrative Experience16 yearsA. ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE: 42 years1. Assistant Archivist, National Archives of India, Government of India, New Delhi, 1974- 1976.2. Lecturer in History, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 1976 - 1984.3. Reader in History, Jamia Millia Islamia, 1984 – 1992.4. Professor of History Jamia Millia Islamia, 1992 5. Head, Department of History, Jamia Millia Islamia, May 12, 1998 to May 11, 2001.6. Honorary Director of Dr. Zakir Husain and His Contemporaries Archives & PortraitGallery, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 27.1.2004 – 11.12.006.7. Director, Jamia’s Premchand Archives and Literary Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia,New Delhi 18.12.2006 to 07.12.2008.8. Honorary Director of Child Development Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi,w.e.f 20th May 2009 to30th July 2010.9. Honorary Director, Jamia’s Premchand Archives and Literary Centre, Jamia MilliaIslamia, New Delhi 08.11.2010 to 02.04.1210. Dean, Faculty of Humanities & Languages, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi from14.6.2009 to 2.4.2012.11. Director, Rampur Raza Library, Government of India, Ministry of Culture, w.e.f.3.4.2012 to 9.8.2015.12. Joined as Professor of History, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi w.e.f. 10 th August,2015 till 31st December, 2017.13. Sir Saiyid FellowDesignated by Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, to work on Ziauddin Barani’sTarikh-i-Firoz Shahi w.e.f. 20th march, 2017 to 17th October, 2017.B. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE: 16 YEARS1. Head, Department of History, Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi ,w.e.f. May 6, 1998 toMay 5, 2001.2. Honorary Director of Dr. Zakir Husain and His Contemporaries Archives & PortraitGallery, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi,w.e.f. 27.1.2004 – 11.12.006.3. Co-ordinator, Jamia Cultural Committee,w.e.f. 05.04.20008 for a period of threeyears.4. Director, Jamia’s Premchand Archives and Literary Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia,New Delhi w.e.f. 12.12.2006 to 30.04.2008.2

5. Honorary Director of Child Development Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi,w.e.f 20th May 2009 to30th July 2010.6. Dean, Faculty of Humanities & Languages, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi w.e.f.14.6.2009 to 2.4.2012.7. Honorary Director, Jamia’s Premchand Archives and Literary Centre, Jamia MilliaIslamia, New Delhi w.e.f.8.11.2010 to 2.4.20128. Director, Rampur Raza Library, Government of India, Ministry of Culture, w.e.f.3.4.2012 to 9.8.2015.9. Being the seniormost Professor of the University I Officiated as Vice-Chancellor,Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi in the absence of the Vice-Chancellor w.e.f. 10thAugust, 2015, to 30th April, 201610. Vice – President of the Governing Body of Dr. Zakir Husain Memorial WelfareSociety, New Delhi, w.e.f. 20th April, 2017C. PUBLICATIONS: 2241. BOOKS: 20.21.22.23.24.25.Kalimat-i-Taiyibat, Collection of Aaurangzeb's Orders, Delhi, 1982.Kalimat-i-Aurangzeb, Delhi, 1983.Tazkiratul-umara (English translation from Persian) Biographical account of theMughal Nobility 1556-1707 A.D., New Delhi, 1985.Tarikh-i-England, New Delhi, 1985.Raqaim-i-Karaim, Epistles of Aurangzeb, New Delhi, 1990.Medieval Towns: A case study of Amroha and Jalali. New Delhi, 1995.Qazi Saiyid Nurullah Shushtari (1542-1610), Biography of an Eminent Scholar, NewDelhi, 2001.Structure of Politics under Aurangzeb, Delhi, 2002.Ahd-i-Wusta ka Hindustan, (Urdu Translation) Delhi, 2003.Meri Dilli (Urdu Translation) SCERT, Govt. of Delhi, 2004.Tarikh-i-Ahd-i-Wusta, New Delhi, 2004.Calendar of M.A. Ansari’s Correspondence, New Delhi, 2005.Madrasa Education in India – 11th to 21st Century. Delhi, 2005.Calendar of Zakir Husain’s Correspondence, Delhi, 2006.1857 Revisited Delhi, 2007.Sufi Movement in Rajasthan, Delhi 2007.Edited - Tazkira-i-Atibba-i-Awadh of Hakim S.M. Kamaluddin Husain, Delhi –2008.Irfan-i-Islami – Hazrat Ali Sar Chashma-i-Irfan, Iran Culture House, Delhi – 2008.Edited special issue of Rah-i-Islam on Irfan-o-Tasawwuf-i-Islami Dar Hind, JulySeptember,2008, Published by Iran Culture House, New Delhi. 2008Calender of Maulana Mohammed Ali’s Correspondence – 1902-1913, Jamia MilliaIslamia, New Delhi – 2009.Shaikh Sharfuddin Bu Ali Qalander : His life and Teachings, Delhi, 2010.Edited Tashrih-i-Jafari of Hakim Saiyed Mohd Kamaluddin Husain, Iran CultureHouse, Delhi, 2011.Hamari Tehzeebi Tarikh, Delhi, 2011Calendar of Maulana Mohamed Ali’s Correspondence – 1914-1915, Jamia MilliaIslamia, New Delhi – 2012.Hakim Kamaluddin Husain – Hayat Aur Ilmi Karname. Iran Culture House, NewDelhi, 2012.3

26.27.28.Medieval Society & Culture, New Delhi-2015Ziauddin Barani’s Tarikh-i-Firoz Shahi, Introduction and edited by S.M. AzizuddinHusain, Sir Syed Acadamy, AMU, Aligarh, 2017Tazkiratul Umara by Kewal Ram (English translation from Persian to English),Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, New Delhi, 2019.2. PAPERS PUBLISHED: )20)21)22)23)24)25)26)27)28)29)30)31)Scarcity of Pai-Baqi land during Aurangzeb's reign, Indian History Congress, 1978.Kalimat-i-Aurangzeb: A Source of Aurangzeb's reign, Indian History Congress, 1979.Kalimat-i-Taiyibat : A Source of Aurangzeb's reign, Indian History Congress, 1980.Inayatullah Khan Kashmiri: A biographical study, Studies in Islam, New Delhi 1981.Raqaim-i-Karaim: Aurangzeb ke Khutut ka ek Majmua, Jamia, New Delhi 1983.Shuqqajat-i-Alamgiri : Ehd-I-Aurangzeb ki Tarikh ka Maakhaz, Jamia, New Delhi1984.Fathpur ki ek Qadeem Masjid, Jamia, 1985.Muraqqat-i-Hasan ; Ahd-i-Aurangzeb ka ek Maakhaz, Jamia, New Delhi 1986.Mughal Paintings India Calling, All India Radio, New Delhi, 1987.Maulana Saiyid Ghulam Hasnain Kintoori-aur-Nizam-i-Taleem mein Islah ki Koshish,Jamia, New Delhi 1989.Jalali ke Asar-i-Qadeema-Ek-Nazar, Jamia, New Delhi 1990.Mughals and the Summer, The Sunday Observer, New Delhi, New Delhi 1990.Abdur Rahim Khan-i-Khana Ka Maqbara, Fanni Khususiyat ka Mutaliya, Jamia, NewDelhi 1990.Aurangzeb aur Shia, Shia, Lucknow 1990.Ahd-i-Aurangzeb Kulliyat-i-Mir Jafar Zatalli Ki Roshni Mein, Jamia, New Delhi 1990.Political ideas of Mir Saiyid Ali Hamedani, Hamadard Islamicus, Pakistan, 1990.Ziauddin Nakhshabi' s contribution to Unani medicine during 14th century, Bulletin ofthe Indian Institute of History of Medicine, Hyderabad, 1990.Khushhal Khan Khatak: Ahd-i-Aurangzeb ka Ehtajaji Shair, Jamia, New Delhi 1991.Lucknow ke Asar-i-Qadeema, Jamia, New Delhi 1991.Shibli’s Alamgir: Science and People, New Delhi, 1991.Shaikh Abdul Haq: Hayat aur talimat, Jamia, New Delhi 1993.Qazi Saiyid Nurullah Shushtari: A Biographical Study, Islam in the Changing World,New Delhi, Vol. 11-2, 1993.Mir Saiyid Ali Hamedani' s influence on Kashmiri Society, Islam and the Modern Age,Vol. 24, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 1993.Aaurangzeb ki Takht Nashini Main Ulema Aur Mashaikh Ke Kirdar Ki Haqiqat, IslamAur Asr-i-Jadid, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, Vol. 26, 1994.Tasawwuf Aur Ahle-I-Tashi, Islam Aur Asr-i-Jadeed, New Delhi, October, 1994.Abdul Mughni Ki Nai Kitab Aurangzeb Alehir Rehama – Ek Tajziyati Mutalea, IslamAur Asr-i-Jadeed, Vol. 27, New Delhi, April, 1995.Mosques, Khanqahs, Dargahs and Imambaras – A study of future of Amroha'smonuments, India History Congress -1996.The attitude of 17th century Persian poets towards Aurangzeb. New Delhi, Islam and theModern Age. Vol. 28, New Delhi, 1997.Mir Saiyid Ali Hamedani ba haisiyat siyasi mufakkir. Islam Aur Asr-i-Jadeed, Vol. 29,1997.Aurangzeb’s religious policy during the second half of his reign – An examination.Islam and the modern age vol. 29, New Delhi, 1997.Amroha Ek Tarikhi Shahr,Jamia, New Delhi, 1998.4

32) Mir Saiyid Ali Hamedani's influence on Indian Polity and Society. The Noor,Hyderabad. 1998.33) Azadari-i-Imam Husain ki ibtida, uska farogh aur daur-i-inhitat. Aljawad, Varanasi –May, 1998.34) Role of ulema and mashaikh in the war of succession between Dara Shikuh andAurangzeb. Islam and the Modern Age, New Delhi, November, 1998.35) Mir Saiyid Ali Hamedani' s attitude towards government, rulers and officials in thegovernment, Islam and the modern age, 1999.36) Lucknow ki tarikhi imarton ki fanni khususiyat ka mutalea, Jamia, New Delhi, March,1999.37) Hindustan main Qazi Saiyid Nurullah Shushtari ke Islami Karname. Al-Jawad,Varanasi, March, 2000.38) Jizya – its re-imposition during Aurangzeb’s reign. I.H.R, ICHR, New Delhi, 200139) Aurangzeb and war of succession: Imperial leadership of Political crisis of 1657-58 – AHistorical view point from medieval sources. The Indian Archives, National Archivesof India, New Delhi, 2001.40) Duniya-i-ilm-o-Adab ki Azeemush Shan Shakhsiyat – Qazi Saiyid Nurullah Shushtari.Rah-i-Islam, New Delhi 2002.41) Aurangzeb and the Court Historians: A case study of Mirza Muhammed Kazim’sAlamgir Nama. Development of Persian Historiography in India, New Delhi, 2002.42) The Sufi concept of monarchy and government, with special reference to Mir Saiyid AliHamedani’s Zakhiratul Muluk. Shah-i-Hamedan – Mir Saiyid Ali Hamedani, NewDelhi, 2003.43) Sufi cults and the Shias.Sufi Cults and the evolution of medieval Indian culture, New Delhi, 2003.44) Imam Khomeni Aur Millat-i-Islamia ka Bohran. Rah-i-Islam, 2003.45) Muslim political thinker’s opinion on mulukiyat with special reference to ImamKhomeini – Imam Khomeini: Some aspects of his thought. Published by Iran CultureHouse, New Delhi 2004.46) Socio-Cultural environment of 18th century. Shah Waliullah and his works. Delhi, 2004.47) History and life of the Jat Rajas as reflected in the historical monuments of BharatpurState. The Jats: Their role & contribution to the Socio – Economic life & Polity ofNorth & North West India. Delhi, 2004.48) Ibadat khana , Mahzar and Sulh-i-kul : An examinationSufis, Sultans and Feudal Orders: Prof. Nurul Hasan Commemoration Volume; Delhi,2004.49) Mughal Emperor’s gestures to the Hindu temples Secularism in Historical Perspective,New Delhi, 2004.50) Taqseem-i-Hind, Azadi, Aur Tabahi Aur Barbadi - Ek Mutalea. Hadis-i-Dil –September, 2005.51) Insan Dosti aur Tamaddun ke Darmayan Guftugu ka Alambardar – Dara Shikuh. Rahi-Islam. Vol Nos. 197-198, December, 2005.52) Tasawwuf Wa Ham Dili-I-Ijtimai. Qand-I-Parsi. Vol. 31 – New Delhi, 2006.53) Mughal Jat Relations from the Revolt of 1669 to the Revolt of 1857 – An analysis.The Jats their Role and Contribution to the Socio-Economic Life and Polity of Northand North West India, Vol. 2, Edited by Dr. Vir Singh, New Delhi, 200654) Katbat Par Farsi Madda-i-Tarikh - Tarikh Ka Ek Aham Maakhaz. Impact of PersianLanguage and Culture on India, AMU, Aligarh, 2006.55) Akbar Aur Azadi-i-Bayan:Rah-i-Islam Vol. Nos. 199-200, New Delhi, June, 2006.56) Turkish invasion of India: Role of Sufis for conflict resolution and peace – Shodh –Sadhana, Vol. No. 22/18, Shri Natnagar Shodh Sansthan, Sitamau, Malwa, 2007.5

57) Hindustan Main Imam Bare ke Tarz-i-Tameer ka Irteqa. Rah-i-Islam. Vol. 203-204,January – June, 2007, Delhi.58) Azadari-i-Muharram Aur 1857 ki Pehli Jang-i-Azadi. Rah-i-Islam, Vol. 203-204,January – June, 2007, Delhi.59) Hazrat Gharib Nawaz Hindustan Main Chishti Silsile ke Bani – Ek Tarikhi Jaiza –Alami Sahara. 28th July, 2007, Delhi.60) Written a forward on K.M.S. Khan – Excavation of Truth Unsung Heroes of 1857 Warof Independence, Kaniska Publisers, New Delhi - 200761) Sufia Aur Qaumi Yak Jehti, Alami Sahara, July, 2007, New Delhi.62) Presidential address – Malfuzat of the Sufis of Punjab, Punjab History Conference,Punjabi University, Patiala, 2007.63) Maulvi Muhammed Baqar, Dehli Urdu Akhbar and 1857.Hadis-i-Dil, Delhi 2007.64) India’s Ist War of Independence, 1857: Ist Martyr Journalist: Maulvi Muhammed Baqar1790-1857. Souvenir of Hamidia Girls Degree College, Allahabad, November 2007.65) 1857 Main Dehli aur Uske Atraf Main British Fauj ki Inhedami Karrawaiyan – EkTarikhi Jaiza. Fikr-o-Nazar, December 07, Volume 44 – 4, A.M.U. Aligarh.66) Hindustan ki Azadi ki Pehli Jang ka Pehla Shaheed Patrakar Maulvi Mohammed Baqar– 1857, Sehmat, New Delhi, 2007.67) Shams Siraj Afif’s Tarikh-i-Ferozshahi – A source for the study of monuments of Delhibuilt during Feroz Shah Tughlaq’s Reign: Persian Literature in Sultanate Period,Department of Persian, AMU, Aligarh, 2008.68) Persian Poets’ Concept of Sulh-i-Kul, Akbar and the monuments of Fathpur Sikri,Humanism and Universal Brotherhood in Persian Literature, Institute of PersianResearch, AMU, Aligarh, 2008.69) Sir Saiyid Ahmed’s Asarus Sanadid – A historical review 1846 - 2006. Sir SaiyidAhmed Khan: Vision & Mission in History, Centre of Advanced Stury, AMU, Aligarh,2008.70) Shams Siraj Afif’s Tarikh-i-Firoz Shahi : A source for the study of monuments of Delhibuilt during Firoz Shah Tughluq’s reign. Medieval India 2, Delhi, 2008.71) Akbar’s Policy of Sulh-i-Kul, Prof. K.S. Gupta, Commemoration Volume, Udaipur,2008.72) Taswwuf aur Irfan-i-Islam Rah-i-Islam, New Delhi, June, 2008.73) Contribution of sufis for the socio-cultural development of RajasthanCultural Heritage of Rajasthan, Banasthali, 2008.74) Hazrat Ali Sar Chashma-i-Irfan, Rah-i-Islam, June 2008, New Delhi.75) An Imambara of LucknowThird Frame Literature, Culture & Society. Vol. I, No. 4, October – December 2008.A

Historical view point from medieval sources. The Indian Archives, National Archives of India, New Delhi, 2001. 40) Duniya-i-ilm-o-Adab ki Azeemush Shan Shakhsiyat – Qazi Saiyid Nurullah Shushtari. Rah-i-Islam, New Delhi 2002. 41) Aurangzeb and the Court Historians: A case study of Mirza Muhammed Kazim’s Alamgir Nama. Development of Persian .

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