- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- Note on Transliteration and Other Scholarly Conventions
- Introduction: The Mughal Culture of Power
-  Brahman and Jain Sanskrit Intellectuals at the Mughal Court
-  Sanskrit Textual Production for the Mughals
-  Many Persian <i>Mahābhāratas</i> for Akbar
-  Abū Al-Faz̤l Redefines Islamicate Knowledge and Akbar’s Sovereignty
-  Writing About the Mughal World in Sanskrit
-  Incorporating Sanskrit into the Persianate World
- Conclusion: Power, Literature, and Early Modernity
- Appendix 1: Bilingual Example Sentences in Kṛṣṇadāsa’s <i>Pārasīprakāśa</i> (<i>Light on Persian</i>)
- Appendix 2: Four Sanskrit Verses Transliterated in the <i>Razmnāmah</i> (<i>Book of War</i>)
- South Asia Across the Disciplines
- Culture of Encounters
- Columbia University Press
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