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ORIGINAL SOURCES (মূল সূত্র)

A. MANUSCRIPT SOURCES (পাণ্ডুলিপি)

  1. India Office Records, British Library, London
    • Bengal Public Consultations
    • Bengal Letters Received
    • Bengal Secret and Military Consultations
    • Coast and Bay Abstracts
    • Despatch Books
    • European Manuscripts
    • Factory Records
    • Home Miscellaneous Series
    • Mayor Court’s Records, Calcutta
    • Original Correspondence
    • Orme Manuscripts
  2. ALGEMEEN RIJKSARCHIEF, THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS
    • Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC)
    • Overgekomen brieven en papiers and Inkomend briefbook, 1720-57 (Select Volumes)
    • Hoge Rgering van Batavia, 246 (Taillefert’s ‘Memorie’, 17 Nov. 1763)
  3. Stadsarchief Antwerpen, Antwerp, Belgium
    • General Indische Compagnie (The Ostend Company), 5768

B. PRINTED SOURCES (মুদ্রিত আকরগ্রন্থ)

  1. PERSIAN WORKS (ফারসি গ্রন্থ)
    • Gholam Hossein Khan, Seir Mutagherin, vol. II, trans. Haji Mustafa, Second Reprint, Lahore, 1975.
    • Gulam Husain Salim, Riyaz-us-Salatin, trans. Maulavi Abdus Salam, Calcutta, 1904.
    • Karam Ali, Muzaffarnamah, in J. N. Sarkar, Bengal Nawabs, Calcutta, 1952.
    • Salimullah, Tarikh-i-Bangala, trans. Gladwin, Calcutta, 1788.
    • Yusuf Ali Khan, Tarikh-i-Bangala-i-Mahabatjangi, trans. Abdus Subhan, Calcutta, 1982.
  2. WORKS IN EUROPEAN LANGUAGES (ইউরোপীয় ভাষায় লেখা গ্রন্থ)
    • (A) Published sources
      • Datta, K. K., ed., Fort William—India House Correspondence, vol. I (1748-56), Delhi, 1956.
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      • —, Historical Introduction to the Fifth Report, Calcutta, 1917.
      • Hill, S.C., Bengal in 1756-57, 3 vols., London, 1905.
      • Martin, Francois, Memories de Francois Martin, 1665-1696, ed., A. Martineau, Paris, 1931.
      • Records of Fort St. George: Diary and Military Consultations, Madras, 1912-25.
      • Sinha, N. K., ed., Fort William—India House Correspondence, vol. V (1767-9), Calcutta, 1959.
      • Wilson, C. R., ed., The Early Annals of the English in Bengal, 3 vols., London, 1895-1917.
      • Yule, H., ed., The Diary of William Hedges, 3 vols., London, 1887-9.
      • Van Dam, Pieter, Beschrijvinge vande Oost-Indische Compagnie, ed., F.W. Stapel & others, 4 books in 7 parts, The Hague, 1927-54.
    • (B) Travellers’ Account, Memoirss. etc. (পর্য্যটকদের বিবরণ, স্মৃতিকথা ইত্যাদি)
      • Bernier, F., Travels in the Mogul Empire, 1656-1658, ed. A. Constable, Oxford, 1934.
      • Bolts, William, Considerations on Indian Affairs, London, 1772.
      • Bowrey, Thomas, A Geographical Account of Countries Round the Bay of Bengal, 1669-1679, ed., R.C. Temple, Cambridge, 1905.
      • Dow, Alexander, History of Hindostan, vol. III, London, 1770.
      • Orme, Robert, Historical Fragments of the Mogul Empire, London, 1805.
      • —, History of the Military Transactions of the British Nation in Indostan, 3 vols., London, 1803.
      • Scrafton, Luke, Reflections on the Government of Indostan, London, 1763.
      • Stavorinus, J. S., Voyage in the East Indies, trans. S. H. Wilcoke, 3 vols., London, 1798.
      • Tavernier, Jean-Baptiste, Travels in India, 1640-1667, trans. V. Ball, London, 1889.
      • Vansittart, H., A Narrative of the Transactions in Bengal from 1760-1764, London, 1766.
      • Verelst, H., A View of the Rise, Progress and Present State of the English Government in Bengal, London, 1772.
      • Watts, William, Memoirs of the Revolution in Bengal, London, 1760.
    • (C) Secondary works (প্রাসঙ্গিক গ্রন্থ)
      • (১) বাংলা
        • আহমদ শরীফ, মধ্যযুগের সাহিত্যে সমাজ ও সংস্কৃতির রূপ, ঢাকা, ১৯৭৭।
        • অক্ষয়কুমার মৈত্র, সিরাজদৌল্লা, কলিকাতা, ১৮৯৮।
        • কমল বন্দ্যোপাধ্যায়, মুর্শিদাবাদ থেকে বলছি, ১ম খণ্ড, কলিকাতা, ১৩৮০।
        • তপনমোহন চট্টোপাধ্যায়, পলাশীর যুদ্ধ, কলিকাতা, ১৯৫৩
        • নিখিলনাথ রায়, মুর্শিদাবাদের ইতিহাস, কলিকাতা, ১৯০২।
        • —, মুর্শিদাবাদ কাহিনী, কলিকাতা, ১৯০৩।
        • —, জগৎশেঠ, কলিকাতা, ১৯১২।
        • প্রতিভারঞ্জন মৈত্র, মুর্শিদাবাদ চর্চা, কলিকাতা, ১৩৮০।
        • ভারতচন্দ্র, সত্যপীরের কথা, ভারতচন্দ্র গ্রন্থাবলী, কলিকাতা, ১৯৬৩।
        • সোমেন্দ্রলাল রায়, মুর্শিদাবাদের কথা ও কাহিনী, কলিকাতা, ১৯৬০।
        • শচীন্দ্রনাথ সেনগুপ্ত, সিরাজদ্দৌল্লা, কলিকাতা, ১৯৪২।
        • শ্রীপারাবাত, মুর্শিদকুলী খাঁ, কলিকাতা, ১৯৯০।
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