The Chachnamah - An Ancient History of Sind

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This is the English version of the Chachnamah. The Chachnamah is a Persian translation of an Arabic manuscript on the conquest of Sind (Sindh) and parts of Hind (India) by the Arabs, written by Ali son of Muhammad Kufi, originally of Kufah (in Iraq), but subsequently a resident of Uch, in 613 A.H. (1216 A.D.). The English translation was completed by Mirza Kalichbeg Fredunbeg in the year 1900. This reprinted edition was produced by Rana Saad in 2004 in Maryland, USA.