Academic and scholarly articles

Bankar Amol (2016) Contemporary accounts of Raja Shiva Chhatrapati and his successors from 17th century French and Dutch print media, Prag Samiksha, Vol. 4, No. 7, August 2016.

Bellarykar Nikhil, Dutch-Maratha relations under Shivaji during 1660-80: A survey of the research done till
date, new discoveries and importance of Dutch records for studying the life of Shivaji

Flatt Emma (2011) The Authorship and Significance of the Nujūm al-ʿulūm: A Sixteenth-Century Astrological Encyclopedia from Bijapur, Journal of the American Oriental Society 131.2.

Ghani Shaikh Abdul (2014) Sanskrit influence on Dakhani Masnavi ‘Kadam Rao Padam Rao’, Pratnakirti, vol.-1, Issue-3, 2014

Hyder Syed Akbar, Urdu’s Progressive Wit: Sulaiman Khatib, Sarvar “Danda” and the Subaltern Satirists Who Spoke Up, Annual of Urdu Studies

Kalra Mahesh, Rajapur’s transition to Islam Bandar and vice versa in the Mughal-Maratha War for Konkan c. 1687-1736 A.D.

Mathews DJ, Eighty Years of Dakani Scholarship, Annual of Urdu Studies.

Schofield Katherine (2018) Music, Art and Power in ‘Adil Shahi Bijapur, c. 1570-1630,” in Kavita Singh, ed. Scent Upon a Southern Breeze: The Synaesthetic Arts of the Deccan (Mumbai: Marg, 2018), pp. 69–87.

Schwartz Kevin (2016) The curious case of Carnatic: The last nawab of Arcot (d. 1855) and Persian literary culture, The Indian Economic and Social History Review, 53, 4 (2016): 533–560

Sohoni Pushkar (2016) A Tale of Two Imperial Residences: Aurangzeb’s Architectural Patronage, Journal of Islamic Architecture, 4(2), December 2016.

Sohoni Pushkar (2018) Imbrication and Implication Early Ma­ra­tha Architecture and the Deccan Sultanates, Archives of Asian Art 68:1 April 2018.

Popular articles and reviews

Review of The Architecture of A Deccan Sultanate by Pushkar Sohoni

Medium Rare – A Column by Manu Pillai

How 16th Century Ahmednagar Palance in Maharashtra Stayed Cool in the Summer.

The Alamgir Masjid: Aurangzeb’s Personal Mosque

Mughal Gardens of Khuldabad, Maharashtra

Articles by Vikhar Ahmed Sayeed:

Muharram in North Karnataka
The Bahmani Remains
Beyond the Hindu-Muslim Binary
Challenging the Popular Narrative
The Deccan Chronicles
Making History Accessible
Deccan Architecture
The Medieval Deccan
Medieval Monarch 
Sultans of the South
The Deccan’s Defences
Medieval Splendour