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A deconstructive history of Pahang

Farish A. Noor

A deconstructive history of Pahang

from Inderapura to Darul Makmur

by Farish A. Noor

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Published by Silverfish Books in Kuala Lumpur .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-259) and index.

    Other titlesFrom Inderapura to Darul Makmur, Pahang
    StatementFarish A. Noor
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS598+
    The Physical Object
    Pagination273 p. :
    Number of Pages273
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25095377M
    ISBN 109789833221301
    LC Control Number2011307276

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From Inderapura to Darul Makmur: A Deconstructive History of Pahang. To write a history of a state like Pahang today requires us to go back to the history of the land and its peoples before the emergence of a political entity that would be named Pahang.

While doing so, the historian cannot neglect the fact that before the Malay polities that emerged from the 15th century. The Pahang Sultanate (Malay: Kesultanan Pahang, Jawi: كسلطانن ڤهڠ) also referred as the Old Pahang Sultanate, as opposed to the Modern Pahang Sultanate, was a Malay Muslim state established in the eastern Malay peninsular in 15th century.

At the height of its influence, the Sultanate was an important power in Southeast Asian history and controlled the entire Pahang Capital: Pekan. Farish (Badrol Hisham)Ahmad-Noor, From Indrapura to Darul Makmur: A Deconstructive History of Pahang.

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From Inderapura to Darul Makmur: A Deconstructive History of Pahang by Farish A Noor An unusual and provocative history of the Malaysian state that does not take for granted traditional histories that start in the 15th century with the advent of a Malay sultanate.

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Primarily interested in an historical view. Tatkala melangkah masuk ke ruang utama, terus terpandang sebuah buku yang sewajarnya dimiliki oleh mana-mana pencinta sejarah dan warisan Pahang iaitu buku bertajuk “From Indrapura to Darul Makmur: A Deconstructive History of Pahang” terbitan Silverfish Books (cetakan kedua Februari ).

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