Sources

 

Literary works of Professor Syed Hasan Askari have been referenced by academics, historians, researchers, and scholars in their respective publications in addition to honorable acknowledgements by individuals, institutions and websites. This website also extensively referenced the list below.

 

  • A. Rashid referenced "A 15th century Shuttari Sufi saint of north Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Society and Culture in Medieval India, 1206-1556 A.D.", 1969

  • A. Rashid referenced "Hazrat Abdul Quddus Gangohi by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Society and Culture in Medieval India, 1206-1556 A.D.", 1969

  • A. Rashid referenced "The correspondence of two 14th century Sufi saints of Bihar with contemporary sovereigns of Delhi and Bengal by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Society and Culture in Medieval India, 1206-1556 A.D.", 1969

  • A. Vaidik referenced "Fort William India House Correspondence, 1787-1791 edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Imperial Andamans: Colonial Encounter and Island History", 2010

  • A.R. Kidwai authored "Askari Saheb - An inspiring example",  in  "Readings in Indian History, Syed Hasan Askari Centenary Volume", 2001

  • A.R. Singh referenced "Fort William India House Correspondence, 1787-1791 edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Information Management in Archives and Libraries", 2001

  • Abhay Kumar Singh referenced "An unpublished Persian Letter of Mir Qasim by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, Proceedings Volume, Indian Historical Records Commission, 1938", in "Modern World System and Indian Proto-industrialization: Bengal, Volume 1", 2006

  • Abhay Kumar Singh referenced "Iqbalnama by an anonymous contemporary writer, translated from Persian by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Modern World System and Indian Proto-industrialization: Bengal 1650-1800, Volume 1", 2006

  • Abhay Kumar Singh referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Modern World System and Indian Proto-industrialization: Bengal ..., Volume 1", 2006

  • Abhay Kumar Singh referenced "Zain Khan's Tabaqat-i Baburi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Modern World System and Indian Proto-industrialization: Bengal ..., Volume 1", 2006

  • Prof. Dr. Adeela Ghazanfar mentioned"Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in  "Sufi Literature as a Source of Social History: A Case Study of 14th Century Text, Siyar Al-Awliyā (PhD Dissertation)",  2019

  • Prof. Dr. Adeela Ghazanfar  referenced "Syed Hasan Askari, “Amir Khusrau as Historian” in Historians of Medieval India, ed., Mohibbul Hassan (Meerut: Meenakshi Parakshan, 1968), 27.",  in  "Sufi Literature as a Source of Social History: A Case Study of 14th Century Text, Siyar Al-Awliyā (PhD Dissertation)",  2019

  • Prof. Dr. Adeela Ghazanfar  referenced "Askari, Syed Hassan. Amir Khusrau: Aḥwāl-o āthār. Delhi: n.d, 1975.",  in  "Sufi Literature as a Source of Social History: A Case Study of 14th Century Text, Siyar Al-Awliyā (PhD Dissertation)",  2019

  • Prof. Dr. Adeela Ghazanfar  referenced "Askari, Syed Hassan. “Hazrat Abdul Quddus Gangohi by Professor Syed Hasan Askari”,
    Patna University Journal. vol. xi. (1957).
    ",  in  "Sufi Literature as a Source of Social History: A Case Study of 14th Century Text, Siyar Al-Awliyā (PhD Dissertation)",  2019

  • Prof. Dr. Adeela Ghazanfar  referenced "Askari, Syed Hassan.  “Historical value of Sufi hagiological works of the Sultanate Period”, Journal of Bihar Research Society. vol. III. no. i-iv. (1966).",  in  "Sufi Literature as a Source of Social History: A Case Study of 14th Century Text, Siyar Al-Awliyā (PhD Dissertation)",  2019

  • Prof. Dr. Adeela Ghazanfar  referenced "Askari, Syed Hassan.  “Maktub Literature as a Source of Social History”, Khuda Buksh Library Journal. vol. no. 1. (1978).",  in  "Sufi Literature as a Source of Social History: A Case Study of 14th Century Text, Siyar Al-Awliyā (PhD Dissertation)",  2019

  • Prof. Dr. Adeela Ghazanfar  referenced   Askari, Syed Hassan. “Malfuzats and Maktubats of a 14th century Sufi saint of Bihar”, Journal of Bihar Research Society. vol. xxxiv. no. iii-iv. (1948).",  in  "Sufi Literature as a Source of Social History: A Case Study of 14th Century Text, Siyar Al-Awliyā (PhD Dissertation)",  2019

  • Aditya Behl referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Medieval Bihar: Sultanate & Mughal Period, Collection of ten articles, Volume 4 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Love's Subtle Magic: An Indian Islamic Literary Tradition, 1379-1545", 2012

  • Professor Allison Busch referenced "Comprehensive History of Bihar, Volume 2 Part 2, edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari., Qeyamuddin Ahmad", in "Poetry of Kings: The Classical Hindi Literature of Mughal India", 2011

  • Professor Anand A. Yang referenced "Comprehensive History of Bihar, Volume 2 Part 1, edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari., Qeyamuddin Ahmad", in "Bazaar India: Markets, Society, and the Colonial State in Bihar", 1998

  • Professor Anand A. Yang mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari's interview", in "The Limited Raj: Agrarian Relations in Colonial India, Saran District, 1793-1920", 1989

  • Professor Ananda Bhattacharya referenced "The Correspondence of Two Fourteenth century Sufi Saints of Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, Orissa Research Society, vol-4, No-2(1956) pp177-195.", in "Madariya Silsila in Indian Perspective, published in Islam and Muslim Societies - a social science journal (Vol. 6 No. 1 – 2013)", 2013

  • Professor Ananda Bhattacharya referenced " The Comprehensive History of Bihar  by Professor Syed Hasan Askariand Q.Ahmad (ed),vol.ii,pt.i, p404", in "Madariya Silsila in Indian Perspective, published in Islam and Muslim Societies - a social science journal (Vol. 6 No. 1 – 2013)", 2013

  • Ananda Bhattacharya referenced "A Fifteenth Century Shuttari Sufi Saint of North of Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, Proceeding of the Indian History Congress, 1950 pp.148 (Reprinted in JBROS VOL-XXXVII, PTS 1-2)", in "Madariya Silsila in Indian Perspective, published in Islam and Muslim Societies - a social science journal (Vol. 6 No. 1, 2013)", 2013

  • Ananda Bhattacharya referenced "The Mausoleum of a Saint of Madari order of Sufi At Hilsa, in this context the work of ASKARI Bengal Past and Present,vol-ixviii,Calcutta,1949.", in "Madariya Silsila in Indian Perspective, published in Islam and Muslim Societies - a social science journal (Vol. 6 No. 1 – 2013)", 2013

  • Ananda Bhattacharya mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari and extensively referencend his literary works.", in " Ananda Bhattacharya, Madariya Silsila in Indian Perspective, published in Islam and Muslim Societies - a social science journal (Vol. 6 No. 1 – 2013)", 2013

  • Ananda Bhattacharya referenced "Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, Patna, 1959, p.14, J.Wise,Notes on theRaces,Castes and Tribes of Eastern Bengal, London, 1883 .p.53",  in "Madariya Silsila in Indian Perspective, published in Islam and Muslim Societies - a social science journal (Vol. 6 No. 1 – 2013)", 2013

  • Ananda Bhattacharya referenced "Some Farmans.Sanad,Nishans and Inscription in Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, Journal of the Bihar and Orrisa society. vol.xliii, pts-3-4, 1957.", in "Madariya Silsila in Indian Perspective, published in Islam and Muslim Societies - a social science journal (Vol. 6 No. 1 – 2013)", 2013

  • Ananda Bhattacharya referenced "Contemporary Biography of Fifteenth Century Sufi Saint of Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, Proceedings of the Indian Historical Records Commission (IHRC), vol-xxvii. ",  in  "Madariya Silsila in Indian Perspective, published in Islam and Muslim Societies - a social science journal (Vol. 6 No. 1 – 2013)", 2013

  • Ananda Bhattacharya referenced "Documents Relating To An Old Family of Sufi Saints of Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, IHRC Proceedings, vol.xxvii", in "Madariya Silsila in Indian Perspective, published in Islam and Muslim Societies - a social science journal (Vol. 6 No. 1 – 2013)", 2013

  • Annemarie Schimmel, Former Professor Emerita Indo-Muslim Culture Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations  referenced  "Zain Khan's Tabaqat-i Baburi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Empire of the Great Mughals: History, Art and Culture", 2004

  • B. P. Ambashthy mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "FRESH LIGHT ON SHAH ALAM'S SECOND INVASION OF BIHAR IN 1760 AS LEARNED FROM RAJA RAM NARAIN'S TWO UNPUBLISHED LETTERS", 1966

  • Badr-ud-Din Tyabji referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in  "Reflections on the Completion of the 1400 Years of the Hijri Calendar",  1981

  • Benares Hindu University Syllabus  referenced "literary works of Professor Syed Hasan Askari"  (http://www.bhu.ac.in/social_sciences/history/MASemIIIIVsyllabus.pdf)

  • Professor Dr. Bernardo A. Michael referenced "Comprehensive History of Bihar. Volume 2 Part 2, edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari., Qeyamuddin Ahmad", in "Statemaking and Territory in South Asia: Lessons from the Anglo–Gorkha War …", 2014

  • Professor Dr. Blain Auer referenced "Taj-ul-Maasir of Hasan Nizami by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Persian Historical Works Written in South Asia", 2018

  • Brijen Kishore Gupta referenced "Raja Ram Narain by  Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Sirajuddaullah and the East India company, 1756-1757,: Background to the foundation of British power in India", 1966

  • Professor Bruce B. Lawrence  referenced  "Tazkira-i Murshidi-Rare Malfuz of the 15th-Century Sufi Saint of Gulbarga:' Proceedings of the Indian Historical Records Commission (1952) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari. ",  in  "Sufi Martyrs of Love Chishti Sufism in South Asia and Beyond", 2002

  • Professor Bruce B. Lawrence  referenced  "Hazrat Abdul Quddus Gangohi:' Patna University Journal (1957) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Sufi Martyrs of Love Chishti Sufism in South Asia and Beyond", 2002

  • Professor Bruce B. Lawrence  referenced  "Hazrat Husamuddin, the 15th century Chishti saint of Manikpur:' Current Studies 1 (May 1953): 4-11A; also in journal of the Pakistan Historical Society (1953): 380-91 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Sufi Martyrs of Love Chishti Sufism in South Asia and Beyond", 2002

  • Professor Bruce B. Lawrence acknowledged Professor Askari's assistance",  in  "Notes from a Distant Flute", 1978

  • Professor Carl W. Ernst mentioned "Professor Hasan Askari regarding his meeting followed by discussion with Prof. Askari in July 1979. I am grateful to S. H. Askari for sharing his insights with me on this subject.", in "From Hagiography to Martyrology: Conflicting Testimonies to a Sufi Martyr of the Delhi Sultanate, History of Religions, Vol. 24, No. 4 (May, 1985), pp. 308-327 (20 pages), Published by: The University of Chicago Press", 1985

  • Professor Carl W. Ernst referenced "A 15th century Shuttari Sufi saint of north Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Refractions of Islam in India: Situating Sufism and Yoga", 2016

  • Professor Carl W. Ernst referenced "Maktub literature as a source of socio-political history -  The Maktubat of a Sufi of Firdausi Order of Bihar - A case study by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Refractions of Islam in India: Situating Sufism and Yoga", 2016

  • Professor Carl W. Ernst mentioned "Professor Hasan Askari in regards to his meeting followed by discussion with Prof. Askari.", in "Refractions of Islam in India: Situating Sufism and Yoga", 2016

  • Professor Catherine B. Asher referenced "Zain Khan's Tabaqat-i Baburi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Architecture of Mughal India, Part 1, Volume 4", 1992

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber authored "an article on  Professor Syed Hasan Askari to make his work known in France",   in   "Dictionnaire biographique des savants et grandes figures du monde musulan périphérique du XIXème siècle à nos jours",  1998

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in  "Entre la caste et la secte. Un kissa du répertoire des Bhartrihari jogis musulmans d e la région de Gorakhpur", in Purusartha Les ruses du salut. Religion et politique dans le monde indien, ed by Marie Louise Reiniche, Purusartha, Paris, Ehess,"  1995

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "The Mausoleum of a saint of a Madari order at hilsa, in bengal Past and Present by Professor Syed Hasan Askari (1949)",  in  "Dargah  sur stupa, L'acculturation de l'islam au Bihar", in Purusartha Acculturation de l'islam et du christianisme en Inde, ed by Tarabout and Assayag, Paris, Ehess",  1997

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "Aspects of the culrtural history of medieval Bihar  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari (1984) ",  in  "Dargah  sur stupa, L'acculturation de l'islam au Bihar", in Purusartha Acculturation de l'islam et du christianisme en Inde, ed by Tarabout and Assayag, Paris, Ehess"  1997

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "Collected works  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari (1985)",  in  "Dargah  sur stupa, L'acculturation de l'islam au Bihar", in Purusartha Acculturation de l'islam et du christianisme en Inde, ed by Tarabout and Assayag, Paris, Ehess",  1997

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "Contemporary biography of a 15th century saint of Bihar Indian historical Records comm proceedings  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari (1950)",  in  "Dargah  sur stupa, L'acculturation de l'islam au Bihar", in Purusartha Acculturation de l'islam et du christianisme en Inde, ed by Tarabout and Assayag, Paris, Ehess",  1997

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar 1 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari 1989",  in  "Dargah  sur stupa, L'acculturation de l'islam au Bihar", in Purusartha Acculturation de l'islam et du christianisme en Inde, ed by Tarabout and Assayag, Paris, Ehess",  1997

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "The Mausoleum of a saint of a Madari order at hilsa, in bengal Past and Present  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari (1949)",  in  "Chanteurs itinérants  en Inde du Nord. La tradition orale bhojpuri, Paris, L'Harmattan,",  1999

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "Aspects of the culrtural history of medieval Bihar  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari (1984)",  in  "Chanteurs itinérants  en Inde du Nord. La tradition orale bhojpuri, Paris, L'Harmattan",  1999

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "Collected works  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari (1985)",  in  "Chanteurs itinérants  en Inde du Nord. La tradition orale bhojpuri, Paris, L'Harmattan",  1999

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "Contemporary biography of a 15th century saint of Bihar Indian historical Records comm proceedings  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari(1950)",  in  "Chanteurs itinérants  en Inde du Nord. La tradition orale bhojpuri, Paris, L'Harmattan",  1999

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari (1989)",   in   "Chanteurs itinérants  en Inde du Nord. La tradition orale bhojpuri, Paris, L'Harmattan",  1999

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "The Ujjainia ancestors of Babu Kunvar Singh",  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari (1955) Journal of the Bihar Research society",  in  "Chanteurs itinérants  en Inde du Nord. La tradition orale bhojpuri, Paris, L'Harmattan,",  1999

  • Dr. Catherine Servan-Schreiber  referenced "A XVth century Shuttari saint of North Bihar",  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari in Journal of the Bihar Research Society, 1951",  in  "Shattari order of Bihar".   

  • Professor Christon I. Archer referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in  "World History of Warfare", 2002

  • Christopher Alan Bayly referenced "Mirat-ul-Muluk, a contemporary work containing references on later Mughal administration by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Empire and Information: Intelligence Gathering and Social Communication in India, 1780-1870", 1999

  • Christopher Alan Bayly referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Empire and Information: Intelligence Gathering and Social Communication in India, 1780-1870", 1999

  • Dr. Claudine Salmon, edited, École française d'Extrême-Orient, École des hautes études en sciences sociales referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature, As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Récits de voyages asiatiques: genres, mentalités, conception de l'espace", 1996

  • D. Reimer referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature, As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Die Welt des Islams, Volume 35", 1995

  • Professor David Sol Boyk referenced "Syed Hasan Askari's, “The City of Patna—Etymology of Place-Names,” in Patna Through the Ages: Glimpses of History,  Society & Economy, ed. Qeyamuddin Ahmad (Patna: Janaki Prakashan, 1988), 62–65", in "Provincial Urbanity: Intellectuals and Public Life in Patna, 1880-1930. A dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in History in the Graduate Division of the University of California, Berkeley, USA", 2015

  • Department of Art, Culture and Youth, Government of Bihar, 2008 referenced "Aspects of the Cultural History of Medieval Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Patna, a Monumental History", 2008

  • Devu Pattar referenced "Mahmud Gawan and his book Manazir-ul-Insha by Professor Syed Hasan Askari for his on-going research work per his email in 2018". Mr. Devu Pattar is a journalist, writer, researcher in Bengaluru, Karnataka. 

  • Dr. Jagdishwar Pandey  authored  "Image of sacrifice and compassion (Hindi) ", in "Readings in Indian History, Syed Hasan Askari Centenary Volume",  2001

  • Duke University Press  referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar, Collection of two articles, Volume 3 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Volume 17", 1997

  • E.G. Smith for the U.S. Library of Congress Office referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Amir Khusrau as a Historian, Collection of eight articles, Volume 2 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Accessions List, South Asia, Volume 16, Issues 11-12", 1996

  • E.G. Smith for the U.S. Library of Congress Office referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Collection of five articles, Volume 1 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in "Accessions List, South Asia, Volume 16, Issues 11-12", 1996

  • Professor Eric Tagliacozzo referenced "Mughal Naval Weakness and Aurangzeb's Attitude Towards the Traders and Pirates on the Western Coast", in "Trade, Production, and Incorporation. The Indian Ocean in Flux, 1600–1900", 2002

  • Eugenia W. Herbert referenced "Zain Khan's Tabaqat-i Baburi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Flora's Empire: British Gardens in India", 2011

  • Gayatri Nath Pant referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in  "Indian Shield", 1982

  • Girish Chandra Dwivedi referenced "An Anonymous Journal of Nadir Shah's Translations in India. Translated by S.H. Askari in Proc. I.H.C. (1947) entitled 'A Contemporary Correspondence Describing the Events at Delhi at the time of Nadir Shah's "Invasions". It tends to demonstrate an attitude of resistance on the part of Badan Singh during Nadir Shah's stay at Delhi.", in " The Jats - Their Role in the Mughal Empire", 2003

  • Girish Chandra Dwivedi referenced "Durrani-Rajput Relations. 1759-1761. Correspondence between Madho Singh and the Abdali and others. Extract translation by S.H. Askari in Proc. IH C, (1945).", in " The Jats - Their Role in the Mughal Empire", 2003

  • Girish Chandra Dwivedi referenced "Iqbalnama by an anonymous contemporary writer,(translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Jats - Their Role in the Mughal Empire", 2003

  • Girish Chandra Dwivedi mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari ( I am also grateful to Professor S.H. Askari. Inspite of his old age and frail health, he took pains to guide me to the relevant material both in the Khuda Bakhsh Library and in his personal collection and discussed with me many passages from the original sources. Among the valuable material which he made available to me, I must here make a pointed reference to his personal typed copy of the translation, of lqbalnama, which he had prepared for publication.  I may be excused for striking a very personal note here. When Prof Askari suggested to me the Ms. of Tarikh-i-Bharatpur, he remarked that Sir Jadu Nath Sarkar had asked him to utilize that Ms. for his research studies on the Jats. Prof Askari added that he was happy on my taking up the subject and making a suitable use of the Ms.", in "The Jats - Their Role in the Mughal Empire", 2003

  • Girish Chandra Dwivedi referenced "Professor Syed Hasan Askari with glowing tributes", in "The Jats - Their Role in the Mughal Empire", 2003

  • Girish Chandra Dwivedi referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Jats - Their Role in the Mughal Empire", 2003

  • Girish Chandra Dwivedi referenced "Unpublished Correspondence Relating to Maharaja Madho Singh of Jaipur and some of his Contemporaries by S.H. Askari, Proc. IH C, (1948)", in "The Jats - Their Role in the Mughal Empire", 2003

  • Guide to the Sources of Asian History, India: National Archives, Volume 2 referenced "Fort William India House Correspondence, 1787-1791 edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in it's publication dated 1992

  • Dr. Gustav Roth mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari" in "Discussions about the Patna Dharmapada", 2000.  Roth had the chance to stay in Patna and to see this Library. Here he was well received by Prof. Syed Hasan Askari a leading scholar of medieval Indian History and Culture. S. H. Askari, a Shi'a Muslim by faith, maintained in the field of scholarship, the impartial attitude of a research-worker combined with a broad-minded readiness to make source-material available to scholars on national and international levels". 

  • Professor Hayden Bellenoit referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Between qanungos and clerks: the cultural and service worlds of Hindustan's pensmen, 1750-1850", 2014

  • Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed  authored  "The last writings of Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Readings in Indian History, Syed Hasan Askari Centenary Volume", 2001

  • Indian Library Association mentioned  "Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Proceedings of the 4th All India Library Conference, Patna, April 13th-15th, 1940

  • Professor Iqtidar Alam Khan referenced “Material of Historical Interest in I‘jaz-i Khusravi by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.” Medieval India:
    A Miscellany 1 (1969): 1–21", in "Historical Dictionary of Medieval India",  2008

  • Professor Iqtidar Alam Khan referenced “Risail-ul-Ijaz, of Amir Khusrau: An Appraisal by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.” Dr. Zakir Husain
    Presentation Volume. Delhi: n.p., 1968.", in "Historical Dictionary of Medieval India",  2008

  • Professor Iqtidar Husain Siddiqi  referenced  "Tajul Maasir Hasan Nizami, Taj-ul-Maasir, trs. by S.H. Askari in Patna University Journal (Arts), vol.18, No.3, 1963; by Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in  "Indo-Persian Historiography Up to the Thirteenth Century ",  2010

  • Iran: Journal of the British Institute of Persian Studies, Volumes 31-32,  referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in it's publication, 1993

  • Professor Irfan Habib referenced  "Documents relating to an old family of Sufi saint of Bihar (1949) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Agrarian System of Mughal India 1556–1707. First published in 1963 by Asia Publishing House. Second, extensively revised, edition published in 1999 by Oxford University Press.", 1963/1999

  • J. C. Dua referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "British historiography, eighteenth century Punjab: their understanding of the Sikh struggle for power and role of Jassa Singh Ahluwalia", 1992

  • J. R. I. Cole referenced "The Political Significance of Hazin's Career in Eastern India." Bengal Past and Present 63 (1943): 1-10.  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Roots of North Indian Shi‘ism in Iran and Iraq
    Religion and State in Awadh, 1722-1859", 1989

  • J. Rypka referenced "Fresh light on Shaikh Ali Hazin and his tours in eastern Hindustan by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "History of Iranian Literature", 2013

  • Sir Jadunath Sarkar mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Maasir-i- Alamgiri", 1947.

  • Professor Jagadish Narayan Sarkar referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Collection of five articles, Volume 1 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Historiography, Then and Now: Medieval Bihar", 1989

  • Professor Jagadish Narayan Sarkar referenced "Comprehensive History of Bihar. Volume 2 Part 2, edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari., Qeyamuddin Ahmad", in "Historiography, Then and Now: Medieval Bihar", 1989

  • Professor Jagadish Narayan Sarkar referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Romance of historiography from Shah Alam I to Shah Alam II (non-European)", 1982

  • Jamal Malik referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Islam in South Asia: A Short History", 2008

  • Jigar Mohammed referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Revenue free land grants in Mughal India: Awadh Region in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (1658-1765)", 2002

  • Jitendra Narayan referenced "Comprehensive History of Bihar, Volume 2 Part 1, edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari., Qeyamuddin Ahmad", in "Communal riots in India: a case study of an Indian state", 1992

  • Professor John Renard referenced "A 15th Century Shattari Sufi Saint of North Bihar" by Professor Syed Hasan Askari in "The-A-to-Z of Sufism", 2009

  • Professor John Renard referenced "Malfuzats and Maktubats of Hazrat Sharfuddin Yahya Maneri" by Professor Syed Hasan Askari in "The-A-to-Z of Sufism", 2009

  • Professor John Renard referenced "Contemporary biography of a 15th century Sufi saint by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, in "Friends of God", 2008

  • Professor John Renard referenced "Tazkira-i-Murshidi, a rare Malfuz of 15th century Sufi saint of Gulbarga" by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, in "Friends of God", 2008

  • Professor John Renard referenced "The mausoleum of a Saint of Madari Order of Sufi’s at Hilsa Bihar" by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, in "Historical Dictionary of Sufism (Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies, and Movements Series)" 2015

  • John Renard referenced "A 15th Century Shattari Sufi Saint of North Bihar" by Professor Syed Hasan Askari in "Historical Dictionary of Sufism (Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies, and Movements Series)" 2015

  • Professor John Renard referenced "Malfuzats and Maktubats of Hazrat Sharfuddin Yahya Maneri" by Professor Syed Hasan Askari in "Historical Dictionary of Sufism (Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies, and Movements Series)" 2015

  • Professor John Renard referenced "Contemporary biography of a 15th century Sufi saint by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, in "Historical Dictionary of Sufism (Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies, and Movements Series)" 2015

  • Professor John Renard referenced "The mausoleum of a Saint of Madari Order of Sufi’s at Hilsa Bihar" by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, in "Historical Dictionary of Sufism (Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies, and Movements Series)" 2015

  • Professor John Renard referenced "Historical value of the sufic hagiographical works of the Sultanate" by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, in "Historical Dictionary of Sufism (Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies, and Movements Series)" 2015

  • Joyce P. Westrip, Peggy Holroyde referenced "Fort William India House Correspondence, 1787-1791 edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Colonial Cousins: A Surprising History of Connections Between India and Australia", 2010

  • Jyoti Gulati Balachandran referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Texts, Tombs and Memory: The Migration, Settlement and Formation of a Learned Muslim Community in Fifteenth-Century Gujarat (UCLA Electronic Theses and Dissertations)", 2012

  • K. S. Singh referenced "Comprehensive History of Bihar, Volume 2 Part 2, edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari., Qeyamuddin Ahmad", in "People of India: Bihar (2 pts.)", 2008

  • K.A. Ballhatchetreviewed"Fort William India House Correspondence, 1787-1791 edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Bulletin in School of Oriental and African Studies Cambridge Journals", 1979

  • K.P. Jayaswal Research Institute referenced "Aspects of the Cultural History of Medieval Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Prajñā-bhāratī, Volume 9", 1999

  • Kaushik Roy referenced "Zain Khan's Tabaqat-i Baburi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Warfare in Pre-British India – 1500BCE to 1740CE", 2015

  • Kaushik Roy, Peter Lorge referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Chinese and Indian Warfare – From the Classical Age to 1870", 2015

  • Professor Kelly Pemberton referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar, Collection of two articles, Volume 3 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Women Mystics and Sufi Shrines in India", 2010

  • Professor Kelly Pemberton referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Medieval Bihar: Sultanate & Mughal Period, Collection of ten articles, Volume 4 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Women Mystics and Sufi Shrines in India", 2010

  • Khaliq Ahmad Nizami referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - On Awfi's Jawami-ul Hikayat, Volume 5 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Supplement to Elliot & Dowson's History of India, Volume 2", 1981

  • Khaliq Ahmad Nizami referenced "Taj-ul-Maasir of Hasan Nizami by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Supplement to Elliot & Dowson's History of India, Volume 2", 1981

  • Khan Sarfaraz mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in  "Muhammuad Ali Hazin", 1944

  • K̲h̲udā Bak̲h̲sh Lāʼibreri jarnal, Issue 164 referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "it's publication", 2011

  • Kishori Prasad Sahu referenced "Medicines and Hospitals in Muslim India by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Some Aspects of North Indian Social Life, 1000-1526 A.D. (with a Special Reference to Contemporary Literatures)", 1973

  • Kishori Prasad Sahu referenced "Medicines and Hospitals in Muslim India by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Some Aspects of North Indian Social Life, 1000-1526 a.D. (With a Special Reference to Contemporary Literatures)", 1973

  • Kishori Prasad Sahu mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Some Aspects of North Indian Social Life, 1000-1526 a.D. (With a Special Reference to Contemporary Literatures)", 1973

  • Kishori Prasad Sahu mentioned  "Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in "Some Aspects of North Indian Social Life, 1000-1526 A.D. (with a Special Reference to Contemporary Literatures).", 1973

  • Kumkum Chatterjee referenced "Maharaja Kalyan Singh Ashiq "The last native Governor of Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Merchants, Politics, and Society in Early Modern India: Bihar, 1733-1820", 1996

  • Kumkum Chatterjee referenced "Personal Communication of  Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Merchants, Politics, and Society in Early Modern India: Bihar, 1733-1820", 1996

  • Kumkum Chatterjee referenced "Raja Ram Narain by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Merchants, Politics, and Society in Early Modern India: Bihar, 1733-1820", 1996

  • Kumkum Chatterjee referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Merchants, Politics, and Society in Early Modern India: Bihar, 1733-1820", 1996

  • Leela Prasad referenced "Bengal Revolution of 1757 and Raja Ram Narain", in "Opposition To British Supremacy In Bihar 1757-1803", 1981

  • Leela Prasad referenced "Raja Ram Narain", in "Opposition To British Supremacy In Bihar 1757-1803", 1981

  • Leela Prasad referenced "Some unpublished letters of Raja Ram Narain regarding Shah Alam II's invasion of Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Opposition To British Supremacy In Bihar 1757-1803", 1981

  • Link: Indian Newsmagazine, Volume 25, Asia referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "it's publication", 1982

  • Lloyd V. J. Ridgeon referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Sufism: Hermeneutics and doctrines", 2008

  • M. Siraj Anwar referenced "Indo-Persian relations with special reference to the Deccan by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "THE RELATIONS OF THE MUGHAL EMPIRE WITH THE AHMADNAGAR KINGDOM (1526-1636), Thesis Submited for the *Degree of Doctor (Philosophy in History)", 1994

  • Marcus Daniel referenced "Fort William India House Correspondence, 1787-1791 edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Scandal and Civility: Journalism and the Birth of American Democracy", 2009

  • Margaret H. Case referenced "A copy of Dastur-ul-Amal by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "South Asian History, 1750-1950: A Guide to Periodicals, Dissertations and Newspapers", 2015

  • Margaret H. Case referenced "Chait Singh and Hastings (from Persian sources) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "South Asian History, 1750-1950: A Guide to Periodicals, Dissertations and Newspapers", 2015

  • Margaret H. Case referenced "Political significance of the movement of Syed Ahmad Barelvi by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "South Asian History, 1750-1950: A Guide to Periodicals, Dissertations and Newspapers", 2015

  • Margaret H. Case referenced "Unpublished correspondence relating to Maharaja Madho Singh of Jaipur and some of his contemporaries", in "South Asian History, 1750-1950: A Guide to Periodicals, Dissertations and Newspapers", 2015

  • Margaret H. Case referenced "Raja Dhiraj Narain", in "South Asian History, 1750-1950: A Guide to Periodicals, Dissertations and Newspapers", 2015

  • Margaret H. Case referenced "A source book of mid-eighteen century Indian History", in "South Asian History, 1750-1950: A Guide to Periodicals, Dissertations and Newspapers", 2015

  • Margaret H. Case referenced "An unpublished Persian Letter of Mir Qasim by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "South Asian History, 1750-1950: A Guide to Periodicals, Dissertations and Newspapers", 2015

  • Matthew Friedman referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar, Collection of two articles, Volume 3 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Union with God in Christ: Early Christian and Wesleyan Spirituality as an Approach to Islamic Mysticism", 2017

  • Meenakshi Khanna referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Medieval Bihar: Sultanate & Mughal Period, Collection of ten articles, Volume 4 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Cultural History of Medieval India", 2007

  • Michal Wanner referenced "Fort William India House Correspondence, 1787-1791 edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Anglo-French Relations in India 1787–1794 in the Mirror of Governor-Generals of British India Sources, Article (Czech), Studia historica Brunensia. 2016, vol. 63, iss. 2, pp. 5-22", 2016

  • Prof. Dr. Mohammad Aslam mentioned his meeting with "Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in "Safar Nama-e-Hind", 1995

  • Professor Mohammad Sajjad dedicated his book "Remembering Muslim Makers Of Modern Bihar" to the memories of Professor Syed Hasan Askari (1901-1990) & Professor Papiya Ghosh (1958-2006), 2019

  • Professor Mohammad Sajjad mentioned  "Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in  "Remembering Satish Chandra the Pioneering Scholar of Medieval Indian History", 2011

  • Professor Mohamed Taher referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Collection of five articles, Volume 1 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Islamic Studies in India: A Survey of Human, Institutional and Documentary Sources", 1991

  • Professor Mohamed Taher mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari as an expert", in "Islamic Studies in India: A Survey of Human, Institutional and Documentary Sources", 1991

  • Mohd. Sanjeer Alam referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar, Collection of two articles, Volume 3 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Religion, Community, and Education: The Case of Rural Bihar", 2012

  • Mohsen Mohammadi referenced "Music in Early Indo-Persian Literature by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in " Qand-i Pārsī: An Introduction to Twenty Persian Texts on Indo-Persian Music", 2006

  • Mohsen Saeidi Madani referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar, Collection of two articles, Volume 3 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Impact of Hindu Culture on Muslims", 1993

  • Muhammad Umar referenced "Tarikh-i Farrukhsiyar va avāʼil-i ʻahd-i Muḥammad Shāh, maʻrūf bih Shāhʻnamah-i munavvar kalām  by Shīv Dās Lakʹhnavī", in "Muslim society in northern India during the eighteenth century", 1998

  • Muhammad Umar referenced "Tarikh-i Farrukhsiyar va avāʼil-i ʻahd-i Muḥammad Shāh, maʻrūf bih Shāhʻnamah-i munavvar kalām  by Shīv Dās Lakʹhnavī", in "Islam in Northern India During the Eighteenth Century", 1993

  • Professor Munis D. Faruqui referenced "Documents relating to an old family of Sufi saint of Bihar (1949) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Princes of the Mughal Empire, 1504-1719", 2012

  • Professor Munis D. Faruqui referenced "Zain Khan's Tabaqat-i Baburi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Princes of the Mughal Empire, 1504-1719",  2012

  • N. M. P. Srivastava authored "Professor Askari - As I knew him", in "Readings in Indian History, Syed Hasan Askari Centenary Volume", 2001

  • Naimur Rahman Farooqi referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Mughal-Ottoman relations: a study of political & diplomatic relations between Mughal India and the Ottoman Empire, 1556-1748", 1989

  • Professor Nile Green referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Indian Sufism Since the Seventeenth Century: Saints, Books and Empires in the Muslim Deccan (Routledge Sufi Series) 1st Edition", 2006

  • Professor Nile Green referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Sufism: A Global History", 2012

  • Professor Nile Green referenced "Zain Khan, Tabaqat-i-Baburi, 1982 translated by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Making Space: Sufis and Settlers in Early Modern India", 2012

  • Professor Nile Green  referenced "S. H. ʿAskarī, “Dabistān-i Madhāhib and Dīwān-i Mubad,” Indo-Iranian Studies Presented for the Golden Jubilee of the Pahlavi Dynasty of Iran, ed. F. Mujtabai, New Delhi, 1977, pp. 85­-104.",  in  "The Persianate World: The Frontiers of a Eurasian Lingua Franca",  2019

  • Nishi Sinha mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari as Prof. Askari brought book of poetry composed by Emperor Humayon to Khuda Buksh Library,", in "Tourism Perspective in Bihar", 1999

  • Noor-ul-Hasan Ansari translated "Ijaz-i-Khusarwi (Translation of Risail-ul-Ijaz of Amir Khusrau: An Appraisal), Amir Khusrau aur Mausiqui, (Translation of Amir Khusrau on Music), Dalail-e-Ijaz e-Khusarwi, (Translation of Risail-ul-Ijaz of Amir Khusrau: An Appraisal)",  in  "Ahwal o' Asar, & Jahan-i-Khusrau", 1975 & 2006 respectively

  • Norbert Peabody referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Hindu Kingship and Polity in Precolonial India", 2003

  • ‎Oleg Grabar, Perween Hasan referenced "New light on Raja Ganesh and Sultan Ibrahim of Jaunpur from contemporary correspondence of two Muslim saints ", in "Sultans and Mosques: The Early Muslim Architecture of Bangladesh", 2007

  • Omar Khalidi referenced "An unpublished Persian Letter of Mir Qasim by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "A Guide to Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and Urdu Manuscript Libraries in India", 2003

  • Official Website of Amir Khusrau  referenced  "Amir Khusrau as a Historian by  Askari, S.H. Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Public Library (1988)" (http://aalamekhusrau.com/english.aspx)  

  • Official Website of Ghalib Award 1974 mentioned   "Professor Syed Hasan Askari (Research)" (http://ghalibinstitute.blogspot.com/p/galib-award.html)  

  • Official Website of Encyclopaedia Iranica  referenced   AḤMAD ČARMPŪŠ or Hazrat Ahmad Chirmposh, a 14th century Sufi saint of Bihar (1954)",  at  "http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/ahmad-b-16

  • Official Website of Encyclopaedia Iranica  referenced   BIHAR (1989)",  at  "http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/bihar-behar-a-state-in-northeastern-india-bounded-by-nepal-in-the-north-west-bengal-in-the-east-orissa-in-the-south-a

  • Official Website of Encyclopaedia Iranica  referenced   GANJ-E ARŠADĪ",  at  "http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/ganj-arsadi

  • Official Website of Encyclopaedia Iranica  referenced  "New light on Raja Ganesh and Sultan Ibrahim of Jaunpur from contemporary correspondence of two Muslim saints ",  in  "http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/bengal

  • Official Website of "Gyan Niketan" mentioned Professor Askari.

  • Official Website of Khujwa Online mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari ", in "Eminent Personalities"   (http://www.kujhwaonline.in/eminent.php) 

  • Official Website of PatnaBeats published "Bihar’s Syed Hasan Askari, one of the country’s greatest historians and recipient of Padmashree by Syed Ashar Ali", (https://www.patnabeats.com/padmashree-syed-hasan-askari/) 

  • Official Website of Patna University mentioned   "Professor Syed Hasan Askari (Padmashree Award)".  (https://www.patnauniversity.ac.in/awards.html)   

  • Official Website of Sahapedia referenced "Hazrat Abdul Quddus Gangohi by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, 1957, Patna University Journal 11.1-2:1–74", in "Select Bibliography: Sufi Literature in South Asia (https://www.sahapedia.org/select-bibliography-sufi-literature-south-asia)   

  • Official Website of Tipu Sultan referenced "Khutut-i-Tipu Sultan (Manuscript in the possession of Prof. Askari, Patna University, Patna",  (http://www.tipusultan.net/bibi.htm)  

  • Pacific Affairs, Volume 55, University of British Columbia referenced  "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in it's publication, 1982

  • Papiya Ghosh referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar, Collection of two articles, Volume 3 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "Community and Nation: Essays on Identity and Politics in Eastern India", 2008

  • Parma Nanda Sahay referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Historical and Indological Institutions in India: A Brief Survey", 1987

  • Paul Jackson mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari with glowing tributes", in "Sharafuddin Maneri: The Hundred Letters (Classics of Western Spirituality)", 1979

  • Paul Jackson mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari with glowing tributes in his biographical essay “Synchronized Spiritualities”, in "Christian Lives Given to the Study of Islam 1st Edition, by Christian W. Troll (Editor), C.T.R. Hewer (Editor)", 2012

  • Paul Jackson authored "What Askari Sahib meant to me", in "Readings in Indian History, Syed Hasan Askari Centenary Volume",  2001

  • ‎Perween Hasan, Oleg Grabar  referenced "New light on Raja Ganesh and Sultan Ibrahim of Jaunpur from contemporary correspondence of two Muslim saints ", in "Sultans and Mosques: The Early Muslim Architecture of Bangladesh", 2007

  • Peter Gottschalk referenced "Comprehensive History of Bihar, Volume 2 Part 1, edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari., Qeyamuddin Ahmad", in "Beyond Hindu and Muslim: Multiple Identity in Narratives from Village India", 2000

  • Peter Hardy included "Amir Khusrau as a Historian by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Historians Of Medieval India", 1968

  • Proceedings - Indian History Congress, Volume 63  referenced  "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in it's publication dated 2003

  • Proceedings - Indian History Congress, Volume 63 referenced "Tarikh-i Farrukhsiyar va avāʼil-i ʻahd-i Muḥammad Shāh, maʻrūf bih Shāhʻnamah-i munavvar kalām  by Shīv Dās Lakʹhnavī", in it's publication dated 2003

  • Qeyamuddin Ahmed  authored  "Syed Hasan Askari - A Profile",  in  "Readings in Indian History, Syed Hasan Askari Centenary Volume",  2001

  • Qeyamuddin Ahmed  authored  "Writings of Syed Hasan Askari", in "Readings in Indian History, Syed Hasan Askari Centenary Volume",  2001

  • Radhakrishna Choudhary  referenced "New light on Raja Ganesh and Sultan Ibrahim of Jaunpur from contemporary correspondence of two Muslim saints ", in "History of Muslim Rule in Tirhut (An Old and Rare Book), 1970

  • R. S. Sangwan referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Jodhpur and the Later Mughals, AD 1707-1752", 2006

  • Rajat Datta referenced "Zain Khan's Tabaqat-i Baburi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Rethinking a Millennium: Perspectives on Indian History from the Eighth to", 2008

  • Rajiva Nain Prasad  authored  "My Teacher - Prof. S. H. Askari: A Tribute", in "Readings in Indian History, Syed Hasan Askari Centenary Volume",  2001

  • Professor Raziuddin Aquil referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Medieval Bihar: Sultanate & Mughal Period, Collection of ten articles, Volume 4 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Sufism, Culture, and Politics: Afghans and Islam in Medieval North India", 2007

  • Professor Raziuddin Aquil reviewed "Syed Hasan Askari and Qeyamuddin Ahmad, eds, The Comprehensive History of Bihar, Vol. II, Part II, K.P. Jayaswal Research Institute, Patna, 1987", in "Indian Historical Review, 20: 1-2, July 1993 & January 1994, pp. 159-60".

  • Reena Bhaduri referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Social Formation in Medieval Bengal", 2001

  • Riazul Islam referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Sufism in South Asia: Impact on Fourteenth Century Muslim Society", 2002

  • Riaz-ur-Rahman Kidwai referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Biographical sketch of Kidwais of Avadh: with special reference to Barabanki families", 1987

  • Professor Richard M. Eaton referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Rise of Islam and the Bengal Frontier, 1204-1760", 1993

  • Professor Richard M. Eaton referenced "New light on Raja Ganesh and Sultan Ibrahim of Jaunpur from contemporary correspondence of two Muslim saints  by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Rise of Islam and the Bengal Frontier, 1204-1760", 1993

  • Professor Romila Thapar mentioned  "Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Aśoka and the Decline of the Mauryas", 2012

  • Salahuddin Khuda Bukhsh, Sir Jadunath Sarkar, K̲h̲udā Bak̲h̲sh Oriyanṭal Pablik Lāʼibrerī referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Khuda Bakhsh", 1981

  • Shama Mitra Chenoy referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Delhi in Transition, 1821 and Beyond: Mirza Sangin Beg’s Sair-ul Manazil", 2018

  • Shama Mitra Chenoy referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Shahjahanabad: A City of Delhi, 1638-1857", 1998

  • Sher Singh, S. N. Sadhu referenced "Aspects of the Cultural History of Medieval Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Indian Books in Print, Volume 2", 2001

  • Sher Singh, S. N. Sadhu referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Indian Books in Print, Volume 2", 2001

  • Sudha Sharma referenced "Iqbalnama by an anonymous contemporary writer,(translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Status of Muslim Women in Medieval India", 2016

  • Sudha Sharma referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Status of Muslim Women in Medieval India", 2016

  • Sunil Kumar Sen mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari as Sunil's father read History in Patna University under the illustrious tutelage of Professor Askari", in "Tribal Struggle for Freedom: Singhbhum 1820-1858", 2008

  • Professor Surendra Gopal referenced "Comprehensive History of Bihar. Volume 2 Part 1," edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari., Qeyamuddin Ahmad", in "Mapping Bihar: From Medieval to Modern Times", 2017

  • Professor Surendra Gopal referenced Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Mapping Bihar: From Medieval to Modern Times", 2017

  • Syed Ejaz Hussain acknowledged and referenced Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Bengal Sultanate: Politics, Economy and Coins (AD 1205-1576)", 2003

  • Professor Syed Ejaz Hussain referenced "New light on Raja Ganesh and Sultan Ibrahim of Jaunpur from contemporary correspondence of two Muslim saints ", in "Bengal Sultanate: Politics, Economy and Coins (AD 1205-1576)", 2003

  • Professor Syed Ejaz Hussain referenced "The Comprehensive History of Bihar, (vol. II, part I. Patna: K.P. Jayaswal Research Institute) by Professor Syed Hasan and Qeyamuddin Ahmad, ed. 1983", in "Silver Flow and Horse Supply to Sultanate Bengal with special Reference to Trans-Himalayan Trade (13th-16th Centuries) JESHO, 56.2, May 2013, pp. 264-308", 2013

  • Professor Syed Ejaz Hussain referenced ‘Medicines and Hospitals in Muslim India’ by Professor Syed Hasan Askari, PIHC, 20th Session,Bombay, 1957 -(Bombay, 1958)", in "Rise and Decline of Surgery in Indigenous Medicine with Emphasis on Unani-Tibb in "India's Indigenous Medical System: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach", 2015

  • Professor Syed Muhammad Ḥasnain authored an article on "Professor Syed Hasan Askari", as well as compiled his research papers in "Maqālāt-i Sayyid Ḥasan ʻAskarī  - Syed Hasan Askari, Muratab: Syed Muhammad Ḥasnain", 1996

  • Dr. Tahir Hussain Ansari  referenced "The Ujjainiya ancestors of Babu Kunwar Singh by Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in  "Mughal Administration and the Zamindars of Bihar", 2019

  • Prof. Dr. Tanvir Anjum mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari in Introduction section", of "Chishtī Sufis in the Sultanate of Delhi 1190–1400: From Restrained Indifference to Calculated Defiance, 2011

  • Prof. Dr. Tanvir Anjum referenced "Malfuzat: An untapped source of Social History - Ganj-i-Arshadi of the Jaunpur school - A case study by Prof. Askari", in "Chishtī Sufis in the Sultanate of Delhi 1190–1400: From Restrained Indifference to Calculated Defiance, 2011

  • Tasneem Kausar authored "Few memories of Prof. Syed Hasan Askar", in "Readings in Indian History, Syed Hasan Askari Centenary Volume", 2001

  • The Genealogist, Volumes 11-12, The Association referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in it's publication dated 1997

  • The Journal of the Bihar Research Society, Volumes 65-66  referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in it's publication dated 1980

  • The Milli Gazette mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari",  in  "COMMUNITY NEWS: Khuda Bakhsh Hosts Intl. Conference, 16-30 June 2002"  

  • The Panjab Past and Present, Volume 15, Department of Punjab Historical Studies, Punjabi University referenced "Shahnama Munawwar Kalam By Shiv Das Lakhnawi (translated from Persian) by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in it's publication dated 1981

  • The Quarterly Review of Historical Studies, Volume 17 referenced "Fort William India House Correspondence, 1787-1791 edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in it's publication dated 1978

  • The Telegraph India mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari", (https://www.telegraphindia.com/states/jharkhand/state-forgets-first-historian/cid/1628043), 2005

  • Vinayshil Gautam mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Pioneer: A CONSTRUCTIVE NARRATIVE IS NEEDED", 2018

  • Vipul Singh referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Medieval Bihar: Sultanate & Mughal Period, Collection of ten articles, Volume 4 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "The Artisans in 18th Century Eastern India, a History of Survival", 2005

  • Vipul Singh referenced "Comprehensive History of Bihar. Volume 2 Part 2, edited by Professor Syed Hasan Askari., Qeyamuddin Ahmad", in "The Artisans in 18th Century Eastern India, a History of Survival", 2005

  • Vishwanath Prasad Varma authored "Reminiscences of Prof. S. H. Askari", in "Readings in Indian History, Syed Hasan Askari Centenary Volume", 2001

  • Professor Walter Hauser mentioned "Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Obituaries - QEYAMUDDIN AHMAD 1930-1998", 1998

  • Yaseer Arsalan Khan  referenced "Hazrat Ahmad Chirmposh, a 14 th century Sufi Saint of Bihar, Patna University Journal, VIII, 1954 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari" in "CONTRIBUTION OF THE SUFIS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN BIHAR, Thesis submitted to Jawaharlal Nehru University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY", 2010

  • Yaseer Arsalan Khan  referenced "Islam and Bihar,by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "CONTRIBUTION OF THE SUFIS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN BIHAR, Thesis submitted to Jawaharlal Nehru University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY", 2010

  • Yaseer Arsalan Khan mentioned "Islam and Muslims in Medieval Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "CONTRIBUTION OF THE SUFIS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN BIHAR, Thesis submitted to Jawaharlal Nehru University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY",  2010

  • Yaseer Arsalan Khan referenced "S.H. Sharfuddin Yahya Maneri in Bengal Past of Present, Vol. IXVIII, 1994 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.", in "CONTRIBUTION OF THE SUFIS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN BIHAR, Thesis submitted to Jawaharlal Nehru University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY", 2010

  • Yaseer Arsalan Khan  referenced "Sufism and Sufi orders of Bihar and Bengal by Professor Syed Hasan Askari.in Journal of Bihar and Bengal, Vol.xxxiv, ", in "CONTRIBUTION OF THE SUFIS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN BIHAR, Thesis submitted to Jawaharlal Nehru University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY", 2010

  • Yaseer Arsalan Khan referenced "Sufism in Bihar by Professor Syed Hasan Askari., In Journal of Bihar Research Society, Vol 34",  in  "CONTRIBUTION OF THE SUFIS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN BIHAR, Thesis submitted to Jawaharlal Nehru University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY", 2010

  • Yaseer Arsalan Khan mentioned Professor Syed Hasan Askari by stating that "the late Prof. S. H. Askari’s pioneering effort on the study of Sufis of medieval Bihar was a true inspiration for the researcher to choose this topic. His contribution in this field is unparalleled", in "CONTRIBUTION OF THE SUFIS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE IN BIHAR, Thesis submitted to Jawaharlal Nehru University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY", 2010

  • Yogendra Mishra referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - On Awfi's Jawami-ul Hikayat, Volume 5 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "The Hindu Sahis of Afghanistan and the Punjab, A.D. 865-1026: A Phase of Islamic Advance Into India", 1972

  • Ziyaud-Din A. Desai referenced "Collected Works of Prof. S.H. Askari - Medieval Bihar: Sultanate & Mughal Period, Collection of ten articles, Volume 4 by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Malfuz Literature: As a Source of Political, Social & Cultural History of Gujarat & Rajasthan", 1991

  • Ziyaud-Din A. Desai referenced "Maktub & Malfuz Literature As a Source of Socio-Political History by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Malfuz Literature: As a Source of Political, Social & Cultural History of Gujarat & Rajasthan", 1991

Global & Online Resources:

Once can find books and articles authored, compiled, edited, reviewed and translated by Professor Syed Hasan Askari and public and university libraries in addition to bookstores and online portals.    

* USA: Library of Congress
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* UK: University of Oxford
* UK: University of Cambridge
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* GERMANY: Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen, Germany
* GERMANY: Universitätsbibliothek Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany
* GERMANY: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München, Germany
* AUSTRALIA National Library of Australia 
* INDIA: K̲h̲udā Bak̲h̲sh Orienṭal Public Library
* ONLINE: HathiTrust Digital Library 
* ONLINE: Amazon
* ONLINE: Abebooks
* ONLINE: PrintAsia
* ONLINE: Bookfinder
* ONLINE: Addall
* ONLINE: Biblio
* ONLINE: IndianBooks
* ONLINE: Rekhta
* ONLINE: JSTOR
* And many more.....