Advanced Study In The History Of Modern India 1707 1813

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Advanced Study In The History Of Modern India 1707 1813

Author : Jaswant Lal Mehta
ISBN : 1932705546
Genre : History
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An analytical and critical account of the political history of early modern India from 1707 to 1813. The narrative shatters the contention of contemporary European writers that it was 'the dark age' of Indian history, characterised by 'political anarchy and misgovernment', until the British brought it under their sway. The main thesis of the author is that the period was marked by two distinct phases; the first phase, which lasted from 1707 to 1760, saw the rapid disintegration of the Mughal power and its replacement by the Maratha hegemony. Meanwhile, the English traders turned colonialists, after consolidating their hold along the Indian seacoasts and conquest of 'Carnatic' and Bengal, challenged the Maratha hegemony. The second phase of developments was thus marked by the struggle for supremacy between these two powers. The author makes use of contemporary English and Marathi sources and the intensive researches of modern historians to portray a compact picture of their findings in the form of a text book for the benefit of the degree students. Historical facts are reinterpreted through illuminating expositions, refreshing characterisation of historic personalities, and objective assessment of events and movements. Together with maps, a select bibliography, glossary and an elaborate index, the volume makes a rich contribution to the advancement of modern historical literature.
Category: History

Teaching Of History

Author : S. K. Kochhar
ISBN : 8120700252
Genre : History
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Black Taj Mahal

Author : I N Khan (Arshi)
ISBN : 9788192747903
Genre : Architecture
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The book is related to one of the most beautiful architecture of the world; the Taj Mahal. It has been scientifically portrayed in the book that makes it a useful guide for the tourists. The most beautiful architectural creation has been analysed from completely new angle, using the empirical rules prepared by a modern scientist - “The Fifteen Properties of Christopher Alexander”. The book sheds light on an age old story of another mausoleum of black marble that was to be built on the other bank of the river Yamuna. The construction of the Taj Mahal was only half of the original grand scheme conceived by its builder emperor Shahjahan. The historical events towards the end of emperor Shah Jahan’s reign, his dethroning and the conspiracies by his own son are highlighted. The book also covers the history of Mughal dynasty in a narrative manner. It traces the inherited quality of creativity and love for art and architecture of Mughals. The book puts into perspective the need of fulfilling a forgotten dream - the creation of Miniature Black Taj Mahal with ebony (natural black wood).
Category: Architecture

Indian Book Industry

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ISBN : UOM:39015065493606
Genre : Book industries and trade
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Legitimation In A World At Risk

Author : E.L. Desmond
ISBN : 9789811060656
Genre : Social Science
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This book provides a sociological analysis of the controversy surrounding GM crops in Telangana, India. There is much debate as to whether GM technology holds the key to improving the welfare of poor farmers globally or serves primarily to increase the profits of multinational corporations while enhancing cultivator risk. Desmond’s study is located in the economically vulnerable and politically volatile district of Warangal in Telangana, a context associated with high numbers of farmer suicides. Uniquely foregrounding the perspectives of cultivators and the landless, Desmond explores how GM crops are variously legitimated and delegitimated in three Warangal villages by those whose livelihoods are at stake in the debate, but whose voices are rarely heard within it. This book will be significant for those with an interest in GM crops, power and knowledge and their relation to understandings of development, democracy and risk management worldwide.
Category: Social Science

The Formation Of The Colonial State In India

Author : Hayden J. Bellenoit
ISBN : 9781134494293
Genre : Social Science
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In the period between the 1770s and 1840s, through the process of colonial state formation, the early colonial state in India was able to harness and extract vast amounts of agrarian wealth in north India. However, little is known of the histories of the Indian scribes and the role they played in shaping the early patterns of British colonial rule. This book offers a new way of interpreting the colonial state’s origins in north India. It examines how the formation of early agrarian revenue settlements exacerbated an extant late Mughal taxation tradition, and how the success of British power was shaped by this extant paper-oriented revenue culture. It goes on to examine how the service and cultural histories of various Hindu scribal communities fit within broader changes in political administration, taxation, patterns of governance and a shared Indo-Islamic administrative culture. The author argues that British power after the late eighteenth century came as much through bureaucratic mastery, paper and taxes as it did through military force and commercial ruthlessness. The book draws upon private family papers, interviews and Persian sources to demonstrate how the fortunes of scribes changed between empires, and the important role they played at the height of the British Raj by 1900. Offering a detailed account of how agrarian wealth provided the bedrock of the colonial state’s later patterns of administration, this book is a unique and refreshing contribution to studies in South Asian History, Governance and Imperialism.
Category: Social Science

A History Of Archival Practice

Author : Paul Delsalle
ISBN : 9781317187868
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This revised translation of the classic 1998 Une histoire de l’archivistique provides a wide-ranging international survey of developments in archival practices and management, from the ancient world to the present day. The volume has been substantially updated to incorporate recent scholarship and provide additional examples from the English-speaking world. These new additions complement the original text and offer a broad and up-to-date survey, with examples spanning Europe, Africa, Asia and North and South America. The bibliography has also been updated with new material and supplementary English language sources, making it an accessible and up-to-date resource for those working and researching in the field of archives and archival history. This book is an essential reference volume for both archivists and historians, as well as anyone interested in the history of archives.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Losing America Conquering India

Author : Chaim M. Rosenberg
ISBN : 9781476668123
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"On October 19, 1781, British general Charles Lord Cornwallis surrendered his army at Yorktown, ending the Revolutionary War. Emulating Cornwallis's sense of duty to king and country, they vigorously pursued the conquest of India, put down the 1798 Irish Rebellion, defended Canada, defeated the Dutch at the Cape of Good Hope, occupied Ceylon and battled Napoleon"--
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Essays On Art Education In India And Others

Author : BABU NAMBOODIRI K
ISBN : 9781649199713
Genre : Art
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In the writings based on factual incidents, space and time are the relevant factors when describing it in the view of making it into a historical action. Also the background of the writer, the writer’s wisdom on the particular issue describing and the writer’s ability on narration of incidents accurately bound to space and time, his psychological attitude towards the happenings in his surroundings most of the time without his own involvement are certain elements of relevance here. Even though the historical happenings are of unique characteristics, and its nature of existence with similar altitude unchangingly forever, the sincere studious activities towards its objectiveness can establish the real time facts even to the future generations ever after centuries. When we engage in deep studies with curiosity and a special inborn interest towards art, the studious beings get a clear idea of the differences between factual incidences and documented evidences of incidents. These kinds of arrivals at falsely fabricated ideas on the historical scenarios, follows loss of believability on documentations and established versions of incidents. The process of historical development has attracted me because it is propagated to maintain time, space objectivity bound relations towards various objectivities. These are some of the factors that directed and confirmed my arrival at these kinds of creative destinations.
Category: Art

2005

Author : Massimo Mastrogregori
ISBN : 9783598441615
Genre : History
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Die IBOHS verzeichnet jährlich die bedeutendsten Neuerscheinungen geschichtswissenschaftlicher Monographien und Zeitschriftenartikel weltweit, die inhaltlich von der Vor- und Frühgeschichte bis zur jüngsten Vergangenheit reichen. Sie ist damit die derzeit einzige laufende Bibliographie dieser Art, die thematisch, zeitlich und geographisch ein derart breites Spektrum abdeckt. Innerhalb der systematischen Gliederung nach Zeitalter, Region oder historischer Disziplin sind die Werke nach Autorennamen oder charakteristischem Titelhauptwort aufgelistet.
Category: History

India Modernity And The Great Divergence

Author : Kaveh Yazdani
ISBN : 9789004330795
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book examines the reasons behind the Great Divergence. Kaveh Yazdani analyzes India’s socio-economic, techno-scientific, military, political and institutional developments. The focus is on Gujarat between the 17th and early 19th centuries and Mysore during the second half of the 18th century.
Category: Business & Economics

Street Corner Secrets

Author : Svati P Shah
ISBN : 9780822376514
Genre : Social Science
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Street Corner Secrets challenges widespread notions of sex work in India by examining solicitation in three spaces within the city of Mumbai that are seldom placed within the same analytic frame—brothels, streets, and public day-wage labor markets (nakas), where sexual commerce may be solicited discretely alongside other income-generating activities. Focusing on women who migrated to Mumbai from rural, economically underdeveloped areas within India, Svati P. Shah argues that selling sexual services is one of a number of ways women working as laborers may earn a living, demonstrating that sex work, like day labor, is a part of India's vast informal economy. Here, various means of earning—legitimized or stigmatized, legal or illegal—overlap or exist in close proximity to one another, shaping a narrow field of livelihood options that women navigate daily. In the course of this rich ethnography, Shah discusses policing practices, migrants' access to housing and water, the idea of public space, critiques of states and citizenship, and the discursive location of violence within debates on sexual commerce. Throughout, the book analyzes the epistemology of prostitution, and the silences and secrets that constitute the discourse of sexual commerce on Mumbai's streets.
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Private Anti Piracy Navies

Author : John J. Pitney, Jr.
ISBN : 9780739173336
Genre : Social Science
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Private Anti-Piracy Navies assesses the historical context, current state, and future prospects of privatizing maritime security vessels. It places particular emphasis on the economic, legal, and operational dimensions of this growing sector, and addresses issues of key interest to industry, government, and academia.
Category: Social Science

Chhatrapati Shivaji

Author : Jeneet Sorokhaibam
ISBN : 9789382573494
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Imperial Sovereignty And Local Politics

Author : Tripurdaman Singh
ISBN : 9781108497435
Genre : History
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Provides a radical re-orientation of the way we understand the nature of imperial sovereignty in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Category: History

From Little London To Little Bengal

Author : Daniel E. White
ISBN : 9781421411651
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The British Empire in India involved recursive transactions between the global East and West, channeling cultural, political, and religious formations that were simultaneously distinct and shared, local, national, and transnational.
Category: Literary Criticism