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Shyamji Krishnavarma

Author : Harald Fischer-Tiné
ISBN : 9781317562498
Genre : History
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This book is the first critical biography on Shyamji Krishnavarma — scholar, journalist and national revolutionary who lived in exile outside India from 1897 to 1930. His ideas were crucial in the creation of an extremist wing of anti-imperial nationalism. The work delves into a fascinating range of issues such as colonialism and knowledge, political violence, cosmopolitanism, and diaspora. Lucidly written, and with an insightful analysis of Krishnavarma’s life and times, this will greatly interest scholars and researchers of modern Indian history, politics, the nationalist movement, as well as the informed lay reader.
Category: History

Shyamji Krishna Varma The Unknown Patriot

Author : Dr Ganesh Lal Varma
ISBN : 9788123022925
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This book is a biography of the great scholar and reformer patriot Shyamji Krishna Verma.
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Shyamaji Krishnavarma

Author : Indulal Kanaiyalal Yajnik
ISBN : UOM:39015065567433
Genre : India
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Category: India

Colonial Exchanges

Author : Burke Hendrix
ISBN : 9781526105660
Genre : Philosophy
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Recent scholarship in political thought has closely examined the relationship between European political ideas and colonialism, particularly the ways in which canonical thinkers supported or opposed colonial practices. But little attention has been given to the engagement of colonized political and intellectual actors with European ideas. The essays in this volume demonstrate that a full reckoning of colonialism’s effects requires attention to the ways in which colonized intellectuals reacted to, adopted, and transformed these ideas, and to the political projects that their reactions helped to shape. Across nine chapters, a mix of political theorists and intellectual historians grapple with specific thinkers and contexts to show in detail the unpredictable, complex and sometimes paradoxical impact of European ideas in an array of colonial settings.
Category: Philosophy

Shyamji Krishnavarma

Author : Harald Fischer-Tiné
ISBN : 131756247X
Genre : Nationalists
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Category: Nationalists

The Foreign Political Press In Nineteenth Century London

Author : Constance Bantman
ISBN : 9781474258517
Genre : History
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In a period of turmoil when European and international politics were in constant reshaping, immigrants and political exiles living in London set up periodicals which contributed actively to national and international political debates. Reflecting an interdisciplinary and international discussion, this book offers a rare long-term specialist perspective into the cosmopolitan and multilingual world of the foreign political press in London, with an emphasis on periodicals published in European languages. It furthers current research into political exile, the role of print culture and personal networks as intercultural agents and the dynamics of transnational political and cultural exchange in global capitals. Individual chapters deal with Brazilian, French, German, Indian, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Spanish American, and Russian periodicals. Overarching themes include a historical survey of foreign political groups present in London throughout the long 19th century and the causes and movements they championed; analyses of the press in local and transnational contexts; and a focus on its actors and on the material conditions in which this press was created and disseminated. The Foreign Political Press in Nineteenth-Century London is a useful volume for students and academics with an interest in 19th-century politics or the history of the press.
Category: History

South Asian Resistances In Britain 1858 1947

Author : Sumita Mukherjee
ISBN : 9781441155146
Genre : History
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This volume offers an alternative way of conceiving the history of Britain by excavating and exploring the numerous ways in which South Asians in Britain engaged in radical discourse and political activism from 1858 to 1947, before their more permanent migration and settlement. The book focuses on a tumultuous period of resistance against the backdrop of high imperialism under the reign of Victoria, through the turmoil of two World Wars and Partition in 1947. As well as addressing resistances against empire and hierarchies of race, the authors investigate how South Asians in Britain mobilized to campaign for women's suffrage (the Indian princess Sophia Duleep Singh), for example, or for an international socialism (the Communist MP Shapurji Saklatvala), thereby contributing to and complicating notions of freedom, equality and justice. This volume reframes these pioneers as social and political agents and activists and shows how Britain's contemporary multicultural society is rooted in their mobilization for equality of citizenship.
Category: History

Madam Bhikaiji Rustum Cama

Author : Sri Babu Krishnamurthy
ISBN : 9788128017797
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Bhikhaiji Rustom Cama was born Bhikai Sorab Patel on 24 September 1861 in Bombay (now Mumbai) into a large, well-off Parsi family. Her parents, Sorabji Framji Patel and Jaijibai Sorabji Patel, were well known in the city, where her father Sorabji–a lawyer by training and a merchant by profession–was an influential member of the Parsi community. Like many Parsi girls of the time, Bhikhaiji attended Alexandra Native Girl's English Institution. Bhikhaiji was by all accounts a diligent, disciplined child with a flair for languages.
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Old Diary Leaves 1878 83

Author : Henry Steel Olcott
ISBN : 9781108072908
Genre : History
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Olcott chronicles his and Madame Blavatsky's stay in India from 1878 to 1883 on behalf of the Theosophical Society.
Category: History

Madame Cama

Author : M.S.Narasimha Murthy
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Spiritual and Inspirational Biography.
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Gandhi In His Time And Ours

Author : David Hardiman
ISBN : 1850657114
Genre : India
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Gandhi was the creator of a radical style of politics that has proved effective in fighting insidious social divisions within India and elsewhere in the world. How did this new form of politics come about? David Hardiman shows that it was based on a larger vision of an alternative society, one that emphasized mutual respect, resistance to exploitation, nonviolence, and ecological harmony.
Category: India

The Bhagvadgita

Author : Mahatma Gandhi
ISBN : 8122200079
Genre : Bhagavadgītā
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Gandhi's interpretation of greatest Indian philosophical work.
Category: Bhagavadgītā

Connecting Cultures

Author : Emma Bainbridge
ISBN : 9781317997252
Genre : Social Science
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This lively and incisive collection of essays from an international group of scholars explores the interactions between cultures originating in Africa, India, the Caribbean, and Europe. Those interactions have been both destructive and richly productive, and the consequences continue to 'trouble the living stream' today. Several of the essays focus on the continuing reverberations of political and cultural conflicts in post-Apartheid Southern Africa, including the presence in Britain of Zimbabwean asylum seekers. Other authors discuss the ways in which Indian culture has transformed novelistic and cinematic forms. A third group of essays examines the attempts of West Indian women writers to reclaim their territory and describe it in their own terms. The collection as a whole is framed by essays which deal with discourses of 'terror' and 'terrorism' and how we translate and read them in the wake of 9/11. This book was previously published as a special issue of Third World Quarterly.
Category: Social Science