Studying Early India

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Studying Early India

Author : Brajadulal Chattopadhyaya
ISBN : 9781843311324
Genre : History
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A focal study of the methodological changes that confront historians of pre-colonial India.
Category: History

Early India

Author : Romila Thapar
ISBN : UOM:39015058098180
Genre : History
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Table of contents
Category: History

Early Medieval Indian Society Pb

Author : R.S. Sharma
ISBN : 8125025235
Genre : INDIA, ANCIENT
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The book analyses the transition from the ancient to the medieval period in polity, economy, the caste system and culture. It examines the form of peasant protest and the reasons for their failure and infrequency. The author also examines the development of tantrism and the mentality that feudalism created.
Category: INDIA, ANCIENT

Trade In Early India

Author : Ranabir Chakravarti
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025959599
Genre : Business & Economics
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This collection of fifteen essays underlines the significance of trade in the economic, political, and cultural life of traditional India, without dissociating it from the overall agrarian economy. Spanning the third millennium BC to 1300 AD, the book includes work from leading historians of early India and draws on new approaches to the study of trade and its links to social and political issues.
Category: Business & Economics

Early Coins Of North India

Author : Shatrughna Sharan Singh
ISBN : UCAL:B3896056
Genre : Coins, Indic
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Category: Coins, Indic

Early Marriages In India

Author : Ram Babu Bhagat
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025769477
Genre : Child marriage
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Study examines a century's (1891-1991) change in female's marriage age in different states of India.
Category: Child marriage

The Concept Of Bharatavarsha And Other Essays

Author : B. D. Chattopadhyaya
ISBN : 9781438471761
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This exploration of key terms related to social and political order, found in early Indian texts, challenges the idea of a unified ancient India and a unified national identity at that time. This collection explores what may be called the idea of India in ancient times. Its undeclared objective is to identify key concepts which show early Indian civilization as distinct and differently oriented from other formations. The essays focus on ancient Indian texts within a variety of genres. They identify certain key terms—such as janapada, desa, varṇa, dharma, bhāva—in their empirical contexts to suggest that neither the ideas embedded in these terms nor the idea of Bharatavarsha as a whole are “given entities,” but that they evolved historically. Professor Chattopadhyaya examines these texts to unveil historical processes. Without denying comparative history, he stresses that the internal dynamics of a society are best decoded via its own texts. His approach bears very effectively on understanding ongoing interactions between India’s “Great Tradition” and “Little Traditions.” As a whole, this book is critical of the notion of overarching Indian unity in the ancient period. It punctures the retrospective thrust of hegemonic nationalism as an ideology that has obscured the diverse textures of Indian civilization. Renowned for his scholarship on the ancient Indian past, Professor Chattopadhyaya’s latest collection only consolidates his high international reputation.
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Mathur

Author : Vijaya Laxmi Singh
ISBN : UOM:39015064773412
Genre : Cities and towns, Ancient
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Category: Cities and towns, Ancient

Proceedings

Author : Indian History Congress
ISBN : UOM:39015081503180
Genre : History
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Category: History

Interrogating History

Author : Hermann Kulke
ISBN : UOM:39015063146107
Genre : Historians
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This Felicitation Volume Concentrates Mainly On Herman Kulke`S Contributions On Indian History And Orissa In Particular. The Study Is Divided In Three Parts: Ways Of Questioning: Historians And Historiography, Issues In South And South-East Asian History, Politics Of Identity And Culture. Contributors Include Bhairabi Prasad Sahu, Dietmar Rothermund, Snigdha Tripathy, Ranabir Chakravarti, Upendra Singh, Ishita-Banerjee Dubey, Yaaminey Mubai, Biswamoy Pati, Georg Pfeffer, G.C. Tripathi Among Many Others.
Category: Historians

India S Worlds And U S Scholars 1947 1997

Author : Joseph W. Elder
ISBN : 8173042357
Genre : India
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Contributed articles on history of the study of India in the United States and contributions of the study of India to various academic disciplines.
Category: India

Exploring Early India

Author : Ranabir Chakravarti
ISBN : 9384082678
Genre : History
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This third edition of Exploring Early India up to c. AD 1300 offers a broad overview and connected narrative of early Indian history, taking into consideration major historical developments from the earliest times to c. AD 1300. Salient features of political, socio-economic and cultural history have been discussed elaborately, and regional diversities in early Indian history have been commented upon, keeping in sight the commonalties at the subcontinental level. Rich in empirical details and containing relevant illustrations and maps, the book delves into the historiographical thrusts and shifts in the study of early India and is marked by attempts to demonstrate elements of change in early Indian history beyond dynastic shifts. It also offers critical readings of diverse primary sources from the fields of archaeology, epigraphy, numismatics and art-history, and the various congruent, and contesting, images of the past which they generate. This book also includes two new appendices respectively on the Kushana political history and the seafaring to the island of Socotra in the light of recently discovered epigraphic data.
Category: History

The Muslims Of India

Author : Paul Jackson
ISBN : UOM:39015020788512
Genre : Islam
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Category: Islam