ISBN: 9781526618504, 1526618508
This book tells the remarkable story of how one of the world's most magnificent empires disintegrated and came to be replaced by a dangerously unregulated private company, based thousands of miles overseas and answerable only to its shareholders. In his most ambitious and riveting book to date, William Dalrymple tells the story of the East India Company as it has never been told before, unfoldi...
Datt, Divya et al
ISBN: 9788179932841, 8179932842
The present study picks up the thread from 1997, examining environmental trends in the last decade, isolating underlying priority issues, and identifying strategies that are needed to prevent or ameliorate environmental damage.
ISBN: 9788178241692, 8178241692
Using a wide range of oral and archival sources as well as popular literature, the author reconstructs working class lives, exploring their everyday worlds at the workplace and within community life outside, as well as their moments of conflict and struggle.
ISBN: 9789840516667, 9840516663
The author analysis the struggle of the Bengalis' with Pakistan government's policies on economic issues that led to the birth of Bangladesh.
Subramanyam Raju, Adluri et al.
ISBN: 9788173046902, 8173046905
ISBN: 9789350980118, 9350980118
This volume provides a thorough investigation into the dynamics of the maritime trade conducted on the Malabar Coast and the role of the Portuguese in it. It brings out several hitherto lesser known details about the part played by the Indian as well as foreign merchants.
ISBN: 9788178241883, 8178241889
Bagchi, Amiya Kumar (ed.)
ISBN: 9788185229645, 8185229643
The papers presented in this volume arise out of the session on money, banking and finance, organized under the auspices of the Indian History Congress, Kolkata, 2000.
Biswas, Anirban (b.1952)
ISBN: 9788189833206, 8189833200
This book is a study of the pre-colonial and transitional phase of India's monetary and commercial history, with special reference to Bengal, and brings into focus the change that were brought about by the colonial rule.;
ISBN: 9789380607092, 9380607091
Viewing the waterscapes as conduits of much economic and cultural sharing between people and lands, the focus of this book is on the oceans and seas the Indian, the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans and the Mediterranean Sea and economic, military and cultural transmissions within and across them.
ISBN: 9788188789726, 8188789720
This book is a study of commercial relations between north India, the Uzbek Khanate of Bukhara and Russia between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries.
ISBN: 9788171889303, 8171889301
The book describes the circumstances under which the Cadre that advises and shapes economic policy under the Ministry of Finance was born, the conrtibutions it has made, the challenges it has faced and the path ahead.
Behal, Rana P
ISBN: 9789382381433, 9382381430
This book presents a hundred-year history of tea plantations in the Assam (Brahmaputra) Valley during British colonial rule in India. It explores a world where more than two million migrant labourers worked under conditions of indentured servitude in these tea plantations, producing tea for an increasingly profitable global market.
ISBN: 9788131716885, 8131716880
...Civilization, Vol.VIII Part 2 / Gen. Ed.: D.P. Chattopadhyaya.
Mukherjee, Rila (ed.)
ISBN: 9789380607207, 9380607202
Concentrating on commodity and currency flows, travel, trade, routes and interactive networks, this book visualizes the cultural space of the northern Bay of Bangal as embracing upland landlocked areas- Ava, Yunnan, the Tripuri, Dimasa and Ahom states- not usually seen as part of maritime history. This book suggests that they too were a part of the social and commercial networks of the Indian O...
....worship of Juggernaut at the great temple in Orissa.
ISBN: 9788173044199, 8173044198
The book deals with the period of transition in the Indian economy from pre-colonial to colonial times.;;
ISBN: 9788173044069, 8173044066
Rorabacher, J. Albert
ISBN: 9789350980743, 9350980746
ISBN: 9780199460854, 019946085X
India's maritime contact with eastern Mediterranean and classical Rome (c. 1st century BCE-3rd century CE) has often been celebrated as `Indo-Roman trade'-a prominent theme in Indian historiography. The author critically rethinks this exchange relation-he argues that the expression `Indo-Roman trade', when examined in the light of extant source material and theoretical insights, is a misnomer.
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