ISBN: 9788189643027, 8189643029
ISBN: 9780195679298, 0195679296
The essays in this volume revisit the city of Mumbai and the many facets of its political life from the 1880s and 2000s. They trace the metamorphosis of Mumbai from a colonial port city under foreign rule into a metropolis and the prime commercial centre in independent India.
ISBN: 9780199464791, 0199464790
The book offers a close-up view of the city's underbelly by drawing on a range of non-archival sources-from illustrations and amateur photographs to street songs, local histories, and memoirs-which show that Calcutta was not just a `problem' to be disciplined and governed, as the colonialists would have us believe.
ISBN: 9788180280238, 8180280233
This book focuses on the period which transformed Andrews into a significant player in modern Indian history. He first came to India in 1904 and was a close associate of Mahatma Gandhi.
ISBN: 9780195661286, 0195661281
This is the first major study of European attitudes towards India's climate and their bearing on imperial expansion. Drawing on a wide range of sources, including the accounts of European travellers and a large number of scientific and medical treatises, it makes an original contribution to the environmental and medical history of South Asia.
ISBN: 9788132103103, 8132103106
Rai, Lala Lajpat
ISBN: 9788173047930, 8173047936
Lala Lajpat Rai was one of the outstanding leaders of modern India and a freedom fighter. This volume covers the closing months of 1924 and the whole of 1925, during which, Lajpat Rai was disturbed by the growing rift between Hindus and Muslims.
Rai, Lala Lajpat
ISBN: 9788173047152, 8173047154
Covers the period February 1920, when Lajpat Rai has just returned to India after spending nearly six years abroad, and covers the next 10 months.
ISBN: 9789382277187, 9382277188
ISBN: 9788125032373, 8125032371
This is an original story about the coming of `modernity in Bombay city in the early twentieth century. It book offers fresh and stimulalting insights into the multi-layered relationships between modernity, colonialism, and the production of urban sapce.
Reddy, G. Samba Siva
ISBN: 9789351710691, 9351710696
This book is an attempt to elucidate vividly, the unrest, voice and resistance of Kadapa distict in Andhra Pradesh in South India.
ISBN: 9780521190787, 0521190789
Describes and examines the lesser-known history of white violence in colonial India.
Kumar, Thangellapali Vijay
ISBN: 9789350981993, 9350981998
ISBN: 9789384092016, 9384092010
The aim in this work is to address, through historical narrativization of some specific moments of colonial state building, the question: What, in theory, are the historical specificities of the 'colonial' state as distinct from other state forms?
Rao, Ramakrishna K.
ISBN: 9788124609330, 8124609330
The book is an outcome of Prof. Rao's work as a National Fellow of Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), attempts to define and elucidate this syndrome and its ill effects on the modern Indian mindset, and suggests means to contain and overcome it.
Cohn, Bernard S
ISBN: 9780195659702, 0195659708
The essays in this volume are a multifaceted exploration of the ways in which the British discovery, collection, and codification of information about Indian society contributed to colonial cultural hegemony and political control.
ISBN: 9788193418888, 8193418883
A study of various aspects of colonialism and politics in India in proper historical perspective.
ISBN: 9781138666702, 113866670X
This volume critically explores how Northeast India, especially Manipuri society, responded to colonial rule. It studies the interplay between colonialism and resistance to provide an alternative understanding of colonialism on the one hand and society and state formation on the other.
ISBN: 9780195681536, 0195681533
Building upon four decades of serious research, this unique collection discusses different forms of resistance to colonialism and their role in the formation of alternative modernity. It also provides an engaging account of the development of political and cultural consciousness in the subcontinent.
ISBN: 9788173046193, 8173046190
This book highlights the relationship between the processes of modernization and social change in the colonial situation in north-western India.
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