ISBN: 9789386906380, 9386906384
In this historical account with a personal flavour, Indira Iyengar, the daughter of Magdaline Bourbon, records her mother's memories, traces the fascinating history of the Bourbons of Bhopal and reminds us of life in a romantic and swashbuckling time.
ISBN: 9788178241623, 8178241625
Malhotra, Rajiv et al.
ISBN: 9788191067378, 8191067374
This book focuses on the third: the role of the US and European churches, academics, think-tanks, foundations, governments and human rights groups in fostering separation of the identities of Dravidian and Dalit communities from the rest of India. The book is the result of five years of research, and uses information obtained in the West about foreign funding of these India-based activites.
Kiernan, Thomas Patrick
ISBN: 9788185861388, 8185861382
A collection of photographs taken by the author, begining in the 1990s. These photographs serve as a `mirror' that motivates people to preserve what is original and moving in this city and also as `historical documentation' of what was once a most fascinating center of the east.
Chakraborty, Bidisha et al
ISBN: 9789381523810, 9381523819
This book devels into several archival sources and unearths not just the grandeur of such an ambitious undertaking but also the meticulous planning that went with it. Through rare photographs, plans, blueprints, and other documentary evidence we get a glimpse of Calcutta as the British wanted the city to be.
Sapru, S (b.1940)
ISBN: 9788186921333, 8186921338
This book describes the life and times of Kashmiri pandits, their customs and traditions and then march from medieval times to the modern age etc.
ISBN: 9788125034308, 8125034307
ISBN: 9789993343585, 9993343587
The Muluki Ain of 1854, is a document of great historical, legal and cultural interest for scholars on Nepal. The book throws light on the structure of the macro-Nepali society of 19th century Vintage, its legacy running down to our own times.
Banerjee-Dube, Ishita (ed.)
ISBN: 9780195689365, 0195689364
Sarkar, Sumit et al (ed.)
ISBN: 9788178243696, 8178243695
Caste is the key category in contemporary Indian social thinking. Discussed and analysed by historians, sociologists, and political scientists, it has produced scholarly explorations and polemical controversies in equal measure.
ISBN: 9788178242866, 8178242869
This volume offers a sustained and probing analysis of the modern history of caste in Western India, connecting issues of gender, personhood, property, and politics to facts of oppression and inequality.
ISBN: 9788173043345, 8173043345
The work provides a critique of the current theories of caste system which locate its essence in endogamy and argues that the present morphology of caste is the result of the changes the institution has undergone over centuries of its existence, but its origins are embedded in the ecology of the Vedic cattle-keepers.
Adarkar, Neera (ed.)
ISBN: 9788188861149, 8188861146
In this book authors have tried to trace the past, present and future of the city, as told through and within the chawl.
ISBN: 9788175365155, 8175365153
This book contains historical and biographical notices of the principal chiefs and families of note in the Punjab, forming the Lahore and Rawalpindi division, furnishing details about the roles they played in the political history of Punjab from the closing decades of the 18th cent. to the establishment of the Sikh monarchy.
ISBN: 9788182901322, 8182901324
The Chitpavans were the vangaurds of the radical, conservative, traditional and reformist social and political movements of Maharashtra.
ISBN: 9788132113485, 8132113489
ISBN: 9788178241869, 8178241862
The author scrutinizes approximately thirty films since 1950 and demonastrates how concepts of the nation form the center of this cinema's moral universe.
ISBN: 9789382277200, 938227720X
In this arresting new biography, the author writes with a mixture of passion and great elegance about his beloved Bombay-giving us a very deep understanding and appreciation of one of the world's most iconic cities.
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