8 edition of Kingship and Colonialism in India"s Deccan found in the catalog.
January 9, 2007
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
The book deftly explores the complex and fascinating exchange of ideas that shaped and reshaped the many conceptualizations of kingship and sovereignty in colonial India. Even though the primary focus of the book is colonial and post-colonial India, greater engagement with pre-colonial conceptualizations would have been useful as it would have Author: Salil Misra. India as post-colonial country is of growing concern in the world due to several criteria such as its economic development and others despite the fact that it was colonized around two File Size: 1MB.
colonial rule meant to those who lived in the countryside. You will meet the zamindars of Bengal, travel to the Rajmahal hills where the Paharias and the Santhals lived, and then move west to the Deccan. You will look at the way the English East India Company (E.I.C.) established its raj in File Size: KB. The Vedic period is named after the Indo-Aryan culture of north-west India, although other parts of India had a distinct cultural identity during this period. The Vedic culture is described in the texts of Vedas, still sacred to Hindus, which were orally composed in Vedic Vedas are some of the oldest extant texts in India. The Vedic period, lasting from about to BCE.
Sacred kingship, religious and political concept by which a ruler is seen as an incarnation, manifestation, mediator, or agent of the sacred or holy (the transcendent or supernatural realm). The concept originated in prehistoric times, but it continues to exert a recognizable influence in the modern world. At one time, when religion was totally connected with the whole existence of the. Indian Sufism since the seventeenth century: Saints, books and empires in the Muslim deccan Article January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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