6 edition of The Eighteenth Century in Indian History found in the catalog.
October 7, 2005
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||464|
The eighteenth century occupies a special position in Indian history as it is literally positioned between two empires. In recent decades, the century has engaged the attention of historians who have located important social processes in the period that merit as much attention as the decline of the Mughal political structure. M. Athar Ali, The Eighteenth Century: an interpretation, Indian Historical Review, vol. 5, nos. , , pp. society as reflected in the involving musical and architectural style in the wake ofFile Size: KB.
White Mughals is a must for anyone interested in Indian history, particularly the early history of the British Raj. It turns everything one assumes about the exclusive, closed, late Raj Period on its head because it deals with a time when the British were open to Indian civilization, a period that extended from their arrival in India to roughly the late 18th century.5/5(5). This narrative history reads almost like a novel, and effectively weaves the politics of a critical time in Indian history into what is ultimately a well researched love story. And while focusing on one couple, the book gives an expansive look at a phenomenon of Anglo-Indian relations as the phenomenon was dying out and relations between the /5().
Institute on an Amsterdam street and found a book called Indian Science and Technology in the Eighteenth Century on the shelf. I took it down, curious. It was by a person named Dharampal whom I had not heard of before as a person or scholar active in that area of research. I took the book home and devoured it the same Size: 1MB. India -- History -- 18th century. Contents. General assessments of the eighteenth century. The problem of the eighteenth century / Frank Perlin ; Eighteenth century India: another view / Burton Stein ; Recent theories of eighteenth-century India / M. Athar Ali ; The eighteenth century in Indian economic history / .
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The eighteenth-century Indian rulers showed little interest in things Western except in their weapons of war and techniques of military training. Except Tipu, they were content with the ideological apparatus they had inherited from the Mughals and other sixteenth-and seventeenth-century rulers.
The eighteenth century was thus depicted as marking a drastic change in the course of Indian history. However, the overall consensus of the book remains that of an evolutionary pattern of change.
The Telegraph this volume is a commendable attempt to bring out essential aspects [of eighteenth century] --The Statesman useful compilation of the material on the political and economic history of India in the eighteenth century --The Book ReviewThe eighteenth century the era of the fall of the Mughals, the rise of regional successor.
J. van Leur may have been surprised by the resilience of the eighteenth century as a category in Indian (more often now styled South Asian) history.
In truth, van Leur's strong aversion to the idea of an eighteenth century in Asia, which grew mainly out of his expertise in Indonesian history, always seemed odd from a South Asian perspective. The eighteenth century in India was an important period of transition and remains the subject of continuing debate among scholars of late medieval and modern Indian history/5.
The Eighteenth Century in Indian History by Prof. Marshall,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). A Free Though Conquering People: Britain and Asia in the Eighteenth Century, An inaugural lecture in the Rhodes Chair of Imperial History delivered at King's College, London, Marshall, P.
Bengal: The British Bridgehead, Eastern India, –Author: Robert Travers. OUP India, - History The Eighteenth Century in Indian History book pages 1 Review Part of the prestigious Debates in Indian History and Society series, this volume presents the key argument of the debates, along with a selection of writings that made pioneering interventions in the study of the 18th century in Indian history.4/5(1).
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ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the Social Condition of Women in India during Eighteenth Century: 1. Women in the Society 2. Purdah 3. Infanticide 4. Child Marriage. Women in the Society: The condition of the women in the society was far from satisfactory.
Although the Muslim laws provided women rights to property [ ]. TOPIC: Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present- significant events, personalities, issues.
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Part of the prestigious Debates in Indian History and Society series, this volume presents the key argument of the debates, along with a selection of writings that made pioneering interventions in the study of the 18th century in Indian history.
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Marshall. This book presents, in a single volume, a selection of the most important interpretations in current times, exploring and reassessing the nature and pace of change in India in the eighteenth century. A distinguished roster of contributors and a comprehensive collection of essays makes this book a must-read for historians, political analysts, students and non-specialist readers interested in.
Get this from a library. The eighteenth century in Indian history: evolution or revolution?. [P J Marshall;] -- "The eighteenth century-the era of the fall of the Mughals, the rise of regional successor states, and the beginnings of British domination-has been a topic of intense academic debate.
Can these. The Artisans in Eighteenth-Century Eastern India is the product of Vipul Singh’s master’s thesis (MPhil) at Delhi University in Singh is a Lecturer of Medieval History at Motilal Nehru College (University of Delhi).
His doctoral and later research has focused on topics related to the ecological history of eighteenth-century northern. The Set Of Historical Essays In This Book Challenge Many Cherished Assumptions About The Century Between The Mughal Empire And The British Colonial Period.
9 Essays Cover - Scarf And Sword: Thugs, Marauders, And State-Formation In Eighteenth-Century Malwa - The Slow Conquest: Administrative Integration Of Malwa Into The Maratha Empire, - Legitimacy And Loyalty In Some Successor. While the book mainly focuses on the tragic romance between James Achilles Kirkpatrick and Khair Un Nissa, the former being a White Mughal (a European adapted to Indian culture) the book does provide, at least in its opening paragraph, a panorama of Europeans who "went native" and adapted to Indian ways, converting mainly to Islam, though in a /5(90).
But, as Travers notes, the fact that Britons described their actions as if they accorded with the political traditions of India’s past ‘blurs the edges between the categories of “British” and “indigenous” politics in the eighteenth century’.
Travers’s book seriously complicates arguments about the extent to which the transition.- Buy The Eighteenth Century In India (Debates in Indian History) book online at best prices in India on Read The Eighteenth Century In India (Debates in Indian History) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5(6).
Though much of this book has appeared elsewhere as journal articles, the book’s through discussion of the development of sexual culture in the eighteenth century, which uses a diverse and international variety of textual sources, makes it a useful primer Author: Jill Dye, Danni Glover, Robert Scott, James Harriman-Smith.