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The development of imperial Gupta Brahmi script, ed. by T.P. Verma, foreword by A.K. Narain
Srivastava, Anupama
1998, N

the text contains the background tracing the development stages of brahmi script from the time of asoka: inscriptions from, north indian style: kausambi region; eastern indian style: region of bengal and bihar; western style: mathura region: malwa style: madhya bharata; and also script on coins and numerals.
Punjab and Awadh-1857-1887: ideology, the rural power structure and imperial rule
Chattopadhyay, Chhanda
1999, Hardcover

the myth of colonial ideologies and theories of governance are reduced to total insignificance when examined against the background of the challenges the british policy makers had to confront with in these two provinces.
Climates and constitutions: health, race, environment and British imperialism in India 1600-1850
Harrison, Mark
1999, Hardcover

the book elucidates the origins of british medical intervention in india and the patterns of life and thought which became distinctive features of the raj.
Imperial Gorkha: an account of Gorkhali rule in Kumaun(1791-1815)
Regmi, Mahesh Chandra (b.1929)
1999, N
The imperial monetary system of Mughal India
Richards, John F (ed.)
2000, Paperback

the most comprehensive study of the mughal monetary system since hodivala\'s work on mughal numismatics.
Gold coins of imperial Kushanas and their successors in Bharat Kala Bhavan
Sharma, Savita
1999, Hardcover
Imperialism, the highest stage of capitalism: a popular outline, introd. by Prabhat Patnaik
Lenin, VI
2000, Hardcover
Reversing the gaze: Amar Singh's diary, a colonial subject's narrative of imperial India, ed. and comm. by Susanne Hoeber Rudolph et al
2000, Hardcover

these selections, from the years 1898 to 1905, aare the work of the young amar singh. he records his sense of discovery and surprise at diverse sites: the jodhpur court, the women\'s quarters of the jaipur haveli, lord curzon\'s imperial cadet corps, the british expeditionary force in china.
Defying death: struggles against imperialism and feudalism
Gupta, Maya et al.
2001, Hardcover

the essays in this volume discuss the vellore mutiny, the chittagong uprising, the non-cooperation movement and the militants of bengal, gandhi\'s attitude to the execution of bhagat singh, the telengana and kakdwip risings, among others. the essays also underline the fact that the fight against colonial oppression and exploitation was inextricable linked to the struggle agains ...
Mughal art and imperial ideology: collected essays
Koch, Ebba
2001, Hardcover

the eleven studies in this book offer a fresh and unique interpretation of mughal art and architecture and its heterogeneous sources--central asian timurid, indian, persian, and european--fused creatively to express an imperial ideology of universal aspirations.
State, society and culture of Orissa under the imperial Gangas (1112 A.D. - 1435 A.D.)
Jena, Fakir Charan
2001, Hardcover

a well documented work dealing in the history of medieval orissa on which there are not many works so far.
Reversing the gaze: Amar Singh's diary: a colonial subject's narrative of Imperial India, ed. and comm. by Susanne Hoeber Rudolph et al
2001, Paperback
Imperial gazetteer of India, provincial series: Andaman andNicobar islands, Calcutta, 1909
1994, Hardcover
Imperial encounters: religion and modernity in India and Britain
Veer, Peter van der
2006, Paperback

contents: (i) secularity and religion. (ii) the moral state: religion, nation, and empire. (iii) the spirits of the age: spiritualism and political radicalism. (iv) moral muscle: masculinity and its religious uses. (v) monumental texts: orientalism and the critical edition of india\'s national heritage. (vi) aryan origins.
The partition omnibus: (1) Prelude to partition: the Indian Muslims and the imperial system of control 1920-1932, by David Page; (2) The origins of the partition of India 1936-1947, ..
2002, Hardcover

by anita inder singh; (3) divide and quit, by penderel moon et al.; and (4) stern reckoning: a survey of the events leading up to and following the partition of india, by g.d. khoshla; with an introd. by mushirul hasan brings together, for the first time, four authoritative readings on the genesis and development of the idea of partition, its inevitability, the upheaval that fo ...
Imperialism and the British labour movement, 1914-1964
Gupta, Partha Sarathi (1934-1999)
2002, Hardcover
Climates and constitutions: health, race, environment and British imperialism in India (1600-1850)
Harrison, Mark
2002, Paperback

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.
Imperialism, nationalism and the making of the Indian Capitalist Class, 1920-1947
Mukherjee, Aditya
2002, Hardcover

this pioneering book analyzes the evolution of indian capitalists as a mature, politically conscious, all india class, and simultaneously provides a comprehensive economic history of colonial india in the first half of the twentieth century.
Imperial mappings: in savage spaces: Baluchistan and British India
Dutta, Simanti (b.1950)
2002, Hardcover
The royal temple of Rajaraja: an instrument of Imperial Cola power
Vasudevan, Geeta
2003, Hardcover

the rajarajesvaram (brihadisvara), the royal temple of the cola monarch rajaraja i, was the greatest monumental undertaking of the colas. the inscriptions on its walls are a veritable registry of the administrative details. the author has under taken an indepth analysis of these inscriptions and examined the pivotal role of the royal temple in the economic, social, religious an ...
Imperial Delhi: the British capital of the Indian empire
Volwahsen, Andreas
2002, Hardcover

the author discusses the importance of new delhi\'s architecture and provides a fascinating account of the making of a city: contentious debates and cultural considerations, inspired design and the painstaking construction, and finally the ways in which new delhi has evolved into a modern city.
The raj syndrome: a study in imperial perceptions
Chakravarty, Suhash
2003, Hardcover

the book attempts to capture the broad parameters and intricate detours of imperial perceptions of india especially since the over-confident days of the adolescent raj in the mid-seventies of the nineteenth century.
Historiography of India's partition: an analysis of imperialist writings
Pandey, Biswas Mohan
2003, Hardcover

an attempt has been made in this book to examine the writings of the oxbridge scholars who have based their studies on different assumptions and have tried to cover various issues related to the partition of india.
From imperialism to fascism: why Hitler's India was to beRussia, foreword by Subrata Mukherjee
2003, Hardcover
Iraq-2003: the return of imperialism
Imam, Zafar
2004, Hardcover
Iraq, Afghanistan and the imperialism of our time
Ahmad, Aijaz
2004, Hardcover
The politics of imperialism and counterstrategies
Chandra, Pratyush et al. (ed.)
2004, Hardcover

collection of papers in diverse marxist traditions in pursuit to understand the ongoing political conflicts around the globe.
Splendours of imperial India: British architecture in the 18th and 19th centuries
Volwahsen, Andreas
2004, Hardcover

this volume focuses on india\'s towns and cities, particularly calcutta, bombay and madras, providing several hundred illustrations, sketches and photographs of the many impressive buildings and ruins that can still be seen in india today. andreas volwahsen\'s informative commentaries highlight the considerable impact of these magnificent structures while offering insight into ...
The story of Islamic imperialism in India
Goel, Sita Ram (1921-2003)
2015, Paperback
The Inscriptions of imperial paramaras
Mittal, AC (ed.)
1979, Hardcover