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Muslim kingship in India
Singh, Nagendra K (ed.)
1999, Hardcover
Kingship in Indian history
Karashima, Noboru (ed.)
2004, Paperback

the main thrust of the study seems to revive a.m. hocart, who placed the king at the pinnacle of society in terms of the gift-giving and receiving system, by criticising louis dumont for his subordinating the king to brahmins in terms of the pure/impure opposition.
An abode of the goddess: kingship, caste and sacrificial organization in a Bengal village
Togawa, Masahiko
2006, Hardcover

based on the field survey, this book is about a village society in bengal and its relationship with hindu kingship on the ritual organization of an old temple. the analysis reveals the strong polity over ordinary life in the rural society.
Hindu kingship and polity in precolonial India
2006, Hardcover

through the analysis of eighteenth and early nineteenth century texts on the hindu kingdom of kota in rajasthan, norbert peabody explores the ways in which historical consciousness, or memory, is culturally constructed and how this consciousness informs social experience.
Authority and kingship under the Sultans of Delhi (thirteenth-fourteenth centuries)
Siddiqui, Iqtidar Husain
2006, Hardcover

this volume attempts to study in detail the nature of the sultanate polity and its impact on medieval indian society. it analyses the patterns of political behaviour of successive sultans and studies socio-economic changes and the impact of urbanization on the life and culture of the period.
Hindu kingship, ethnic revival and Maoist rebellion in Nepal
Lecomte-Tilouine, Marie
2009, Hardcover

a remarkable study of the past in the present, this volume shows the emergence of dualist conception of society, which took root in tribal revivalism and ultimately nourished the maoist revolution in nepal.
Kingship and ideology in the Islamic and Mongol worlds
Broadbridge, Anne F.
2009, Hardcover

the author examines struggles over ideology in the middle east and central aisa from 1260 to 1405. she explores two very different ideological worlds: the islamic world of the mamluk sultans of egypt and syria, and the mongol world inhabited by the golden horde in central asia, the llkhanids in iran and anatolia, the llkhanids\' successors, and temur. the relationships among th ...
Royal imagery and networks of power at Vijayanagara: a study of Kingship in South India
Rao, Nalini
2010, Hardcover

this book brings a unique perspective to the study of kingship in south india by understanding vijayanagara as a collection of neighborhoods centered around shared religious, economic, and political landmarks, where art and architecture were a visual form of power that sustained the people, capital, and kingdom between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries a.d.
Hindu kingship, ethnic revival, and Maoist rebellion in Nepal
Lecomte-Tilouine, Marie
2011, Paperback
Kingship in the Sukra-Niti
Nagar, Vandana
1992, Hardcover

exposition of sukra\'s theories of politics and state-craft.
Kingship and political practice in colonial India
Price, Pamela G
1996, N

contents: (i) honour, statues and state formation in seventeenth-and eighteenth-century maravar country (ii) cosmological fragmentation in the public sphere (iii) domain formation in mid-nineteenth-century ramnad (iv) human and divine palaces in the fragmentation of monarchical cosmology (v) ritual performances, the ruling person and the public (vi) raja baskara setupati and th ...
Iranian kingship, the Arab conquest and Zoroastrian apocalypse: the history of fars and beyond in late antituity (600-900 CE), Government Research Fellowship Lectures, 2010-2011
Daryaee, Touraj
2012, Paperback
The volatile world of sovereignty: the Vratya problem and kingship in South Asia, ed. by Tiziana Pontillo et al
2015, Hardcover
The millennial sovereign: sacred kingship and sainthood in Islam
Moin, A. Azfar
2017, Hardcover

a work of history richly informed by the anthropology of religion and art, this book traces how royal dynastic cults and shrine-centered sufism came together in the imperial cultures of timurid central asia, safavid iran, and mughal india.
Raja Yudhisthira: kingship in epic Mahabharata
Mcgrath, Kevin
2017, Hardcover
Polity, kingship and democracy: a biography of the Bhutanese state
Kinga, Sonam
2009, Paperback
Tipu Sultan's search for legitimacy: Islam and kingship in aHindu domain
Brittlebank, Kate
1997, N

tipu sultan is one of the most well known but least understood figures in indian history. in this revisionary study, the author takes an innovative approach to the analysis of kingship and power in eighteenth-century south india. by focusing upon the methods adopted by tipu to establish his legitimacy as the parvenu muslim ruler of the predominantly hindu kingdom of mysore, she ...
Kingship and religion in Ancient Persia: Government research fellowship lectures, 2015-2016
Curtis, Vesta Sarkhosh
2017, Hardcover

contents: chapter 1-kingship and religion in ancient persia; chapter 2-zoroastrian iconography on coins of ancient persis (fars); chapter 3-artistic exchanges in parthian and sasanian times. the author focuses on the crucial information about iconography and religion that can be gleaned from coin image an inscriptions. these throw light on the concept of kingship and related ic ...
An abode of the goddess: kingship, caste and sacrificial organization in a Bengal village
Togawa, Masahiko
2006, Hardcover

based on the field survey, this book is about a village society in bengal and its relationship with hindu kingship on the ritual organization of an old temple. the analysis reveals the strong polity over ordinary life in the rural society.
Political thought in ancient India: emergence of the state,evolution of kingship and inter-state relations based on the Saptanga theory of state
Singh, Girish Prasad (b.1942)
2005, Hardcover
Kingship and authority in South Asia
Richard, John F (ed.)
1998, Hardcover

ranging from detailed case studies to analytical overviews, the essays provide a glimpses of the potentialities opened up by incorporating the methodologies and perspective of anthropology in historucasl works.