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The politics of Indian's English linguistic colonialism andthe expanding English empire
Krishnaswamy, N et al.
1998, N

the book includes examples of indian english, from newspaper advertisements and official letters to fiction and poetry, which are examined in the wide context of the politics of language.
Irrigation systems under Vijayanagara empire
Kotraiah, CTM
1995, N
Mapping an empire: the geographical construction of BritishIndia, 1765-1843
Edney, Matthew H
1999, N

in this fascinating history of the british surveys of india, focusing especially on the great trigonometrical survey (gts) undertaken by the company, matthew h. edney relates how imperial britain employed modern scientific survey techniques not only to creat and define the spatial image of its indian empire but also to legitimate its colonialist activities as triumphs of libera ...
Travels from India to England comprehending a visit to the Burman empire and a journey through Persia, Asia Minor, European, Turkey, and c.in the years 1825-26, London, 1827
Alexander, James Edward
2000, Hardcover
Penugonda fort: a defence capital of the VFijayanagara empire: history, art and culture foreword by Dieter Rothermund
Vasantha, R
2000, Hardcover
A history of Vijayanagar: the never to be forgotten empire, Madras, 1905
Suryanarain Row, B
1993, Hardcover
Liberalism and empire: India in British liberal thought
Mehta, Uday Singh
1999, Hardcover

contents: (i) strategies: liberal conventions and imperial exclusions (ii) progress, civilization, and consent (iii) liberalism, empire and territory (iv) edmund burke on the perils of the empire (v) experience and unfamiliarity.
The prelude to empire: Plassey revolution of 1757
Chaudhury, Sushil
2000, Hardcover
The perishable empire: essays on Indian writing in English
Mukherjee, Meenakshi
2000, Hardcover
Where three empires meet, a narrative of recent travel in Kashmir, Western Tibet, Gilgit, and the adjoining countries,
Knight, EF
1993, N
Health, medicine and empire: perspectives on colonial India
Pati, Biswamoy et al. (ed.)
2001, Hardcover

this collection of essays weaves together several themes related to the social history of health and medicine in colonial india.
Poems of nation, anthems of empire, English verse in the long eighteenth century
Kaul, Suvir
2001, Hardcover
A forgotten empire (Vijayanagar): a contribution to the history of India, London, 1900
Sewell, Robert (1845-1925)
2000, Hardcover

includes a translation of the chronica dos reis de bisnaga, written by domingos paes and fernao nunes about 1520 and 1535, respectively, with historical introduction.
Where three empires meet: a narrative of recent travel in Kashmir, Western Tibet, Gilgit, and the adjoining countries
Knight, EF
2001, Hardcover
Colonial India and the making of empire cinema: image, ideology and identity
Chowdhary, Prem
2001, Hardcover

this book is an empirico-historical enquiry into the empire cinema made in hollywood and britain during the turbulent 1930s and 1940s. it shows how empire cinema constructed the colonial world, its rationale for doing so, and the manner in which such constructions were received by the colonised people.
East India Gazetteer: containing particular descriptions ofthe empires, kingdoms, principalities, provinces, cities, town, districts, fortresses, harbours, rivers, lakes, and ....
1993, Hardcover

...c. of hindostan, and the adjacent countries, india beyond the ganges, and the eastern archipelago; together with sketches of the manners, customs, institutions, agriculture, commerce, manufactures, revenues, population, castes, religion, history, & c. of their various inhabitants volume i, (2 vols.). ed. m walter hamelton
The postcolonial empire: continuity of colonial discourse
Das, Saswat S (b.1974)
2001, Hardcover
British romantic writers and the east: anxieties of empire;1st Indian ed.
1993, Paperback

contents: (i) byron turns turk (ii) sharp philanthropy (iii) murdering one\'s double.
Woman and empire: representations in the writings of British India, 1858-1900
Sen, Indrani
2002, Hardcover

drawing upon a wide range and variety of literary and non-literary sources of nineteenth-century british india, this book examines perceptions of gender over the 1858-1900 period.
The Delhi omnibus: (i) Delhi: a historical sketch, by Percival Spear, (ii) Twilight of the Mughuls: studies in Late Mughal Delhi, by Percival Spear, (iii) Delhi between two empires...
2002, Hardcover

...1803-1931: society, government and urban growth, by narayani gupta, and (iv) delhi through the ages: selected essays in urban history culture and society, ed. by r.e. frykenberg. taken together, these four well-researched books provide different yet complementary viewpoints on the history, culture and architecture, and urbanization of delhi over the centuries.
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.
Travels writing and the empire, essays by Mohammed Zaheer Basha, Narendra Luther, Pallavi Pandit Laisram, Pramod K. Nayar, Sindhu Menon, Susan Bassnett, V.B. Tharakeshwar,...
Mohanty, Sachidananda (ed.)
2003, Paperback

...tutun mukherjee, william dalrymple.
Alexander the great's art of strategy: the timeless lessonsof history's greatest empire builder
Bose, Partha
2003, Hardcover
The Jats: their role in the Mughal empire, ed. by Vir Singh, corrected and updated ed
Dwivedi, Girish Chandra (1938-79)
2003, Hardcover

the study shows that in the post-aurangzeb period, the powerful elements at the court found it expedient to conciliate the jats in order to retain power and to rejuvenate the declining empire.
Indian education system under British empire
Gautam, Pankaj (b.1965)
2003, Hardcover
Travels in south-eastern Asia, embracing: Hindustan, Malaya, Siam, and China; with notices of numerous missionary stations and a full account of the Burman empire, 2 Vols.,... (Set)
Malcom, Howard
2004, Hardcover

...london, 1839.;;;isbn- 8120618009 and 8120618025.
An account of the Burman empire, with notices of missionary stations, London, 1839
Malcom, Howard
2004, Hardcover
Maritime India: an omnibus combining: Rival empires of trade in the orient, 1600-1800 by Holden Furber, Maritime India in the seventeenth century by Sinnappah Arasaratnam, The...
2004, Hardcover

...indian ocean: a history of people and the sea by kenneth mcpherson, with an introd. by sanjay subrahmanyam.;;;this omnibus of three classic studies provides a basic grounding for scholars of india\'s maritime history.
The princely and noble families of the former Indian empire, Vol.1: Himachal Pradesh, res. and comp. by Mark Brentnall
2004, Hardcover

the work includes six states, to which the british accorded the saluted status: bilaspur, bushahr, chamba, mandi, sirmur, and suket. all the saluted states were granted saluted of eleven guns, their rulers were accorded the style of \'his highness\'.
Ranjit Singh and the Sikh barrier between our growing empire and Central Asia, ed. by William Wilson Hunter, Oxford, 1905
Griffin, Lepel
2004, Hardcover

on the life and times of maharaja ranjit singh.