State, Economy and Social Transformation: Hyderabad State (1724-1948)

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The fall of Mughal imperial power and the rise of new regional powers along with the entry of Europeans as economic and political power in the 18th century heralded a new phase in the history of India. In this book, it is argued that economy suffered, feudal institutions continued, and therefore, the State could neither undergo rapid economic changes nor progress as a modern State

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Yallampalli Vaikuntham is a Professor of History and Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Osmania University. He was a former Vice-Chancellor of Kakatiya University, Warangal. He has specialized in socio-economic and political history of modern India with special reference to Andhra Pradesh and south India.

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Book Description hardcover. Book Condition: New. (Size-22.5x14.5cm), the fall of Mughal imperial power and the rise of new regional powers along with the entry of Europeans as economic and political power in the eighteenth century heralded a new phase in the history of India. In this book, it is argued that economy suffered, Feudal Institutions continued, and therefore, the state could neither undergo rapid economic changes nor progress as a modern state. The prevalence of feudal institutions land concentration, social inequalities and exploitation had a transformation and they were primarily responsible for its backwardness. 210 Verify ISBN for International Edition, Year of Publication 2002 8173044414. Bookseller Inventory # 51422

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