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Sajal Nag; Tejimala Gurung and Abhijit Choudhury

Published by Akansha (2007)

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About this Item: Akansha, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. List of contributors. 1. Introduction. 2. The process of integration of Banganapalle State into Indian Union/Muhammed Mustafa. 3. Process of integration of Baroda State with Indian Union/Arjun Patel. 4. Contesting claims, consequent Heartburns (Provincial rivalries on some acceded states in the Central Tribal Belt of India, 1947-1949)/Abhijit Choudhury. 5. The integration of Cooch Behar State/Arpita Sen. 6. Ethnicity and political development in Darjeeling on the eve of Indian independence/Tejimala Gurung. 7. Goa, Daman and Diu: Politics of Merger/Sarto Esteves. 8. Liberation of Hyderabad State--a study/H. Srikanth. 9. Process of integration of Junagarh/Mohammad Parwez. 10. Kashmir: the disputed merger/Sajal Nag. 11. Prelude to integration: political consciousness, political organizations and development in Khasi--Jaintia Hills (Upto 1952)/L.S. Gassah. 12. The integration of the Khasi States into the Indian Union/D.R. Syiemlieh. 13. The merger of Manipur with India/Ksh. Shyamkanhai Singh. 14. The merger of Manipur into India/N. Joykumar Singh. 15. Integration or independence: the debate in Mizoram on the eve of Indian Independence/Zochungnunga. 16. The process of merger of Mizo Hills with India/Sangkima. 17. Integration vs Independence: the debate in Naga Hills/C.L. Imchen. 18. The Crown Colony Plan for the Hills of North East India: Concept to collapse 1941-1946/David R. Syiemleih. 19. Integration of the Princely States of Orissa/A.C. Pradhan. 20. Integration of the Princely States of Orissa: 1947-49/J.K. Samal. 21. Sikkim: Politics of immigrants/R.S. Chauhan. 22. Annexation of Sikkim: the socio-political perspective/Ranju R. Dhamala. 23. Documentation of the process of integration of Princely Tripura with the Indian Union/Mahadev Chakravarti. 24. Merger and princely Tripura's political transition: 1947-49/Ranjit Kumar De. 25. The Merger Process of princely state Vansda in South Gujarat/Satyakam Joshi. Index. "The attainment of Indian Freedom (1947) was a classic case of self-determination. But Independence did not signify the end of the struggle for India. In fact it raised more problems than it solved. One such problem was to maintain the traditional boundary and prevent the Balkanisation of the nascent Indian nation. The crisis was primarily precipitated by some of the Princely States and Excluded Areas, which threatened to stay out of independent India. The Indian nation state already confronted partition with the creation of Pakistan. It could not afford anymore secessionist designs, which could lead to the disintegration of the emerging nation. Hence it had to evolve means to curb such centrifugal forces to maintain its integrity and unity. The post colonial Indian state successfully negotiated these crises and emerged triumphant. The process through which this was achieved was known as 'Integration'. It is through this policy that the Dominion of India secured the merger of most of the Princely States, Excluded and partially excluded areas and secured its integrity. This collection includes essays delineating the process through which integration of these princely states and excluded and partially excluded areas was achieved. It includes articles on controversial issues involving Jammu and Kashmir and Manipur States on the Mizo Hills and Tripura on the other, as representative cases. The book asserts that the integration of these diverse areas into one entity formed the basis on which India emerged as a Federal Union." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 66865

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