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Grewal, A.J.S. (ed.)

Published by Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling (1975)

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About this Item: Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling, 1975. Wraps. Condition: Fair. 149p, ills, maps. Covers stained, and pages crinkled from moisture. Articles on Everest, Nanda Devi, Manaslu, et.al. Seller Inventory # 003715

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Grewal, J.S. (ed.)

Published by Manohar, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8173045801 ISBN 13: 9788173045806

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About this Item: Manohar, New Delhi, 2004. Hard back. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 249221

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Banga, Indu (ed.)

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About this Item: Manohar, New Delhi, 2000. Hard back. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 249377

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J.S. Grewal (ed)

Published by K.K. Pub., India

ISBN 10: 8186912010 ISBN 13: 9788186912010

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About this Item: K.K. Pub., India. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: 1. Administrative space/Gopal Krishan and Surya Kant. 2. Punjab administration at work/P.H. Vaishnav. 3. Nehru, Indira Gandhi and the Punjab/Tejwant S. Gill. 4. The Punjab Congress/P.S. Verma. 5. Sikh identity, the Akalis and Khalistan/J.S. Grewal. 6. A decade of violence, 1983-92/K.D. Dhillon. 7. Violence in retrospect/Pramod Kumar. 8. The logic of Sikh militancy/Birinder Pal Singh. 9. Demographic change/Gopal Krishan. 10. Urbanisation since independence/Gopal Krishan. 11. Patriarchal structure and violence against women/Rainuka Dagar. 12. Dalits in Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh/S.K. Gupta. 13. Attached labour in Haryana/ Surinder S. Jodhka. 14. The village community in Punjabi novel/J.S. Rahi and S.S. Khahra. From the preface: "Punjab in Prosperity and Violence should be of great interest to administrators, politicians and journalists as well as to the social scientist and the general reader because it gives insights into administration, politics, violence, demographic change, and the condition of the relatively unprivileged sections of the society - women, dalits, labourers and village communities. Besides civil service and police, the contributors come from the disciplines of history, geography, political science, sociology and literature. Seller Inventory # 1094

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Ian Copland (ed)

Published by Manohar (1999)

ISBN 10: 817304239X ISBN 13: 9788173042393

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About this Item: Manohar, 1999. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction/Ian Copland and John Rickard. 1. Colonial context of regionalism: the Asutralian and Indian experience/Shibani Kinkar Chaube.2. Emergency powers in Australian and Indian Federalism/H.P. Lee. 3. Australian and Indian state constitutional law: some comparative perspectives/James A. Thomson. 4. Judicial appointments within a federal structure/Robert Watt. 5. Bureaucracies as instruments of federalism: administrative experience from India/Beryl A. Radin. 6. Federalism as a response to ethnic regionalism/Suri Ratnapala. 7. Regionalism. Hindu nationalism, and party politics in India's federal system/Paul R. Brass. 8.Region and nation in India's political transition/Zoya Hasan. 9. Behind the verdict: another look at the nation and the regions/Javeed Alam. 10. The two nations: Indian federalism in the Rip Tide of debt and globalism/ Peter Mayer. 11. Did the people make laws?/Stuart Macintyre. 12. Federalism and Australian citizenship/Brian Galligan and John Chesterman. 13. Fictions of citizenship and community: the experience of federation in novels of Salman Rushdie, Rohinton Mistry, Peter Carey and Sam Watson/John McLaren. 14. From confrontation to cooperation: Australian Commonwealth- State relations in the 1980s and 1990s/J.C. Bannon. 15. Federalism and fiscal equalization; should India follow the Australian path?/Bhajan S. Grewal. 16. Federalism and fiscal autonomy of states: the Indian experience/Rokkam S. Rao. 17. Federalism and constitutional processes in India/G. Parthasarathy. Index. Seller Inventory # 7353

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Amrik Singh (ed)

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About this Item: Anamika, India. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Introduction. Towards partition: 1. Hindu consciousness, the Congress and partition/K.L. Tuteja. 2. Jawaharlal Nehru and partition/ Bimal Prasad. 3. The tragedy and triumph of Mahatma Gandhi/B.R. Nanda. 4. The role of Master Tara Singh/Prithipal Singh Kapur. 5. The Pathans and the Baluchis/Baren Ray. The Punjab tangle: 6. Pluralism, partition and Punjabisation: politics of Muslim identity in the British Punjab/Iftikhar H. Malik. 7. Punjab Muslims and partition/J.S. Grewal. 8. Partition of Punjab and the Sikhs/Kirpal Singh. 9. Pakistan, Khalistan and partition/J. S. Grewal and Indu Banga. 10. Partition and women: the case of Punjab/ Satya M. Rai. The division of Bengal: 11. "The division of hearts": Mahatma Gandhi and the partition of Bengal, 1947/Sabyasachi Bhattacharya. 12. Who divided the Bengalees?/Parthasarathi Gupta. 13. Congress and partition of provinces/Sucheta Mahajan. 14. United Bengal plan pipe dream or missed opportunity?/A.G. Noorani. 15. The Bengal partition revisited/ Harun-or-Rashid. Perspectives on partition: 16. Interpreting partition/V.N.Datta. 17. The partition in retrospect: a primordial divide/Aitzaz Ahsan. 18. Partition in retrospect/Ian Talbot. 19. A perspective on partition/Raj Mohan Gandhi. 20. Memories of a fragmented nation: rewriting the histories of India's partition/Mushirul Hasan. 21. Political parties and their motives/B. Sheik Ali. 22. Historical writing on India in the 1940s/Robin J.Moore. The partition and beyond: 23. New religious trends after partition/ Mubarak Ali. 24. The struggle for Pakistan: before and after/Amrik Singh. Seller Inventory # 442

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Grewal, J. S (ed)

Published by Guru Nanak University (1974)

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About this Item: Guru Nanak University, 1974. Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has clothback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. , 500grams, ISBN: Seller Inventory # 6898287

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Indu Banga (Ed.)

Published by Manohar Publishers & Distributors (2000)

ISBN 10: 817304175X ISBN 13: 9788173041754

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About this Item: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. A multi-disciplinary volume with an exceptionally wide sweep, has contributions covering polity, economy and society in the Mughal Punjab, state-formation, economy, society and literature under Sikh rule, religion and art in the hills, pahari painting; political, economic and socio-cultural developments, urban society and politics, communitarian, secular and national consciousness, agrarian and urban economy, demographic and social change, Punjabi literature and gender relations during colonial rule; and political economy, agricultural growth, Punjabi speaking state movement in post independence period. Printed Pages: 624. Seller Inventory # 48277

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Indu Banga (Ed.)

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About this Item: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. A multi-disciplinary volume with an exceptionally wide sweep, has contributions covering polity, economy and society in the Mughal Punjab, state-formation, economy, society and literature under Sikh rule, religion and art in the hills, pahari painting; political, economic and socio-cultural developments, urban society and politics, communitarian, secular and national consciousness, agrarian and urban economy, demographic and social change, Punjabi literature and gender relations during colonial rule; and political economy, agricultural growth, Punjabi speaking state movement in post independence period. Printed Pages: 624. Seller Inventory # 48277

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Grewal, J. S. [ed.]

Published by Oxford University Press, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 0195667204 ISBN 13: 9780195667202

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2005. First Edition. Quarto: G/G-: Maroon and very dark purple spine and dark gold text: Dj has significant shelfwear, scuffing along edges, some fraying to edges, one inch closed tear at bottom corner, some soiling and scratch marks, price sticker on back: Boards are strong, some dust staining, rubbing to edges, some dust staining, binding slightly loose: Textblock exterior has light soiling to head and tail edges, front free page has Library of Congress stamp, verso has Library of Congress stamp, rest of text unmarked: 544 pp. Rockville. Seller Inventory # 7-7-1289274

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Indu Banga (Ed.)

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About this Item: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. A multi-disciplinary volume with an exceptionally wide sweep, has contributions covering polity, economy and society in the Mughal Punjab, state-formation, economy, society and literature under Sikh rule, religion and art in the hills, pahari painting; political, economic and socio-cultural developments, urban society and politics, communitarian, secular and national consciousness, agrarian and urban economy, demographic and social change, Punjabi literature and gender relations during colonial rule; and political economy, agricultural growth, Punjabi speaking state movement in post independence period. Printed Pages: 624. Seller Inventory # 48277

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Chetan Singh (Ed.)

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ISBN 10: 817304838X ISBN 13: 9788173048388

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About this Item: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Over a hundred and fifty years after the mid-nineteenth century, North-Western India underwent a degree of social Transformation that was, indeed, impressive. A collective effort alone can unravel the Complex Nature of the processes underlying this remarkable change. This is what the book sets out to do. Its historical perspective reveals diverse modes of resistance and response, especially in the Punjab, to a Colonial Ideology that sought to institute subtle, yet powerful, forms of social control. After Independence, the much celebrated Green Revolution drew the peasantry of North-Western India into the vortex of economic trends that had unexpected and far-reaching consequences--which are today a matter of great concern. Long-term social currents that had been stirring rather slowly in the Region gained momentum. As a result, the process of societal change, started earlier, began to strain against the restrictive fabric of the traditional social order. Social Transformation in North-Western India endeavours to explain the multidimensionality of change that is so characteristic of the region. This book would be of Interest as much to the social scientist and the Policy maker as to the Journalist and the lay reader. Contents: I. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES : 1. Socio-cultural Transformation Among the Sikhs Under Colonial Rule/J.S. Grewal 2. Sikh Resurgence and Control : The Golden Temple/Veena Sachdeva 3. Sanatan Dharm Institutions in Colonial Punjab/Sheena Pall 4. Reflections on Punjabi Society in Transition in Bhishm Sahni`s Novel Maiya Das Ki Madi/Harish C. Sharma and Radha Sharma 5. Changing Attitudes Towards Medicine in Colonial Punjab/Sasha 6. Home Away from Home : Punjabi-Sikhs in Eastern India/Himadri Banerjee II. ECONOMIC TRENDS AND THE PEASANTRY : 7. Agrarian Transformation and Marginalization of the Poor Peasantry in Punjab/Sucha Singh Gill 8. Social Transformation in Rural Punjab Since the Green Revolution : A Study of the Rural Poor/Manjit Singh 9. The Green Revolution, Globalization and the Punjab Peasantry : Some Cultural Dimensions of Change/Kumool Abbi 10. The Industrial Base of Punjab : Linkages with Urban Structure/Kusum Chopra and Atiya Habeeb Kidwai III. SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION : 11. Large-scale Conversions to Christianity in Late Nineteenth Century Punjab as an Early Dalit Movement/John C.B. Webster 12. Widows in North-Western India Under Colonial Rule/Reeta Grewal 13. Socio-economic Transformation of the Scheduled Castes in North-Western India : A Study of Inter and Intra-regional Differentials/Surya Kant 14. Socio-cultural Transformation in Rural Punjab : Some Case Studies/Rajesh Gill 15. Social Transformation and Khaps in Haryana/P.S. Verma 16. Literacy and Social Transformation in North-West India/Swarnjit Mehta and Simrit Kahlon 17. Ethnography of Gender, Property and Reform in Himachal Pradesh/Raj Mohini Sethi Printed Pages: 528. Seller Inventory # 45435

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Chetan Singh (Ed.)

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About this Item: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Over a hundred and fifty years after the mid-nineteenth century, North-Western India underwent a degree of social Transformation that was, indeed, impressive. A collective effort alone can unravel the Complex Nature of the processes underlying this remarkable change. This is what the book sets out to do. Its historical perspective reveals diverse modes of resistance and response, especially in the Punjab, to a Colonial Ideology that sought to institute subtle, yet powerful, forms of social control. After Independence, the much celebrated Green Revolution drew the peasantry of North-Western India into the vortex of economic trends that had unexpected and far-reaching consequences--which are today a matter of great concern. Long-term social currents that had been stirring rather slowly in the Region gained momentum. As a result, the process of societal change, started earlier, began to strain against the restrictive fabric of the traditional social order. Social Transformation in North-Western India endeavours to explain the multidimensionality of change that is so characteristic of the region. This book would be of Interest as much to the social scientist and the Policy maker as to the Journalist and the lay reader. Contents: I. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES : 1. Socio-cultural Transformation Among the Sikhs Under Colonial Rule/J.S. Grewal 2. Sikh Resurgence and Control : The Golden Temple/Veena Sachdeva 3. Sanatan Dharm Institutions in Colonial Punjab/Sheena Pall 4. Reflections on Punjabi Society in Transition in Bhishm Sahni`s Novel Maiya Das Ki Madi/Harish C. Sharma and Radha Sharma 5. Changing Attitudes Towards Medicine in Colonial Punjab/Sasha 6. Home Away from Home : Punjabi-Sikhs in Eastern India/Himadri Banerjee II. ECONOMIC TRENDS AND THE PEASANTRY : 7. Agrarian Transformation and Marginalization of the Poor Peasantry in Punjab/Sucha Singh Gill 8. Social Transformation in Rural Punjab Since the Green Revolution : A Study of the Rural Poor/Manjit Singh 9. The Green Revolution, Globalization and the Punjab Peasantry : Some Cultural Dimensions of Change/Kumool Abbi 10. The Industrial Base of Punjab : Linkages with Urban Structure/Kusum Chopra and Atiya Habeeb Kidwai III. SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION : 11. Large-scale Conversions to Christianity in Late Nineteenth Century Punjab as an Early Dalit Movement/John C.B. Webster 12. Widows in North-Western India Under Colonial Rule/Reeta Grewal 13. Socio-economic Transformation of the Scheduled Castes in North-Western India : A Study of Inter and Intra-regional Differentials/Surya Kant 14. Socio-cultural Transformation in Rural Punjab : Some Case Studies/Rajesh Gill 15. Social Transformation and Khaps in Haryana/P.S. Verma 16. Literacy and Social Transformation in North-West India/Swarnjit Mehta and Simrit Kahlon 17. Ethnography of Gender, Property and Reform in Himachal Pradesh/Raj Mohini Sethi Printed Pages: 528. Seller Inventory # 45435

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A.S. Islam (ed)

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About this Item: Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Strategies for improvement of cashewnut through tissue culture/Sudripta Das, Timir B. Jha and Sumita Jha. 2. Shoot tip, an alternative to seed as a source of genetic material for conservation and propagation of forest trees/Shyamal K. Roy, M. Shariful Islam, Joysree Sen and S. Hadiuzzaman. 3. Experimental studies on Pinus species/Deepak Gupta and P.S. Srivastava. 4. Regeneration of plants in vitro from seedling explants of lychee (Litchi chinensis Sonn.)/M.N. Amin, M.A. Razzaque and M.Anisuzzaman. 5. Rapid plant regeneration from explants and callus cultures of the tree legume Dalbergia lanceolaira L./M. Dwari and P.K. Chand. 6. In vitro morphogenic responses of Peltophorum pterocarpum following phytohormonal and Gamma irradiation treatments/S.N. Hossain and M. Hossain. 7. Propagation of ornamental plants through tissue culture/H.S.Grewal, S.S. Gosal, J.S. Arora and Kushal Singh. 8. In vitro propagation of commercial orchids: an assessment of current methodologies and development of a novel approach--thin cross-section culture/L. Prakash, C. L. Lee, C.S. Loh and C.J. Goh. 9. In vitro cormel production from nodal buds and cormel tips in Gladiolus/J.S. Arora, Kushal Singh, H.S. Grewal, S.S. Gosal and Y.R. Chanana. Seller Inventory # 10068

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Indu Banga (ed)

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About this Item: Manohar. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. J.S. Grewal: the historian/Indu Banga. Polity: 2. Polity, economy and society under the Mughals/Chetan Singh. 3. Politics under the later Mughals/Muzaffar Alam. 4. Formation of the Sikh state, 1765-1845/Indu Banga. 5. Muslim Anjumans and communitarian consciousness/Ikram Ali Malik. 6. The Punjab Hindu Sabha and communal politics, 1906-1923/K.L. Tuteja. 7. Sikh politics and religion: the Bhasaur Singh Sabha/N. Gerald Barrier. 8. The Ghadar movement: a new consciousness/Harish K. Puri. 9. Urban society and urban politics: Lahore in 1919/Ravinder Kumar. 10. Akalis and the nationalist politics/Mohinder Singh. 11. Movement for the Punjabi-speaking state/A.S. Narang. Economy: 12. Water resources and agricultural landscape: pre-colonial Punjab/Tripta Wahi. 13. Agrarian production and distribution in the late eighteenth century/Veena Sachdeva. 14. Agrarian society in transition: mid-nineteenth century/Radha Sharma. Seller Inventory # 10557

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V.N. Datta & S. Settar (ed)

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ISBN 10: 8173070695 ISBN 13: 9788173070693

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About this Item: Pragati. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Perceptions of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre/V.N. Datta. 2. The Jallianwala Bagh tragedy, the rowlatt satyagraha and the character of the nationalist struggle in India: some reflections/Ravinder Kumar. 3. The Jallianwala Bagh tragedy: its impact on the political awakening and thinking in India/Satya M. Rai. 4. The imperial terrorism in Punjab: its nature and implications (1919-25)/Gursharan Singh. 5. The Jallianwala Bagh tragedy: a catalyst of Indian consciousness/Kamlesh Mohan.6. The Jallianwala Bagh tragedy: its prelude and aftermath/Hari Singh. 7. The impact of the Jallianwala Bagh tragedy on the national movement in Kerala/K.K.N. Kurup. 8. Jallianwala Bagh and changing perceptions of the Sikh past/Mohinder Singh. 9. The Jallianwala Bagh tragedy: the official attitude and its significance/J.S. Grewal and Indu Banga. 10. Jallianwala Bagh: the construction of a nationalist symbol/Surjit Hans. 11. Demonizing the 'other' and mythifying history: Jallianwala Bagh massacre and Andhra nationalists/Atlury Murali. 12. Calcutta in turmoil: April 1919/Suranjan Das. 13. The Jallianwala Bagh tragedy and the impact on the Indian National Movement/Nandita Haksar. 14. British policy and 'organized' crime:crime control and surveillance in Punjab 1848-1911/S. Kavita. 15. Gandhi and the Jallianwala Bagh tragedy: a turning point in the Indian National Movement/S.R. Singh. 16. Jallianwala Bagh and the Indian National Movement/K.L. Tuteja. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. "This volume is a collection of papers presented at a seminar on the Jallianwala Bagh massacre held in 1 297 pp. Seller Inventory # 4016

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Chetan Singh (Ed.)

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J.S. Grewal (Ed.) & D.P. Chattopadhyaya (Gen. Ed.)

Published by PHISPC/Oxford University Press (2009)

ISBN 10: 0195667204 ISBN 13: 9780195667202

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About this Item: PHISPC/Oxford University Press, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. 3rd edition. This is also a truly pan-Indian volume on medieval Indian history as it looks at state forms and social organizations among the Cholas, the Delhi Sultante, the Sultante of Bengal, Himachal, Kumaon and Garhwal, medieval Rajasthanm the Vijayanagar State, Kerala, the Mughal Empire, Marahastra, and the Punjab. The contributors include eminent medievalist Printed Pages: 566. Seller Inventory # 703

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J.S. Grewal (Ed.) & D.P. Chattopadhyaya (Gen. Ed.)

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ISBN 10: 0195667204 ISBN 13: 9780195667202

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About this Item: PHISPC/Oxford University Press, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. 3rd edition. This is also a truly pan-Indian volume on medieval Indian history as it looks at state forms and social organizations among the Cholas, the Delhi Sultante, the Sultante of Bengal, Himachal, Kumaon and Garhwal, medieval Rajasthanm the Vijayanagar State, Kerala, the Mughal Empire, Marahastra, and the Punjab. The contributors include eminent medievalist Printed Pages: 566. Seller Inventory # 703

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Grewal, J.S. (Ed) and Johnston, Hugh (ed)

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About this Item: Sage Publications, New Delhi India, 1994. Hard Cover. Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute. 462 pages. Pages clean, good condition. Presentation label opposite Preface page. Previous owner's name top of title page. Black endpapers. Black cloth with gilt titles. Edges and corners lightly bumped. Blue and gold DJ with white titles. Edges show light wear. VG+/VG. Seller Inventory # 040191

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J.S. Grewal (Ed.) & D.P. Chattopadhyaya (Gen. Ed.)

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About this Item: PHISPC/Oxford University Press, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. 3rd edition. This is also a truly pan-Indian volume on medieval Indian history as it looks at state forms and social organizations among the Cholas, the Delhi Sultante, the Sultante of Bengal, Himachal, Kumaon and Garhwal, medieval Rajasthanm the Vijayanagar State, Kerala, the Mughal Empire, Marahastra, and the Punjab. The contributors include eminent medievalist Printed Pages: 566. Seller Inventory # 703

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