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Makers Of Modern India

Autor: Ramachandra Guha
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674052463
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Includes a short biographical introduction to each person, followed by excerpts from their writings.

Makers Of Modern India

Autor: Amit Kumar Gupta
Publisher: New Delhi : Indian Council of Historical Research : distributors, Thomson Press (India) ; Delhi, Publication Division
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Biographical sketches of the national leaders represented in the National Gallery of Portraits in Delhi.

Pherozeshah Mehta

Autor: Nawaz B. Mody
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Seminar papers on the life and work of Pherozeshah Mehta, 1845-1915, Indian statesman; published on the occasion of 150th birth anniversary celebration.

Makers Of Modern Asia

Autor: Ramachandra Guha
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674365410
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The twenty-first century has been dubbed the Asian Century. Highlighting diverse thinker-politicians rather than billionaire businessmen, Makers of Modern Asia presents eleven leaders who theorized and organized anticolonial movements, strategized and directed military campaigns, and designed and implemented political systems.

Cultural History Of Modern India

Autor: Dilip M. Menon
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 9788187358251
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'Cultural History Of Modern India Edited By Dilip M. Menon Definitely Qualifies For Interesting Reading&The Different Approach Attempted Through The Book Indubitably Is A Fresh Endeavour For A Multidisciplinary Approach With Sociologists, Art Historians And Music Theorists Working Within A Historical Paradigm.' The Statesman, 9 December 2006 The History Of Modern India Has Been Narrated Largely In Terms Of The Nationalist Movement, Personalities And What Has Been Seen As The 'High' Politics Of The State. Recent Shifts In History Writing Have Tried To Bring In Subordinated Histories Of Regions And Of Groups. We Are Moving Towards A Wider Understanding Of Politics, History And Of The Ordinary People Who Make History. This Collection Tries To Push The Emerging Paradigm Further By Moving Away From Conventional Notions Of The History Of The Nation And Indeed Of The Political. The Six Essays In This Collection Present Original And Pioneering Forays In The Study Of Cricket, Oral History, Gender Studies, Film, Popular Culture And Indian Classical Music. Whether Looking At Issues Of Caste On The Seemingly Level Playing Field Of Cricket In Early Twentieth Century India; Or How A Nineteenth Century Housewife Comes To Pen The First Autobiography By An Indian Woman; Calendar Art Reflecting Deeper Notions Of Religion And Community; Or How An Idea Of Pure Classical Music Faces The Challenge Of Technology, These Essays Show How Ideas Of Self, Community And Art Are Formed Within A Larger Politics. Moreover, Culture Far From Being A Refuge From The Political Is Also The Space Within Which Politics Comes To Be Worked Out.