9 edition of Peasants in south India found in the catalog.
Peasants in south India
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|Statement||Klaus Mäding ; translated from German by Madan Mohan Puri and Jeremy Lane.|
|LC Classifications||HD1537.I4 M24 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 204 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||88901983|
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A new book examines the evolving business-state relationship in India, which attempts to assess the power of business actors through a careful analysis of The book is a well researched work on the radical peasant movements and their transformation in West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh. The book needs to be read by all those interested in radical rural transformation in India from the perspective of society`s oppressed ://
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mäding, Klaus. Peasants in south India. New Delhi: Panchseel Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Writings on Peasants in Medieval India, In book: Peasants in Indian History, Publisher: Patna.
The idea of the medieval in the writing of South Asian history: contexts, methods and At a time when a majority of scholars engage in studies on class, religion, ethnicity and gender, this study forcefully demonstrates that peasants as a category and their problems continue to excite considerable academic debate.
Divided into two parts, the book first reconstructs the political world of the peasants of Punjab and forms the empirical base on which rests the subsequent ?id=7pUJ0qmvYDkC.
The periodon which this book focuses, comprises several disparate and localized struggles which are significant in revealing the wider unities that existed among India's peasantry. In his detailed Introduction, David Hardiman first traces changing trends in the way peasants have been viewed by historians - from the colonial era to more recent :// Buy Peasants in India's Non-Violent Revolution: Practice and Theory (SAGE Series in Modern Indian History): Pt.
1 First by Mukherjee, Mridula (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible › Society, Politics & Philosophy › Government & Politics › Countries & Regions. It imposed high taxes on the peasants and interfered in their social, political, economic and religious matters.
Because of these reasons, the peasant movements emerged in :// These twelve essays explore the nature of south Asian agrarian society and examine the extent to which it changed during the period of British rule.
The central focus of the book is directed to peasant agitation and violence and four of the studies look at the agrarian explosion that formed the background to the :// Here the peasants went on a strike and were finally able to win concessions. The peasant activity in Punjab was mainly concentrated in Jullundur, Amritsar, Hoshiarpur, Lyallpur and Shekhupura.
The Muslim tenants-at-will of west Punjab and the Hindu peasants of south-eastern Punjab (today’s Haryana) remained largely Are We Not Peasants Too. Land Rights and Women’s Claims in India by Bina Agarwal About the Author Bina Agarwalis Professor of Economics at the Institute of Economic Growth, University of Delhi, and author of the award-winning book A Field of One’s Own: Gender and Land Rights in South work has had national and international impact This book dissects the politicization of caste massacres and provides a provocative portrayal of the private caste armies operant in so-called 'barbaric-Bihar'.
Mediating between predatory politicians and radical Maoists, Kumar argues that these caste armies act as both a surrogate arm of the state and a violent defender of their community's self-perceived ://?id=num2I4NFGqIC.
Mahatma Gandhi and the Nationalist Movement Civil Disobedience and Beyond Fig. People gather on the banks of the Sabarmati River to hear Mahatma Gandhi speak before starting out on the Salt March in In the history of nationalism a single individual is often identified with the making of a nation.
Thus, for example, we associate In this book I will argue that even though the peasants of North India made a rational choice to produce opium for the government, it was a highly constrained choice situation that forced them to do so. My research draws on many excellent studies on the agricultural history of colonial ://?language=en.
Inglorious Empire: what the British did to India. Book review: Shashi Tharoor’s angry history of British rule in India is a timely response to empire nostalgia Peasants in India's Non-Violent Revolution this study forcefully demonstrates that peasants as a category and their problems continue to excite considerable academic debate.
Divided into two parts, the book first reconstructs the political world of the peasants of Punjab and forms the empirical base on which rests the subsequent theoretical “Written in a concise, easy-to-read style and offering a wealth of examples to illustrate each point, Elementary Aspects of Peasant Insurgency in Colonial India is the kind of book that our students desperately crave.”—Marcia Stephenson, Purdue › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.
Jharkhand ke Adivasi (Peasants of Jharkhand) is a political tract written in simple Hindi, descriptive of the miseries and exploitation in an area that is today the center of one of the most vigorous tribal autonomy movements in India; the book avoids radical demands or discussion of structural solutions (whether regional autonomy or abolition James loads facts on his readers.
He uses quotes and anecdotes well. He is also even-handed in his treatments. The fact of the matter is: the British took power and maintained power in India for a reason.
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In his book “Hind Sara”, Gandhi gave reasons for the success of the British rule in India and how the Non-Cooperation Movement could make it to collapse. (1) In his views, the British rule was established in India with the co-operation of Indians and had survived only because of this :// The historiography of peasant insurgency in colonial India is as old as colonialiam itself.
It originated at the intersection of the East India Company's political concerns and a characteristically eighteenth-century view of history - a view of history as politics and of the past as a guide to the future - which they brought with :// ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: The Scottish reformer of the eighteenth century and capitalist agriculture / E.J.
Hobsbawm --Money and the serfs in eighteenth century poland --Drink in old Russia / R.E.F. Smith --Kolkhoz and the Russian muzhik / Moshe Lewin --Peasant family. In this compelling social history, William R. Pinch tackles one of the most important but most neglected fields of the colonial history of India: the relation between monasticism and caste.
The highly original inquiry yields rich insights into the central structure and dynamics of Hindu society—insights that are not only of scholarly but also of great political s no two ?id=B7.Winner of the Michael Mitterauer-Prize for best monograph The Peasant Production of Opium in Nineteenth-Century India is a pioneering work about the more than one million peasants who produced opium for the colonial state in nineteenth-century India.
Based on a profound empirical analysis, Rolf Bauer not only shows that the peasants cultivated poppy against a substantial loss but he also ?language=en. Rasul's work deals with the history of All India Kisan Sabha 21 (AIKS) since its formation.
Seth' s work described the nature of 22 peasant organisation in different states by AIKS. Alexander described in his book Peasant Organisations in South India about the development of peasant organisations and their activities in Tamilnadu,