2 edition of Rethinking India"s past found in the catalog.
Rethinking India"s past
Ram Sharan Sharma
|Other titles||India"s past|
|Statement||by R.S. Sharma|
|LC Classifications||DS435 .S54 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 299 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||2010549859|
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The book provides an incisive account of ancient social formations underscoring themes like oriental despotism, position of the sudras, feudalism, urban decay, and the sati.
Using a rich array of literary and archaeological source material as well as linguistic and tribal studies, this book will be useful for undergraduate students and teachers of ancient Indian by: 1.
Rethinking India's Past. Written over a period of six decades, this volume deals with various sources and approaches to history writing in India/5. Rethinking India's Past. R.S. This volume explores the key aspects of early Indian history-political ideas and institutions; economic patterns and developments; and social orders and practices.
Covering a long span-from the Vedic period to twelfth century AD-it explores the linkages between social formations and modes of production/5(12). Rethinking India's Past Sharma. Author is a renowned historian of ancient India; Wide ranging and comprehensive; Good resource for students and teachers of ancient Indian history.
This volume explores the key aspects of early Indian history-political ideas and institutions; economic patterns and developments; and social orders and practices.
Covering a long span-from the Vedic period to twelfth century AD-it explores the linkages between social formations and modes of production. It also examines the transition from ancient to medieval, underlining the.
--Historical archaeology and urban decay --Social changes in early medieval India (circa AD ) --Need for an integrated approach --Main trends in Indian history --From kin to class --Rahula Sankrityayana and social changes --Rethinking the past.
Other Titles: India's past: Responsibility: by R.S. Sharma. More information: Table of contents. Rethinking India's Past by R. Sharma,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(12). Get this from a library. Convergence: rethinking India's past. [Radhika Seshan;] -- Papers presented at a meeting held at University of Pune.
The essays cover all aspects of early Indian history: political - ideas and institutions, studies on polity, theory of Oriental Despotism, western view on the state; social - Sudras, kin and class, sati system, social orders and changes; economic - mode of production, stages and evolution of ancient economy, Feudalism, transition from ancient to medieval; and /5(2).
For the purpose of this list, we consider all books written in India up to and including the Mughal era as being 'ancient books'. This list is not comprehensive until it matches with the updated scientific facts. The original source is missing in the reference list. The listing of references should indicate two parts: 1.
latest research on the. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Sharma was also the President of Indian History Congress in Besides India’s Ancient Past, he has also authored Aspects of Political Ideas, Indian Feudalism, Early Medieval Indian Society, Urban Decay in India and other books also.
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This book deals with many problematic issues in the studies involving India and her past; and shows that the narrative has had an unbroken lineage from the colonial. India’s modernity was to be profoundly different from ‘conservative England’. The adoption of the decimal metric system was to be simultaneously an act of embracing India’s ancient past and severing its link with a more recent colonial : Aashish Velkar.
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