ISBN 9781403932006,TEXTBk OF INDIAN HISTORY AND CULTURE

TEXTBk OF INDIAN HISTORY AND CULTURE

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S N Sen

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ISBN 9781403932006
Publisher

Macmillan India Ltd

Publication Year 2007
ISBN-13

ISBN 9781403932006

ISBN-10 140393200X
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 368 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Literature & Fiction

The Textbook of Indian History and Culture has been designed for both students and general readers. As an introduction to the history of India it emphasizes the main currents of Indian history in all its facets - political, social, economic and cultural - integrating the tangled skein of recent historiography in a compact form with a view to familiarize the readers with the fundamental strands of India?s history and culture. The sequence of events from ancient to medieval and from medieval to modern are interwoven in a way that enables the reader to understand the dynamics and tensions of India?s past. The book is ideally suited for college students who are being introduced to the history of India. The author, with his wide experience and conceptual clarity, has crafted the detailed and often ambiguous events of Indian history in an easy flowing and lucid style. The book contains a chronology and detailed bibliography to satisfy the reader?s quest for advanced study and is by far the About the Author Professor Sailendra Nath Sen has been engaged in research and teaching since 1954. He has been awarded Ph.D. (1958) and D.Litt. (1970) degrees from the University of Calcutta for his research work on the history of the Marathas. He has to his credit two contributions on the history of the Marathas - Anglo-Maratha Relations During the Administration of Warren Hastings 1772-85 (1961) and Anglo-Maratha Relations (1974). After his retirement in 1994 as Professor of History, University of Calcutta, he has completed the last phase of the history of the Marathas in two volumes - Fall of the Maratha Empire 1796-1806 (2001) and Fall of the Maratha Empire 1807-18 (2003). His other publications include Ancient Indian History and Civilization (2nd edition), History of the Freedom Movement in India (3rd edition) and Europe and the World 1789-1945. He is now engaged in research work on the ?Freedom Movement in Chandernagore? and ?Universal History?.
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