The passing of patrimonialism: politics and political culture in Hyderabad, 1911-1948
This Book Takes A Closer Look At The Changes Which Took Place In The Twentieth Century, In The State Of Hyderabad During The Time Of Its Last Ruler, Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan. The Book Will Be Of Interest Not Only To Scholars Of Islam, Modern Indian History And Sociology But Also To A More General Public Looking For Information On The Princely States.
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Modern South Asia: History, Culture, Political Economy
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The Heritage of the Past
Struggle for Power
Muslims and King of Knowledge
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