The Eighteenth Century in Indian History: Evolution Or Revolution?
This book presents, in a single volume, a selection of the most important interpretations in current times, exploring and reassessing the nature and pace of change in India in the eighteenth century. A distinguished roster of contributors and a comprehensive collection of essays makes this book a must-read for historians, political analysts, students and non-specialist readers interested in the period.
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Recent Theories of Eighteenthcentury India
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