State Intervention and Popular Response: Western India in the Nineteenth Century
Mariam Dossal, Ruby Maloni
Popular Prakashan, Jan 1, 1999 - Acculturation - 242 pages
The Text Which Concentrates On Western India During The Nineteenth Century Is Divided Into Three Sections Relating To The Spread And Impact Of Western Science, Acculturation And Its Implications And New Beginnings In A Changing World. Provides Valuable Insights Into The History Of The Region While Opening Doors Of Further Enquiry.
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