India and China in the Colonial World

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Bernhard Vogel, Madhavi Thampi, Rudolf Dolzer, Matthias Herdegen
Berghahn Books, Jan 1, 2005 - History - 256 pages
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This volume brings together thirteen papers to capture the interaction between India and China in the colonial world. Lucidly written, these essays are especially interesting in the context of the current political and economic relations between the two countries. Each essay covers not only trade and cultural relations and the establishment of overseas communities but also the links between the political struggles in the two countries as well as some aspects of the situation during and after the Second World War.

Madhavi Thampiteaches Chinese History in the Department of East Asian Studies of Delhi University. She is the author ofIndians in China, 1800-1949 (Manohar, 2005). She is currently researching the role of the China Trade in the growth and development of Mumbai.

  

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Contents

CULTURAL INTERACTION
4
Asiya Siddiqi
21
Ramakrishna Chatterjee
55
Sisir Kumar Das
85
Huang Chihlien
126
B R Deepak
139
Avinash Mohan Saklani
167
Girish Chandra Mait i
184
Shalini Saksena
199
Surjit Mansingh
224
Appendix
246
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