The Cambridge Economic History of India: c.1200-c.1750

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Tapan Raychaudhuri, Irfan Habib, Dharma Kumar
CUP Archive, 1982 - Business & Economics - 543 pages
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Examines the history of India during the period c. 1200 c. 1750.
  

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Contents

The Geographical Background by Irfan Hab1b
1
Some General Considerations of
14
Northern India under the Sultanate
45
Vijayanagara c 13501564
102
The Maritime Trade of India 12 5
135
Population
163
The State and the Economy
172
a Note
193
NonAgricultural Production
261
Inland Trade
325
Monetary System and Prices
360
Foreign Trade
382
Towns and Cities
434
Standard of Living
458
Maharashtra and the Deccan
471
Appendix The Medieval Economy of Assam
478

by H Fukazawa Professor of Economics Hitotsubashi
203
The Systems of Agricultural Production
214
Agrarian Relations and Land Revenue
235
Bibliography
506
Index
536
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About the author (1982)

Penderel Moon was an ICS officer in the British government that ruled India. He was a witness to the events of the Partition. Tapan Raychaudhuri was formerly Professor of History at St Antony's College, Oxford. Mark Tully is a journalist and was formerly the BBC correspondent in India.

Irfan Habib was Professor, Centre of Advanced Study in History, Aligarh Muslim University, India, until 1994.

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