Peasantry in India
A Brief Study Of Peasantry In India Is Undertaken By The Author Who Has Earlier Made A Study Of Colonialism In This Country. He Has Probed Into The Roots Of Underdevelopment In The Country And Has Examined British Domination In Its Different Aspects. The Author Has Made Use Of And Interpreted Social Theories And Ideas To Make His Study Systematic. Peasant Studies Are Increasingly Coming Up In India. The Book Is A Modest Addition To The Literature Of This Genre. In This Book, The Author Has Touched Upon Peasant-Worker Alliance. He Has Also Examined The Important Aspects Of Modernization Of Peasantry In India. The Author Is Engaged In More Studies In The Same Discipline.
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