A history of India, Volume 2
Penguin Books, Jun 1, 1990 - History - 304 pages
This Second Volume Of A Classic Introduction To India'S History Deals With The Mughal And British Periods, Tracing The Continuities That Pervaded Them. Mughal Rule Is Seen As The Precondition For The Modern Age Ushered In By The British, And The Raj As The Harbinger Of Western Civilization In India.
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The best general history of India that I've read written by an outstanding scholar of Indian history. Makes a good combination with Ayesha Jalal & Sugata Bose's Modern South Asia. Read full review
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Absolutely the most readable early introduction to Indian history-readable and brilliant. Read full review