Feudal Polity in Mewar, 1750-1850 A.D.
An Attempt To Study Afresh The Feudal Polity In Mewar During The Crucial Period Of One Century - 1750-1850. Studies The Inherent And Inbuit Contradiction In The Institutional Fabric Of Mewar Polity - The Rivalry Between Shaktawat-Chondawat Etc. Declining Of Power And Status Of Mewar And The State Coming Under The British Influence By The Treaty Of 1815. 8 Chapters - Bibliography - Index
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Capt Tod and the initiation of the era
Identification of the major areas of conflict
Nature of rights duties and privileges of
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