A History of India
This new edition of Burton Stein's classic A History of India builds on the success of the original to provide an updated narrative of the development of Indian society, culture, and politics from 7000 BC to the present.
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simple explanations make this book to be read 2wise, well book contains historical happpenings relevant to a history student , but this content even makes a normal reader to digg information about freedom struggle
administrative agrarian Akbar ancient army Aryan Ashoka Asia Aurangzeb became began Bengal Bihar Bombay brahmans British Buddhist Calcutta campaign capital caste cent central centre Chola cities civil clans colonial communists communities Congress constituted cultural Deccan Delhi dominant early East India Company economic electronic edition Plate European Gandhi Ganges Gangetic plain groups Gujarat Gupta Hindu ideology Image not available imperial independent institutions Islam Jaina Jainism Jinnah Karnataka kingdom kings labour land landlords later leaders Madras Mahabharata mahajanapadas major Maratha Mauryan medieval Mehrgarh ment military modern movement Mughal nationalist Nehru nineteenth century northern officials Pakistan Pallava Party peasant peninsula peshwa political population provinces Punjab Rajput reform regime regional religion religious revenue royal rule rulers rural Sanskrit Shah Shiva shudras Sikhs social society soldiers Stein subcontinent sultans Tamil temples territory tion trade untouchables urban Vijayanagara Vishnu western women