Modern Haryana: History and Culture, 1803-1966
This Book On The Variegated And Multimorphous History Of Haryana Covers The Modren Period, From 1803 When The British Occupied This Region To 1966 When It Became A Full Fledged State, It Is By And Large A Painful Story, For About 143 Years The British Exploited The Region To The Hilt To Satisfy Their Colonial Greed And Imperial Designs, The Haryanavi People Waged A Long, Bloody Struggle Against The Imperialist Forces Of Oppression, Exploitation, And Deprivation, This Is In Brief, What This Book Is All About.
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Ahirs Ambala Division April arrested Arya Samaj attacked Bahadur Ballabhgarh became Bengal Bhiwani Brahmanas British authorities British forces castes cavalry cent century Chand chief classes Congress courts Dadri Delhi Delhi Division Department deputy commissioner Division Records fight Foreign Secret Consultations freedom Gandhiji gave Gurgaon District Hansi Haryana Haryana region Haryanavis Hindi Hindu Hisar District Hisar District Gazetteer Hodson Ibid India Infantry jagir Jats Jhajjar Jind joined K.C. Yadav Kaithal Karnal Khan Kurukshetra Ladwa land large number leaders living Mahendragarh Meos Mewat movement Mughal Murlidhar Muslim Narnaul nationalist nawab officers Palwal Panipat pargana peasants period under study police political population position prince Provinces Punjab Government Raja Rajasthan Rajputs Ranghars rebels regiment revenue Revolt Rewari Rohtak scholar schools sepoys Settlement Report Shri Ram Sharma Sikhs Singh Sirsa social Sonepat Table tehsil Thanesar took towns Tula Ram Unionists Urdu village Wahabi Yamuna Zafar