Robber noblemen: a study of the political system of the Sikh Jats
The Focus Of The Analysis In This Volume Centres On The Manner In Which Factions Among The Sikh Jats In A Particular Local Area Of The Central Punjab Are Manipulated By A Political Leader At State Level To Eliminate Political Rivals And Competitors In An Attempt To Centralize Power. Stamp Of Previous Owner On The Title Page. Without Dust Jacket But In Excellent Condition Otherwise.
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Significant events in Jat history
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1967 elections administration affinal agricultural Ajmer Akali alignments allegiance Amritsar Amritsar district area leaders associated Baljinder Balwant basis Bhag block samiti brothers caste central chapter Chief Minister clan cm's coalition Congress party connexions constituency district dominance Doraha Doraha-Payal-Sirhind area economic elections enmities example favour fieldwork area gurudwaras Hardev Harnam Hindu honour India influence interests izzat Jats Kairon faction Khalsa Khatris Kulwant S.'s family labourers landlord lieutenants Ludhiana Maharajah Master Tara Mazhbis Mihan misl Mohan murder Muslim Nehru occasions officer opponents opposing faction organization paarti Pakistan Partap Patiala patronage Payal pepsu period persons police political leader political patron political system position protection province Punjabi-speaking Rarewala faction relationships rivalry rule rupees rural areas Santokh sarpanc Satnam sgpc Sikh Sikh community sirdar Sirhind situation small proprietors social society Sociology structure truck units upward link Uttar Pradesh vertical links Vidhan Sabha West Punjab
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