Subordinate and Marginal Groups in Early India

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Aloka Parasher-Sen, Professor of History Aloka Parasher-Sen
Oxford University Press, 2004 - History - 448 pages
This collection of eleven essays, part of the Themes in Indian History Series, discusses different historiographical approaches to the study of subordinate and marginal groups in early India. Parasher-Sen attempts to understand the historical roots of social oppression and exclusion in the subcontinent, thus making an early historical phenomenon directly relevant to an issue that causes concern even today.

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Introduction
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NorthEast India
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As Depicted
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