Encyclopaedic History of Indian Freedom Movement

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Anmol Publications Pvt. Limited, Sep 1, 2002 - India - 7326 pages
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The Story Of European Expansion In Asia Forms One Of The Great Epics Of Modern Times. India Was The Cornerstone Of European Imperialism In Asia. It Was The Lure Of The Lucrative Indian Trade Which Incited European Adventurers To Seek A New Route To India, Thus Inaugurating A New Era Of Contact Between These Two Distant Lands. Among The Four Ambitious European Powers In Asia, The British Empire Was Most Enduing And Prosperous One. And India Was The Finest Jewel Of The British Dominion.This Encyclopaedic Study Is Phased Into Two Most Significant And Historic Diversions Having Deep Bearing On Varied Kinds Of Events Which Moulded The Destiny Of Millions Of People Of Indian Sub-Continent. These Events Having Complete Political Overtones Became A Glaring Phenomenon With The Downfall Of The Mughal Empire Almost With The Commencement Of The 18Th Century.The Present Second Lot Of Ten Volumes Covers The Following Themes: Lord Wellesley And Policy; Marathas And Their Administration; Emergence Of Maharaja Ranjit Singh; British Policy Of Intervention And Expansion; Lord Hastings And His Administrative Measures; Lord William Bentinck And Metcalfe: Era Of Reforms; Raja Rammohaun Roy: The Reformer; Ranjit Singh: Administration And British Policy; History Of Anglo-Sikh Wars; Mutiny And Its Aftermath Etc.This Multi-Volumes Study Would Take Up Several Themes, Viz. Political, Socio-Economic, Religious, Constitutional, Educational, Press, Revolutionaries, Local Pioneers, Legislation, Revenues And Judicial Policy, On-Going Process Of Reaction Etc.

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