India's Road to Nationhood: A Political History of the Subcontinent

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Allied Publishers, 2005 - India - 582 pages
 

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Contents

Early States on Indian Soil
1
The Aryans in the Punjab
10
The Ganges Valley before the Advent of the Aryans
20
The Ganges Empire
27
The Aryans in the Ganges Valley 1000322 B C
29
The Mauryan Empire 32285 B C
44
Foreign Policy and Decay of the Mauryan Empire
48
The Cultural Development in Mauryan Period
53
Indian Resistance and Causes for its Defeat A D 11001500
225
The Hindus under Islamic Rule
239
Concluding Observations to Part V A D 12001500
246
The Moghul Empire
251
Dyarchy in the Ganges Valley A D 15251556
253
The Moghul Realm from Akbar to Shah Jahan A D 15551659
256
Foreign Policies of the Moghul Empire
267
Aurangzeb and the Disintegration of the Moghul Empire After 1659
287

Rebuilding of the Empire by the Guptas A D 320500
58
The Economy of the Ganges Empire
65
The Ganges Empire of Kanauj A D 606 to about 1000
71
The Idea of Political Unity in India
81
India in the Context of World History 1000 B C to A D 1000
86
The South The Deccan and the Indian Influence Overseas
93
The Kingdoms of the Tamils
95
The Deccan Realm 50 B C A D 1100
109
The State of Vijayanagar A D 13361585
119
Indias Overseas Trade and its Political Significance
128
India and SouthEast Asia
136
Zones and Frontiers
151
The NorthWest Frontier
153
Problems of Indias Northern Frontier 151
166
NorthEast Frontier Problems
178
Rajasthan The Land of the Rajputs
182
The Buffer Zone between the Ganges and Deccan Realms
186
Concluding Observations to Part IV
190
Islam in India
195
Islam in Northern India
197
The Moslems in the Deccan and in the South
217
The Struggle for the Heritage of the Moghul Empire
293
Rise of New Hindus States A D 16401849
295
The Moslem Successor States
307
The Europeans in India
312
Changes in the Situation of India in Foreign Affairs
324
The British in India
327
British Indias Foreign Policy
348
Basic Issues
365
The Indian Renaissance
367
The Concept of Nation in India
376
The Indian Moslems
386
The Exponents of the Liberation Movement and its Objectives
394
Methods Used in the Struggle
398
Indian Resistance to the East India Company
407
The Year of Independence 1947
491
Was Pakistan Unavoidable?
497
Foreign Policy of Independent India
551
Concluding Remarks
569
166
573
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