Precolonial and colonial Punjab: society, economy, politics, and culture : essays for Indu Banga
This Study In 2 Parts Begins With The Geographical And Cultural Perspectives On The Early Punjab, And The Migration And Settlement Of Jatts By The Seventeenth Century. The First Part Dwells On Different Aspects Of Socio-Cultural Life In Northwestern India In The Precolonial Times, Whereas The Second Part Brings Out Multi-Faceted Change In The Region Under The Colonial Rule. This Volume Breaks Fresh Ground In Regional History And Raises Some Significant Issues Of Historical Methodology And Interdisciplinary Approach.
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Reflections on Geographical Perspectives
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