A History of Modern India by Ishita Banerjee-Dube PDF

By Ishita Banerjee-Dube

This e-book presents an interpretive and entire account of the heritage of India among the eighteenth and 20th centuries, a vital epoch characterised by means of colonialism, nationalism and the emergence of the autonomous Indian Union. It explores major historiographical debates about the interval whereas highlighting very important new matters, specially these of gender, ecology, caste, and labour. The paintings combines an research of colonial and self sufficient India with a view to underscore ideologies, rules, and procedures that formed the colonial kingdom and proceed to mildew the Indian nation.

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