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Interpreting early India / Romila Thapar

By: Thapar, Romila | .
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Oxford paperbacks: Publisher: Delhi ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1993Description: 181 p ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0195633423; 9780195633429.Subject(s): India -- Civilization -- To 1200 | India -- Historiography | Civilization | India -- Historiography | India -- History -- 324 B.C.-1000 A.D | India -- Social conditions -- To 1200DDC classification: 954
Contents:
1. Ideology and the Interpretation of Early Indian History -- 2. Durkheim and Weber on Theories of Society and Race Relating to Pre-colonial India -- 3. Imagined Religious Communities? Ancient History and the Modern Search for a Hindu Identity -- 4. The Contribution of D.D. Kosambi to Indology -- 5. Early India: an Overview -- 6. Society and Historical Consciousness: The Itihasa-purana Tradition.
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General Books General Books CUTN Central Library

This is a searchable open catalogue of all library of the Central University of Tamil Nadu.

History & Geography
Non-fiction 954 THA (Browse shelf) 1 Available 2409

First published: 1992

1. Ideology and the Interpretation of Early Indian History --
2. Durkheim and Weber on Theories of Society and Race Relating to Pre-colonial India --
3. Imagined Religious Communities? Ancient History and the Modern Search for a Hindu Identity --

4. The Contribution of D.D. Kosambi to Indology --


5. Early India: an Overview --


6. Society and Historical Consciousness: The Itihasa-purana Tradition.

Includes bibliographical footnotes and index

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