Rethinking Early Medieval India

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ISBN:

9780198086062

Publication date:

24/05/2012

Paperback

384 pages

215.0x140.0mm

Price: 445.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198086062

Publication date:

24/05/2012

Paperback

384 pages

215.0x140.0mm

Upinder Singh

Suitable for: The thought-provoking essays, along with the incisive and critical Introduction, will interest students and teachers of ancient and medieval Indian history.

Rights:  World Rights

Upinder Singh

Description

This book changes the way we look at the history of early medieval India (c. 600–1300 ce). Raising questions about periodization, it highlights the complex and multilinear nature of historical processes in the subcontinent. Apart from analysing the theoretical debates, the nature of political systems, and urban and rural economy and society, the volume also discusses gender, religion, art, language and ideas, thereby expanding the lens through which we view the history of pre-Sultanate and non-Sultanate early medieval India.

Upinder Singh

Upinder Singh

Upinder Singh

Upinder Singh

Description

This book changes the way we look at the history of early medieval India (c. 600–1300 ce). Raising questions about periodization, it highlights the complex and multilinear nature of historical processes in the subcontinent. Apart from analysing the theoretical debates, the nature of political systems, and urban and rural economy and society, the volume also discusses gender, religion, art, language and ideas, thereby expanding the lens through which we view the history of pre-Sultanate and non-Sultanate early medieval India.

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