An Agrarian History of South Asia

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THE NEW CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF INDIA

I The Mughals and Their Contemporaries

*M. N. PEARSON, The Portuguese in India
*BURTON STEIN, Vijayanagara
*MILO CLEVELAND BEACH, Mughal and Rajput Painting
*CATHERINE ASHER, Architecture of Mughal India
+ *JOHN F. RICHARDS, The Mughal Empire
*GEORGE MICHELL, Architecture and Art of Southern India
*GEORGE MICHELL, and MARK ZEBROWSKI, Architecture and Art of the Deccan Sultanates
RICHARD M. EATON, Social History of the Deccan
BRUCE R. LAWRENCE, Indian Sufism and the Islamic world


II Indian States and the Transition to Colonialism

+ *C. A. BAYLY, Indian Society and the Making of the British Empire
*P. J. MARSHALL, Bengal: the British Bridgehead: Eastern India 1740–1828
+ *J. S. GREWAL, The Sikhs of the Punjab
*STEWART GORDON, The Marathas 1600–1818
*OM PRAKASH, European Commercial Enterprise in Pre-Colonial India
RICHARD B. BARNETT, Muslim Successor States
DAVID WASHBROOK, South India


III The Indian Empire and the Beginnings of Modern Society

* KENNETH W. JONES, Social and Religious Reform Movements in British India
*SUGATA BOSE, Peasant Labour and Colonial Capital: Rural Bengal since 1770
+ *B. R. TOMLINSON, The Economy of Modern India, 1860–1970
+ *THOMAS R. METCALF, Ideologies of the Raj
DAVID ARNOLD, Science, Technology and Medicine in Colonial India
GORDON JOHNSON, Government and Politics in India
B. N. RAMUSACK, The Indian Princes and their States


IV The Evolution of Contemporary South Asia

+ *PAUL R. BRASS, The Politics of India since Independence: Second Edition
*GERALDINE FORBES, Women in Modern India
SUSAN BAYLY, Caste, Society and Politics in India from the Eighteenth Century to the Modern Age
DAVID LUDDEN, An Agrarian History of South Asia
RAJNARAYAN CHANDAVARKAR, The Urban Working Classes
FRANCIS ROBINSON, Islam in South Asia
ANIL SEAL, The Transfer of Power and the Partition of India
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