Colonial Narratives/Cultural Dialogues: Discoveries of India in the Language of Colonialism

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Index

a
acculturation, indigenous 71
adaptations, Shakespeare 136 , 138-45
Aeneas 42 , 44
Africa, decolonization movement 5-6
Africanus 20
Agra 42
Akbar, Mogul emperor 98
Aleppo 42
Alkazi, Ibrahim 178-9
Americas, discovery of 8
Anderson, Benedict 155 , 160-1 , 164 , 188
Andha Yug (The Blind Age) (Bharati) 160 , 177-8 , 180-5
Anglicists, cultural values 123
Anglicization, Indians 127
Anglo-Indian gentry 54
Arabic, history of 125
Archbishop of Canterbury 20 , 32
Aryans 10 , 53
Asaph Chan, Mogul court 31 , 35
Asiatic Society 3 , 10 , 66 , 69
assassination, Mahatma Gandhi 168
Awasthi, Suresh 145 , 150 , 177 , 188

b
bachelorhood, expatriate 90
Bacon, Roger 132
Bagchee, Moni 68
Bagchi, Jasodhara 131-3 , 140 , 150
Bahadur, Moulvi Khan 94
Ballhatchet, Kenneth 80 , 113 , 118
Bandmann’s Company 122
Banians 19 , 21-2
Barnam Vana146
Barr, Pat 87 , 118 ;
education 89 ;
women 82 , 91 , 92-3 , 97
battle of Plassey 52 , 54
Bengal Magazine129
Bengal Renaissance 12 , 93 , 124 , 132 , 138 , 140
Bengali theater 135-9 ;
Shakespeare adaptations 139-40
Bennewitz, Fritz 137
Bentham, Jeremy 85 , 89
Bentinck, William 98
Best, Thomas 29
Bhabha, Homi 6 , 155
Bharata 154
Bharata Mata (Mother India) 178-4
Bharati, Dharamvir 14 , 160-1
Bharucha, Rustom 142 , 143 , 147-8 , 151
Bharvani, Shakuntala 147 , 151
Bhattacharya, Santwana 137 , 145 , 151
Bhattacharya, S. K. 130 , 137 , 140 , 151
Bible 129
Biddulph letters 21
Black Skin, White Masks (Fanon) 126-7
The Blind Age (Andha Yug) (Bharati) 14 , 160-1
Bongie, Chris 88 , 118

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