Peasant Pasts: History and Memory in Western India

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One 23
  • 1- Ranchod 25
  • 2- The Bhagat and the Miracle 28
  • 3- Dharala/Koli/Swordsman 30
  • 4- The Patidars and the Kanbis 34
  • 5- Becoming a Colonial Emissary 39
  • 6- The Mukhi and the Fouzdar 44
  • 7- Monitoring Peasants 46
  • 8- Prophesy Unfulfilled 48
  • 9- Defeating the Plague, Controlling Dharalas 50
  • 10- The Dakore Pilgrimage 52
  • 11- The King’s Procession 55
  • 12- Ranchod’s Letter 58
  • 13- The Book Collection 62
  • 14- Kashi Patra- Acirculating Letter 64
  • 15- The Practice of Cutting Trees 67
  • 16- Official Battle Narratives 69
  • 17- Dharala Battle Narratives 72
  • 18- The Arrests 75
  • 19- Ranchod’s Testimony 77
  • 20- The King Ship 79
  • 21- Friends and Enemies of the King 84
  • 22- Symbols of Legitimacy 87
  • 23- Oral Culture and Written Culture 91
  • 24- The Criminal Case 94
  • 25- The Aftermath 98
  • Part Two 99
  • 26- Politics Continued 101
  • 27- Age of Darkness 103
  • 28- Daduram 106
  • 29- Surveillance 109
  • 30- The Politics of Food 111
  • 31- "The Dignity of Labor " 114
  • 32- The Baraiya Conference Movement 116
  • 33- Contesting Nationalism 118
  • 34- Peasant Freedom 119
  • 35- Police Reorganization 120
  • 36- The Criminal Tribes Act 122
  • 37- Under Ground Activities 127
  • 38- "My Land Campaign" 128
  • 39- The Labor Strike 130
  • 40- The Kheda Satyagraha 132
  • 41- Strikes and Raids 136
  • 42- Nationalizin Gdharala Raids 140
  • 43- A Second "No-Revenue Campaign" 142
  • 44- Deporting Dharalas 144
  • 45- The Punitive Police Tax 146
  • 46- "To Forget Past Enmities" 148
  • 47- Ravishankar Vyas 151
  • 48- The Last "N O-Revenue Campaign" 153
  • 49- The Coming of the Postcolonial 156
  • 50- Becoming Indian 158
  • Part Three 161
  • 51- Small Discoveries 163
  • 52- Chaklasi 169
  • 53- Daduram’s Legacies 172
  • 54- Returning to Kheda 184
  • 55- Kalasinh Durbar 186
  • 56- Raghupura 189
  • 57- Local Knowledge 193
  • 58- Hidden Histories 198
  • 59- Erasing the Past 201
  • 60- Narsiram 203
  • 61- Seeing Daduram 207
  • 62- Dayaram 212
  • 63- Narsi Bhagat 218
  • 64- History without Ends 224
  • Conclusion 227
  • Abbreviations 233
  • Notes 235
  • Glossary 279
  • Bibliography 283
  • Index 301
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