Shiptown: Between Rural and Urban North India

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Table of contents

  • Contemporary Ethnography ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I- Origins, Gateways, Dwellings, Routes, Histories 15
  • Chapter 1- Legends of Names, Snakes, and Compassion 17
  • Chapter 2- Entries Five Gates and a Window 29
  • Chapter 3- Colony Suburban Satisfaction 65
  • Chapter 4- Streets Everyone Loves a Parade 101
  • Chapter 5- Depths Minas and Jains Inside, outside, Underground 153
  • Part II- Ecology, Love, Money 187
  • Chapter 6- questioning Landscapes of Trees and a River 189
  • Chapter 7- Teaching Hearts a Triple Wedding 211
  • Chapter 8- Talking Business Commerce and Cosmology 247
  • Epilogue- Wondrous Jahazpur 278
  • Notes 287
  • Glossary 305
  • References 307
  • Index 319
  • Acknowledgments 329
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