Bibliography
1. For the period up to August 15, 1947 A full bibliography will be found in The British Impact on India by the present writer, but the following books will probably be sufficient for the general reader:
A Survey of Indian History K. M. Panikkar
A Short History of India Moreland and Chatterjee
The Legacy of India Edited by G. T. Garratt
An Outline of the Religious Literature of India J. N.Farquhar
History of British India P. E. Roberts
India Valentine Chirol
Our Heritage Humayun Kabir
The Transfer of Power E. W. R. Lumby
Discovery of India Jawaharlal Nehru
Transfer of Power in India V. P. Menon
2. For the Period after the Transfer of Power
a. There are very few authoritative books on this period yet and the story is mainly to be found in the files of newspapers or in Government reports.
b. Books recommended are:
The Story of the Integration of the States V. P. Menon
Danger in Kashmir Josef Korbel
Two Nations and Kashmir Lord Birdwood
c. Government of India Reports of particular interest are as follows:
White Paper on Hyderabad 1948
White Paper on Indian States 1948
White Paper on Indian States 1950
Report of the States Reorganisation Commission 1955-
d. For economic affairs, the most important documents are the First and Second Five-year Plans and the Progress Reports of the Planning Commission. The Board of Trade's Overseas Economic Surveys of India, published in 1949 and 1952, are of great value for this period. The annual numbers of the Eastern Economist will also be found of considerable use.

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