Index
dullah, Sheikh, 147, 151, 152
Ackroyd, W. A., 180
Adi Granth, 38, 39
Age of Consent Bill, 65
Agriculture, 179-82, 206-7
Ahmad Khan, Sir Sayyid, 80
Ahmed Shah, 44
Akbar, Emperor, 35
Amritsar Congress ( 1956), 136, 202
Andhra State, 112
Animism, 41
Anstey, Dr. Vera, 181, 183
Arms Act, 63
Aryan invasion, 22et seq.
Arya samaj, 59
Associated Chambers of Commerce, 198
Attlee, C. R. (now Earl), 89
Auchinleck, F.M. Sir Claude, 97
Aurungzib, Emperor, 35
Avadi Congress ( 1955, 136, 201- 2
Azad Kashmir Army, 150
Babur, Emperor, 35
Backward classes, 124
Bandoeng Conference, 168, 173
Banerjea, Sir Surendranath, 63
Banking, 200, 214, 215
Bengal Asiatic Society, 53
Bengal, Dewani of, 45
Bengal, partition of: ( 1905), 65; ( 1947), 92, 95
Bentinck, Lord William, 55
Bezwada, 141
Bhagavad Gita, 26, 33
Bhakra-Nangal project, 156, 208
Bhore Committee, 235, 236
Bhubeneswar ( Orissa), 28
Birdwood, Lord, 95, 148
Birla, B. M., 201
Bombay Association, 63
Board of Trade Economic Survey ( 1949), 184
Boundary Force, 99
Bowles, Chester, 170
Brahmo Samaj, 58, 59
British capital in India, 70, 201, 228
British India Association, 63
British in India, 18, 42-86, 169
British investment in India, 70, 228
British legacy, 21
British policy in India, 93, 94
British Press attacks on Nehru 168, 169, 175
Buddhism, 40
Business (British) community 169, 199
Burma's relations with India, 174
Cabinet Mission ( 1946), 85
Calcutta, 45, 52, 53, 54, 141
Carey, William, 53
Caste system, 17, 29-33
'Cease fire' in Kashmir, 162
Ceylon, India's relations with, 174
Chandragupta, Emperor, 52
China, India's attitude to, 172- 74
Chittarajan locomotive works, 209
Christianity, 18, 40
Coal production, 222, 223

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