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Communalism and the Writing of Indian History: Essays by three celebrated historians

24 August 2014

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Papers by three of India’s best known historians that were written for a seminar in 1968 on Communalism in India. They have since then been regularly reproduced jointly as a little booklet, for wide diffusion. This booklet published by the PPH in Delhi has now long been out of print. [It has been digitised by sacw.net in public interest]

Contents:

  • Communalism and the Writing of Ancient Indian History
    by Romila Thapar
  • Medieval Indian History and the Communal Approach
    by Harbans Mukhia
  • Historians of Modern India and Communalism
    by Bipan Chandra

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Communalism and the Writing of Indian History
Contents:
Communalism and the Writing of Ancient Indian History
by Romila Thapar
Medieval Indian History and the Communal Approach
by Harbans Mukhia
Historians of Modern India and Communalism
by Bipan Chandra
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