Author: Satish Chandra
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN/UPC (if available): 978-0-19-565913-9
The essays included in this volume explore the interconnections between society, economy, religion and state, and their interaction with political processes in medieval India.
This is a valuable reference source for all students and scholars of Mughal history, bringing together the various strands of a lifetime of work by a renowned medievalist.
‘This volume is an anthology of valuable essays by Prof. Satish Chandra, published earlier different journals and books. Since the earliest of these essays was written in 1946, the shape and direction history writing have undergone a tremendous change. The essays in this collection reflect – and have also been responsible for determining – new currents in history writing over the last few decades.’
- The Book Review
A. SOCIETY AND STATE
B. SOCIETY AND COUNTRYSIDE
D. RELIGION AND STATE
E. POLITICAL PROCESSES