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Ancient India(134 clicks)
Evolution of Indian Civilizations.Archives of Indian Labour(140 clicks)
This is a unique online digital archives devoted to preservation and dissemination of labour history of India.
Collections include government commisions on labour,trade union records and onunorganised and informal sector workers.Cartoons from the "Hindi Punch" : 1904(145 clicks)
Colonial Lists/Indian Power(133 clicks)
Subtitle: Identity Politics in Nineteenth Centry Telegu-Speaking India. Book by Michael Katten.Harappa(129 clicks)
The story of the ancient Indus Valley and the Raj through images and the words of leading scholars.History of the Madras Army (1883)(123 clicks)
by William John Wilson.
"Military history is a relatively new branch of historical inquiry in India. However, the post mutiny period in the nineteenth century saw a robust interest in matters military and the volumes on the Madras Army are classics in their own right. Though written from an obviously British point of view, the volumes display a vast fund of knowledge on (a) training and recruitment (b) Native battalions and their participation in wars and campaigns and (c)battle tactics."History of the Sikhs(131 clicks)
"This site is roughly divided into Six Categories which are, Sikh Gurus, Sikh Martyrs,Sikh Warriors, Historical Events,Modern Sikh Personalities and Sikh institutes."
Indian Christianity News Digest Books Enquiries Reference Research Resources(126 clicks)
Provides exhaustive athoritative information for Christianity in India all denominations churches missions. Nazraney Menachery Mar thoma Christians Malabar Malankara Indian Traffic: Identities in Question in Colonial and Postcolonial India(147 clicks)
Scholarly book by Parama RoyIt's Personal Before It's Political: Ambition and Angst in the Lives of Indian Civil Servants(129 clicks)
1880-1950. "More than a lesson about the evils of colonialism, the individual experiences of students, Indian civil servants, and others in that professional class reveal the powerful feelings of fear and desire, expectancy and impatience, that went into India's movement toward Independence."
Kamat's Potpourri(141 clicks)
The History, Mystery, and Diversity of India.
KODUNGALLUR Cradle of Christianity in India(116 clicks)
Provides exhaustive athoritative information for Palayur Palayoor Christianity in India all denominations churches missions. Nazraney Menachery Mar thoma Christians Malabar Malankara Kodungallur Palayur Niranam Quilon Parur(125 clicks)
Provides exhaustive athoritative information for Palayur Palayoor Christianity in India all denominations churches missions. Nazraney Menachery Mar thoma Christians Malabar Malankara Kodungallur: the Cradle of Christianity in India(142 clicks)
"Kodungallur, known as Musiris in the whole ancient world, and where St. Thomas the Apostle first landed in our India, was till the 15th century the "Rome" of India both as the centre of the Indian Church and as its gateway to world-trade through its famous harbour at the mouth of the river Periyar."
Mughal Monarchs(131 clicks)
An Introduction to the Mughal Dynasty and Mughal AgraRhetoric and Ritual in Colonial India: The Shaping of a Public Culture in Surat City, 1852-1928(128 clicks)
Scholarly book by Douglas E. HaynesSalt March(119 clicks)
The Salt March is today worldwide acknowledged as the one event that shook the British Empire to its core. The year 2005 is the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Great Salt March.
The 1971 India-Pakistan War(139 clicks)
The autobiography of an Indian princess(121 clicks)
The life story of the author; HRH Sunita Devee, the late Maharani of Cooch Beehar; consort to Maharajah Nripendra Narayan Bhup Bahadur. Travels of Dean Mahomet: An Eighteenth-Century Journey Through India(131 clicks)
Scholarly book edited with an introduction and biographical essay by Michael H. Fisher. Welcome to India(145 clicks)
General site on India.