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Social Background of Indian Nationalismav A R Desai319
This historically significant text has been referred to for over sixty years as an indispensable body of knowledge for the understanding of the dynamics of Indian nationalism. This book presents a comprehensive study of the transformation of Indian society through a century and a half and the resultant rise of Indian nationalism in various forms?social, cultural, religious, economic and political. It gives a historical, synthetic and systematic account of the genesis of Indian nationalism.
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Employing the method of historical materialism to an analysis of Indian history of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the author has been able to single out and assess various forces that have contributed to the massiveness of nationalistic influence. This is virtually the only book that provides such a comprehensive and systematic account of the genesis of Indian nationalism and national consciousness. It has justly earned itself a valuable place in sociological literature.
This edition carries a foreword written by the noted historian Sumit Sarkar.
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This historically significant text has been referred to for over sixty years as an indispensable body of knowledge for the understanding of the dynamics of Indian nationalism. This book presents a comprehensive study of the transformation of India...
Foreword By Sumit Sarkar Preface to the Fifth Edition Preface to the Fourth Edition Preface to the Third Edition Preface to the Second Edition Preface to the First Edition Prologue Economy and Culture in Pre-British India British Conquest of India Transformation of Indian Agriculture Under British Rule Social Consequences of the Transformation of Indian Agriculture Decline of Town Handicrafts Decline of Village Artisan Industries Rise and Development of Modern Indian Industries Modern Means of Transport and Rise of Indian Nationalism The Role of Modern Education in the Development of Indian Nationalism Political and Administrative Unification of India Under the British Rule Rise of New Social Classes in India The Role of the Press in the Development of Modern Nationalism Social and Religious Reform Movements as the Expression of National Democratic Awakening Crusade Against Caste System Crusade Against Untouchability Movement for the Emancipation of Women Religious Reform Movements Among Hindus and Muslims Rise of Political Movements as the Expression of Indian Nationalism Problem of Nationalities and Minorities Epilogue Bibliography Index