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Bina Parasramka, Jeani Mohindra, Kalp Mithal, Loke Rajye Laxmi Devi, Monish Gujral Of Moti Mahal, Prima Kurien, Purnima Kachru, Pushpita Singh, Rita D’Souza, Rocky Mohan, Sujit Bose, Vijaylakshmi Baig,Vimla And Deb Kumar Mukerji Listings

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1 Bina Parasramka, Jeani Mohindra, Kalp Mithal, Loke Rajye Laxmi Devi, Monish Gujral of Moti Mahal, Prima Kurien, Purnima Kachru, Pushpita Singh, Rita D’Souza, Rocky Mohan, Sujit Bose, Vijaylakshmi Baig,Vimla and Deb Kumar Mukerji
1000 Great Indian Recipes- The Ultimate Book of Indian Cuisine
Roli Books; New Delhi, India; 2005; 8174363459 / 9788174363459; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Never before has a bank of over 1000 recipes from every region of India been compiled in one volume. For the first time ever in a single book this rich compilation prepared by the master chefs of India, for Roli Books in over 25 years, teaches you how to cook and capture the tastes, aromas, and flavours of Goa, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, in the south...Kashmir, Punjab in the north... Bengal in the east…Rajasthan in the mid-west...Gujarat in the western coastal region...cashew nuts and coconuts...saffron and sage...cardamom and cumin...tandoors and woks...stir fry, shallow fry, deep fry...hot chillies and cool yoghurt. If variety is the spice of life you will learn to prepare the raw mango soup, the sweet-and-sour red pumpkin of Gujarat; the fenugreek potatoes of Punjab; the turnips in tomato curry of Kashmir; the spicy lamb curry of Rajasthan; Goa sausage rolls; the fish with yoghurt of Bengal; the beaten rice with coconut of Kerala. But these are only a sprinkling of the fare contained in this ultimate Indian cookbook. Printed Pages: 528. 033000

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2 Purnima Bose
Organising Empire: Individualism, Collective Agency and India
Zubaan; New Delhi, India; 8189884018 / 9788189884017; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Organizing Empire critically examines how concepts of individualism functioned to support and resist British imperialism in India. Through readings of British colonial and Indian nationalist narratives that emerged in parliamentary debates, popular colonial histories, newslettes, memoirs, biographies, and novels, Purnima Bose investigates the ramifications of reducing collective activism to individual intentions. Paying particular attention to the construction of gender, she shows that ideas of individualism rhetorically and theoretically bind colonials, feminists, nationalists, and neocolonials to one another. She demonstrates how reliance on ideas of the individual - as scapegoat or hero - enabled colonial and neocolonial powers to deny the violence that they perpetrated. At the same time, she shows how analyses of the role of the individual provide a window into the dynamics and limitations of state formations and feminist and nationalist resistance movements. From a historically grounded feminist perspective, Bose offers four case studies, each of which illuminates a distinct individualising rhetorical strategy. She looks at the parliamentary debates on the Amritsar Massacre of 1919, in which several hundred unarmed Indian protestors were killed; Margaret Cousin's firsthand account of feminist organizing in Ireland and India; Kalpana Dutt's memoir of the Bengali Terrorist Movement of the 1930s, which was modeled in part on Irish anti-colonial activity, and the popular histories generated by ex-colonial officials and their wives. Bringing to the fore the constraints that colonial domination placed upon agency and activism, Organizing Empire highlights the complexity of the multiple narratives that constitute Britihs colonial history. Contents Acknowledgements Introduction 1 Rogue-Colonial Individualism: General Dyer, Colonial Masculinity, Intentionality, and the Amritsar Massacre 2 Feminist-Nationalist Individualism: Margaret Cousins, Activism, and Witnessing 3. Heroic-Nationalist Individualism: Kalpana Dutt, Gender and the Bengali. Printed Pages: 290. 027127

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3 Purnima Bose
Organizing Empire: Individualism, Collective Agency & India
Zubaan; New Delhi, India; 8189884018 / 9788189884017; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Organizing Empire critically examines how concepts of individualism functioned to support and resist British imperialism in India. Through readings of British colonial and Indian nationalist narratives that emerged in parliamentary debates, popular colonial histories, newslettes, memoirs, biographies, and novels, Purnima Bose investigates the ramifications of reducing collective activism to individual intentions. Paying particular attention to the construction of gender, she shows that ideas of individualism rhetorically and theoretically bind colonials, feminists, nationalists, and neocolonials to one another. She demonstrates how reliance on ideas of the individual - as scapegoat or hero - enabled colonial and neocolonial powers to deny the violence that they perpetrated. At the same time, she shows how analyses of the role of the individual provide a window into the dynamics and limitations of state formations and feminist and nationalist resistance movements. From a historically grounded feminist perspective, Bose offers four case studies, each of which illuminates a distinct individualising rhetorical strategy. She looks at the parliamentary debates on the Amritsar Massacre of 1919, in which several hundred unarmed Indian protestors were killed; Margaret Cousin's firsthand account of feminist organizing in Ireland and India; Kalpana Dutt's memoir of the Bengali Terrorist Movement of the 1930s, which was modeled in part on Irish anti-colonial activity, and the popular histories generated by ex-colonial officials and their wives. Bringing to the fore the constraints that colonial domination placed upon agency and activism, Organizing Empire highlights the complexity of the multiple narratives that constitute Britihs colonial history. Contents Acknowledgements Introduction 1 Rogue-Colonial Individualism: General Dyer, Colonial Masculinity, Intentionality, and the Amritsar Massacre 2 Feminist-Nationalist Individualism: Margaret Cousins, Activism, and Witnessing 3. Heroic-Nationalist Individualism: Kalpana Dutt, Gender and the Bengali Printed Pages: 290. 034014

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