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Early modern India—a period extending from the fifteenth to the late eighteenth century—saw dramatic cultural, religious, and political changes as it went from Sultanate to Mughal to early colonial rule. Text and Tradition in Early Modern North India brings together recent scholarship on the languages, literatures, and religious traditions of northern India. It focuses on the rise of vernacular languages as vehicles for literary expression and historical and religious self-assertion, and particularly attends to ways in which these regional spoken languages connect with each other and their cosmopolitan counterparts. PRINTED PAGES: 490.
Title: Text and Tradition in Early Modern North India
Publisher: New Delhi, Oxford University Press: 2018
ISBN 13: 9780199478866
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Seller ID: 900596
Keywords: Text and Tradition in Early Modern North India Tyler Williams & Anshu Malhotra and John S. Hawley (EDS)