Warfare Religion and Society in Indian History

By: Raziuddin Aquil & Kaushik Roy (Eds)

Price: $49.90

Quantity: 500 available

Book Condition: New


Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Breaking the thigh and the Warrior code/Torkel Brekke. 2. Dispatching Kafirs to hell?: the languages of warfare, politics and religion in the Delhi Sultanate/Raziuddin Aquil. 3. India's Military revolution: the view from early sixteenth century Deccan/Richard M. Eaton. 4. Rethinking early Mughal warfare: Babur's pitched battles, 1499-1529/Pratyay Nath. 5. Territories wars nation: chronicling Ahom Mughal confrontation/Arupjyoti Saikia. 6. Responses to religion and politics: Riti-kal poetry c 121550-1850/Sandhya Sharma. 7. Indian Subaltern autobiographies: two Asian officers in the eighteenth century Bengal Army/Michael H. Fisher. 8. Strategies under stress: army management and environment in late pre-colonial Bahawalpur/Richard B. Barnett. 9. Science and secularization of war: transition in siege warfare in South Asia from medieval to modern times/Kaushik Roy. 10. The nation within British India at War, 1939-1947/C.A. Bayly. Select bibliography. Index. This volume includes essays on a wide range of themes, marked by various distinct approaches to the study of connections between religion and warfare in Indian history from earliest times to the present. Printed Pages: 342

Title: Warfare Religion and Society in Indian History

Author Name: Raziuddin Aquil & Kaushik Roy (Eds)

Categories: Deffence/ MIlitary History, India,

Publisher: New Delhi, Manohar Publishers & Distributors:

ISBN: 8173049580

ISBN 13: 9788173049583

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 1200759

Keywords: Warfare Religion and Society in Indian History Raziuddin Aquil & Kaushik Roy (Eds)