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Book Details


Indian Agrarian Structure: Ancient to Early British
Elements of Continuity and Change: Collected Works of Professor B R Grover: Vol. 3
Amrita Grover, Dr. Anju Grover Chaudhary , J C Dua
Bibliography : xxiv, 370pp., Demy 8vo.
HB ISBN (10) : 8188629634
HB ISBN (13) : 9788188629633




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About the Book:

This volume is the third in the series of the Collected Works of (Late) Professor B R Grover. It is an attempt to present before the readers the writings of Professor B.R. Grover on agrarian problems from ancient to pre-British India. Based on original Persian, Urdu, Marathi, Sanskrit, English, archaeological, and epigraphical sources available in various Archives, Record Offices, and personal collections of erstwhile ?rajas? and officials at different places in India and abroad, these writings bring out several aspects and problems of the agrarian structure during successive periods, specifically highlighting the important aspects of elements of continuity and change from the early history of India to the pre-industrialized phase of this country.

Despite the fact that a majority of the writings being presented in this volume were finalized during the late 1950s and early 1960s and the books published after that period have neither been referred to nor commented upon, these writings are still very relevant and valuable as they have not only taken into consideration practically all the secondary and primary source material then available, but throw a new light on the understanding of the subjects/aspects discussed. With its in-depth analysis and multiple perspectives, this book should be of great interest equally to scholars and students of agrarian system of India.



About the Author:

Miss Amrita Grover, sister of late Professor B.R. Grover, is a distinguished historian in her own right. She is well versed with Professor Grover?s writings as they always discussed and exchanged their historical views with each other, even from their student days. Upon obtaining her master?s degree in History Honours with distinction and a Roll of Honour from Government College, Lahore, Punjab University, she initially taught at Inderprastha College and Miranda House for a few years and then joined the Indian Audit and Accounts Service. A graduate of National Defence College, New Delhi, Miss Grover retired as Accountant General and ex-officio Member, Audit Board. For more than two decades now, she has devoted full time to historical studies and research in history. She has attended various national and international history conferences and has presented several research papers at international conferences held at Croatia, Montreal, Berlin, Sri Lanka, Moscow, etc.

Dr. Anju Grover Chaudhary, niece of Professor Grover, journalist and historian, is also well versed with Professor Grover?s works. She is professor of journalism at Howard University, U.S.A., where she teaches courses in history of journalism, international press and news reporting. She obtained her master?s degree in history from Howard University and a master?s degree and Ph. D. in journalism from University of Maryland, U.S.A. An author and editor of several books and journal articles, she has presented numerous papers at international conferences throughout the world.

Dr. J.C. Dua, Reader, Department of History and TTM, Dyal Singh Evening College (University of Delhi), New Delhi, has had academic association with late Professor B.R. Grover since the IHC Session 1961. Professor Grover was his teacher, mentor and the one who taught him how to locate, decipher and analyse the sources on history. Dr. Dua has contributed a large number of research papers in national and international seminars and has published numerous books. The Peoples Republic of Bulgaria awarded him Georgi Dimitrov Gold Medal in 1983 and was also invited to deliver the prestigious Dr. Kalaignar Thiru M. Karunanidhi Endowment Lectures by Madras University, Chennai, in 1995.

Indian Agrarian Structure: Ancient to Early British, by Amrita Grover, Dr. Anju Grover Chaudhary

 

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