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Presenting the grand sweep of Indian historical past from antiquity to the current, A background of India is an in depth and authoritative account of the main political, financial, social and cultural forces that experience formed the background of the Indian subcontinent.

Hermann Kulke and Dietmar Rothermund supply a accomplished assessment of the structural trend of Indian heritage, protecting every one ancient interval in equivalent intensity. absolutely revised all through, the 6th version of this hugely available publication has been cited so far with research of modern occasions similar to the 2014 election and its outcomes, and comprises extra dialogue of matters equivalent to caste and gender, Islam, overseas kinfolk, partition, and the clicking and television.

This new version comprises an up-to-date chronology of key occasions and an invaluable word list of Indian phrases, and is very illustrated with maps and images. Supplemented through a significant other web site (www.routledge.com/cw/kulke), it's a helpful source for college kids of Indian historical past.

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