By Barbara N. Ramusack
Barbara Ramusack describes the pre-colonial origins of the Indian princes, usually portrayed as synonymous with oriental luxurious, and the way they tailored their public actions and private existence to outlive as political leaders and cultural icons. Their collaboration enabled the British to manipulate India with rather constrained manpower from the overdue 1790s to 1947. The e-book is meant for college students of colonial background and viewers to the princely states.
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