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Mauryan India

Authors (s): Irfan Habib (Author) , Vivekanand Jha (Author)
Format: Softcover
ISBN-10: 8185229929
ISBN-13: 9788189487836
Pages: x+189p., Figures; Maps; Index; 24cm.
Series: People's History of India , 5
Pub. date: 31.12.2011, 1st ed.
Publisher: Tulika Books
Language (s): English
Bagchee ID: BB21100
List price: US $ 35,00
Bagchee price: US $ 31,50
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Overview for Mauryan India

Mauryan India, as part of the People's History of India series, covers the period from about 350BC to about 185BC, thereby encompassing the invasion of Alexander (327-325BC) and the history of the Mauryan Empire (c.354-185BC). There is a detailed account of the inscriptions of Ashoka and their significance. A picture of the economy, society and culture of the time follows, constructed out of the varied sources available, epigraphic, textual and archaeological. An effort is made throughout to keep the reader abreast of recent discoveries, and to share with him the reasons for all conclusions and inferences. There are special notes on Mauryan chronology, the date of the Arthashastra, the science of epigraphy, and the dialects of Ashokan Prakrit. As many as fifteen excerpts from Indian and Greek Sources, including ten full edicts of Ashoka, are provided. There are nine maps (five of them exceptionally detailed) and twenty illustrations (Black-and white). The volume is addressed to both the general reader and the student, and attempts to cover all topics that conventional textbooks include besides much other material that a 'people's history' needs to be concerned with, such as economic life, technology, social structure, gender relations, modes of exploitation, language, varied aspects of culture, etc. it is hoped that is will be considered a readable addition to what has so far been written on the Mauryan Empire.

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