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Reinterpreting Indology and Indian History: Institutions, Intentions, Sources and Issues

 
Radha Madhav Bhardwaj (Editor) Bruno Restif (Editor) Yuthika Mishra (Editor)
Synopsis

Reinterpreting Indology and Indian History: Institutions, Intentions and Sources is new attempt at understanding some newer aspects of Indology, which could not be covered earlier, and reinterpreting some older issues and themes. Indology is an unfinished and an ever-growing chapter of world history. So much happened this field and such Indo-European cultural exchanges took place alongside battles, trade and commerce, colonialism and empire formations over the last two thousand five hundred years that this just not possible for one or a few historians to cover each and every aspect or what all transpired. Hence, fresh lights are sought to have been thrown on some unexplored themes and fields related to Indology and some themes reinterpreted in the light of new sources and researches. Hope the readers find this volume of interest and use.

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Bibliographic information

Title Reinterpreting Indology and Indian History: Institutions, Intentions, Sources and Issues
Format Hardcover
Date published: 19.04.2019
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Pratibha Prakashan
Language: English
isbn 9788177024442
length 353p., Illustrations; 26cm.