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The Railways in Colonial South Asia: Economy, Ecology and Culture

Ganeswar Nayak (Author)

This book is an interesting collection of essays on the Railways in Colonial South Asia. An attempt has been made to introduce the key concepts which have now entered the study of railway history, e.g. economy, ecology, culture, health and crime through the various essays. The well researched essays include those on the Imperial Railways in nineteenth century South Asia, Pakistan Railway, Impact of railway expansion on the Himalayan forests, development of the Sri Lankan Railways, a study of the European employees of the BB & CI Railways, problems of Indian Railway up to c. ad 1900, railways in Gujarati literature and tradition, mapping the Gaikwad Baroda State Railway on the colonial rail network, coming of railways in Bihar, expansion of railway to colonial Orissa, etc.   This book will be of immense value to those researching on various dimensions of railway transport in colonial South Asia. It can also be read by the more perceptive general reader exploring books on railways.

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Title The Railways in Colonial South Asia: Economy, Ecology and Culture
Format Hardcover
Date published: 07.03.2021
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788194991298
length 470p.