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Tribal Revolts in India Under British 'Raj'

 
L.P. Mathur (Author)
Synopsis The tribals of India have a strong sense of freedom and a realisation of what their rights are. And whenever these two aspects of their life, which is closest to their psyche, are attacked in any form, however slight, they not only feel offended but also stage a revolt. Regardless of whether their rulers have been the early maharajas, the Moghuls, or the British, they have never feared the might and power of their sovereign to fight for what they consider their freedom and their rights. Tribal Revolts in India Under the British Raj studies the various revolts staged by them during the period the country was under foreign rule. The narration is based on original government records, administrative reports and published works, and therefore it is as authentic as can be. Students, teachers and researchers in Indian history will find this book of immense value in judging how the tribals of India fought off attempts to trample their freedom or their rights. Those interested in studying and wanting to know more about the tribals of the country will also find this book interesting.
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About the author

L.P. Mathur

Dr. L.P. Mathur (born October, 1922) passed the M.A. History examination of Panjab University in 1949. He obtained a first class, first position in the University Examination. He was awarded the Ph.D. Degree of the Panjab University in 1959 in Modern Indian History. At the time of his retirement from the M.L. Sukhadia, University in 1982 he had acquired teaching experience of graduate and post-graduate classes for about thirty years. During this period he also worked as Head of Department of History, M.L. Sukhadia University, Udaipur. During the period of his service and after his retirement he has been active in conducting historical research work. Besides a number of articles in reputed historical journals he has published twenty research works. The Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi had awarded him the retired teacher’s senior fellowship twice in 1989-1991 and 1993-1995. For the excellent biography of Subhas Chandra Bose (Hindi) written by him the Rajasthan Hindi Granth Academy, Jaipur honoured him in 2001. For his commendable historical research works he has also been honoured by the Chitragupta Sabha, Udaipur (1997) and Itihas Parishad, Udaipur (1998).

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Title Tribal Revolts in India Under British 'Raj'
Author L.P. Mathur
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.0200
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8179100790
length vii+190p.