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The 'Little Republics' Socio-Economic Life and Change in Haryana Villages

Malcolm Lyall Darling (Author)
Synopsis As not much is found in print on the subject that the monograph deals with, this engaging account of the life in the Haryana villages in 1930s will be, it is hoped, found to be a useful source book for the students and teachers, researchers and critics interested in Haryan studies.
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About the author

Malcolm Lyall Darling

Sir Malcolm Lyall Darling, C.I.E., was a brilliant Indian Civil Service (I.C.S.) officer of the Punjab cadre in nineteen-thirties. Sensitive, kind and broad-minded, he loved villages, their inmates and the nice song of the great Solomon – ‘Come…let us to forth into the field; let us lodge in the villages.’ A prolific writer, Darling wrote many scholarly books, the chief among which being The Punjab Peasant in Prosperity and Debt (1925), Rusticus Loquitur or The Old Light or The New in the Punjab Village (1930) and Wisdom and Waste in the Punjab Village (1934).

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Bibliographic information

Title The 'Little Republics' Socio-Economic Life and Change in Haryana Villages
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178710422
length 124p., Figures; Map; Bibliography; 23cm.