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Feudal Social Formation in Early Medieval India

Rajiv K. Verma (Author)
Synopsis The study of culture and civilization of the Kalachuris of Tripuri is of immense significance. The early Kalachuris became prominent in the sixth century AD when they ruled over Maharashtra, Gujarat and parts of Malwa. After period of obscurity, however, they re-emerged as a strong force in the region around Jabalpur and ruled from their capital known as Tripuri. An impressive number of inscriptions of various branches of Kalachuris have been found and all of them have been edited by V.V. Mirashi. These records have so far been utilized mainly for political history. Recently, however, evidences extracted from them have been woven into feudalism in early medieval India. Since the applicability of the feudal model to the Indian studies calls for a detailed area-wise study of the source material, the present work seeks to re-examine in depth the contents of one of the branches of the Kalachuri dynasty i.e. The Kalachuris of Tripuri.
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About the author

Rajiv K. Verma

Dr. Rajiv K. Verma is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of History, Satyawati College (Eve.) University of Delhi, Delhi. As a student of Hindu College (University of Delhi), at both graduation and post-graduation level, he played an important role in the academic and cultural activities of his almamater. A National Merit Scholarship holder in B.A. (Hons.) and UGC Scholarship holder, he completed his M.Phil. from University of Delhi and Ph.D. from Patna University.

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Title Feudal Social Formation in Early Medieval India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8179750159
length 176p., References; Appendices; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.
Subjects History