'Through this republication of 24 of Professor Satish Chandra's influential articles, supplemented by a new autobiographical Introduction, he recapitulates his vision of Indian history. During his long and distinguished career, he has used his masterful knowledge of relevant primary sources to build persuasive analyses of many aspects of social, political, religious and economic history, covering the period from the tenth to the eighteenth centuries. His work has influenced generations of scholar and students at all levels.'
--The Medieval History Journal
Excerts from Reviews:
'This volume is an anthology of valuable essays by Professor Satish Chandra, published earlier n different journals and books. Since the earliest of these essays was written in 1946, the shape and direction history writing have undergone a tremendous change. The essays in this collection reflect - new currents in history writing over the last few decade.'
--The Book Review
About the Book:
The volume highlights the complex interactions between society, state, economy, religion and political processes in India between the 10th and 18th centuries.
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