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by Kanchanmoy Mojumdar

Author: Kanchanmoy Mojumdar
Subcategory: Asia
Language: English
Publisher: Manohar; UK ed. edition (January 2003)
Pages: 259 pages
Category: History
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by Kanchanmoy Mojumdar (Author).

by Kanchanmoy Mojumdar (Author). Hardcover: 260 pages.

The Central Provinces and Berar was a province of British India and later the Dominion of India which existed from 1936 to 1950. It was formed by the merger of the Central Provinces with the province of Berar, which was territory leased by the British from the Hyderabad State. Through an agreement signed on 5 November 1902, 6th Nizam Mahbub Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VI leased Berar permanently to the British for an annual payment of 25 lakhs Rupees.

communal politics in the Central Provinces and Berar, 1919-1947. On communalism, community tensions between Muslims, and Hindus, and riots as an fallout of the political conditions in Central Provinces and Berar, India in former half of 20th century; a study. by Kanchanmoy Mojumdar. Published 2003 by Manohar in New Delhi. Includes bibliographical references (p. -249) and index.

Mojumdar, Kanchanmoy. List Price : US$ 3. 4 Our Price : US$ 2. 7. You Save 20% + FREE DELIVERY WORLDWIDE. Communalism was a factor in the politics of the Central Provineance and Berar after the Montford Reforms. The problem of adjustment of the intrests of the entrenched Hindu and emerging Muslim elite was coeval with the process of administrative changes brought about by successive constitutional measures adopted by the British Governament. The social fall-out of the problem was the riots that raged in the region.

Mojumdar, Kanchanmoy, Saffron versus Green: Communal Politics in the Central Provinces and Berar . 53 Bombay was the first province to enact a Home Guards Act, in 1947.

Mojumdar, Kanchanmoy, Saffron versus Green: Communal Politics in the Central Provinces and Berar, 1919–1947 (New Delhi, 2003), 102–3, 187. 45 Vellodi to V. P. Menon, 8 Apr. 1950, MoS, 5(5)-H/50. 54 Nehru to Chief Ministers, 2 Nov. and 19 Dec. 1947, cited in Parthasarathi, . e. Jawaharlal Nehru: Letters to Chief Ministers 1947–1964, Volume I, 1947–1949 (New Delhi, 1985), 7, 10, 41.

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Communalism was a factor in the in the politics of the Central Provinces and Bera after the Montford Reforms. The Problem of Adjustment of the interests of the entrenched Hindu and emerging Muslim elite was coeval with the process of administative changes broght about by successive constitutional measures adopted by the British government.

References K. Mojumdar Saffron versus Green Communal Politics in the Central Provinces and Berar 1919-1947; p. 159 Satyagraha in Hyderabad; Hindustan Times, Delhi, 10 June 1939; quoted in Source Material for a History of Freedom Movement, Vol. XII, Bombay 1995. XII, Bombay 1995; pp. 408 -411 Nizam Governments Report to Government of India, May 1939, published in Source Material for a History of Freedom Movement, Civil Disobedience Movement.

The Central Provinces and Berar was a province of British India and later the Dominion of India which existed from . After Indian Independence in 1947, the Central Provinces and Berar became part of India as Madhya Pradesh

The Central Provinces and Berar was a province of British India and later the Dominion of India which existed from 1936 to 1950. It was formed by the merger of the Central Provinces with the province of Berar, which was territory leased by the British from the Princely State of Hyderabad. After Indian Independence in 1947, the Central Provinces and Berar became part of India as Madhya Pradesh. On 1 November 1956, Madhya Bharat, together with the states of Vindhya Pradesh and Bhopal State, was merged into Madhya Pradesh. In 1956, under pressure from Marathi Irredentists, the Berar and Nagpur divisions were transferred to Bombay state.

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On communalism, community tensions between Muslims, and Hindus, and riots as an fallout of the political conditions in Central Provinces and Berar, India in former half of 20th century; a study.