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by TALBOT Cynthia

Author: TALBOT Cynthia
Subcategory: Asia
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (2001)
Category: History
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Using records of religious endowments from Andhra Pradesh, author Cynthia Talbot reconstructs a regional society of the precolonial past . The society of traditional India is frequently characterized as static and dominated by caste.

Using records of religious endowments from Andhra Pradesh, author Cynthia Talbot reconstructs a regional society of the precolonial past as it existed in practice. This study challenges older interpretations, arguing that medieval India was actually a time of dynamic change and fluid social identities. Using records of religious endowments from Andhra Pradesh, author Cynthia Talbot reconstructs a regional society of the precolonial past as it existed in practice.

The society of traditional India is frequently characterized as static and dominated by caste.

Using records of religious endowments from Andhra Pradesh, author Cynthia Talbot reconstructs a regional .

Talbot's medieval India is dynamic with expanding commerce, increasing .

Talbot's medieval India is dynamic with expanding commerce, increasing numbers of religious institutions and several evolving political systems. What she reveals bears excellent comparison with Richard Eaton's Rise of Islam and the Bengal Frontier. Quite remarkably for a first monograph, it is a real page-turner.

Precolonial India in Practice book. Using records of religious endowments from Andhra Pradesh, author Cynthia Talbot reconstructs a regional society of the precolonial past as The society of traditional India is frequently characterized as static and dominated by caste.

Precolonial India in Practice begins with an examination of the historical processes that prompted Andhra's long age of inscriptions (. 000–1650), a time when the religious patronage of temples both reflected and stimulated. 000–1650), a time when the religious patronage of temples both reflected and stimulated an expanding agrarian economy and a growing regional culture. European History: BCE to 500CE. History of Art: pre-history, BCE to 500CE, ancient and classical, Byzantine. Literary Studies: Classical, Early, and Medieval. Plays and Playwrights: Classical, Early, and Medieval. Poetry and Poets: Classical, Early, and Medieval. Prose and Writers: Classical, Early, and Medieval. World History: BCE to 500CE.

Cynthia Talbot Precolonial India in Practice: Society, Region, and Identity in Medieval Andhra. The society of traditional India is frequently characterized as static and dominated by caste

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