5 edition of Brown warriors of the Raj found in the catalog.
Brown warriors of the Raj
Roy, Kaushik Dr.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -343) and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||350 p. :|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||2007434793|
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Studying the Indian Army as an institution during the war, Kaushik Roy delineates its social, cultural, and organizational aspects to understand its role in the scheme of British imperial projects.
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The British raj was a colonising power and there is no way to look at anything they did in India in a positive light. The things for which they are looked up to, such as introducing the railways and the postal and telegraph services, while undoubtedly useful, were not purported to benefit the Indians but to further the British power in India.
Colours of the Raj. The Tate Britain’s Colonial Art exhibition tells the story of the years when the British ruled India and the world, says Amit Roy “These paintings are a window into the past and we should make the effort to follow them,” says David Blayney Brown, one of the show’s curators.
it was the task of the artists. Governor Banwarilal Purohit released the book at the Raj Bhavan. “It is a matter of great happiness for me to be releasing the Tamil publication of the book ‘Exam Warriors’.
The book.* Guardian * 'The core of the book is a virtuoso takedown of cherished shibboleths of Raj mythology.' * Financial Times * 'Wilson understands the complexities of India, illuminating the cultures of the courts, the rivalries of the Marathas, the emergence and destinies of Pindari gangs of peasant-warriors.'.