The Cambridge Shorter History of India

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Contents

ANCIENT INDIA
1
Martin F Memoires Ed Martineau 2 vols Paris 19312
2
Alexander
21
The Early Mauryas
31
Asoka the Sungas and the Andhras
42
Foreign Invaders of Northwest India
62
The Gupta Period
87
Harshavardhana
104
The East India Company 16001740
510
Roberts P E India under Wellesley 1929
521
Dupleix and Clive
532
Warren Hastings and the Regulating
565
The EstaBlishment of the East India Company as
597
The Growth of the Companys System of Government
625
The Northwestern Approaches to India
646
The Companys Last Conquests
663

Northern India in Medieval Times
111
The Deccan
151
South India
179
ENGLISH
180
Early Muslim Conquests and the Foundation of
205
the Khaljis and
220
Fall of the Khaljis
231
Fall of the Tughluks
244
The Kingdom of Bengal
270
The Kingdoms of the Deccan and of Vijayanagar
277
Gujarat Malwa and Khandesh
299
Babur Humayun and the Afghans
321
Akbar
338
Jahangir
380
Shahjahan
399
AurangziB 165880
417
AurangziB in the Deccan 16801707
435
The Successors of AurangziB 17071719
451
Muhammad Shah
458
Ahmad Shah and the Last Days of the Mughals
469
The Coming of European Influence
481
The Growth of British Sovereignty and thk Com
683
Problems of annexation
691
The government of Bengal
698
Regulation and Nonregulation government
710
Educational policy
716
Thagi
724
The Companys ArmiBs and thB Indian Mutiny
728
Crown Government and the Government of India
758
Army Headquarters and the Commanderinchief
766
The growing control of the Home Government
773
Relations with the Central Government
782
The development of new departments
788
Famine policy
797
Central Asia and the Routes to India
803
Burma 18521918
824
The Crown and the Indian States
830
Educational and Political Development 185892
842
Thb MorleyMinto Reforms
866
Political Developments 191019
886
Index
909

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