History and Society in South India: The Cholas to Vijayanagar : Comprising South Indian History and Society, Towards a New Formation
This omnibus edition of South Indian History and Society and Towards a New Formation presents a fascinating perspective on the development of South Indian society during the Chola period, which finally brought a new social formation into South India under the Vijayanagara nayaka rule towardsthe end of the fifteenth century.
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LANDHOLDING IN CHOLA TIMES
INTEGRATION OF SOCITY IN CHOLA TIMES
REVENUE SYSTEMS OF THE CHOLAS
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