Histories for the Subordinated

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Seagull Books, 2007 - History - 396 pages
Histories for the Subordinated brings together the key writings of David Hardiman, one of the foremost contemporary historians of the subcontinent. Hardiman ́s practice as a historian - his enormously rich empiricism, archival work, and fieldwork, as well as his clarity - has been an inspiration to many, even as it has implicitly questioned some of the fashionably arcane modes of history-writing.

Ranging across politics, environmental issues, Gandhi, moneylending, disease, and subaltern history, the book will interest all serious readers of Indian history as well as scholars in the areas of politics, sociology, culture, and religion in modern India.

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Here Some people trying to prove Tanhaji Malusare was from Maratha community, actually bhosale families forefathers was from kshtriya kurmi family. And you communal people don't want anyone's share in establishment of swarajya.
As Like Mughals (Muslim), Nikams (Muslim) they had named as an Batalian, same here Marathas was name of military of Shivaji Maharaj. After Some time this becomes an comman term and evoluted as Maratha cast.
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In English Wikipedia you have written Tanaji malusare birth year as 1600 and in Marathi Wikipedia you written correct birth year as 1626.Please correct it in English Wikipedia.

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Contents

Movement amongst the Bhils 19212
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The Devi Movement
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Raghu Bhangares Revolt
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Copyright

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David Hardiman is Professor of History at Warwick University and author of Gandhi in His Time and Ours.

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