Against History, Against State: Counterperspectives from the Margins

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Permanent Black, 2004 - Folk literature, Hindi - 316 pages
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This Intensively Researched And Pioneering Study Explores The Meo Community-Their Oral Traditions Which Reveal Sophisticated Modes Of Collective Memory And Self-Governance, The Complexity And Residence Of A Transgressive Culture That Has Survived And The Margins Of Hinduism And Islam. Of Interest To Historians, Anthropologists, Sociologists, Political Scientists And Students Of Relationship Between Hinduism, Islam And The Indian State. Has 10 Chapters The Last Being Conclusions.

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