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  • Llewellyn-Jones: Last King in India | Indologica
    King in India is the story of an extraordinary man whose memory still divides opinion sharply today Was he as the British described him a debauched ruler who spent his time with fiddlers eunuchs and women instead of running the kingdom Or as most Indians believe a gifted poet whose works are still quoted today and who was robbed of his throne by the East India Company Somewhere in between the two extremes lies a complex character a man who married over 350 women directed theatrical events lasting a month and built a fairytale palace in Lucknow Wajid Ali Shah was written out of the history books after his kingdom was annexed in 1856 Some even thought he had been killed during the mutiny the following year But he lived on in Calcutta where he spent the last thirty years of his life trying to recreate his lost paradise He remained a constant problem for the government of India with his extravagance his menagerie and his wives in that order For the first time his story is told here using original documents from Indian and British archives and meetings with his descendants Verlagsinformation Inhalt Acknowledgements ix List of Illustrations xi Chronology xiii Glossary xix Introduction 1 1 That Energetic Old Lady 11 2 Pageants and Pantomimes 49 3 The Sorrows of Akhtar 83 4 The House of Fairies 127 5 At Garden Reach 165 6 A Tigress Escapes from the Menagerie 205 7 A Mimic Kingdom 239 Conclusion 275 Notes 283 Bibliography 301 Index 307 Autorin ROSIE LLEWELLYN JONES PhD graduated from SOAS in Urdu and is now an acclaimed historian of the colonial history of India from the eighteenth to the twentieth century She has published extensively on this period and her particular interest is in the political interaction

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  • Mogulreich | Indologica
    Syed Ali Nadeem Rezavi New Delhi Oxford University Press 2013 xvi 251 S Ill Kt ISBN 978 0 19 808403 7 INR 1395 00 OUP India US 62 85 D K Agencies US 75 00 OUP USA DDC 720 954209031 Weblog von pw Weiterlesen Calza Akbar Verfasst von pw am Do 12 13 2012 21 23 954 Ausstellung Geschichte Kunst Mogulreich Neuerscheinung Calza Gian Carlo Hrsg Akbar the Great Emperor of India 1542 1605 ed by Gian Carlo Calza Milan Skira 2012 vii 315 S zahlr Ill ISBN 978 88 572 1525 9 EUR 45 00 24 32 Amazon UK ital Version Akbar Il grande imperatore dell India 1542 1605 a cura di Gian Carlo Calza Milano Skira 2012 286 S zahlr Ill Arti orientali e primitive ISBN 978 88 572 1537 2 EUR 45 00 DDC 954 0254092 Catalogue accompanying exhibtion at Rome Fondazione Roma Muso Palazzo Sciarra 23 October 2012 3rd February 2013 Weblog von pw Weiterlesen Mughal India Verfasst von pw am Do 11 08 2012 21 24 709 Geschichte Kulturgeschichte Kunst und Medien Mogulreich Neuerscheinung Losty Jeremiah P u a Mughal India Art Culture and Empire J P Losty and Mailini Roy London British Library 2012 ca 256 S Ill ISBN 978 0 7123 5870 5 30 00 Hardback ISBN 978 0 7123 5871 2 19 95 Paperback DDC 709 540903074421 954 025 Begleitbuch zur Ausstellung Mughal India Art Culture and Empire 9 November 2012 bis 2 April 2013 British Library London Weblog von pw Weiterlesen The Princes of the Mughal Empire Verfasst von pw am Di 10 09 2012 19 18 954 Geschichte Mogulreich Neuerscheinung Faruqui Munis Daniyal The Princes of the Mughal Empire 1504 1719 Munis D Faruqui New York u a Cambridge University Press 2012 xvii 348 S Ill ISBN 978 1 107

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  • After Timur Left | Indologica
    ushering in a radically new age of innovation in art literature and statecraft But what of the period before the Mughals With the empire centred study of history privileging periods of political centralization the multi centred fifteenth century has remained relatively unexplored and undervalued After Timur Left presents a path breaking interdisciplinary set of writings on the politics languages religions literatures and arts of the fifteenth century Together they reveal it to be a period of considerable political and social mobility of cultural connectivity and consolidation of innovation in literature and language choices and of new forms of religious organization and expression Verlagsinformation Inhalt Acknowledgements vii Note on Transliteration ix List of Plates and Figures xi 1 Francesca Orsini and Samira Sheikh Introduction 1 STATES SUBJECTS AND NETWORKS 2 Simon Digby After Timur Left North India in the Fifteenth Century 47 3 Sunil Kumar Bandagī and Naukarī Studying Transitions in Political Culture and Service under the North Indian Sultanates Thirteenth Sixteenth Centuries 60 PUBLIC LANGUAGES 4 Richard M Eaton The Rise of Written Vernaculars The Deccan 1450 1650 111 5 Dilorom Karomat Turki and Hindavi in the world of Persian Fourteenth and Fifteenth Century Dictionaries 130 6 Stefano Pello Local Lexis Provincializing Persian in Fifteenth Century North India 166 7 Samira Sheikh Languages of Public Piety Bilingual inscriptions from Sultanate Gujarat c 1390 1538 186 TELLINGS OF KINGS SUFIS AND WARRIORS 8 Aparna Kapadia Universal Poet Local Kings Sanskrit the Rhetoric of Kingship and Local Kingdoms in Gujarat 213 9 Ramya Sreenivasan Warrior tales at Hinterland Courts in North India ca 1370 1550 242 10 Aditya Behl Emotion and Meaning in Mirigāvatī Strategies of Spiritual Signification in Hindavi Sufi Romances 273 CULTURAL SPACES AND LITERARY TRANSACTIONS 11 Éloise Brac de la Perrière The Art of the Book in India under

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  • Sohi: Echoes of Mutiny | Indologica
    the First World War Seema Sohi traces how Indian labor migrants students and intellectual activists who journeyed across the globe seeking to escape the exploitative and politically repressive policies of the British Raj linked restrictive immigration policies and political repression in North America to colonial subjugation at home In the process they developed an international anticolonial consciousness that boldly confronted the British and American empires Hoping to become an important symbol for those battling against racial oppression and colonial subjugation across the world Indian anticolonialists also provoked a global inter imperial collaboration between U S and British officials to repress anticolonial revolt They symbolized the hope of the world s racialized subjects and the fears of those who worried about the global disorder they could portend Echoes of Mutiny provides an in depth and transnational look at the deeply intertwined relationship between anti Asian racism Indian anticolonialism and state antiradicalism in early twentieth century U S and global history Through extensive archival research Sohi uncovers the dialectical relationship between the rise of Indian anticolonialism and state repression in North America and demonstrates how Indian anticolonialists served as catalysts for the implementation of restrictive U S immigration and antiradical laws as well as the expansion of state power in early twentieth century India and America Indian migrants came to understand their struggles against racial exclusion and political repression in North America as part of a broader movement against white supremacy and colonialism and articulated radical visions of anticolonialism that called not only for the end of British rule in India but the forging of democracies across the world Verlagsinformation Inhalt Acknowledgements ix Introduction 1 1 Labor and Political Migrations in the Age of Empire 14 2 The Rise of Indian Anticolonial Politics in North America and the Making of a New

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  • Nordamerika | Indologica
    Religion Sanskrit Sozialwesen Sprachwissenschaft more tags Schlagwörter Buddhismus Christentum Gender Studies Geschichte Hinduismus Kolonialgeschichte Literaturgeschichte Philosophie Politik Religion Sanskrit Tibet more tags Startseite Nordamerika Sohi Echoes of Mutiny Verfasst von pw am So 10 19 2014 13 59 305 Geschichte Kolonialgeschichte Migration Neuerscheinung Nordamerika Sohi Seema Echoes of Mutiny Race Surveillance and Indian Anticolonialism in North America Seema Sohi New York Oxford University Press 2014 xi 271 S Ill ISBN

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  • Fischer-Tiné: Shyamji Krishnavarma | Indologica
    Harald Shyamji Krishnavarma Sanskrit Sociology and Anti Imperialism Harald Fischer Tiné New Delhi u a Routledge 2014 xxxvi 228 S Ill Pathfinders ISBN 978 0 415 44554 2 US 25 99 Paperback DDC 954 035092 Beschreibung This book is the first critical biography on Shyamji Krishnavarma scholar journalist and national revolutionary who lived in exile outside India from 1897 to 1930 His ideas were crucial in the creation of an extremist wing of anti imperial nationalism The work delves into a fascinating range of issues such as colonialism and knowledge political violence cosmopolitanism and diaspora Lucidly written and with an insightful analysis of Krishnavarma s life and times this will greatly interest scholars and researchers of modern Indian history politics the nationalist movement as well as the informed lay reader Verlagsinformation Inhalt Plates viii Abbreviations ix Glossary x Acknowledgements xiii Introduction xv 1 Knowledge 1 2 Cosmopolitanism 53 3 Violence 110 4 Conclusion and Epilogue 183 Bibliography 193 About the Author 223 Index 224 Autor HARALD FISCHER TINÉ is Professor of Modern Global History ETH Zürich Profile page Quellen Routledge Bookbutler WorldCat Bildquelle Routledge Bibliographie 1 References Fischer Tiné Harald 2014 Shyamji Krishnavarma Sanskrit Sociology and Anti Imperialism Pathfinders xxxvi

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  • Soldat Ram Singh und der Kaiser | Indologica
    So gelangten während des Krieges zehntausende Südasiaten aus bäuerlichen und nicht privilegierten Bevölkerungsschichten nach Europa Viele von ihnen kämpften auf Kriegsschauplätzen in Frankreich und Mesopotamien Etwa zweitausend von ihnen zumeist Seeleute und Soldaten aus Dörfern in Bengalen Nepal der Nordwest Grenzprovinz Indiens und dem Punjab gerieten auf verschiedenen Wegen in deutsche Kriegsgefangenschaft und wurden hier für Jahre festgehalten Wie Gefangene aus an deren außereuropäischen Regionen erregten auch die Südasiaten die Aufmerksamkeit von Armeeoffizieren Diplomaten und Geheimagenten aber auch von deutschen Künstlern Wissenschaftlern und Industriellen Außerdem betrieben indische Revolutionäre im Exil in Zusammenarbeit mit dem deutschen Auswärtigen Amt antikoloniale und nationalistische Propaganda unter den Gefangenen Die Kriegsgefangenen versuchten ihrerseits Wege zu finden um die neue Situation zu bewältigen und ihre Begegnungen mit Deutschland und den beteiligten Akteuren in eigenem Sinne zu gestalten Die Beiträge zu diesem Band gehen diesen vielschichtigen und oft schwierigen Auseinandersetzungen aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven nach Darüber hinaus werden relevante Quellen aus deutschen Archiven vorgestellt die die Situation der indischen Kriegsgefangen en während des Ersten Weltkrieges beleuchten Verlagsinformation Inhalt Danksagungen 7 Heike Liebau Franziska Roy Einleitung 9 TEIL I DIE GESCHICHTE N DER GEFANGENEN 1 Ravi Ahuja Vergessene Konfrontationen Südasiatische Soldaten in deutscher Kriegsgefangenschaft 1915 1918 27 2 Franziska Roy Zwischen Zwangsarbeit und Kollaboration Südasiatische Zivilgefangene in deutschen Kriegsgefangenenlagern 69 3 Heike Liebau Das Deutsche Auswärtige Amt Indische Emigranten und propagandistische Bestrebungen unter den südasiatischen Kriegsgefangenen im Halbmondlager 109 4 Christian Koller Deutsche Wahrnehmungen feindlicher Kolonialtruppen 145 5 Britta Lange Wenn der Krieg zu Ende ist werden viele Erzählungen gedruckt werden Südasiatische Positionen und europäische Forschungen im Halbmondlager 165 TEIL 2 DIE GESCHICHTE DER QUELLEN 6 Jürgen K Mahrenholz Südasiatische Sprach und Musikaufnahmen im Lautarchiv der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin 211 7 Margot Kahleyss Indische Kriegsgefangene im 1 Weltkrieg Fotografien als Quellenmaterial 233 8 Heike Liebau Hindostan Eine Zeitung

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  • 940 | Indologica
    pw am Mi 07 16 2014 17 34 940 Deutschland Geschichte Neuerscheinung Weltkrieg Roy Franziska u a Hrsg Soldat Ram Singh und der Kaiser indische Kriegsgefangene in deutschen Propagandalagern 1914 1918 Franziska Roy Hg Heidelberg Draupadi Verlag 2014 339 S Ill Einheitssachtitel When the war began we heard of several kings dt ISBN 978 3 937603 84 1 EUR 24 80 DDC 940 47243 Weblog von pw Weiterlesen India in Britain Verfasst von pw am So 02 17 2013 10 35 940 Diaspora Geschichte Neuerscheinung Sozialgeschichte Nasta Susheila Hrsg India in Britain South Asian Networks and Connections 1858 1950 ed by Susheila Nasta Houndmills Basingstoke Hampshire New York Palgrave Macmillan 2013 XXV 221 S Ill ISBN 978 0 230 39271 7 50 00 US 85 00 DDC 305 8914041 820 9954 940 00491411 Weblog von pw Weiterlesen Gateway to India Verfasst von web558 am Di 04 17 2012 07 28 940 Geschichte Franz Margit Gateway to India Deutschsprachiges Exil zwischen britischer Kolonialherrschaft Maharadschas und Gandhi Margit Franz Graz CLIO Verein für Geschichts Bildungsarbeit 2013 ca 300 S ISBN 978 3 902542 31 1 EUR 28 00 DDC 943 0860869140954 Angekündigt für Dezember 2013 Weblog von web558 Weiterlesen The Indian Army

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