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Kingship and political practice in colonial India

by Pamela G. Price

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tamil Nadu (India),
  • Rama̲nathapuram (Princely State),
  • Civakaṅkai (India),
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Tamil Nadu (India) -- Politics and government.,
    • Rama̲nathapuram (Princely State) -- Politics and government.,
    • Civakaṅkai (India) -- Politics and government.,
    • India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-215) and index.

      StatementPamela G. Price.
      SeriesUniversity of Cambridge oriental publications ;, 51, University of Cambridge oriental publications ;, no. 51.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS485.M28 P74 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 220 p. :
      Number of Pages220
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL785706M
      ISBN 100521552478
      LC Control Number95017917

      The literature on South Asian kingship has typically explored the idioms in which kingship—a king’s assertion of his right to rule—was articulated, while assuming ready consent to such assertions of royal authority among a king’s subjects, vassals, peers, and ://?language=en. Kingship and Political Practice in Colonial India. Cambridge University Press, Mar - History - pages. p. 26 Cambridge University Press, Mar - History - pages. p. 26 Dietrich Brandis (1, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article

      Kingship and Conversion goes well beyond its stated limits, and challenges its readers to refl ect not only on the history of the “temporal” and “spiritual” in Sri Lanka, but on how “exclusivist under- standings of religious practice and identity” became established in early modern Asia and, broadly speaking, in the early modern This article explores the role of the states in constitutional debates, their place in Indian political imaginaries, and articulations of kingship in late-colonial ://

        the political commentators give a systematic and well knitted explanation of the role of force in the emergence of the state in ancient India. Theory of Mystical Origin This was the most popular theory of origin of the state in ancient India. Kingship was given divine sanction and the king was considered not to be the This book explores the legal culture of the Parsis, or Zoroastrians, an ethnoreligious community unusually invested in the colonial legal system of British India and ://


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'Kingship and Political Practice in Colonial India is a solid piece of scholarship. Professor Price is at her best when she treats the litigation of the nineteenth century and its effects on the kingdoms of Ramnad and Sivagangai a useful reminder that present day politics in India (or for that matter much of the rest of the world) have deep roots that go directly back to precolonial times.' › Society, Politics & Philosophy › Government & Politics › Countries & Regions.

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Kingship and political practice in colonial India. [Pamela G Price] -- "In a cultural history which considers the transformation of south Indian institutions under British colonial rule in the nineteenth century, Pamela Price focuses on the two former 'little kingdoms' 'Kingship and Political Practice in Colonial India is a solid piece of scholarship.

Professor Price is at her best when she treats the litigation of the nineteenth century and its effects on the kingdoms of Ramnad and Sivagangai a useful reminder that present day politics in India (or for that matter much of the rest of the world) have deep roots that go directly back to precolonial times.'   Editorial Reviews 'Kingship and Political Practice in Colonial India is a solid piece of scholarship.

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Price. Shop your textbooks from Zookal AU today. In this cultural history which considers the transformation of south Indian institutions under British colonial rule in the nineteenth century, Pamela Price focuses on the two former 'little king Price, Kingship and Political Practice in Colonial India,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei COMPTES RENDUS.

Pamela G. PRICE, Kingship and Political Practice in Colonial India, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,23 cm, XVI + :// Kingship and political practice in colonial India Pamela G. Price (University of Cambridge Oriental publications, no. 51) Cambridge University Press, hc The book deftly explores the complex and fascinating exchange of ideas that shaped and reshaped the many conceptualizations of kingship and sovereignty in colonial India.

Even though the primary focus of the book is colonial and post-colonial India, greater engagement with pre-colonial conceptualizations would have been useful as it would have Kingship and Political Practice in Colonial India In a cultural history that considers the transformation of southern Indian institutions under British colonial rule, Price focuses on the two former little kingdoms of Ramnad and Sivaganga, which came under colonial governance as revenue ://   The author also shows how religious symbols and practices going back to the seventeenth century were reformulated and acquired a new significance in the colonial sity of Cambridge Oriental Publications: Kingship and Political Practice in Colonial India (Paperback) This book also argues that caste as a system has ceased to exist, but caste persists discretely as a non-systemic means of appropriation for political and social ends.

This interdisciplinary dynamic study reconceptualises the ‘village’ by explaining the emerging social trends and patterns of social stratification in contemporary rural :// This book uncovers practices surrounding acts of collecting, surveying, and antiquarianism during British colonial rule in India.

By examining these practices, this book traces the colonial conditions of the production of 'sources,' the forging of a new historical method, and the ascendance of positivist historiography in nineteenth-century ://   Kingship and political practice in colonial India / Pamela G.

Price フォーマット: 図書 言語: 英語 出版情報: New York: Cambridge University Press From the early days of colonial rule in India, the British established a two-tier system of legal administration. Matters deemed secular were subject to British legal norms, while suits relating to the family were adjudicated according to Hindu or Muslim law, known as personal :// 2 days ago  Sacred kingship, religious and political concept by which a ruler is seen as an incarnation, manifestation, mediator, or agent of the sacred or holy (the transcendent or supernatural realm).

The concept originated in prehistoric times, but it continues to exert a recognizable influence in the modern world. At one time, when religion was totally connected The book intervenes within theoretical debates about sovereignty and political theology, and offers novel arguments about decolonizing and subalternizing sovereignty.

Reviews ‘This is a book of exceptional quality, range and interest, exploring the complex and protean questions of sovereignty, rulership and kingship in nineteenth- and In his book Jinnah and Tilak: Comrades in the Freedom Struggle, AG Noorani, a prolific scholar, quotes Kanji Dwarkadas, a close friend of Jinnah in Bombay: “The two great political centres in   celebrated while many members of royal families became political leaders.

The persistence of kingship in democratic India is the subject of a recent book by Marzia Balzani (), who shows how the descendents of the Jodhpur royal family have partly maintained their prestige both on a ritual and on a political level 1.

In this context, royal &30_pdf. 4 Colonial knowledge and Buddhist education in Burma 52 JULIANE SCHOBER 5 Reconstructing the Cambodian polity: Buddhism, kingship and the quest for legitimacy 71 PETER GYALLAY-PAP 6 The Cambodian hospital for monks JOHN MARSTON 7 Buddhism, power and political order in pre-twentieth century Laos VOLKER GRABOWSKY Power and Political   6.

Examine Brahmanis notion of kingship in Shantiparva and Arthashastra. 7. Critically analyse the social laws of Manu. 8. Illustrate political implications of Manu’s social laws. 9. Illustrate Manu’s social laws related to caste and women.

Analyse notions of origin of state in Shāntiparva, Arthshāstra and Digha Nikāya. Political Thought-1 List of Some Suggested.The colonial state as a subject of study has stayed in the margins of scholarly attention.

In the rather sparse literature on the subject, one may see two tendencies. On the one hand, those specializing in political theory tend to think that historians merely narrate what happened.

On the other hand, historians are prone to dismiss 'mere' theory. Hence the paradox that although