Indian Society and the Making of the British Empire (The New Cambridge History of India II : 1) (Reprint)

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Indian Society and the Making of the British Empire (The New Cambridge History of India II : 1) (Reprint)

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New in paperback.

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The past twenty years have seen a proliferation of specialist scholarship on the period of India's transition to colonialism. This volume provides a synthesis of some of the most important themes to emerge from recent work and seeks in particular to reassess the role of Indians in the politics and economics of early colonialism. It discusses new views of the 'decline of the Moghuls' and the role of the Indian capitalists in the expansion of the English East Indian Company's trade and urban settlements. Professor Bayly considers the reasons for the inability of indigenous states to withstand the British, but also highlights the relative failure of the Company to transform India into a quiescent and profitable colony. Later chapters deal with changes in India's ecology, social organisation and ideologies in the nineteenth century, and analyse the nature of Indian resistance to colonialism, including the rebellion of 1857.

Table of Contents

        List of maps                               vi
General editor's preface vii
Preface ix
Introduction 1 (6)
India in the eighteenth century. The 7 (38)
formation of states and social groups
Indian capital and the emergence of colonial 45 (34)
society
The crisis of the Indian state, 1780--1820 79 (27)
The consolidation and failure of the East 106(30)
India Company's state, 1818--57
Peasant and Brahmin: consolidating 136(33)
`traditional' society
Rebellion and reconstruction 169(31)
Conclusion. The first age of colonialism in 200(7)
India
Glossary of Indian terms 207(5)
Bibliographical essay 212(12)
Index 224