India country studies

India country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
Harappan Culture
Vedic Aryans
Kingdoms and Empires
The Mauryan Empire
The Deccan and the South
Gupta and Harsha
The Coming of Islam
Southern Dynasties
The Mughals
The Marathas
The Sikhs
The Coming of the Europeans
The British Empire in India
The British Raj, 1858-1947
After the Sepoy Rebellion
The Independence Movement
Mahatma Gandhi
Political Impasse and Independence
Independent India
Jawaharlal Nehru
Indira Gandhi
Rajiv Gandhi
Geography and Demographics
Geography
Coasts and Borders
Rivers
Climate
Earthquakes
Population
Population Projections
Population and Family Planning Policy
Health Conditions
Health Care
Education
Religion
The Vedas and Polytheism
Karma and Liberation
Jainism
Buddhism
The Worship of Personal Gods
Vishnu
Shiva
Brahma and the Hindu Trinity
The Goddess
Local Deities
The Ceremonies of Hinduism
Domestic Worship
Life-Cycle Rituals
Temples
Pilgrimage
Festivals
Islam
Sikhism
Tribal Religions
Christianity
Zoroastrianism
Judaism
Modern Changes in Religion
Language, Ethnicity, and Regionalism
Linguistic Relations
Languages of India
Hindi and English
Hindi
English
Linguistic States
The Social Context of Language
Tribes
Jews and Parsis
Portuguese
Anglo-Indians
Africans
Regionalism
Jharkhand Movement
Uttarakhand
Gorkhaland
Ladakh
The Northeast
Society
Themes in Indian Society
Family
Veiling and the Seclusion of Women
Life Passages
Marriage
Adulthood
Death and Beyond
Caste and Class
The Village Community
Urban Life
The Economy
Structure of the Economy
The Role of Government in the Economy
Labor
Industry
Manufacturing
Energy
Mining and Quarrying
Tourism
Science and Technology
Agriculture
Crops
The Green Revolution
Livestock and Poultry
Forestry
Fishing
Government and Politics
The Constitution
Politics
The Congress
Opposition Parties
The Bharatiya Janata Party and the Rise of Hindu Nationalism
Communist Parties
Regional Parties
Caste-Based Parties
Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir
Hindu-Muslim Tensions
Corruption
The Media
The Rise of Civil Society
Foreign Relations
Pakistan
Bangladesh
Sri Lanka
Nepal
Bhutan
Maldives
China
Southeast Asia
Middle East
Central Asia
Russia
United States
Britain, Australia, Canada, Western Europe, and Japan
United Nations
Bibliography

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