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BENGAL and 1857 (SELECTIONS)

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Edited by Ananda Bhattacharya
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In the year of the 150th anniversary of the Revolt 1857, there has been a spate of historical literature  on the epoch, revisiting and excavating its various aspects. The author  has undertaken a similar probe into the contemporary accounts and dug out valuable information  on hitherto unknown socio-economic aspects of the Great Revolt  as it took place in Bengal. There has been hardly a single work in this field excepting stray reference to Mangal Pandey’s sally at Barrackpore. The author’s enterprise is a unique contribution to this growing literature.

 

Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

Introduction by Editor

1. The Revolt in Bengal and Lower Ganges - George Dodd

2. Some Unpublished Documents Regarding the Mutiny of 1857 - Ramesh Chandra Majumdar

3. Western Innovations and the rising of 1857 - Manmatha Nath Das

4. The District of Dinajpur and the Mutiny of 1857 - M.K.U. Molla

5. Deposition of Hedayut Ali (1)

6. Deposition of Hedayut Ali (2)

Index

Author

Dr. Ananda Bhattacharya is currently Assistant Director of the West Bengal State Archives, and has already been accepted as a leading historian on late 18th and early 19th century India.

 

ISBN
9788170743415
Year
2013
Pages
187 + xxxiv
Binding
Hardback

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