Focusing on histories of regions, this book traces the changing perceptions of history and historiography in early India. It studies politics; state formation and the role of patronage and legitimation; Kali Age crisis; rural society; caste system; and the various aspects of regional rural economy like agrarian changes, peasantry, and land system.
During the Balkan Wars of 1912-13, concerned Muslims around India mobilized to dispatch three medical teams to treat wounded Ottoman soldiers. Among them, the one organized directed by Dr Ansari caught the limelight.
Explores the complicated legacies of Martin Luther and the Reformation, examining the ways in which his words and actions brought about major unintentional changes and long-term repurcussions that would have appalled Luther