State of Nayagarh during British Rule: Society, Culture and Economy
by Debata, Manas Ranjan
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In the later part of the 19th century, the growing trend has been to reconstruct the history of India by coordinating the analytical and synthetic histories. For this, there has been ever-growing stress on micro level study, which emphasizes intensive regional and local historical studies. The British period, i.e. 1803-1947 was as significant as it was distinct, not only for the national history of India, but also for any regional or local history. For the Orissa's Garjat, this was a period of transition from medieval and feudal stage to the modern phase during which the princely Orissa prepared herself to welcome the modern times. This has encouraged to prepare this volume on a formal princely state like Nayagarh to explore the history of the State of Nayagarh during British rule in Orissa, which formed an integral part of the Orissa's Garjat (princely states) rule, in addition to highlighting its socio-economic and cultural aspects. This book will be useful for researchers, academics and students, who are working on Orissa history.
Debata, Manas Ranjan
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Manas Ranjan Debata has been working as an Officer of Odisha Administrative Service (OAS) in the Government of Odisha, Odisha, India for more than 25 years. He has completed M.Phil in 1989 from Sambalpur University, Sambalpur, Odisha. He has done MA Degree in History from Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha in the year 1984.
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26 April 2017
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