2 edition of Studies in Indo-British economy hundred years ago. found in the catalog.
Studies in Indo-British economy hundred years ago.
Nirmal Chandra Sinha
|Other titles||Indo-British economy hundred years ago|
|LC Classifications||HC435 S574|
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|Number of Pages||107|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sinha, Nirmal Chandra. Studies in Indo-British economy hundred years ago. Calcutta, A. Mukherjee . STUDIES IN INDO-BRITISH ECONOMY HUNDRED YEARS AGO. By Nirmal C. Sinha. (Calcutta: A. Mukerjee & Co, Rs. The 19th century was a period of transition in the Indo-British economy from the feudal to the capitalist stage.
Sinha gives an account of it in the context of the world forces. He begins with the Charter Act of CORRESPONDENCE Gothic England (Mr. John H. Harvey), Thomas Chalmers and the Bridgewater Treatises (The Rev.
Gundry), Full text of "The Indian Archives Vol-i()" See other formats. The British continued to rule India-for next 90 years and transferred the power to Indians in The modern period () under study is the period of British role over India. In this period the Indo-British relations were those of the rulers and the ruled.
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