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(Cambridge studies in Indian history and society; 8) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0 0 1. Urban poor – India. Rural–urban migration – India. Series. HVI4 G66 ’–dc21 00– ISBN 0 Nandini Gooptu's magisterial history of the labouring poor in India represents a tour-de-force.

By focusing on the role of the poor in caste, religious and nationalistic politics, and on their contribution to the urban economy, the author demonstrates how they emerged as a major social factor in South Asia during the interwar period.

The Politics of the Urban Poor in Early Twentieth-Century India. By Nandini Gooptu (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xxiii plus pp. It is no exaggeration to claim that UP, in colonial times the United Provinces and since independence Uttar Pradesh, has been the cockpit of Indian politics since the mid-nineteenth century.

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Cambridge University Press,pp. xxiii + Show all authorsAuthor: Janaki Nair. Nandini Gooptu's magisterial history of the Indian urban poor represents a tour-de-force. By focusing on the role of the poor in caste, religious and national politics, the author demonstrates how they emerged as a major social factor in South Asia during the interwar period.

The Politics of the Urban Poor in Early Twentieth-Century India (review) Article in Journal of Social History 37(4) January with 6 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Prasannan Parthasarathi. The Politics of the Urban Poor in Early Twentieth-Century India by Nandini Gooptu,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4).

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[Cambridge Studies in Indian History and Society, 8.] Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [etc.] xxiii, pp. £; $; DOI: /S 1 This study focuses on the politics of different segments of the urban poor (namely the.

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Cited by: The Politics of the Urban Poor in Early Twentieth-Century India by Nandini Gooptu; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, ; pp xxiii +Rs 2, SAURABH DUBE This is a densely-packed and important book, a salient source of reference for the processes, policies, and politics affect-ing the urban poor of north India during the interwar.

Nandini Gooptu is a Fellow of St Antony's College, University of Oxford, UK, and teaches History, Politics and Development Studies. Her publications include The Politics of the Urban Poor in Early-Twentieth Century India () and India and the British Empire (co-edited, ).

Ahir or Aheer is an ethnic group in India. Most members of which identify as being of the Indian Yadav community because they consider the two terms to be synonymous.

The Ahirs are variously described as a caste, a clan, a community, a race and a tribe. The Yaduvanshi Ahir also spelled Yadubansis, Yadubans, Yadavanshi, Yadavamshi) claim descent from the ancient Populated states: India and Nepal. Educated in Calcutta and at Cambridge, and trained as a social historian, she is the author of The Politics of the Urban Poor in Early-Twentieth Century India (Cambridge University Press, ), editor of Enterprise Culture in Neoliberal India (Routledge, ), and joint-editor of India and the British Empire (Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Haqiqat Rai (Punjabi: ਹਕ਼ੀਕ਼ਤ ਰਾਯ ਬਾਖਮਲ ਪੂਰੀ (), حقیقت رائے باکہمل پوری (); Hindi: हक़ीक़त राय बाख्मल पुरी) was an 18th-century Hindu martyr from Sialkot, who was executed in Lahore (Mughal India) for insulting Muhammad.

Biography. Haqiqat Rai was born into a Hindu family, in Sialkot, Punjab Born: Sialkot.the Poor in Twentieth Century Britain. System 3b2 ce. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library The politics of the urban poor in early twentieth-century India.

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