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Portal

Portal: The Curious Account of Achintya Bose, conceptualized, compiled and reproduced by Shan Bhattacharya, ...

Women and Work in Rural India

INR 995.00

Empirical study of women’s work and of women in the diverse labour processes that exist in rural India is meagre. This book seeks to extend our understanding of the nature of women’s work in di [...]

Musicophilia in Mumbai

Tejaswini Niranjana

INR 695.00

This book tracks the place of Hindustani or north Indian music in Mumbai in the long twentieth century, as the city moves from being a seat of British colonial government built on the profits of th [...]

Rethinking the Social Sciences with Sam Moyo

INR 995.00

This book brings together renowned scholars from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas to celebrate the lifelong and seminal contribution of Professor Sam Moyo to the social sciences. Sam Moyo was [...]

K.B. Goel

Geeta Kapur

INR 1,450.00

The history and trajectory of Indian modern art, a little over a century old by broad consensus, has begun to receive close scholarly attention only in the last two or so decades. And within it, it [...]

The National Movement

Irfan Habib

INR 350.00

This volume (People’s History of India, No. 31) takes up the story of the Indian National Movement from 1919, when the first nationalist struggle took place on an all-India scale – the [...]

Displacement and Citizenship

INR 900.00

Displacement and Citizenship: Histories and Memories of Exclusion intends to capture the crises of forced migration, internal displacement due to conflict situations and development-induce [...]

Socio-Economic Surveys of Three Villages in Tripura

INR 600.00

The fourth in the Socio-Economic Survey series of the Foundation for Agrarian Studies (FAS), this book is a field report on agrarian relations in rural Tripura. It is based on a detailed household [...]

The Dancing Poet

Rimli Bhattacharya

INR 995.00

Drawing on a range of visual archives and personal collections, the book casts Rabindranath Tagore as the ‘Dancing Poet’ – in whom the contours of a pan-Indian diversity seek to merge, albeit [...]