A fascinating 2003 study of the precolonial kingdom of Kota through its historical documents.
Table of Contents
1. The King is dead, long live the King!: or Karmic Kin(g)ship in Kota; 2. In whose turban does the Lord reside?: Kings, Saints, and merchants in Western India; 3. Military fiscalism and the cultural economy of devotion in eighteenth century Rajasthan; 4. From 'Royal Service' to 'maternal devotion' during the Jhala Regency: local politics at the end of the Old Regime; 5. An incidental history of a supplementary article: Hindu Kin(g)ship and early Colonial rule.
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