Socio-religious Reform Movements in British India will appeal to students and scholars in a wide variety of social scientific disciplines.
Table of ContentsList of maps; Preface; Note on transliteration; 1. Concepts and context; 2. Bengal and northeastern India; 3. The Gangetic core: Uttar Pradesh and Bihar; 4. Punjab and the northwest; 5. The central belt and Maharashtra; 6. The Dravidian South; 7. The twentieth century: socio-religious movements in a politicised world; 8. Conclusion: religion in history; Glossary of Indian terms; Bibliographic essay; Index.
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