History

Summary: The author explores the rich world of everyday talk—in families, with children, between friends, at the work place—and shows the significance of this domain of social activity for an understanding of culture.
Published Year - 2004
235 pages - Preview

Language - English
Author: Nandita Chaudhary
Summary: Summary The Revolt of 1857 is being increasingly recognized
as one of the major events of the nineteenth century,
a turning point in the history of imperialism.


Language - English
Author: Shireen Moosvi
Summary: SAGE Publications, 2003 -
309 pages
Language - English
This book examines the many facets
of communalism and its growing
threat to Indian society.
Author: Ram Puniyani
Summary: A Critique of the Hindu Right Tracts for the Times

Pradip Datta, Sumit Sarkar, Tanika Sarkar, Sambuddha Sen

Author: Tapan Basu
Summary: National biography
A comprehensive biography of the one of the tallest leaders of modern India, translated into English by Asha Damle.
Translated by Asha Damle
Publisher National Book Trust, India, 2002
 
Author: Vasant Moon
Summary: A Report on the Aftermath
Peoples Union for Democratic
Rights Delhi
November 1992
Author: Peoples Union for Democratic Rights Delhi
Summary: Constructing Reality From Everyday Talk

Listening to Culture explores the rich world of everyday talk―in families, with children, between friends, at the work place―and shows the significance of this social activity in the understanding of culture.

Author: Nandita Chaudhary
Summary: A Matter of National Honour - Volume 2

Author: A. G. Noorani