By David E. Ludden
This learn of the Tirunelveli area of Tamil Nadu demanding situations the traditional view that subsistence, isolation, and immobility characterised village India earlier than smooth instances. analyzing the agrarian heritage of Tirunelveli in the course of the millennium prior to 1900, David Ludden exhibits that peasant groups not just remodeled rural society yet formed states and empires, together with British India.
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Peasant History in South India by David E. Ludden