The Hollow Crown
Ethnohistory of an Indian Kingdom
A groundbreaking work that challenged conventional wisdom and set the standard for the study of Indian society
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"Now and then a work of scholarship appears which forces one to take a hard look at the way things are perceived in our discipline. Such a book might break new ground, taking us into hitherto uncharted regions of Indian society; or it might, with penetrating insights, reopen stale debates about the 'big' issues of structure and process; or it might, yet again, challenge existing modes of inquiry. Rarely, however, does one come across a book which does all three. Nicholas Dirks' The Hollow Crown belongs in that exceptional category."
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