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Title: The economic roots of the national awakening in Jammu and Kashmir 1846 to 1947
Researcher: Shiekh, Ab Rashid
Guide(s): Moini, S
Liyaqat, H
Keywords: Philosophy
Upload Date: 20-Aug-2014
University: Aligarh Muslim University
Completed Date: n.d.
Abstract: The study The Economic Roots of the National Awakening in Jammu and Kashmir 1846 1947 aims to trace the growth of national consciousness among the people of Jammu and Kashmir in the backdrop of their economic deprivation Ever since March 1846 when the British sold it for seventy five lakh of rupees to the Dogra maharaja Gulab Singh the predominantly Muslim Kashmir together with the principality of Jammu and the frontier districts including Buddhist and Ladakh experienced unmitigated autocratic rule A succession of maharajas fostering ties with a small group of Hindu Pandits in the Kashmir valley and a more extensive network of Dogra kinsmen in Jammu willfully trampled on the rights of their subjects but rarely succeeded in pushing an insensitive state administration to adopt even the most nominal of reforms Practically no form of economic activity not even prostitution escaped taxation Muslims were debarred from expressing their opinions freely virtually excluded from the army and poorly represented in the government services The state claimed exclusive ownership of the land newline
Pagination: 228p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/23085
Appears in Departments:Department of Philosophy

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