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Moral languages from colonial Punjab

Bob van der Linden

Moral languages from colonial Punjab

the Singh Sabha, Arya samaj and Ahmadiyahs

by Bob van der Linden

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Published by Manohar in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Siṅgha Sabhā -- History,
  • Arya-Samaj -- India -- Punjab -- History,
  • Ahmadiyya -- India -- Punjab -- History,
  • Punjab (India) -- Religion

  • About the Edition

    Socio-intellectual history of the Siṅgha Sabhā, Arya Samaj, and Ahmadiyya, voluntary reform movements.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [245]-259) and index.

    StatementBob van der Linden.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2016.A-ZP+
    The Physical Object
    Pagination267 p. ;
    Number of Pages267
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22666977M
    ISBN 108173047596
    LC Control Number2008335505
    OCLC/WorldCa268957511

    Book Description: This rich cultural history set in Punjab examines a little-studied body of popular literature to illustrate both the durability of a vernacular literary tradition and the limits of colonial dominance in British India. Ahmadiyah moral languages from colonial Punjab. General rights It is not permitted to download or to forward/distribute the text or part of it without the consent of the author(s) and/or copyright holder(s), other than for strictly personal, individual use, unless the work is .

    About the Book. Two centuries of British rule crystallized in the minds of English educated Indians a peculiar mindset that tended to undervalue their native ethos and moorings, a.   This rich cultural history set in Punjab examines a little-studied body of popular literature to illustrate both the durability of a vernacular literary tradition and the limits of colonial dominance in British India. Farina Mir asks how qisse, a vibrant genre of epics and romances, flourished in colonial Punjab despite British efforts to marginalize the Punjabi language.

    "Zindagi is an award winning book from British India that shares moral and ethical lessons in life and the punishments and rewards in ones afterlife in a humorous and entertaining way. Zindagi was written in 's British India and by a leader and thinker of the Free India movement in The Punjab, while in Jail for non-violently protesting. Linguistic imperialism or language imperialism is occasionally defined as "the transfer of a dominant language to other people". This language "transfer" comes about because of transfer is considered to be a demonstration of power; traditionally military power but also, in the modern world, economic s of the dominant culture are usually transferred along with the.


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About the Book After its annexation inthe Punjab became the most important strategic and agricultural province of British India. Within a few decades, much changed in the region, including the intellectual horizons of the Punjabi elite.

This monograph tells the comparative socio-intellectual history of the Singh Sabha (Sikh), Arya Samaj (Hindu) and Ahmadiyah (Muslim) voluntary reform. Moral Languages from Colonial Punjab: The Singh Sabha, Arya Samaj and Ahmadiyahs [van der Linden, Bob] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Moral languages from colonial Punjab: the Singh Sabha, Arya samaj and Ahmadiyahs in SearchWorks catalog. The preponderance of the Urdu language in late nineteenth-century Punjab's newspaper and book trades is an anomaly given Moral languages from colonial Punjab book Urdu was not widely spoken in the province.

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The Indian state of Punjab is 60% Sikh and 37% Hindu. There is a small Muslim population still living there, especially in Malerkotla. The literacy rate in Punjab is 75%, with male literacy at % and female literacy at %.

Since Punjab is an agricultural state, a large part of. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The History of the Punjab refers to the history of the Punjab region, a geopolitical, cultural, and historical region in South Asia, comprising areas of eastern Pakistan and northern India.

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RECENT events like the toppling of colonial statues in America and Europe, the reverting of Hagia Sophia museum to a mosque in Turkey, and the destruction of a Buddha statue in Pakistan, have. She skillfully unravels the many versions of the famous folk-tale about Hir and Ranjha to illuminate gender, class and community relations in Punjab.

This book will compel historians to rethink the links between language, religion and power and to reconsider the contingencies of union and partition in late colonial IndiaSugata Bose, author.

She skillfully unravels the many versions of the famous folk-tale about Hir and Ranjha to illuminate gender, class and community relations in Punjab. This book will compel historians to rethink the links between language, religion and power and to reconsider the contingencies of union and partition in late colonial India."―Sugata Bose, author Reviews: 1.

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By Bob van der Linden. Delhi: Manohar. pp. $ (cloth). | Moral Languages from Colonial.With the help of the colonial government, Rai moved to Punjab and established a printing press in Lahore immediately after the British annexation of Punjab in Dayal Singh Majithia was the.