DOI:​10.1017/9781108623391
Corpus ID: 216440121
Negotiating Mughal Law
N. ChatterjeePublished 2020Political Science
Based on a completely reconstructed archive of Persian, Hindi and Marathi documents, Nandini Chatterjee provides a unique micro-history of a family of landlords in Malwa, central India, who… Expand
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