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eBook Kin, Clan, Raja and Rule: State-hinterland Relations in Preindustrial India ePub

by Richard G. Fox

  • ISBN: 0520018079
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Richard G. Fox
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of California Press; First Edition edition (August 19, 1971)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1261 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Home Browse Books Book details, Kin, Clan, Raja, and Rule: Statehinterland. By Richard G. Fox. No cover image. The investigation of the relationship between state and hinterland, between region and locality in the Indian past will I hope contribute to a comparative political anthropology and to a deeper comprehension of the nature of the state. This study also seeks to define more adequately the special qualities of Indian civilization, at least as they are reflected in the unique, culturally defined state-hinterland relations found within traditional northern India.

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1 Mr Fox makes a terminological distinction between ‘lineage’, which he sees as a genuine genealogical category, and ‘clan’ which is composed of separate lineages which claim a sometimes fictive relationship with each other. 2 For implications of the difficulty of reconstructing historical fact from Rajput genealogical histories see Shah, A. M. and Shroff, R. ‘ The Vahivanca Barots of Gujarat: A Caste of Genealogists and Mythographers’, in Singer, M. (e., Traditional India: Structure and Change (Philadelphia, 1959), pp. 30–70.

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Richard Gabriel Fox. University of California Press, 1971 - India - 187 pages. 14. The developmental cycle. 58. Kinship and the state 120. 129. Community and state.

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Fox, Richard G. (1971). University of California Press. php?title Gaur Rajput&oldid 912150411". Categories: Rajput clans.

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