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Kesavan Veluthat. The Early Medieval in South India. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. $ (cloth), ISBN Reviewed by. History and Theory: The Study of State, Institutions and the Making of History. 19 October by Bhairabi Prasad Sahu and Kesavan Veluthat. The early medieval in South India by Kesavan Veluthat(Book) 12 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member .
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Brahman Settlements in Kerala: The Status of the Monarch: Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 43, Velluthat Temple in Medieval South India; Valentini Manfredi Book 1 edition published in in Malayalam and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
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Landed Magnates as State Agents: Historical Studies K Veluthat [Calicut]: Stated briefly, our argument in the present paper will be that the symbols of the Agamaic Hindu religion, which was propagated through the temples and the aggressive bhakti movement, were used for legitimising the particular socio-political formation which was taking shape in Trade, markets and urbanism: It shows that the same texts shows the other, brighter side of Kaliyuga and argues that even this is in an attempt to promote the ideology of the upper sections of society, where bhakti or devotion to a personalised god was found most successful.
Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 38, Into the’Medieval’and out of It; New articles related to this author’s research.
History and historiography in constituting a region: New citations to this author. Making the Best of a Bad Bargain 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide This article rejoins the issues raised in Professor R. Narayanan Book 4 editions published in in English and held by 39 WorldCat member libraries worldwide M.
Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 60, Remember me on this computer. Latino-hystorico-mythologico-samscredonico, Malabaricum by P. Clio and her descendants: Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 51, Brahman settlements in Kerala: Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 58, The system can’t perform the operation now. Their combined citations are counted only for the first article.
Presenting an alternative history of the deep south, Kesavan Veluthat re-examines the problems and patterns in the history of Tamilakam in general and early medieval Kerala and Karnataka in particular.
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But political events, commercial networks and tribal or caste dominance can also play their part. Religious Symbols in Political Legitimation: Labour Rent and Produce Rent: Articles 1—20 Show more.
Most widely held works by Kesavan Veluthat. Religious Symbols in Political Legitimation: My profile My library Metrics Alerts. The political structure of early medieval Velutbat India more.
Conversely, it examines how urban life and commerce appeared to the authors of these texts. English 47 Malayalam 5.
Click here to sign up. Society and velutyat in post-Mauryan India c. Sridharan Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Contributed articles on history of India.
Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 39, History, actual or imagined, may be invoked to create regional consciousness. Veluthat, Kesavan Overview. Proceedings of Indian History Congress.
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This article examines how owing to complex factors Kerala came to be identified as a definite region by the sixteenth century, so identified not only by its mainstream tradition but also by people external to it.
Proceeding of the Indian History Congress, Hyderabad …. Sharma’s landmark paper on references to Kaliyuga as indicating a major social crisis and shows that all was not as dark as has been represented in his writings. The Sabh a and Paris. Ancient India and Epigraphy, ]. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 49, Correlation of Epigraphic and Dharma s astraic Evidences more.