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Although the original Cambridge History of India, published between 1922 and 1937, did much to formulate a chronology for Indian history and describe the administrative structures of government in India, it has inevitably been overtaken by the mass of new research published over the last sixty years. Designed to take full account of recent scholarship and changing conceptions of South India's historical development, The New Cambridge History of India is published as a series of short, self-contained volumes, each dealing with a separate theme within an overall four-part structure.

  • General Editors: Gordon Johnson, Wolfson College, Cambridge
  • Associate Editors: C. A. Bayly, University of Cambridge, John F. Richards, Duke University, North Carolina
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