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Description This is a detailed account of the central provinces of India as these existed during the 19th Century British Colonial rule in India. The account written by a serving British military general Incharge of this region describes the topography, climate, prominent Indian princely rulers of different provinces, the state of law and order and their governance. It is informative and gives a glimpse into the feudal system of governance and their ultimate subjection by the Britishers colonial rule.[edit]
Keywords Maratha Invasion, Malwa, Puass of Dhar and Dewas, Sindia, Holkar, Amar Khan, Nawabs of Bhopal, Pindasies, Rajput Princes, State of Central India, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001136
Author John Malcolm, Sir
Year 1823
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Unknown
Custodian Institute Of Sikh Studies
Length 21.0
Breadth 12.7
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         604
 
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