4 edition of Calcutta through British eyes, 1690-1990 found in the catalog.
Calcutta through British eyes, 1690-1990
Collection of articles.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -168).
|Statement||chosen and edited by Laura Sykes.|
|LC Classifications||DS486.C2 C186 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||92908081|
Kolkata (/ k ɒ l ˈ k ɑː t ə / or / k ɒ l ˈ k ʌ t ə /, Bengali: [ˈkolˌkata] (), also known as Calcutta / k æ l ˈ k ʌ t ə /, the official name until ) is the capital of the Indian state of West ing to the Indian census, it is the seventh most populous city in India; the city had a population of million, while the suburb population brought the total to 14 Country: India. In the days of the Raj, a newly arrived Scotland Yard detective is confronted with the murder of a British official—in his mouth a note warning the British to leave India, or elseCalcutta, Captain Sam Wyndham, former Scotland Yard detective, is a new arrival to Brand: Pegasus Books.
Ambivalent Heritage: Between Affect and Ideology in a Colonial Cemetery Show all authors. Calcutta Through Years: Changing Visions, Lasting Images. Bombay: Marg Publications. Google Scholar. Pearson, R. ( Calcutta Through British Eyes, New York: Oxford University Press. Google Scholar. Tarlow, Sarah () Bereavement Cited by: The thought of shifting to South Calcutta, for instance, left him cold. “We would have to start over, find a new tea shop, a new sweet shop, new neighbors, a new para [conversation place] in.
The Epic City hits home and hits hard. It takes you into the heart of Calcutta, its core flaws and outstanding beauty. Calcutta/Kolkata is a busy city, with people running around as they attend to their daily schedule/5(61). The god-in-a-bottle, one of the most startling types of folk art in this show, blows all that away and shows, through the eyes of the common folk, how strange and magical the British .
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Calcutta: Through British Eyes Paperback – April 1, by Laura Sykes (Editor)Author: Laura Sykes. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Calcutta through British eyes, Madras ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Calcutta Through Years(Bombay, ). 63Kundu, Anil Kumarand Nag, Prithvish(eds), Atlas of the City of Calcutta and its Environs(Calcutta, ).
64Bannerjee, Sumanta, The Parlour and the Streets. Elite and Popular Culture in Nineteenth Century Calcutta(Calcutta, ).Cited by: 1690-1990 book. For those not old enough to remember, ‘That Was the Week That Was’ was a satirical television programme of the s, starring David Frost, Millicent Martin, Bernard Levin and Willie Rushton who used their considerable talent and insight to comprehensively demolish the pretensions of the ‘establishment’ as part of the satire boom which also produced the still surviving magazine ‘Private Eye’.
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Calcutta by Raghu Rai(Timeless; Rs 5,) Published inCalcutta was a revelation, seen through the eyes of a man who loved and felt concern for this city in equal amounts, and wore his heart on his sleeve as he set out to capture every nook and corner.
One can 1690-1990 book the sound of the tram that a man is scrambling to climb on, smell the incense as devotees stretch their hands out in front of the goddess, Author: Shrestha Saha. Kolkata, formerly known as Calcutta in English, is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal and is located in eastern India on the east bank of the River city was a colonial city developed by the British East India Company and then by the British Empire.
Kolkata was the capital of the British Indian empire until when the capital was relocated to Delhi. Calcutta Through British Eyes Oxford University Press The best perspectives on a city are often those of outsiders: these vignettes have been chosen for the positive light in which they portray CalcuttaTitle: Writer and Editor.
Convenor, Lay. Stocqueler, J.H. ‘Social Life in Calcutta during the first half of the Nineteenth Century’, in Nair, D. Thankappan (ed.), British Social Life in Ancient Calcutta (–), Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar, Calcutta. Current bibliography of urban history - Volume 20 Issue 2 - Nigel GooseCited by: 2.
Sykes, L. () Calcutta through British eyes, Madras: Oxford University Press. Madras: Oxford University Press. Talbot, I. (a) Divided cities: Partition and its aftermath in Lahore and Amritsar, But his answer to the government was a sharp, slim book called I Spy with My Little Eye, an attack on the British policing system.
In it the peripatetic narrator takes us through Calcutta's lanes, bars and interrogation rooms, even as the city swings fantastically between fact and fiction, to show how ridiculous the policing system is.
The Wyndham & Banerjee books, set in Raj-era Calcutta of the s, feature English cop Captain Sam Wyndham, and his Indian sidekick, Sergeant Surendranath Banerjee. Or Surrender-not, as his Author: Samhita Chakraborty.
Calcutta’s lasting conflicts come alive in this book. Photo: Keystone/Getty Images. Book Review | Calcutta: Two Years in the City 3 min read. Updated: 15 FebPM IST Somak Ghoshal.
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Mukhopadhyay’s book is limited in scope. It tries to see the Naxalite movement through the eyes of the Calcutta Police by presenting a selection of notices in the Calcutta Police Gazette between and Since the notices were meant for the police force, they offer a fairly credible account of how the police too had felt insecure in the.
Get this from a library. Redcoats and rebels: the American Revolution through British eyes. [Christopher Hibbert] -- A full-scale popular history of the American War of Independence. Calcutta was the centre of the empire in India and home to a large multicultural population.
It was here that most of the British landing in India got their first glimpse of this land. It was from here that they ruled India till Calcutta was grand, opulent and regal, the showpiece of the grandeur of the : Anshika Jain.
James Long (–) was an Anglo-Irish priest of the Anglican Church.A humanist, educator, evangelist, translator, essayist, philanthropist and a missionary to India, he resided in the city of Calcutta, India, from to as a member of the Church Missionary Society, leading the mission at Thakurpukur.
Long was closely associated with the Calcutta School-Book Society, the Bethune. Published inRaater Kolkata is an account of a young man’s nocturnal adventures in Calcutta, now Kolkata, a city in the eastern part of India, also the first capital city of British India Author: Soni Wadhwa.
Forthcoming. "Canton to Calcutta: Tea and Chinoiserie in a Colonial Garden." In De/siring India: Representations through British and French Eyes (), ed. Niranjan Goswami. Kolkata: Jadavpur University Press, "Love on Wheels: The Toy Train and the Tea Plantation in Pradeep Sarkar's Parineeta ().".
India through the eyes of foreign novelists Times Travel Times of India | TRAVEL TRENDS, INDIA May 6,IST India has been a. However, the author points out that historical evidence “strongly suggests that coercive tactics by the British officials led to a gunfight, which then took on the form of a full-scale massacre”.
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