2 edition of Punjab a hundred years ago as described by V. Jacquemont (1831) & A. Soltykoff (1842) found in the catalog.
Punjab a hundred years ago as described by V. Jacquemont (1831) & A. Soltykoff (1842)
H. L. O. Garrett
|Statement||translated and edited by H. L. O. Garrett.|
|Series||Punjab Govt. Record Office. Publications. Monograph ; no. 18|
|Contributions||Jacquemont, Victor, 1801-1832., Soltykoff, Alexis, prince, 1806-1859.|
|LC Classifications||DS485.P2 G3313 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 131 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||75306343|
Baldev Raj Nayar in his book Minority Politics in Punjab observes that there is a proliferation of caste groups in Punjab, but caste as a social phenomenon is not as strong in Punjab (except in the Haryana area) as it is in some other parts of India. In support of his argument he quotes a governmental report from the s which reads. The project of producing a comprehensive history of Punjab in several volumes has covered yet another milestone with the publication of this volume spanning the earliest period in Punjab’s historical development. A cursory look at its table of contents should be enough to convince the reader of the great importance of the period covered herein.
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Get this from a library. The Punjab a hundred years ago as described by V. Jacquemont () & A. Soltykoff (). [H L O Garrett; Victor Jacquemont; Alexis Soltykoff, prince]. PUNJAB, A HUNDRED YEARS AGO, THE, translated and edited by H.L.O.
Garrett, and first published in by the Punjab Government Record Office, Lahore, is a compendium of two first part comprises the portion of Victor Jacquemont`s Journal which deals with his travels through the Punjab and Kashmir.
The Punjab a Hundred Years Ago: As Described by V. Jacquemont () & A. Soltykoff (), Nirmal Publishers, Delhi, 36 Honigberger, John Martin, Thirty-five Years in the East and Historical Sketches Relating to the Punjab and Cashmere, Vol. The Punjab- hundred years ago as described by V.
Jacquemont and Soltykoff. Patiala, Language Department, Punjab, (Panjab Government record office monograph no. 18) # Ghai, Prem Vati The partition of the Punjab This is suggested by passages from his journals, describing his wide travels in India and the Punjab in particular, gathered in H.
Garrett's The Punjab One Hundred Years Ago, as described by V. Jacquemont and A. Soltykoff (). As Garrett observes in his 'Prefatory Note', Soltykoff had his 'sketch book ever in readiness'. This translation was published subsequently in a small booklet for limited circulation by the Punjab Record Office in under the title The Punjab a Hundred Years Ago as described by V Author: Adila Matra.
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Jacquement () and A. Soltykoff (). Lahore: Punjab Government Record Office Publications, Goodwin, John. See Maclagan, “The Earliest English Visitors.” Goulding, H.
Old Lahore: Reminiscences of a Resident; with which is Reproduced a. 18Jacquemont, The Punjab a hundred year ago, p 19Jacquemont, The Punjab a hundred year ago, p 20 Baron Charles Hugel (), who traveled through the Punjab and Kashmir inwas a very keen and shrewd observer and has described what he saw socially of men, manners and all other matters, with great charm.
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By the late 14th century, the Parlement was. History of Punjab book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. History of Punjab ()/5(31). Two hundred years have passed and the Fort still stands, firm and imposing: gates and parapets and bastions, and all.
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A press release by the Embassy of the United States in New Delhi indicated that the. The problems with Rajmohan Gandhi's book on Punjab are, firstly, that he is a non-Punjabi in a hurry to finish the book choosing half-a-dozen books for each chapter and quoting extensively from them--basically a cut-and-paste technique; and secondly, that he has missed reading some significant books particularly on the subject of Partition which aren't even listed in the Cited by: 4.
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Maharaja Ranjit Singh () then established a short-lived Sikh empire. Sikh political power collapsed on 29 Marchwhen the British conquered Punjab after two Anglo-Sikh wars.
Full text of "The Punjab Past and Present - Volume 43 Part 1" See other formats. Ibid., 17 V. Jacquemont, the French scientist for example, visited Ranjit Singh in and described the extent of questions he was berated with: “Ranjit questioned me about my travels, asked me when I had last left France and what countries I had since seen, and examined me about their climate, riches, products, power, etc.”34 Based Author: Sharanjit Kaur Sandhra.
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