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Second Edition. It is a comprehensive audit of India s combat performance in the ancient, medieval, modern and post-modern periods of Indian history. The focus of this work however, is on India s Post-independence Military History. Each of these RMAs helped to unify India under a great Empire and transformed it from a civilisational entity to a strong empire state. This politically unified the whole of India and Afghanistan for the first time.

The Mughal horsed cavalry and artillery helped spawn the mighty Mughal Empire. The Third RMA came with the British who raised local Infantry Battalions on the European Pattern and drilled them to shoot in disciplined rhythms, to defeat all cavalry charges. The present Republic is a successor entity of the British Empire.

The surprise finding is that in the War India unconsciously returned to this Kautilyan paradigm of using information dominance, covert war and Shock- Action military campaigns to defeat its adversaries. In the post-independence phase he traces the evolution of India s war-fighting from the tactical phase of when India s capacity was confined to use of Divisions alone. The apogee came in when India fought a brilliant, Quasi-Total, Tri-Service Campaign that broke Pakistan into two, put 93, prisoners of war in the bag and for the first time after the Second World War, created a new nation state with the Force of Arms.

He traces the impact of nuclearisation on South Asia and prognosticates about the Future. For this, economic power must be rapidly converted into usable military power. India must field dominant war fighting capabilities in South Asia. Printed Pages: Seller Inventory More information about this seller Contact this seller 2. Published by KW Publishers Pvt. Seller Inventory KW More information about this seller Contact this seller 3.

More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Published by D. Printworld P Ltd. About this Item: D. Ancient Indians were a highly organized polity, with a well-established worldview of the Rajya the State. Surprisingly, the Arthashastra itself, claims its author, is a compendium of the writings of as many as eighteen ancient teachers, like Manu, Brihaspati, Ushana, Bharadvaja, Vishalaksha, Prachetas, and Pishuna.

With bit-by-bit analysis of an astonishing mass of original, indigenous sources: Vedic, puranic, epical, Buddhist, Jaina, and even non-Indian, Professor G. Singh tries to crystallize the political thought processes accompanying the evolution of state through the bygone centuries. Bringing fresh insights into the Saptanga Theory, his study dwells, at length, on all its seven time-honoured components and their variegated roles in lending support to the state.

Also underscored here is the relevance of ancient Indian view to modern theories of politics and diplomacy. Book Contents Preface Abbreviations 1. The State Rajya 2. The King Svamin 3. The Ministers Amatyas 4. The Treasury Kosha 7. Seller Inventory BV. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Published by KW Publishers About this Item: KW Publishers, More information about this seller Contact this seller 6.

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Or burgundy cloth in jacket. Slight edge wear to jacket. Thoroughly documented work drawing on a vast array of classic writings to present the development of political though in ancient India. Size: 8vo. Published by Routledge About this Item: Routledge, Condition: Good. First edition. In India, historical writing was a tradition that evolved in different ways in the ancient, medieval and modern periods of history.

Several traditions of historiography evolved during the centuries. This volume is an attempt to present a systematic and comprehensive history of historical writing in ancient and medieval India based on many original sources and works written in the modern times.

A well-researched, painstaking study, the book broadly discusses the beginnings of historical tradition, Buddhist and Jain traditions of historiography, and writing of historical biography, chronicles, vamsavali and other historical works, as well as the tradition of historical writing in South India. One of its main concerns is to bring out the contributions of people of different religions to the evolution of the tradition of historiography.

It sheds light on the historical and semi-historical works of ancient and medieval historians of Indians to dispel the argument that ancient Indians had no tradition of historiography. It shows that ancient Indians had indeed a clear conception and perception of history, taking history as the soul of the nation. It states that conscious of the fact that the culture and civilisation of a country got reflected through its history, they took pains to preserve the historical records of the past.

The book will prove extremely useful to fill the vacuum existing in our knowledge about historians and historiography in ancient and medieval India. Published by Centrum Press About this Item: Centrum Press, Published by Garland Publishing, Inc. About this Item: Garland Publishing, Inc. Condition: As New. Contents Prologue. The key lessons of Indian military history.

Evolution of an Indian strategic culture 1. The rise of Asia a civilisational overview. An RMA based approach to Indian military history. The British period the infantry based RMA. Post independence operations consolidation of an Indian strategic culture Introductory note to part II. Strategic challenge War with China Limited War Indo Pak conflict Graduation to the level of operational art.

Quasi total War War for the liberation of Bangladesh the consolidation of an Indian War fighting paradigm. Ugly instability sub conventional conflict under conditions of nuclear symmetry. Limited Wars under conditions of nuclear symmetry. The post operation Parakram scenario doctrinal ferment.

Insights patterns of South Asian military history and the threat from China. Lessons learnt and key issues.

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